| Rural Bank of Makati
Bank of Makati (A Rural Bank)
Thomas C. Ongtengco, Chairman
Maria Rodora E. Bañares, President
Malalapitan, Maaasahang Kaibigan (lit. Approachable, Reliable Friend)
Bank of Makati, (A Savings Bank) Inc. or BMI is a thrift bank established in 1956. It was originally founded as a rural bank prior to its approval by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas to operate as a thrift bank on 28 April 2015, it officially became a savings bank.
Bank of Makati Wikipedia
The Bank of Makati was established in September 22, 1956 as the "Rural Bank of Makati, Inc." along J.P. Rizal in the then town of Makati, Rizal. In October 2001, the banking company underwent a change in ownership as well as some reforms. In November 2005, the name of the company was officially changed to "Bank of Makati (A Rural Bank), Inc.".
In 2006, the banking company was included in the list of Top 1000 Corporations in the Philippines. According to the Business World Corporate Profile 2008, the Bank of Makati is the biggest rural bank in the country with total assets worth ₱5.2 billion and a net worth of more than ₱800 million exceeding the worth of some savings banks.
The Bank of Company underwent a re-branding in 2009 and adopted a new logo and slogan. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas granted the Bank of Makati a Certificate of Authority to operate as a thrift bank on April 28, 2015. With the granting of the certificate, the banking company officially changed its name to "Bank of Makati (A Savings Bank), Inc.".