MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE) – Wondering which banks will be open during Holy Week?
Several banks have issued their Holy Week advisory, saying they will only be open until April 1 (Wednesday).
However, the banks assured their ATMs and electronic channels will be ready to handle transactions and other banking services.
Bank of the Philippine Islands
All branches and kiosks of BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank will be closed from April 2, Thursday to April 5, Sunday. Regular banking operations shall resume on Monday, April 6.
All BDO branches will be open to service the banking needs of the clients and the general public until Wednesday (April 1). Regular banking operations will resume on April 6.
Philippine Savings Bank
PSBank said its 246 branches will be closed after regular banking hours on April 1, Wednesday, and will resume regular operations on April 6, Monday.
“We ensure that our ATMs will have adequate cash for the long weekend. A dedicated team will also monitor and make sure that all ATMs will remain fully functional and accessible,” said PSBank Branch Banking Group Head/FVP Francis Llanera.
UCPB branches will be closed from April 2 to 4 (Thursday to Saturday). Banking operations will resume on April 6, Monday.
Security Bank branches will be closed starting April 2, Thursday, and normal operations will resume on April 6, Monday. Exception to this schedule are Security Bank NAIA Branch which will be open from April 2 to 4 and Security Bank Sta. Elena Branch at 168 Shopping Mall, Binondo, Manila which will be open on April 5.
During these days, Security Bank Online and all Security Bank ATMs are available to serve customers’ banking needs.
Philippine Veterans Bank
Philippine Veterans Bank branches will be closed from April 2, Thursday up to April 4, Saturday. Its ATMs, however, will be fully stocked for the long weekend. Banking operations will resume on April 6, Monday.
Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
Metrobank will be operating different branches across the country on select days during the upcoming Holy Week. On Maundy Thursday (April 2, 2015) and Black Saturday (April 4, 2015), the following locations will be accepting over the counter transactions
April 2, 2015 (Thursday):
Open until 12:00 NN – Del Monte, Sikatuna Village-Anonas, Cubao-Araneta Cyberpark, Ortigas Comm’l. Complex Center, Acropolis, Adriatico, Baguio-Bonifacio, Baguio-Burnham, Baguio-Naguilian Road, Laoag-Gen. Segundo Avenue, Ilagan, Roxas in Isabela, Santiago-Maharlika, Santiago City Road, Nueva Vizcaya-Bamabng, Cabantuan-Main, Cabantuan-Maharlika North, Cabanatuan-Maharlika South, Cabanatuan-Maharlika H. Concecpion, San Jose Nueva Ecija, Nueva Ecija-Talavera, Nueva Ecija-Guimba, Batanagas-Kumintang Ilaya, Batangas-Lima Park, Batangas-Sto. Tomas, Bauan-Batangas, Batangas V. Luna, Batangas- Calicanto, Lipa-Tambo, Batangas-Mabini, Batangas-Lemery, Nasugbu-Batangas, Batangas-Balayan, Batangas-Tanauan A. Mabini, Batangas-Tanauan JP Laurel, Lipa-Cathderal, Occidental Mindoro-Mamburao, Tagaytay, Zapote-Bacoor, Caridad-Cavite, Kawit-Cavite, Rosario-Cavite, Bacoor-Cavite, Molino-Bacoor Cavite, Aguinaldo-Imus, Imus-Cavite, Dasmariñas-Cavite, Dasmariñas-Salawag, Carmona-Cavite, Silang-Cavite, General Trias-Cavite, Tanza-Cavite, Trece Martires-Cavite, Naic-Cavite, Cabuyao-Laguna, Biñan, San Pedro-Laguna, Laguna-Technopark, Canlubang-Carmelray, Laguna Bel-Air Sta. Rosa, Calamba-Market, Calamba-Parian, Calamba Real, Calamba, Carmelray, San Pablo-Maharlika, San Pablo-Colago, Iriga, Camarines Sur, Legazpi-Albay District, Naga-Peñafrancia, Palawan-Coron, Baybay, Borongan-Samar, Catbalogan, Guiuan in Eastern Samar, Catbalogan, Guiuan in Eastern Samar, Northern Samar-Laoang-Rawis, Leyte-Lao Cathedral, Maasin in Southern Leyte, Naval-Biliran, Leyte-Palompon, Tacloban-Main, Tacloban-Marasbaras, Tacloban-P.Burgos, Tacloban-Rizal Ave., Catarman, Davao-Rizal
Open until 1:00 PM – GT Tower Center, EDSA-Shaw, Domestic Airport, Alabang, Baclaran, Puerto Princesa-San Pedro, Boracay
Other branches – Lipa-B. Morada will be open until 2:00 PM, Marbel will be open until 3:00 PM, Pasay-NAIA 3 will be open until 3:30 PM, and Davao-Panabo and Davao-Matina will both be open until 4:00 PM
April 4, 2015 (Saturday):
Open until 12:00 NN – Gen. Luis-Novaliches, Congerssional Avenue, Sto. Niño-Marikina, Ortigas-Taipan, Cubao-P. Tuazon, Quiapo, Sta. Ana – Pedro Gil, Calasiao in Pangasinan, Baguio-Lucban, Baguio-Marcos Highway, La Trinidad-Benguet, Ilocos Su-Tagudin, Vigan Market, Candon, Batac in Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Norte-San Nicolas, La Union-Bauang, La Union-Agoo, Batangas- San Juan, Lipa-Ayala, Oriental Mindoro-Pinamalayan, Calapan, Tagaytay, Macaria Bus Center-Carmona, San Pedro-Shopwise Pacita, Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Santa Rosa-Balibago, Calamba-Crossing, Calamba-Waltermart Makiling, Sta. Cruz, Laguna, Los Baños, Legazpi-Rizal, Quezon-Candelaria, Daet, Sorsogon, Ligao City in Albay, Masbate, Albay-Tabaco, Camarines Sur-Goa, Cebu-Capitol.
Open until 1:00 PM – Greenbelt, Kalentong-Mandaluyong, El Grande – BF Homes, Batangas-Main, Batangas-Rosario, Puerto Pirncesa-Rizal Avenue.
Open until 4:00 PM – Dagupan-Fernandez Avenue, Lingayen-Pangasinan, Alaminos-Pangasinan, Baguio-Magsaysay, Baguio-Session, Vigan, Laoag-Rizal, La Union-Main, La Union-ML Quezon, La Union-Sevilla Monumento, Aparri, Occidental Mindoro-San Jose, San Pablo Main, Lucena-Main
Other branches – Batangas - Tanauan JP Laurel will be open until 2:00 PM, San Carlos-Pangasinan and Legazpi-Mabini branches will be open until 3:00 PM, Cebu-Ayala Center Mall will be open until 5:00 PM, and Pasay-NAIA 3 will be open until 10:30 PM.