BancNet

BancNet (also spelled Bancnet) is a Philippine-based interbank network connecting the ATM networks of local and offshore banks, and the largest interbank network in the Philippines in terms of the number of member banks and annual transactions.wikipedia
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BancNet (also spelled Bancnet) is a Philippine-based interbank network connecting the ATM networks of local and offshore banks, and the largest interbank network in the Philippines in terms of the number of member banks and annual transactions.
Some examples of interbank networks include NYCE, PULSE, PLUS, Cirrus, AFFN, Interac, Interswitch, STAR, LINK, MegaLink, and BancNet.

MegaLink

On January 30, 2015, BancNet and MegaLink announced their merger and will retain itself as its brand.
By late January 2015, MegaLink and BancNet announced their merger.

Expressnet

In 2008, Expressnet outsourced its ATM operations to BancNet.
It has been reported that lock, stock and barrel of Expressnet has been purchased by rival interbank network BancNet.

Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation

RCBCRCBC CapitalRCBC Capital Corp.
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.
*BancNet

Nationlink (interbank network)

Nationlink
A Memorandum of Agreement was signed in 2007 with Nationlink, admitting the latter as the first network alliance member of BancNet.
Unlike the main existing interbank networks, which are BancNet, ENS, Expressnet and MegaLink, Nationlink is not expected to compete with those networks.

Metrobank (Philippines)

MetrobankMetropolitan Bank and Trust CompanyMetrobank Foundation
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.
In 1990, alongside Chinabank, Citibank, RCBC and Security Bank, Metrobank become a founding member of BancNet.

EastWest Bank

EastWestEast West BankEast West Banking Corporation
EastWest Bank joined BancNet in 1994 as an Associate member, with full use of the network's facilities and services but without voting rights.

Equitable PCI Bank

Philippine Commercial International BankEquitable Banking CorporationEquitable-PCI Bank
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.
It is a member of both leading ATM networks in the Philippines; Equitable Bank's Megalink of which it is a founding member and PCIBank's BancNet of which it is the BancNet Operator along with Metrobank and RCBC.

Banco de Oro

BDOBDO UnibankBanco de Oro Universal Bank
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.

Union Bank of the Philippines

UnionBankUnion BankUnionBank of the Philippines
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.

Security Bank

Security Bank CorporationPremiere BankPremiere Development Bank
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.

BDO Network Bank

One Network Bank
It is also an equity member of MegaLink (now a BancNet member), one of the first banks in Mindanao to join an interbank network.

Development Bank of the Philippines

DBPDevelopment Bank of the Philippines (DBP)Rehabilitation Finance Corporation (R.A.85)

Philippine Veterans Bank

Veterans Bank
In 2010 PVB became a member of BancNet, the Philippines largest interbank network.

Land Bank of the Philippines

LandbankLand BankLandbank of the Philippines
LANDBANK also became the third member of Expressnet, an interbank network in December 1991 but now a BancNet member.

Philippine Bank of Communications

Philippine Bank of Communications (PBCOM)Philippine Bank of Communications, Inc
It is a member of BancNet and the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Chinabank

China Banking CorporationChina BankChina Bank Savings
BancNet was founded on July 17, 1990 as the Philippines' second ATM consortium when the ATMs of eight banks, PCI Bank (later Equitable PCI Bank, now Banco de Oro), Security Bank, Chinabank, RCBC, Allied Bank (now part of PNB), Metrobank, International Exchange Bank (now part of UnionBank) and CityTrust Banking Corp. (now part of BPI) formed BancNet.
In 1990, China Bank, along with seven other banks, set up BancNet, currently the country's largest ATM network.

Encash Network Service

ENS
ENS is a member of MegaLink which is interconnected with the other Philippine interbank networks, i.e. BancNet and Expressnet.