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 June 30, 2022, Ayala Corporation and its affiliates owned an effective interest of 48.5 percent in BPI. The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Manila (RCAM) owned 7.3 percent. Public investors held 39.2 percent, well above the required minimum public float of 10 percent.
The Top 20 Stockholders list may be viewed in Exhibit C of the SEC 17-A (Annual Report) disclosures.
BPI's stock and financial performance are being covered by domestic and international brokerage houses and independent analysts on a regular basis.