Ranking of Smaller Savings Banks, by Assets, Sep 2015

Here’s a ranking of the smaller savings banks in the

Philippines, based on assets as of September 2015. These are banks with less

than 1 billion in total assets.

The ranking for the bigger savings banks is here:
No. 1 to No. 38
Top Savings Banks, by Assets, September 2015

The following banks are savings banks with less than 1 billion in total assets as of September 2015.

RANK           BANK ASSETS RANK
SEPTEMBER in MILLION SEPTEMBER
2015 PESOS 2014
39 University Savings Bank 860.48 41
40 BPI Globe Banko 859.51 _
41 Merchants Savings and Loan Assn 773.38 39
42 Farmers Savings and Loan Bank 613.06 42
43 Sun Savings Bank 600.06 43
44 Northpoint Development Bank 548.20 46
45 Village Bank 520.29 44
46 Opportunity Kauswagan Bank 460.88 45
47 Tower Development Bank 449.94 51
48 Palawan Bank 408.39 47
49 Cordillera Savings Bank 387.17 48
50 Bataan Development Bank 365.75 49
51 Pampanga Development Bank 351.49 50
52 Business and Consumers Bank 291.99 52
53 Life Savings Bank 266.03 53
54 Bataan Savings and Loan Bank 249.30 54
55 Metro Cebu Public Savings Bank 222.61 55
56 Lemery Savings and Loan Bank 208.52 56
57 Dungganon Bank 207.05 60
58 Inter-Asia Development Bank 205.66 59
59 Pacific Ace Savings Bank 195.32 57
60 Maritime Savings Bank 166.73 58
61 Malasiqui Progressive Savings 121.27 63
  and Loan Bank
62 Phil Star Development Bank 119.80 62
63 Microfinance Maximum Savings Bank     119.26 _
64 MBank Philippines 116.56 _
65 Quezon Coconut Bank 105.61 64
66 Progress Savings and Loan Bank  89.85 61
67 Sampaguita Savings Bank  75.38 65

NOTES: 


  No. 40   BPI Globe Banko was not ranked in the Sep 2014 ranking.
  
  No. 62   Phil Star Development Bank was ranked the same in the September 2014 asset ranking under its previous name Pride Star Development Bank. Change of name was authorized by the BSP on February 26, 2014 and was approved by the SEC in July 2014.

 No. 63  Microfinance Maximum Savings Bank was not ranked in the Sep 2014 ranking

 No. 64  MBank Philippines 
first appeared on the March 2015 asset ranking.
              MBank started its operations as a microfinance-oriented thrift bank on October 16, 2013.

 BDO Elite Savings Bank was No. 40 in the September 2014 asset ranking. Its request for the cancellation of its banking and trust licenses was approved by the BSP in August 2015.

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