In celebration of its 20th year of serving the remittance needs of the Filipino community in the U.S., Wells Fargo is offering new ExpressSend® customers a $0 transfer fee on their first transfer when they sign up and send money from their account. . .


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PNB First Senior Vice President and Head of Global Filipino Banking Group Benjamin S. Oliva (third from left), receives a plaque of appreciation from Wells Fargo & Company. With him are (from left) Mr. Denis W. McGee, Chief Admin Officer of Wells Fargo Enterprise Global Services; Ms. Imelda B. Capistrano, Senior Vice President & Country Manager of Wells Fargo Bank – National Association Manila Representative Office; and Mr. Daniel I. Ayala, Executive Vice President & Group Head of Wells Fargo Bank – Global Remittance Services.

In celebration of its 20th year of serving the remittance needs of the Filipino community in the U.S., Wells Fargo is offering new ExpressSend® customers a $0 transfer fee on their first transfer when they sign up and send money from their account until December 31, 2014.

Wells Fargo Executives and their Philippine remittance network partners – PNB, other banks, and remittance centers – gathered last November 13, 2014 at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel to celebrate this milestone.

PNB is the most recent bank that entered into an agreement with Wells Fargo & Company last July 2014. PNB is one of the leading providers of remittance and other banking services to Global Filipinos and Wells Fargo is likewise recognized as a strong player in banking and remittance business. With Wells Fargo’s extensive network of more than 6,000 stores and 12,000 ATMs in the U.S., ExpressSend® customers can conveniently send up to $3,000 USD per day to their loved ones in the Philippines. The funds will be paid in Philippine pesos, and can be received by beneficiaries at any of PNB’s 626 branch locations, or credited to their PNB bank accounts.