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Philippines' BPI rolls out premier credit card

Cardholders can buy foreign currencies from the bank even without a savings account.

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has rolled out BPI Visa Signature, a premier credit card that comes with a wide array of perks for its affluent market. 

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Embossed with the bank’s signature gold color, BPI Visa Signature offers lower foreign exchange conversion rates and special rates on foreign exchange currencies. Cardholders can also buy foreign currencies from the bank even if they don’t maintain a savings or a current account.

They can also use their points to book flights, hotels, and car rental through BPI’s myVoyage and receive perks and special deals from the City of Dreams, Kerry Sports Manila, and Anantara Vacation Club amongst other partner establishments. 

Visa Signature’s 24-hour concierge service also enables ticket bookings for conerts and theater shows and restaurant reservations. 

“We always try to think of a product that would address the evolving needs of our clients, that’s why we came up with BPI Visa Signature card, which provides the most comprehensive privileges,” said Jenny Lacerna, BPI head of Credit Cards. 

“With BPI Visa Signature, we found a way that would cater to all these needs, especially when they travel. We want to be there for them from the moment they book a trip until the end of their trip, providing them with the most satisfying rewards," she added. 

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