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The Philippine Veterans Bank, also known as PVB and Veterans Bank, is a medium-sized commercial bank in the Philippines. True to our claim that we are a “Bank with a heart for every Filipino” we provide bank products and services that aim to help every Filipino fight for their dreams. Our loan products such as the pension loan, home loans, salary loans and MSME loans are designed to support our fellow Filipinos to achieve their dreams, our corporate banking services are customized to the needs of our clients, and our other services are designed to be offered by PVB employees that serve its clients with a heart. More so, as part of our advocacy, PVB allocates 20% of its annual net income for the benefit of its shareholders, the WWII Veterans and their families. 

Home Loans

We don’t only offer home loans, we help you build a home! Choose from our home loan products that best suit you.

Pension Loans

At Philippine Veterans Bank, we give financial assistance to our heroes through loan facilities for AFP and PVAO pensioners. We can also buy out existing pension loans with other financial institutions to ease your burden in managing your existing loans.

ATM and Branches

View our list of 60 branches and 120 ATM Machines all over the Philippines.

Acquired Assets

View our acquired properties for sale ranging from residential lots to commercial and agricultural properties. Bank in-house financing is acceptable.

MSME Loans

We aim to help the needs of entrepreneurs may it be capital requirement or to finance your business expansion and construction. The MSME Loan is the financial lifeline of Filipino Entrepreneurs.

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Be a part of the PVB team and apply here! Click to see the list of career oppurtunities available.


PVB WWII Exhibit at Manila City Hall now open

CITY OF MANILA – Philippine Veterans Bank continues to honor the legacy of our Filipino World War II veterans with the display of its multi-awarded traveling exhibit at the Manila City Hall as part of the City of Manila’s commemoration activities for the 78th Anniversary of the Battle for Manila during World War II.    The Exhibit is located at the 2nd Floor of the Bulwagang Rodriguez of the Manila City Hall, and is open to the public free-of-charge until February 15, 2023.    Entitled “War of Our Fathers: A Brotherhood of Heroes”, the PVB Traveling Exhibit features photos, images, memorabilia, and brief narratives about World War II in the Philippines, it also serves as a tribute to the bravery, patriotism, and resolve of the Filipino men and women who fought and died for freedom as well as those who survived one of the darkest chapters of our nation’s history.    In time for the anniversary of the Battle for Manila, the War of Our Fathers exhibit features eight (8) panels depicting World War II in the City of Manila, including scenes and narratives during the month-long Battle for Manila from February to March of 1945.    The Exhibit was formally opened to the public last February 3, 2023 by Manila Mayor Maria Sheilah H.  Lacuna along with PVB Chairman Roberto De Ocampo, OBE, and PVB President Renato A. Claravall, along with other city & PVB officials, heads of the Diplomatic Corps, and other guests.   Additionally, the exhibit features new panels introducing PVB’s new charter, Republic Act 11597, as well as a tribute to our modern-day Filipino heroes that include post-World War II retirees of Armed forces of the Philippines. The panel, A Brotherhood of Heroes, advocates that our modern veterans – men and women who have fought in other wars both here and abroad, who have helped citizens of other countries, and who have fought local enemies of freedom share common values with our WWII Veterans.  


Here's our updated list of Properties for sale:   CLICK HERE TO VIEW     For more information please contact:  Acquired Assets Department    Landline: (02) 7902-1600 / (02) 8857-3800 Local 8303/1693/3889/3887/8302   Email:    3/F PVB Building, 101 V.A. Rufino Corner Dela Rosa Sts., Legaspi Village Makati City

PVB donates funds to Bataan Death March markers

On its 30th Anniversary, the Philippine Veterans Bank raised funds for the maintenance of Bataan Death March historical markers that had been destroyed, uprooted, and neglected due to drainage and other road projects.   Bikers from Bataan, Pampanga, Tarlac and nearby provinces pedaled along the route traversed by the country’s heroes.   The “Ride for Valor” a non-competitive 160 kilometers long bike ride raised close to P50,000 pesos and monetary pledges for the Filipino-American Memorial Endowment (FAME) to save our heroes’ historical markers so that we may remember their sacrifice. The funds will be turned over to FAME, a non-government organization that maintains the kilometer markers of the Bataan Death March from Mariveles, Bataan to Capas, Tarlac.   Meanwhile, the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) Region 3 gave an assurance that they will find suitable relocation sites for historical markers that will be affected by any road projects of the department. DPWH have likewise repainted the historical markers along the Bataan Death March route.   “We would like to thank all the bikers, sponsors, private corporations and LGU partners for their invaluable support to the recently concluded Ride for Valor. Special thank to DPWH Region 3 led by Regional Director Roseller Tolentino for their quick action and clarification about the Death March Markers along national roads that will be affected by road repairs,” said Mike Villa-Real, PVB first vice president.   “Philippine Veterans Bank is committed to keeping the memory of our heroes alive in the hearts and minds of Filipinos, so that we may always remember their sacrifices for our country and our freedom,” added Villa-Real.   The Death March markers serve as a reminder of the route taken by Filipino soldiers who defended the country against Japanese forces during World War II some 80 years ago. About 10,000 brave soldiers died along the route; many of the bodies were never identified or recovered.   Around 80,000 Filipino and American soldiers and prisoners of war were forced by the Japanese military to march 69 miles from Bataan to Tarlac during World War II.  Only some 54,000 persons reached the camp, and around 20,000 died due to starvation, dehydration, diseases, and the brutality of Japanese captors.     


Stock Subscription Offer to Post-World War II Veterans and AFP Retirees. In line with Republic Act No. 11597, or the Philippine Veterans Bank (PVB) Act of 2021, we are opening our doors to post-World War II veterans and retirees of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to join our WWII veterans and their heirs as stockholders of PVB. As we transition ourselves into a reinvigorated bank, we will strengthen our niche as a bank for all veterans and the military, a bank that represents the valor and heroism of the men in uniform at times of conflict and peace. Thus, we extend our hands and invite you to "Invest in Heroism, Invest in PVB". We are offering a total 51.6 million common shares of stock, at Php 110 per share. You can buy an unlimited number of shares on a first-come, first-served basis, from September 5 to November 29, 2022. For more information, inquiries or concerns please email VP Andres B. Saracho, Head of the PVB Veterans Affairs Office, at or through You may also call our PVB Customer Care at (02) 7902-1782 from Mondays to Fridays, 6:00am to 10:00pm or visit the nearest PVB branch in your area.   To view the Frequently Asked Questions, you may click here: Click here to download the application form: SSO APPLICATION FORM