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BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) Interest Rates of Foreign Currencies

Here's a list of BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) Interest Rates of Foreign Currencies. Given also are the required initial deposit for opening a new account, required minimum monthly maintaining balance, and required daily balance to earn interest.
Interest Rates vary according to the type of currencies and type of accounts.

BPI Interest Rates of Foreign Currencies

Type of Deposit Account
Required Initial Deposit
Required Minimum Monthly ADB or Average Daily Balance
Required Daily Balance to Earn Interest
Interest Rate (Per annum)
Express Dollar Savings
$ 500
$ 500$ 5000.25%
Dollar Savings with Passbook
$ 500$ 500$ 5000.25%
Get Started Savings Account with Life Insurance
Dollar Savings with Passbook
$ 500$ 500$ 5000.25%
Third Currency Savings Account
AUD - Australian Dollars Passbook Savings
AUD 700
AUD 700
AUD 700
CAD - Canadian Dollars Passbook Savings
CAD 650
CAD 650
CAD 6500.25%
CHF - Swiss Francs Passbook Savings
CHF 650
CHF 650N.A.
EUR - Euros Passbook Savings
EUR 500
EUR 500EUR 5000.50%
GBP - British Pounds Passbook Savings
GBP 350GBP 350GBP 3500.50%
JPY - Japanese Yen Passbook Savings
JPY 50,000
JPY 50,000
CNY/RMB - Chinese Yuan Passbook Savings
CNY/RMB 3,500
CNY/RMB 3,500CNY/RMB 3,5000.10%

As you can notice, the foreign currency having the biggest interest rate is the Australian Dollar. This might be due to the high demand of Australian Dollars in the Philippines. - https://www.affordablecebu.com/

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"BPI (Bank of the Philippine Islands) Interest Rates of Foreign Currencies" was written by Mary under the Banking category. It has been read 5170 times and generated 0 comments. The article was created on and updated on 07 February 2012.
Total comments : 3
Hyunjin [Entry]

I'm just quite confusing bout the Australian dollar savings account cus when I check it on their site it says $500 Australian only if you open and maintaining balance also the interest rate is 1.250% per anum

Hi! Good afternoon. I am planning to have one canadian dollar account for me to utilize in applying to migrate. So, i decided to open in your good banking office. Let me ask if how much is the initial deposit? Thank you and God bless!
Shiela Bebe [Entry]

are you accepting some euro coins ..?