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Accounting Organizations in the Philippines

FINEX
FINEX

Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines

FINEX is the country’s premier organization of finance professionals. FINEX now has a total of almost 700 members mainly CEOs, CFOs of top corporations, those in senior management positions holding finance functions, entrepreneurs, those in the academe, and professionals (lawyers, CPAs/auditors, consultants, etc.).
President
Lawyer Francis ED. Lim
Legal Status
Non-profit Organization Management
Headquarter
Unit 1901 19/F 139 Corporate Center Valero St. Salcedo Village Makati City, Metro Manila
Contact
(632) 811-4052
PFA
PFA

Philippine Finance Association

The Philippine Finance Association (PFA), formerly known as the Philippine Association of Finance Companies (PAFCI) has been a major advocate of change and development in the financing and leasing industry since its establishment in 1962.
President
Jude R. Romano
Contact
(02) 819-3356
Headquarter
Unit 1715 17th Floor, Cityland 10 Tower 2, H.V. Dela Costa St. cor. Valero St. Salcedo Village 1227 Makati City
FINTECH

Fintech Philippines Association

The Fintech Philippines Association is the most inclusive financial technology trade association in the Philippines. Established in 2017, it consists of over 100 institutional and individual members and is partnered with technology associations in Denmark, Israel, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. It is also a founding member of the Asia Pacific Fintech Network. The Fintech Philippines Association is committed to furthering financial inclusion through technology, and helping businesses from all industries harness financial technologies.
Legal Status
Non-profit Organization
Contact
+63 (2) 7955 7081
Headquarter
21/F, 88 Corporate Center 141 Valero St. cor. Serdeño St. Salcedo Village, Makati City Metro Manila, Philippines
BAP
BAP

Bankers Association of the Philippines

The Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP) is the lead organization of universal and commercial banks in the Philippines consisting of forty-five (45) member banks; twenty-one (21) of which are local banks and twenty-four (24) are foreign bank branches.
President
Mr. Cezar P. Consing
Contact
+63 2 810 3858 / +63 2 810 3859
Headquarter
19CD, 19F Citi Tower, 8741 Paseo de Roxas, Makati City Metro Manila, Philippines
IBPAP
IBPAP

IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines

The IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) is the enabling association for the information technology and business process management (IT-BPM) industry in the Philippines. Founded in 2004, it serves as the one-stop information and advocacy gateway for the industry. With over 300 industry and support-industry members, and six partner associations, the organization plays a pivotal role in sustaining the rapid growth of the IT-BPM industry by working to ensure an enduring supply of high-quality labor, supporting service innovation, and providing country visibility.
President
Rey Untal
Contact
+632 817 2727
Headquarter
5th Floor, C2 Building, Bonifacio High Street Central, 30th Street corner 7th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1634
PAMA
PAMA

Philippine Association of Management Accountants

The Philippine Association of Management Accountants (PAMA) was established on May 8, 1972 by a group of men led by Luis C. Diaz, whose primary objective was to promote the management accounting profession. The Association admits persons engaged in management accounting who occupy top positions in financial management or controllership.
Headquarter
Unit 1601 Cityland Condominium 10 Tower I, H.V. dela Costa St., Salcedo Village, Makati City 1227
Contact
813-2751 | 0921-9962446
ACPAPP
ACPAPP

Association of Certified Public Accountants in Public Practice

ACPAPP was an organization of individual practitioners not of firms. It was created primarily to strengthen the position of the CPAs in public practice and to reserve the unity of the combined strength of all CPA professionals. Its activities were directed towards the fulfillment of four areas of service such as concern for members, professional development and increased capabilities for practice, high standards of professional services to clients and society, and harmony and cooperation.
Headquarter
Unit 2308 CityLand 10 Tower 1 HV Dela Costa Street corner Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Contact
(632)-7934-7447
ACPACI
ACPACI

