Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) headed by bankero TG Limcaoco is strengthening its position as a top-of-mind financing provider for potential car buyers in the market as the exclusive financing provider of the returning Manila International Auto Show (MIAS).
As the event’s official presenter and the single auto loan provider on site, BPI Auto Loans, the Ayala-led bank’s car financing brand will be present at the event to provide services to MIAS’ consumer base.
“In this comeback of the popular Manila International Auto Show, BPI Auto Loans looks forward to a good opportunity not only to increase revenues, but also to boost the brand’s visibility through this on-the-ground activity that supplements our in-branch and digital presence,” BPI Retail Loans Head Dennis Fronda said.
After a brief pause since its last pre-pandemic event held in 2019, MIAS returned from April 7 to 9 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.
Being one of the best performing banks in the auto loan industry, BPI is optimistic that they will be able to help meet pent-up demand for vehicles and achieve their targets for 2022.
“Even at the height of the global health crisis, BPI continued to provide auto loans to consumers who wanted their own cars during the pandemic. BPI also introduced several loan solutions such as the Step-Up Pay Plan, Multi-year Protect, and All-In Financing to make owning a car easy,” Fronda said.
BPI Auto Loan’s on-site offerings during the three-day event will be accessible to BPI clients visiting the show.
“Those who will not be able to be on site can still avail of the BPI Flex-Rewards, which is available nationwide,” said Fronda.
Under the BPI Flex-Rewards promotion, BPI Auto Loan borrowers are entitled to rewards worth P10,000 for every P500,000 booked loan amount. It offers up to P50,000 worth of flexible rewards that can be used to pay for select BPI products or other loan-related fees such as mortgage or processing fees, BPI MS and BPI AIA Insurance Premium, BPI deposit fund credits, BPI AMTC or BIMI Placements, loan amortization payment, and payment for BPI credit card bills.