What would be our basis? Could be tax revenues, number of big buildings, land area, population, salaries of city officials? We could also use bank accounts, bank deposits and bank branches as basis. Certainly, banks locate their offices where they can make money.
The following data is sourced from the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp. (PDIC) reports, which are also based on financial reports submitted by banks.
Cities with the Highest Amount of Bank Deposits
|As of December 31, 2010 (rounded off)|
Amount of Bank Deposits in Pesos
|Quezon City||521.21 billion|
|San Juan||89.25 billion|
|Las Pinas||32.46 billion|
Cities with the Highest Number of Bank Accounts
|As of December 31, 2010 |
Number of Bank Accounts
Cities with the Highest Number of Bank Offices
|As of December 31, 2010|
Number of Bank Offices
* Bank offices include bank headquarters, branches, and branch outlets.
Note: If this post based on PDIC figures has differences with reports from other agencies, these could be traced to some figures based on the next most recent reports in cases of banks delayed in submitting reports.