Association of Certified Public Accountants in Commerce and Industry

ACPACI is an institution that builds expertise and creates an environment of learning and fellowship. The annual convention provides a broader venue for interaction and freshens exchange of ideas in major developments in national and economic issues. It offers highly interesting sessions and current topics presented by experts and knowledgeable speakers. It also serves as a forum to make a firm stand on national and social issues through resolutions and position papers as approved by its members.
Headquarter
Nuestra Casa Condominium 2419 Calle Osmeña Poblacion Makati City, Metro Manila Philippines 1600
Contact
(+632) 8898-1235 / (+632) 8573-7747
nACPAE
nACPAE

National Association of CPAs in Education

nACPAE envisions itself as a community of learned accounting teachers leading the Accountancy education in Southeast Asia.
Headquarter
PICPA Building, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City Metro Manila, Philipiines
GACPA
GACPA

Government Association of Certified Public Accountants

The Government Association of Certified Public Accountants (GACPA) is the first sectoral association of CPAs in the country. It is an organization of accounting professionals who are working individually in various government agencies nationwide. It was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on February 18, 1972. Presently, GACPA may be the biggest sectoral organization of CPAs under the umbrella of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). It has about 10,000 members and 25 Chapters throughout the country.
Headquarter
Room 240, Union Square Condominium 15th Avenue, Cubao, Quezon City
Contact
(632)89113058
AGAP
AGAP

Association of Government Accountants of the Philippines

More than 50 years after its establishment, AGAP is now a venerable institution. It has remained the same and yet has not remained stagnant, introducing a number of innovations and changes for the welfare of its members. From a motley group of less than a hundred members, AGAP has grown to its present size of about 10,000 members. Not only accountants have been welcomed to the association. Budget officers, supply officers, cashiers and all personnel belonging to the Finance Group from national government agencies, local government units and government owned or controlled corporations participate, attracted by the feel of family which the AGAP provides.
Headquarter
DBM Bldg. II General Solano St. San Miguel, Manila
Contact
(02) 657-3300 Local 2647 | (02) 735-1987
MCPI
MCPI

Microfinance Council of the Philippines, Inc.

The Microfinance Council of the Philippines, Inc. (MCPI) is the national network of microfinance institutions working towards sustainable, innovative and client-responsive solutions to poverty in the country. MCPI is currently comprised of 57 institutions, including 47 practitioners and 10 support institutions. Its regular members include 26 non-government organizations, 13 banks, 6 cooperatives, and 2 regional networks. The key programs of MCPI include Advocacy, Capacity building for microfinance institutions, Social Performance Management, Performance Monitoring and Benchmarking, the establishment of a Knowledge and Resource Center, and Network Strengthening.
Headquarter
Unit 1909 Jollibee Plaza Condominium, F. Ortigas Jr. Road, Ortigas Center, 1605 Pasig City
Contact
(02) 8631 5920 / (02) 8631 6184 / (0916) 424 3455
RBAP
RBAP

Rural Bankers Association

The mission of the Rural Bankers Association is to support the ability of its members to offer quality banking services to all their constituencies, comply with regulatory requirements, and to promote the welfare of the communities in which they operate.
Headquarter
2/F RBAP Bldg A.Soriano Jr. Ave. corner Arzobispo St. Intramuros, Manila
Contact
8527-2972, 8527-2968
FMAP
FMAP

Fund Managers Association of the Philippines

The Fund Managers Association of the Philippines (FMAP) is an organization composed of local equity and fixed income fund managers with the primary mission of helping uplift the investing public economically through the practice of professional fund management that adheres to ethical standards and recognized practices globally. It is also envisioned as a catalyst of change through the continuous education of its members and efforts to foster solidarity among the different investment sectors, in order to uphold the best interests of the investing public.
Headquarter
Unit 504, 5th floor VGP Center (formerly Manila Bank Bldg.) 6772 Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Contact
8-772-4560
MART
MART

