MR. AMANDO M. TETANGCO, JR.

By: Marc Mangubat | 17 Aug 2020

CONVERGE ICT – INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR

Amando M. Tetangco, Jr. is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Converge ICT Solutions. Mr. Tetangco holds directorship in a number of entities including the Belle Corporation, Toyota Motors Philippines, St. Luke’s Medical Center, and The Manila Hotel. Mr. Tetangco was also an Independent Director of the Philippine Airlines between 2017 and 2019. He was the third Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and served for two consecutive six-year terms from July 2005 to July 2017.

He was concurrently the Chairman of the BSP Monetary Board, the Anti-Money Laundering Council, and Philippine International Convention Center; Vice-Chairman of the Agriculture Credit Policy Council; member of the Capital Market Development Council,  Export Development Council, PhilExport Board of Trustees, Philippine Export-Import Credit Agency; and director of the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation, National Development Council, and National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation. He was connected with the Management Services Division of SGV before he joined the BSP.

Mr. Tetangco graduated from Ateneo de Manila University with an AB Economics degree (cum laude), where he also obtained his Master in Business Administration. He obtained his MA in in Public Policy and Administration (Development Economics) in 1978 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in Wisconsin, USA.

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