Announcements

  • ADVISORY FOR ATM CARDHOLDERS

    Please be advised that all non-EMV chip ATM cards will be deactivated on January 31, 2018. To avoid any inconvenience, please replace your non-EMV chip card by visiting your branch of account until January 30, 2018. For any questions, you may also contact (02) 282-8888 or email customercare@aub.com.ph.

    Thank you.


  • CLOSED BRANCHES DURING THE ASEAN SUMMIT (NOV13-15,2017)

    Please be advised that the following branches are CLOSED during the ASEAN Summit on November 13 - 15, 2017:

    SAMSON ROAD

    3rd AVE. KALOOKAN

    6780 AYALA

    AYALA II

    BANGKAL MAKATI

    CHINO ROCES

    ERMITA

    ERMITA KALAW II

    HERRERA

    JP RIZAL MAKATI

    MAKATI AVENUE

    PASEO DE ROXAS

    PASAY ROAD

    PASONG TAMO PONTE

    ROXAS BLVD VITO CRUZ

    SALCEDO VILLAGE

    SSH BUENDIA

    TORDESILLAS

    UN AVENUE EASTFIELD MACAPAGAL

    PASAY BUENDIA

    BONI AVE.

    JRU SHAW

    BGC PICADILLY

    BGC 32ND ST

    CLARKFIELD PAMPANGA

    MINDANAO AVE.

    EDSA BALINTAWAK

    SANTOL


  • IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT ON CHECK CLEARING

    GREAT NEWS! Clearing of checks are now faster! Funds from checks sent for clearing before cut-off time will be cleared and made available at 9:00 AM of the next banking day.

    REMEMBER! Checks should be issued with complete info. Checks that contain errors or erasures will automatically be returned without the need of confirmation.

    DON’T FORGET! Remember to fund your checks properly. A check should be properly funded on the day it is dated. A check with insufficient funds would be returned.

    For more info, please visit any branch and AskUrBanker!


  • AUB’s 1st-half net income rises 7%

    AUB and its subsidiaries posted a consolidated net income of P1.3 billion in the first half of the year, 7% higher than the previous year’s level of P1.2 billion, even as its core businesses of deposit taking and lending continued to grow by double digits.

    With lessening reliance on non-recurring revenues, the group saw a 13% decline in income from trading and investment securities, to P595 million versus P685 million a year ago. Loans and receivables, however, grew by 17.7% to P107 billion from P91 billion. Consumer loans (auto, mortgage, and salary loans) rose by 35% and are expected to continue being a significant profit driver for the Bank.

    On the liabilities side, AUB and subsidiaries were also able to sustain the double-digit growth in deposits to end the first half with P151 billion in total deposits, 25.5% higher than P121 billion a year ago. The group reached out to more customers through its consolidated distribution network of 239 branches. AUB remains as one of the top 20 banks in the Philippines with an asset size of P190 billion, 22% higher than June 2016.

    “We remain on track with our aspiration to become one of the top ten leading banks in the Philippines,” said AUB president Abraham T. Co.


  • AUB ATM Advisory

    Please be advised that Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) will be TEMPORARILY UNAVAILABLE due to system maintenance from 9:00PM (July 27,2017) to 1:00AM (July 28, 2017).

    AUB ATM cardholders will not be able to use their ATM cards for any transaction during this period.

    We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.