Makati City is known to be the Financial Capital of the Philippines because of the numerous multinational and local corporations established in the city. Some of these are major banks, corporations, Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), upscale shopping malls, and restaurants. In 2019, the city has 85,568 registered business establishments which help the city to be one of the richest Local Government Units in the Philippines.
The city takes pride of its developed business district called Makati Central Business District (CBD) which houses the most number of skyscrapers and PEZA-accredited IT Park and Buildings. The famous Ayala Triangle is situated in Makati CBD where the biggest trading floor of Philippine Stock Exchange is located.
The 1st Class Highly Urbanized city is one of the major financial, commercial and economic hub not just in the country but in the whole Asia. Its populous metropolitan areas with diverse cultural and entertainment hub make the city a perfect place to embark a new business.