Money Market Association of the Philippines

The Money Market Association of the Philippines, or MART for short, has come a long way since its humble beginnings. To date, the association has a total of 60 member institutions consisting of banks and non-bank financial institutions that actively trade fixed income securities in the market. The administrative structure is securely in place with a network of 12 highly-specialized working committees. The depth of its established communication links has provided avenues for discussion of relevant and vital issues affecting the industry.
Headquarter
Penthouse, PDCP Bank Centre Herrera corner L.P. Leviste Sts., Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines
Contact
(632) 813-7479
CMAP
CMAP

Credit Management Association of the Philippines

Foster a strong and sturdy professional association which has grown in number and which has improved in the quality of its membership, all knowledgeable, competent and effective in the art of credit management and contributing to the financial stability of its member-companies and also to national economic recovery, growth, and progress, thus. We see CMAP as an acknowledgeable and respected credit management institution sharing center stage with other segments of the business community, the government and society, and cooperating with these segments in a common and nurturing credit consciousness, responsibility and discipline among credit grantors and credit users in both public and private sectors.
Headquarter
Room 401 Cattleya Condominium, Salcedo Street, Legaspi Village, Makati
Contact
818-2372, 817-8386
BAIPHIL
BAIPHIL

Bankers Institute of the Philippines, Inc.

The BANKERS INSTITUTE OF THE PHILIPPINES, INC. (BAIPHIL) was founded in 1941 as a non- stock, non-profit corporation under the name National Association of Bank Auditors and Comptrollers (NABAC), primarily with the goal of increasing the efficiency and uniformity in bank accounting, auditing and operations among banks. Its founding members were the Philippine National Bank, First National City Bank (now Citibank), Philippine Trust Company, Agricultural and Industrial Bank (now Development Bank of the Philippines), Bank of the Philippine Islands, Monte de Piedad & Savings Bank, and China Banking Corporation.
Headquarter
Unit 2103 The Peak Tower, 107 L.P. Leviste St., Salcedo Village, Makati City
Contact
+632-8853-4457; +632-8519-2433
CTB
CTB

Chambers of the Thrift Banks

The umbrella organization of the country’s thrift banks was organized in 1974 as the Chamber of Savings and Development Banks, and was then composed of 10 savings banks, 28 private development banks and 44 savings and loan associations. It was organized primarily “to provide an institutional medium through which the members can collectively assist and cooperate with one another, with other members of the banking sector, and with the National Government and its instrumentalities, more particularly the Central Bank of the Philippines (now known as the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas) to promote, develop, expand and strengthen the role of savings and loan associations, private development banks and savings and mortgage banks (otherwise known as thrift institutions), in the accumulation of savings, enhancement of trade, commerce, industry and agriculture, and in the economic development of the county.
Headquarter
Cityland 10 Tower 1, H. V. Dela Costa Street, Village, Salcedo, Makati, 1227 Metro Manila
PASBDI
PASBDI

Philippine Association of Securities Brokers and Dealers, Inc.

The Philippine Association of Securities Brokers and Dealers, Inc. (PASBDI) is a non-stock, non –profit association, incorporated on December 12, 1974 with the Securities and Exchange Commission for the purpose of institutionalizing a medium through which its membership can collectively assist and coordinate with the national government, its appropriate agencies and instrumentalities in the development of the securities market in the Philippines.
Headquarter
6th Floor, PSE Tower, 5th Avenue corner 28th Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City Metro Manila
Contact
+632 8891 9023
IAA PH
IIA

Institute of Internal Auditors Philippines

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) Philippines is a professional organization dedicated to the advancement of the internal audit profession in the country. Our members, who work in internal auditing, risk management, governance, internal control, information technology audit, education and security, came from various industry or sectors in the Philippines and belong to a global network of almost 190,000 professionals from more than 170 countries and territories sharing a common vision of a global profession of internal auditing.
Headquarter
U702 Corporate Center 139 Valero St., Salcedo Village Makati City, Philippines

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