Published: Monday 13 November, 2017

Banks Open During ASEAN Summit Holidays Nov. 13-15: BDO, BPI, Metrobank, etc

Will banks be open during the November 13 to 15 ASEAN Summit holidays? Most banks will be open, unless the branch’s location is in the restricted ASEAN Summit security zone.

Bank schedule ASEAN Summit

Are banks open during the ASEAN Summit?

While it will be a holiday for students and office workers, most banks including BDO, BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank, Metrobank, Eastwest Bank, Land Bank, Security Bank, PSBank, PNB, and Union Bank will be open.

Posted below are the said banks’ schedule advisory for the ASEAN Summit week:

BDO: Branches located inside and outside malls will be open for regular banking hours, with the exception of the Roxas BLVD. Salas branch which will be closed on Monday, November 13. EDSA-POEA branch will be closed from Nov. 13 to 15.

BPI: Almost all BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank branches in Metro Manila, Pampanga and Bulacan will be open from November 13 to 15. But branches affected by traffic restrictions will be closed.

Metrobank: All MBTC branches will be open during regular banking hours from November 13 to 15. Only branches affected by ASEAN Summit security restrictions will be closed.

East West Bank: All East West Bank branches will be open.

Security Bank: Branches except for Aseana City, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay Macapagal Avenue, Clark-Angeles and Clark-Medical City branches will be open (business as usual) on November 13, 2017 (Monday). For November 14 and 15, check the following list.

PNB: All 230 branches in Metro Manila, Pampanga and Bulacan will be open.

Landbank: All branches will be open for regular banking hours from November 13 to 15. However, branches inside government offices will be closed.

PSBank: All branches will be open.

Union Bank: Select branches will be open for shortened operating hours from (:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

RCBC: All branches will be open except those located in the lockdown areas. The list of closed branches can be found HERE.

All banks reiterate that ATM and online transactions will not be affected by the ASEAN Summit holidays. It’s business as usual.