The ranking for the bigger savings banks is here: Top 38 Savings Banks, by assets as of December 2014.
The following banks are savings banks with less than 1 billion in total assets as of December 2014.
|39||World Partners Bank||947|
|40||Merchants Savings and Loan Assn||860|
|41||BDO Elite Savings Bank||805|
|42||University Savings Bank||703|
|43||Farmers Savings and Loan Bank||629|
|44||Sun Savings Bank||550|
|46||Opportunity Kauswagan Bank||469|
|47||Northpoint Development Bank||429|
|48||Cordillera Savings Bank||392|
|50||Bataan Development Bank||347|
|51||Pampanga Development Bank||328|
|52||Tower Development Bank||302|
|53||Business and Consumers Bank||285|
|54||Life Savings Bank||267|
|55||Bataan Savings and Loan Bank||261|
|56||Metro Cebu Public Savings Bank||214|
|57||Lemery Savings and Loan Bank||205|
|58||Inter-Asia Development Bank||179|
|59||Maritime Savings Bank||171|
|61||Pacific Savings Bank||172|
|62||Phil Star Development Bank||124|
|63||Malasiqui Progressive Savings and Loan Bank||117|
|64||Progress Savings and Loan Bank||108|
|65||Quezon Coconut Bank||101|
|66||Sampaguita Savings Bank||80|
. Pride Star Development Bank changed its name to Phil Star Development Bank after getting BSP approval on February 26, 2014.
. Microfinance Maximum Savings Bank, also known as MaxBank, with main branch in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindorom, and 3 other branches in Batangas City, Calapan City and Makati City, ranked No. 67 in March 2014, with 112 million pesos in total assets. It's not in the list above, most likely due to report submission issues.