CBN Grupo

About the Company

We operate to promote a positive and professional environment. Our associates are well versed with the various payment services that we offer, while delivering them in a competent and friendly manner.

Our management is committed to continuing our track record of effectively capturing a majority of the overseas Filipino market in Europe. We are continuously working to improve our services and ensure that client expectations are met within a timely and efficient manner.

A Filipino-owned remittance center trusted by fellow Filipinos in Europe

It is BDO Remit's vision to elevate Filipino-owned businesses and make it at par with local businesses in Europe. From choosing prime office locations, hiring the right people, to all the other facets of its business operations, BDO Remit aims to exceed quality standards in global remittance servicing.

BDO Remit's offices are fully regulated by respective authorities in the countries where the offices are located. With today’s increasing demand by Filipinos in sending remittance in a secure, fast and reliable way, BDO Remit is confident it remains the top choice of Filipinos in Europe. 

Registered Office

BDO Remit International Holdings B.V. is a holding group of European companies registered in Maastricht, The Netherlands last October 10 2007 under registration number 14096198. BDO Remit International Holdings B.V. is currently comprised of three active companies namely BDO Remit (UK) Ltd, BDO Remit (Ireland) DAC and CBN Remittance Center S.A.

BDO Remit (UK) Ltd, based in London, is an authorized payments institution under registration number 504475 with branches in Belfast, France, Italy, and Germany. It is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

BDO Remit (Ireland) DAC, based in Dublin, is authorized to provide payment services under registration no. 377400. It is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.

CBN Remittance Center S.A. based in Barcelona, is an authorized payment institution under registration number 6850 with branch in Madrid. It is regulated by the Spanish Central Bank.