Asialink Finance Corporation lays out their plan for 2021 following nationwide operational expansions.
As one of the leading and fastest-growing finance companies in the Philippines, Asialink Finance Corporation has ramped up operations to accommodate more clients throughout the country.
With a promising company growth of 32% (vs Q3 2020) recorded in the 4th quarter of 2020 amounting to PHP1.328B, Asialink now hopes to utilize their resources to make finance services more accessible among SMEs and individuals in the country.
“Despite the pandemic, our team made sure that we successfully helped thousands of Filipinos in their financing needs last year. Now, we’re gearing up to extend our reach to help even more in 2021,” says Asialink Finance Corporation General Manager Eillen B. Mangubat.
Currently, the flagship of the Asialink Group of Companies has over eighty branches nationwide to serve diverse markets especially the unbanked and underserved sectors offering a wide array of secured financing solutions in real estate, car and truck mortgage, brand new and pre-owned car and truck financing, and doctor’s loans among others.
With over hundreds of personnel and thousands of independent loan consultants across key cities in the Philippines, Asialink Finance Corporation seeks to further expand finance centers in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao.
Throughout the year, the corporation hopes to achieve its development target of 100 branches in the country and employ over 900 personnel with focus on Visayas, Mindanao, and North Luzon to provide secured business financing and personal financing in these markets. They recently opened a branch in Solano to further accommodate north Luzon markets while new branches have also opened in Consolacion, Bacolod east, Buhangin in Davao City, Gingoong, Tacurong, Mati, and Surigao to serve more clients in Visayas and Mindanao.
Branches in Catbalogan, Kabankalan, Maasin, Molo in Iloilo City, Nabunturan, Davao de Oro, and Calinan in Davao City are also soon to begin operations within the year.
This is to achieve Asialink Finance Corporation’s business goal to be a key driver of economic growth and expand help to individuals in achieving their dreams. They aim to disburse over 15 billion pesos in loans and serve over 60,000 clients in 2021.
“Part of our commitment is to streamline financing services in the country and reestablish Asialink as a trusted Filipino-owned financing company for Filipinos”, says General Manager Mangubat.
Banking on its 24 years of service and focus on inclusive financing access, the company has seen a consistent increase in annual production and disbursements as well as an increase of sales associates, loan consultants, and financial experts across the country. Visit the Asialink Finance Corporation’s website at https://www.asialinkfinance.com.ph/ for more information.