Bank of the Philippine Islands (PSE: BPI) common shares are listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).
At P486.86 billion as of February 20, 2018, its market capitalization is the second largest in the Philippine banking industry. BPI is a member of the benchmark Philippine Stock Exchange Composite Index (PSEi).
Stock Price History
BPI's founding shareholders were primarily charities and endowments associated with the Roman Catholic Church, and its directors consisted of government officials and prominent businesspersons, including Antonio de Ayala, a partner in the predecessor firm of today's Ayala Corporation.
As of December 31, 2017, Ayala Corporation and its affiliates owned an effective interest of 48.2 percent in BPI. The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila owned 8.3 percent, and the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation owned 4.4 percent. Public investors held 39.1 percent, well above the required minimum public float of 10 percent.
Ayala Corporation owns 78.1% of Liontide Holdings Inc., giving it an effective interest of 15.7% in BPI via this vehicle. GIC owns 26.2% of Liontide Holdings Inc., and an effective interest in BPI of 4.4%.
Total Outstanding Shares
As of December 2018, the bank had 4,458,617,713 total outstanding shares.
Top 100 Stockholders
The following are the international brokerage houses and independent analysts of Philippine that cover BPI's stock and financial performance on a regular basis. The list may change as the houses make corresponding adjustments to their sector
ATR-Kim Eng Securities, Katherine Tan
CLSA Philippines, Alfred Dy
Credit Suisse, Danielo Picache
Deutsche Regis Partners, Rafael Garchitorena
HSBC, Xiushi Cai
JP Morgan Securities, Harsh Wardhan Modi
Macquarie Securities, Gilbert Lopez
Philippine Equity Partners/BoAML, Jojo Gonzales
UBS Securities Philippines, Jody Santiago
This list is for information purposes only and is not intended for trading purposes or advice.