7.08.2011

Top Savings Banks in the Philippines, Based on Loans Granted Dec 2010

By Nora
Here are the top savings banks in the Philippines, based on Total Loans granted as of December 2010.

We did the ranking of thrift banks, based on the item "Loans and Receivables - Net" on the balance sheets of banks as of December 2010, published by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.

Rank  Savings BankLoans Granted in
Billion Pesos
1.  BPI Family Savings Bank103.878
2.  Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank)54.584
3.  RCBC Savings Bank33.966
4.  Planters Development Bank29.122
5.  HSBC Savings Bank (Phils)13.857
6.  Sterling Bank of Asia13.840
7.  Philippine Business Bank11.943
8.  Citibank Savings11.114
9.  Robinsons Savings Bank8.990
10.  The Real Bank8.494
11.  City Savings Bank6.420
12.  UCPB Savings Bank4.760
13.  Malayan Bank Savings & Mortgage Bank   4.133
14.  First Consolidated Bank4.116
15.  Producers Savings Bank3.642
16.  Equicom Savings Bank2.776
17.  Premiere Development Bank2.767
18.  BPI Direct Savings Bank2.549
19.  Philippine Postal Savings Bank2.525
20.  Allied Savings Bank1.496
21.  China Savings Bank1.286
22.  Luzon Development Bank1.181
23.  Legaspi Savings Bank1.155
24.  Wealth Bank A Development Bank1.102
25.  Citystate Savings Bank1.075
26.  Queen City Development Bank1.068
27.  BPI Globe Banko Savings Bank1.059
28.  World Partners Bank1.024
Rank   Savings BankLoans Granted in Million Pesos
29.  LBC Development Bank991.384  ***
30.  Bank One Savings741.075
31.  GSIS Family Bank728.604
32.  Tong Yang Savings Bank715.812
33.  Optimum Development Bank660.447
34.  United Overseas Bank Phils566.201
35.  Century Savings Bank436.330
36.  Dumaguete City Development Bank354.079
37.  Hiyas Savings and Loan Bank273.100

***  LBC Development Bank was closed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and was taken over by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp. (PDIC) on September 9, 2011.


Related Article:
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Top Savings Banks in the Philippines, Based on Assets Dec 2010
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