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Security Bank is RP’s best FX bank
by Press release

Advancing to the top from third place in 2019, top financial magazine Asiamoney has named Security Bank as the leading foreign exchange (FX) trading provider in the Philippines, beating some of the largest local and international banks in the country in terms of rank. 

The citation came from the release of the financial magazine’s highly anticipated 42nd Annual Foreign Exchange Survey, the most comprehensive quantitative and qualitative annual study available on the FX markets.

Over 1,500 clients voted on which banks offer the best foreign exchange trading services in Asia Pacific.

Security Bank’s Foreign Exchange Service, which is housed under the bank’s Treasury Group, offers various foreign exchange and hedging services such as FX spot, forwards, and options. 

These services have long catered to the needs of various clients, ranging from top conglomerates, local corporates to business and retail clients.

Jim Yap, senior vice president and head for treasury sales, attributes the success of Security Bank’s FX service to the strong connection it has built with its clients.

 
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Ex-OFWs from Abra receive livelihood aid

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BSU certified as potato seed producer, a first in N Luzon

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Sangguniang Panlalawigan ng Benguet

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Benguet Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Congressman Eric Yap
Congressman Mark Go
Department of Labor and Employment – CAR
Department of Trade and Industry – CAR
Mayor Romeo K. Salda
National Grid Corporation of the Philippines
Pines City Colleges

Amare La Cucina
Assumption Medical Diagnostic Center, Inc.
Baguio Center Mall
Baguio Water District
Bruno’s Restaurant
Bureau of Fisheries and Acquatic Resources – CAR
C & Triple A Supermart
Department of Agriculture – CAR
Department of Transportation
Gov. Melchor D. Diclas, MD
John Hay Management Corporation
Mayor Benjamin B. Magalong
MV Alabanza
Rianella Printing Press
Veterans Bank
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