The most accessible and convenient way to invest in the Philippine Stock Exchange is to open an account with COL Financial. This investment vehicle is available even for our OFWs abroad, more so for us here in the country who wants to start with stock market investing.
For those who are already account holders of COL, know that you can fund your COL Financial account in multiple ways. You can fund via online banking bills payment facility, via over the counter bank deposit / bills payment, or via the cashier of COL at the Ortigas office. You will not incur any service charge if you fund using the last option, but if you will fund via bank online or OTC, there are corresponding fees.
For those based abroad with no account in any of the partner banks, you can still fund your COL via international remittance.
List of Bank Transaction Fees for COL Financial bank payment or bank deposit, online or via branch over the counter:
COL Fees are updated today July 31, 2017
Internet Banking or Online Banking Option
- BDO – waived
- BPI – waived
- Metrobank – waived
- Chinabank – Php 10.00
- AUB – waived
Over the counter Bank Transaction
- BDO – Php 25.00
- BPI – Php 110.00
- Metrobank – Php 30.00
- Chinabank – not available
- AUB – P0.00 (No Free Transaction)
Via Office Cashier
COL Office Address: 2403B East Tower, Philippine Stock Exchange Centre, Exchange Road, Ortigas Centre, Pasig City, 1605 Phils.
(FOR OFWs / Abroad members) Fund via iRemit or BDO Remittance
You can fund overseas through iRemit brances or remittance to COL Financial BDO account. This is best if you do not have account with BDO, BPI, Metrobank, Chinabank, AUB. Service charge depends on the amount you will send via international remittance.
What’s your preferred way of funding your COL Financial account?