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Maximum Savings Bank, Inc., (previously: Microfinance Maximum Savings Bank, Inc.) was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission on 21 July 2005 under S.E.C. Registration No. CS200512802. It was incorporated on 15 July 2005 and was granted authority by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (“BSP”) on February 2006 principally to engage in the general business of a thrift bank, and originally, with microfinance orientation. In 2017, the BSP approved the conversion of the Bank to a full-fledged thrift bank.
Also known as MAXBANK – A Thrift Bank, it operates at #24 Antonio Pastor Bldg., P. Burgos St., Batangas City (head office), with two other branches located at No. 54, Barangay Sabang, Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro; and GF Home Mark Bldg., JP Rizal St., Camilmil, Calapan City. MAXBANK also has a representative office located at 8th Floor, NOL Tower, Commerce Avenue, Madrigal Business Park, Ayala, Alabang.
The Bank grants small and medium enterprise loans and business loans and engages in receiving deposits from public such as savings passbook account and time deposits. It also provides other services such as safe deposit boxes, domestic and foreign remittances and payroll services.
MAXBANK is a member bank of BancNet. It currently operates three ATMs located at our Head Office and MBOs. We are looking to expand this network in collaboration with other ATM operators.
MAXBANK is also a financial institution client of Visa Worldwide (Visa Inc.) and as such, is licensed in the Philippines to participate in Visa’s international financial service principal programs and to use certain Visa-Owned Marks. MAXBANK has also been accredited by Tencent to be the Philippine acquirer for WeChat Pay.
Currently, the Bank, directly or through its duly registered Third Party Agents (TPAs), offers payment facility to any merchants who wish to accept Visa-marked cards and WeChat Pay payments as alternative options to the usual cash or check payments of their customers.