Ayala has long been a model for establishing and nurturing powerful and beneficial relationships with other progressive institutions. Today, Ayala’s businesses draw strength from synergy, as well as shared vision and values, created by powerful institutional partnerships.
These partnerships have formed the foundation for further growth and innovation in the realm of real estate, financial services, telecommunications, water distribution, electronics and information technology, automotive assembly, business process outsourcing, international investments, and recently, power and transport infrastructure.
With trust as foundation for these partnerships, Ayala and its partners have been able to leverage their expertise, resources, capabilities, and client bases for their mutual benefit, with results often exceeding the sum of its parts.
Ayala’s decades-long partnership with Mitsubishi Corporation, for example, has been a model of cooperation and trust, and has led to many enduring partnerships across many different Ayala enterprises.
Partners such as the Campos group and Yulo, Madrigal, and Cua families have forged strong ties with Ayala Land in real estate; the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila, JP Morgan, and the DBS Group for financial services; Singapore Telecom for telecommunications; Honda, Isuzu, and Volkswagen for automotive; United Utilities for water infrastructure development and management; Resins, Inc. and the Carlos family for electronics and information technology.
Together with new partners in industry, Ayala invests in power and transport infrastructure and actively participates in government’s public-private partnership programs. Strategic alliances and joint ventures with regional and global companies have also allowed Ayala companies to expand their operations beyond the Philippines.