Company Profile

Millennium Cash Finance Company, Inc. started as a lending investor in January 1999. It started as a one-branch operation in Davao City under the name Millennium Cash Corporation.

Soon after, with the continued support of its clients and the hard work and dedication of its employees, it grew in product offerings and size.

In 2003, Millennium Cash Corporation was granted by the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission a finance company license. Hence, the new company is now called Millennium Cash Finance Company, Inc.

Today, Millennium Cash Finance Company, Inc. operates nationwide with more than 70 offices all over the Philippines. It employs hundreds of employees to serve its thousands of clients. And the company intends to further expand its reach to more people and communities.

The company has also introduced new products aside from SSS pension loan. It now offers GSIS, PVAO pension loans. In addition to these, it caters loan to beneficiaries of foreign pensions and salary loans to private & government employees. Truly, the company has transformed from a single product to a multi-product company.

Goals and Objectives

To be the preferred finance company by providing proactive services that effectively respond to the needs of our customers. To continually build a long-lasting relationship with our clients by maintaining efficiency of business operations and a culture of integrity.


MCASH 1999

January 4 – Established as Millennium Cash Corporation. First MCASH branch opening is Davao Branch.


Opening of Cebu Branch.


Opening of Tagum Branch.


Opening of Cagayan de Oro Branch.


September 5 – SEC amended Millennium Cash Corporation to MILLENNIUM CASH FINANCE COMPANY, INC.

In respective order, Opening of;

  • Danao Branch
  • Bantayan Island Branch
  • Mati Branch

MCASH marked 5th year Anniversary
In respective order, Opening of;

  • Gensan Branch
  • Tagbilaran Branch

In respective order, Opening of;

  • Butuan Branch
  • Mambajao Branch
  • Carcar Branch
  • Digos Branch

In respective order, Opening of;

  • Valencia Branch
  • Surigao Branch

In respective order, Opening of;

  • Iloilo Branch
  • Bacolod Branch

MCASH celebrated 10th year Anniversary

In respective order, Opening of;

  • Polomolok Branch
  • Koronadal Branch
  • San Francisco Branch
  • Tacloban Branch
  • Ormoc Branch
  • Ozamiz Branch

In respective order, opening of;

  • Iligan Branch
  • Roxas Branch
  • Davao 2 – Toril Branch
  • Kidapawan Branch
  • Dipolog Branch
  • Panabo Branch
  • Davao 3 – Buhangin
  • Branch
  • Gingoog Branch

In respective order, opening of;

  • Pagadian Branch
  • San Jose Branch

Opening of San Carlos Branch


In respective order, opening of;

  • Nabunturan Branch
  • Malaybalay Branch
  • Tandag Branch
  • Bislig Branch
  • Davao 4 – Calinan Branch
MCASH 15th year

MCASH’s 15th year Anniversary
In respective order, opening of;

  • Zamboanga Branch
  • Dumaguete Branch
  • Kalibo Branch
  • Maasin Branch
  • Tacurong Branch

In respective order, opening of;

  • Borongan Branch
  • Catbalogan Branch

In respective order, opening of;

  • Davao 5 – Lanang Branch
  • Davao 6 – Matina Branch

MCASH expanded in Luzon, thus making MCASH recognized as a Nationwide financing company.
In respective order, opening of;

  • Mandaue Branch
  • Sto. Tomas Branch
  • Naga Branch
  • Tarlac Branch
  • Sorsogon Branch
  • Iriga Branch
  • Legaspi Branch
  • Vigan Branch
  • Dagupan Branch
  • Cabanatuan Branch
  • Tuguegarao Branch
  • Aparri Branch
  • Laoag Branch
  • Olongapo Branch

In respective order, opening of;

  • Urdaneta Branch
  • San Fernando Branch

MCASH celebrated 20th Year Anniversary
In respective order, opening of;

  • April 22, Compliance Office
  • Lucena Branch
  • Lipa Branch
  • Sta. Cruz Branch
  • Batangas Branch
  • Samal Branch
  • San Pablo Branch

Launching of MCASH ESukli Service.
August 4 – Inauguration of Cebu Reginal Office
In respective order, opening of;

  • Ipil Branch
  • Iba-Zambales Branch

In respective order, opening of;

  • Toledo Branch
  • Oroquieta Branch
  • Passi Branch

Opening of;

  • Davao 7 – Tibungco Branch
  • San Carlos Pangasinan Branch 
  • Sta. Cruz Davao del Sur Branch
  • Balanga Branch
  • Baguio Branch
  • Manolo Fortich Branch
  • Antipolo Branch
  • Nasipit Branch
  • Lapu-Lapu Branch
  • Davao 8 – Mintal Branch
  • Talisay Branch
  • Santiago Branch
  • Calbayog Branch
  • Masbate Branch (Soon to Open)
  • Kabankalan Branch (Soon to Open)

Our Core Values










Honesty & Honor

MCASH core values is anchored on its basic management philosophy – Malasakit, Competence, Accountability, Service and Honesty & Honor. These principles are firmly established in MCASH corporate culture as we believe in our responsibility and commitment to our company, customers and employees.

Company Registration Number : A199900183

Certificate of Authority 415

Certificate of Authority 415

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