In support of the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ initiative to make banking a norm for more Filipinos, Maybank recently launched M.O.V.E or Mobile Optimized Virtual Experience. It’s an industry-first digital offering that enhances and simplifies the processes involved in offering financial services.


With Maybank M.O.V.E, customers, can now open an online-only savings account called iSave, through the Maybank2U PH App, which also allows for online submission of forms and documentary requirements. An iSave account also entitles customers to enjoy FREE interbank withdrawals via any ATM nationwide.

The new straight through processing capabilities (STP) will also make it possible for customers to apply for credit cards and car financing without having to physically go to a branch, and even beyond banking hours.


For Maybank, MOVE is about enriching our offerings through digital banking which is in line with our commitment to leverage on cutting edge technology as well as our strategic objective of being the digital bank of choice in the region. Choong Wai Hong, Maybank Philippines President and Chief Executive Officer


In 2019, we envision the Bank to continue enhancing our services for existing and prospective clients. Rest assured that we will revolutionize our customers’ banking experience to keep abreast of the constantly evolving trends in the market which are all inclined to digital adaptability.Dexter Go, Head of Virtual Banking Maybank Philippines

4Maybank Philippines will also be introducing Maybank MOVE store, a mobile pop-up store that will travel across the country to introduce and promote the new STP products, processes, promotions and activities.

The company currently has 74 branches nationwide, and is the most accessible foreign bank in the country.

To stay updated on where the Maybank MOVE pop-up store will go to, and to know more about their digital MOVE, you may check out Maybank Philippines’ official Facebook page or visit their website.


Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.