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Antonio “Tony” Moncupa, Jr.

Antonio “Tony” Moncupa, Jr.

President and Chief Executive Officer, EastWest Banking Corporation (EW) since January 2007. EW is one of the fastest growing universal banks in the country. It has total assets of more than Php200 billion, a workforce of 5,500+ and a nationwide network of 412 branches, including its rural bank. Has been in banking the last 30 years.

Other Organizational Affiliations

  1. Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP). Board member, March 2007 to 2010, and March 2011 to March 2015
      1. First Vice President (March 2013 to March 2015)
      2. Secretary, March 2012 to March 2013
      3. Treasurer, March 2009, to March 2010
      4. Board Committees
        1. Chair, Open Market Committee, March 2009 to March 2010, and March 2011 to March 2015
        2. Chair, Capital Markets Committee, March 2007 to March 2009
    1. Board member, BancNet (this is the ATM consortium), July 2015 to present
    2. Board of Trustee, Market Governance Board, Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corporation, 2013 to present
    1. Vice Chair of the Board, Philippine Clearing House, 2011
    2. Board of Directors, Philippine Dealing & Exchange Corp, 2008
    3. Board of Directors, Philippine Depository & Trust Corporation, 2009 & 2010
    4. President, ACI – The Financial Markets Association, 2000 & 2001
    5. Other organizational affiliations
      1. Member, Makati Business Club
      2. Member, Management Association of the Philippines
      3. Rotary Club of Manila Bay
        1. Member since 1995 to present
        2. President, Rotary Year 2000 – 2001

Educational Background.

Masters in Business Administration, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Bachelor Science in Commerce, major in Accounting
Bachelor of Arts, Major in Economics
De La Salle University, Manila

Personal Background.

Born November 02, 1958 in Dinalupihan Bataan. Married with the 3 children. Was a political detainee, April 1982 to January 1984 for alleged rebellion and affiliation with the national democratic movement.


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