Financial Highlights

Ayala Corporation reported a net income of ₱26 billion in 2016, 17 percent higher than the previous year, on the back of double-digit growth contributions from its real estate and banking units, boosted by its emerging businesses in power and industrial technologies.

This positive earnings momentum was driven by the robust equity earnings contribution from Ayala business units, which expanded 14 percent from its year-ago level, to ₱32 billion. Equity earnings from the Bank of the Philippine Islands and Ayala Land jumped 19 percent and 18 percent, respectively. Meanwhile, equity earnings from AC Energy soared 27 percent, while equity earnings from AC Industrials grew 51 percent as its automotive business surged nearly fivefold during the year.

  • Real Estate
  • Water Infrastructures
  • Energy
  • Social Commitment
  • Financial Services
  • Electronic Manufacturing
  • Transport Infrastructure
  • Telecommunications
  • BPO and Education
  • Automotive