PNB Opens at NAIA 3
Philippine National Bank (PNB) opened a foreign exchange (FX) booth on July 24, 2008 at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3 following the official opening of the country’s newest airport to the public. PNB is the first bank given authority by the Manila International Airport Authority to operate at said terminal. This expansion move is an integral part of the Bank’s thrust to provide the retail market easier access to PNB’s banking services.
Opened in record time, PNB NAIA Terminal 3 Office is initially engaged in foreign exchange operations. An ATM is also available on site to provide greater banking convenience to travelers using NAIA Terminal 3. Plans are underway for the provision of full banking services within the year. With this new office, PNB is now present at NAIA Terminals 1, 2 and 3.
Gracing the opening were Director Lucio C. Tan (center) and Board Advisor Jose Ngaw (5th from left) together with PNB officers and guests led by FVP & Metro Manila Region Head Narciso Capito, Jr., SAVP & Branch Sales Head Miguel Reyes, and NAIA Branch Manager Francis Buenaflor.
This latest milestone caps the bank’s 92nd Anniversary, which it celebrated on July 22, 2008. A fully private bank since 2007, PNB is now in the process of merger with Allied Banking Corporation. This will make PNB, the surviving entity in the merger, the fourth largest domestic bank in terms of assets, deposits and loans.
In light of the devastation caused by Typhoon Yolanda, we are offering FREE REMITTANCE CHARGES for your CASH DONATIONS to the following registered charitable institutions in the Philippines:
To Our Valued Clients,
PNB Internet Banking will launch an enhanced security feature to provide added protection for your online transactions:
• You will be provided with an Online Activation Code via SMS and e-Mail when you enroll in our Internet Banking facility
• You will also receive SMS notifications whenever you do the following:
- Enroll your Third Party Accounts
- Change your profile details (password, e-Mail address, mobile nos. etc)
- Make an immediate Fund Transfer to Third Party accounts
Please make sure that your mobile number in your Internet Banking profile is updated in order to receive these notifications.
Effective October 11, 2013, the withdrawal fee of PNB Cardholders withdrawing from non-PNB ATMs will be increased from Php 11.00 to Php 15.00. Withdrawals by PNB Cardholders at PNB ATMs are still free of charge. Please be guided accordingly.
As PNB and Allied Bank continue to align their services. We are pleased to announce that PNB branches that display the interbranch transaction advisory are now capable of processing selected transactions for former Allied Bank clients. Please proceed directly to the special lanes designated for Allied Bank transactions.