Banks announce Holy Week schedule
Banks announce Holy Week schedule
Clients are encouraged to fulfill their banking transactions ahead of the long weekend

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MANILA, Philippines – Most banks will be closed starting Maundy Thursday, April 2, while some are keeping select branches open for this year’s Lenten holidays.

Banco De Oro (BDO)

All BDO branches will be open until Wednesday, April 1.

BDO’s ATMs and electronic channels will be ready to handle transactions and other banking services, respectively.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)

All branches and kiosks of BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank (BFSB) will be closed from April 2, Thursday, to April 5, Sunday.

Clients are encouraged to complete their banking transactions ahead of the holidays.

BPI and BFSB clients are also encouraged to use BPI’s electronic banking channels such as ATMs, Express Deposit machines, Internet,  mobile, and phone banking channels (89-100).

Visit the bank’s Facebook page and official Twitter account to know more.

Philippine National Bank (PNB)

Selected PNB Branches are open from April 2 to 5 to serve their clients.

PNB is open this Holy Week! Selected PNB branches are open on April 2, 3, 4, and 5.For details, visit

Posted by Philippine National Bank on Friday, 27 March 2015

For the complete list of branches, visit the bank’s website and PNB’s official Facebook page.

Philippine Veterans Bank (PVB)

PVB said while it is closed from April 2 to 5, it will ensure that its ATMs are fully stocked for the long weekend.

Security Bank

Security Bank branches will be closed Maundy Thursday to Easter Sunday, except:

  • Security Bank Ninoy Aquino International Airport branch: Open April 2 to 4
  • Sta Elena branch at 168 Shopping Mall, Binondo, Manila: Open April 5

During these days, Security Bank Online and all Security Bank ATMs are available to serve customers’ banking needs.

United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)

All UCPB branches will be closed from April 2 to 5. Banking operations will resume on April 6.

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