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According to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas’ Consumer Expectations Survey published in the second quarter of 2019, 33.9% of Filipino households that received overseas Filipino workers (OFW) remittances allot money for savings and 5.2% have investments.

To improve these figures and help these modern heroes build better lives with their loved ones, BPI Sulong has made its way this year to Singapore, one of the Philippines’ top sources of OFW remittances and employing over 180,000 OFWs. BPI Sulong is BPI Foundation's core initiative to help migrant workers through financial management and entrepreneurship workshops so they can save money more efficiently and return home to the Philippines sooner.

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