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What is Banco De Oro's routing number?

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Banco De Oro, also know as BDO, has a routing number of 010530667. Banco De Oro is the largest bank operating in the Philippines. It is owned by one of the country's largest conglomerate groups, the SM Group of Companies.

Banco De Oro was founded in 1968 under the name Acme Savings in Manila, Philippines. As of 2014, the bank is headquartered in the BDO Corporate Center in the city of Makati, Philippines. Banco De Oro was created after an agreement made on Dec. 27, 2006, led to the merger of the Equitable PCI Bank and the Banco de Oro Universal Bank.


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