DBP recently installed its first off-site ATM at the Chocolate Hills Complex in Carmen, Bohol as part of its efforts to expand its automated teller machine (ATM) network, a top official said.
DBP president and chief executive officer Cecilia C. Borromeo said the newly-installed DBP ATM is the first and only ATM machine located at the world-famous tourist site.
“DBP continues to improve its accessibility to its products and services by consistently growing its ATM network,” she said, adding that DBP has a total of 710 ATMs nationwide as of May this year.
Borromeo said that the bank installed 81 more ATMs at the end of the first quarter of the year, which is 40.5% of its target of 200 new ATMs this year. “Out of that number, 69 ATMs were installed in provincial sites in line with our commitment to bring banking services to the underserved areas,” she said.