As far as banks are concerned, ONB is leaving a wide footprint all over Mindanao. As of May 2010, the footprint consists of 80 branches and 108 ATMs, and a work force of 1029 men and women across the island.
Going against the grain of conventional wisdom in branching, One Network Bank has gone to places where other banks would not dare go while consistently expanding its footprint - moving from highlands to islands!
ONB has the most extensive branch banking network in all of Mindanao, with branches in far-flung localities such as Maragusan in Compostela Valley, Babak in Island Garden City of Samal and Lebak in Sultan Kudarat, areas which are considered to be unbanked or underbanked.
ONB continues to convey its commitment to permanently stay in the community it serves by converting branch leaseholds to bank-owned sites and buildings and by converting old branch buildings to new ones.
Indeed, ONB, a Megalink awardee, cannot help but leave its tracks in the Mindanao countryside by deploying more and more PeraAgad ATMs, now a total of 108 ATMs.