Multi-awarded Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) has expanded its graduate program, L.E.A.D. (Leader Executive Accelerated Development) by introducing Tech LEAD – a program focused on developing technical talent to become leaders of tomorrow. The Bank’s initial LEAD Program, established in 2009, is a fast-track and accelerated curriculum designed to
UnionBank of the Philippines announced today that it has entered into a Share and Business Transfer Agreement with various subsidiaries of Citigroup Inc. (Citi) to acquire Citi’s consumer banking business in the Philippines. The transaction includes Citi’s credit card, personal loans, wealth management, and retail deposit businesses. The acquisition also
Did you know that Unionbank is the only publicly listed Philippine bank to be granted a license to operate a digital-native bank? This is one of the most notable achievements Union Bank of the Philippines shared to us during it’s year-ender E-TalkTales series, a virtual media event held by UnionBank
As a response to the changing times brought about by the pandemic, UnionBank GlobalLinker was created by Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) to become the first mass retail banking hub aimed at supporting micro, small and medium enterprises in the Philippines . This is also part of their goal
Data Science and AI (DSAI) enables capabilities in understanding customers’ needs through their various engagements with the bank and providers and the ability to go beyond a templatized approach to ascertain relevance, suitability, and affordability. This makes UnionBank, Philippine banking’s best in the data science and AI field.
Digital transactions are here to stay and fintech like PayMaya is making it easier to go cashless. The country’s leading digital financial services platform is the only fintech in the Philippines that runs a consumer e-wallet app, an enterprise payment processing business, and a remittance agent network with Smart Padala.
HUAWEI has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Department of Tourism (DOT) today to promote the Philippines’ tourist destinations, arts, and culture to its more than 600 million users around the world. Attendees present at the signing ceremony were Department of Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat, DOT Assistant Secretary