4.26.2015

Top Banks in the Philippines, by Assets, Dec 2014

By Nora
Here are the top commercial/universal banks in the Philippines, based on total assets as of December 2014.


There are now four trillionaire Philippine banks -- BDO, Metrobank, BPI and Landbank. 
Landbank joined BDO, Metrobank and BPI in their 4-member-only trillionaire club in December 2014.

Which bank will be the next trillionaire? And when?

BDO first surpassed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark in June 2011.
Metrobank did in September 2013.
BPI did in June 2014.
Landbank did in December 2014.

PNB moved up to No. 5 in March 2013, after completing its merger with sister company Allied Bank in February 2013.
Allied Savings Bank is now PNB Savings Bank.

TOP 17 Banks -- Banks with Over One Hundred Billion in Total Assets


RANK  BANKASSETS in RANK
DEC 2014BILLION PESOS   SEP 2014
1 BDO1,812.8641
2 METROBANK1,336.0972
3 BPI1,195.8553
4 LANDBANK1,051.1274
5 PNB   578.4495
6 DBP   475.3596
7 CHINABANK   407.1847
8 UNION BANK   389.33510
9 SECURITY BANK   387.4299
10 RCBC   385.5288
11CITIBANK   295.13711
12 UCPB   257.21112
13 HSBC   199.61413
14 EASTWEST   184.20114
15 BANCOM   139.12815
16 PHILTRUST     126.27716
17 AUB    122.84317
No. 18 to No. 33
18 MAYBANK   78.12019
19PBCOM   72.08620
20STANDARD CHARTERED      64.81818
21 BANK of TOKYO   55.71623
22 VETERANS   55.34524
23 JP MORGAN CHASE   54.21522
24ANZ   54.01721
25 DEUTSCHE BANK   48.67125
26ROBINSONS BANK   47.84826
27BDO PRIVATE   38.87827
28ING BANK   35.36229
29MIZUHO   32.48428
30CTBC   27.37330
31BANK OF CHINA   17.45531
32BANK OF AMERICA   15.21932
33MEGA ICB   11.86133
No. 34 to No. 36
34KOREA EXCHANGE   7.95834
35BANGKOK BANK   7.86235
36AL-AMANAH   0.70336


If the proposed merger of Landbank and DBP gets the approval of legislators and the President, with Landbank as the surviving entity, then Landbank becomes the Second Biggest Bank in terms of assets.
I saw an article here that opposes the merger: LBP-DBP merger an unsound move, by Rudy Romero

Top banks in the Philippines, by assets as of December 2014

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