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Maya Bank’s digital transformation

Maya Bank, the digital finance arm of PLDT’s subsidiary, Voyager Innovations, is growing at a stellar pace. In October this year, it passed the one-million customer mark and registered a ₱10 billion deposit balance, just five months after its public launch.

The reasons behind its success? One is the pent-up demand for an all-in-one, frictionless banking experience. As Maya Group CEO and Founder and Co-Founder of Maya Bank, Orlando B Vea said, “This astounding response to our efforts reflects the big opportunity for digital banking in the Philippines."

Another driver of growth is the attraction of the unique Maya money app that integrates the power of an e-wallet, savings, credit, and crypto in one platform.

Indofood at the World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum (“WEF”) Annual Meeting was held in May 2022 in Switzerland, themed Preparing for the Post-COVID Era.

Indofood plays a key role as a member of WEF and in showcasing export products at the Indonesia Pavilion. Indofood Chief Marketing Officer and Director Axton Salim represented Indofood during the Forum and participated in key events.

Food at the front and centre
Salim attended the CEO meeting in addressing Food, Land Use and Nature in a changing world. Food was front and centre in the discussions about the interconnected crises of climate, food and energy. He also shared his views on the topic of sustainability for GenZ and Millennials in emerging countries, at the Sustainable Generation event.

Metro Pacific Hospitals rebrand to Metro Pacific Health

Reflecting the beginning of a new era of modernized, high-quality patient-centric healthcare for Filipinos, Metro Pacific Hospital unveiled its rebrand on 12 October 2022 at a brand equity launch event in Manila.

Over the past 15 years, Metro Pacific Health (“MPH “) has built a network of 19 hospitals and plans to expand to over 40 hospitals within a decade.

Learn how MPH - the Philippines’ largest integrated private healthcare group - is moving beyond the business of illness to wellness, in this story.

Group companies chart a better future for people and planet

The MVP Group of companies in the Philippines explored new sustainability frontiers at their second Sustainability Summit held virtually on 4 November 2022. Spearheaded by MPIC, it featured an impressive line-up of global environmental, social and governance leaders.

The summit was designed to create discourse and share best practices on vital issues such as business resiliency and innovation, investment stewardship and impact investing, green jobs, and accountability, among others.

Top of the agenda was the issue of futureproofing businesses for succeeding generations, and how today’s actions impact the state of the Earth’s environment and its people in the coming years.