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This profile was last updated on 10/20/13  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. Marvin V. Fausto

Wrong Marvin V. Fausto?

Chief Investment Officer

Banco de Oro Unibank
Email: f***@***.ph
Local Address: Manila, Philippines
Background

Employment History

  • Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
    Banco de Oro
  • Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer
    Banco de Oro
  • Equitable PCI Bank
  • President
    Trust Officers Association of the Philippines
  • Vice President and Investments Division Head
    Citytrust Banking Corporation
  • Founder and President
    Fund Managers Association of the Philippines
  • Senior Adviser
    Fund Managers Association of the Philippines
  • RETIREMENT COMMITTEE

Education

  • Bachelor of Science degree , Commerce
    High School and College
  • Bachelor of Science degree , Commerce
    Grade School
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The distinguished lineup of panelists is ...
www.mb.com.ph, 20 Oct 2013 [cached]
The distinguished lineup of panelists is composed of: Noel Kintanar, executive vice president, AC Infrastructure Holdings Corp.; Ron Arambulo, executive director, Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines; Cosette Canilao, executive director, Public-Private Partnership Center; Rene Limcaoco, Undersecretary, Department of Transportation and Communication; Michael Ferrer, president and managing director, ATR KimEng Asset Management; Marvin Fausto, senior vice president and CIO, BDO; Maria Theresa Marcial-Javier, head, BPI Asset Management; Batara Sianturi, CEO, Citi Philippines; Antonio de Rosas, president, PruLife UK; and Justina Callangan, director, corporate finance, Securities and Exchange Commission.
"The Philippine economy and banking ...
www.manilatimes.net, 1 July 2013 [cached]
"The Philippine economy and banking system are stronger than ever," asserts Marvin Fausto who heads the biggest managed fund in the country at $20 billion as BDO's chief investment officer. "We have had no losses, only market value decline," he says with glee.
"I advise ordinary people not to panic. Stay the course," he says.
"This market downturn is a great opportunity to buy (stocks) and participate in the growth momentum of the country. "We see above average GDP growth and loan growth," Fausto adds.
BDO Unibank Inc. senior vice ...
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BDO Unibank Inc. senior vice president and chief investment officer Marvin Fausto (middle) says the introduction of Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF) will benefit retail investors the most. Photo by Lean Santos/Rappler MANILA, Philippines - Retail investors, or individual traders, will be the major market for the soon-to-be-launched investment product Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF), a financial expert said. Speaking at an asset forum sponsored by the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) on Friday, June 28, Sy-led BDO Unibank Inc. senior vice president and chief investment officer Marvin Fausto said retail investors will likely drive ETF growth in the country. "ETFs are highly attractive to individual investors, particularly retail, since they can participate in the market at a low cost and enjoy market returns at the same time," he said.
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According to Fausto, investors can buy ETF shares in the market and trade them, with an initial investment of just a few thousand pesos. He added investors can go in and out of the market or buy and sell ETFs on the same day as there is no holding period for the new asset.
Marvin Fausto, president of ...
www.manilatimes.net, 17 Nov 2010 [cached]
Marvin Fausto, president of the Trust Officers' Association of the Philippines, told The Manila Times that Philippine economic managers have to keep key interest rates low to hold off the strong momentum of the peso and protect exporters as well.
"The reason why we have low interest rates is because of the US and other developed markets. These economies have to keep their interest rates low to prop up their economy. Their governments bought private debts, in effect prolonging the agony to get more time enough for the economy to move up . . . and I don't think that will reverse in the next two years," Fausto, who is also senior vice president at Banco De Oro Unibank, said.
"If ever interest rate hikes happen by the second half next year, it's going to be an initial 25 basis points only," he said.
The executive said that if the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas' (BSP) policy-making Monetary Board decides to increase interest rates, the local currency will be more attractive to foreign investors.
"What will happen is other countries will put part of their money here . . . This will drive the peso to further strengthen. What will happen then to our remittances and exporters? It's not in the interest of the country to keep the peso stronger . . . it must be in a manageable way," Fausto said.
Marvin Fausto can often been ...
www.randelltiongson.com, 6 April 2012 [cached]
Marvin Fausto can often been seen in many forums, media interviews and seminars all over. He is one of those who I run to for wise investment counsel not only because he is one of the best investment managers of the country, but also because of his unquestionable integrity.
Marvin and his wife Rose are also in the forefront of the financial education advocacy. Along with their 3 sons, the Fausto's are role models on how a family can have financial peace and enjoy a deeper purpose in life.
The 2012 Outlook of Mr. Marvin Fausto
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Marvin V. Fausto is the Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer of the country's largest bank, BDO and in charge of the Investments unit managing close to P580B under the BDO Trust Banking Group.
Prior to this, he held the position as head of the Trust Banking Group of Equitable PCI Bank from 2002 to 2007 primarily responsible for its overall business and operations. He also held the position of Vice President and Investments Head at Citytrust Banking Corporation. He started his career as an analyst at the former Far East Bank & Trust Co.
After having served as President and director, Mr. Fausto is currently a Board Adviser to the Trust Officers Association of the Philippines, the umbrella organization of the Trust Industry. He was also the Founding President and current Director of the Fund Managers Association of the Philippines.
Mr. Fausto graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Management Engineering and took MBA units at the Ateneo de Manila Graduate School.
Mr. Fausto is married to Mary Rose F. Fausto, the author of the insightful book "Raising Pinoy Boys" and has three sons, Martin, Enrique and Anton who are one of the country's youngest investors.
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