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CARDS & PAYMENTS | Cesar Tordesillas, Philippines
Published: 22 Nov 12
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Maybank Philippines launches credit card

2.2 million and growing cardholder base.

Filipino Maybank cardholders are now part of this following the launching of the Maybank Credit Card product.

MPI rolled out its quality merchant network months ahead of the credit card issuing business. The acquiring business network continues to increase locally, to bring cardholders added value through merchant benefits.

They will enjoy Maybank’s award-winning ASEAN Treats loyalty programme and enjoy the convenience of Maybank’s regional banking network in the months to come.

“The launch marks a part of a journey of 15 years for Maybank Philippines. MPI has grown and evolved into a stronger, and more dynamic bank,” PCEO Herminio Famatigan said.

“By the end of the year, we would have integrated all our business and support units to the Maybank Corporate Center at Bonifacio Global City,” he added.

The credit cards are available in Classic, Gold and Platinum, MasterCard and VISA variants which aim to provide financial flexibility to customers.

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