Top 38 Savings Banks, by Assets Sep 2015

Here are the TOP 38 SAVINGS BANKS in the Philippines, based on Total Assets as of September 2015.

RANK        

BANK

ASSETS RANK
SEPTEMBER BILLION        SEPTEMBER
2015 PESOS 2014
 1. BPI Family 243.280 1
 2. PSBank 158.288 2
 3. RCBC Savings  86.486 3
 4. Philippine

Business

 62.548 4
 5. City Savings  61.813 5
 6. Planters

Development

 47.607 6
 7. Sterling Bank  31.250 7
 8. Bank of Makati  26.922 -*
 9. HSBC Savings  25.418 8
10. China Bank

Savings

 25.120 9
11. PNB Savings  21.075 10*
12. UCPB Savings  14.215 11
13. First Consolidated  13.916 13
14. BPI Direct Savings  12.889 12
15. PR Savings  12.305 15
16. Philippine Postal  12.087 16
No. 17 to
No. 38
17. Producers

Savings

  8.580 17
18. Malayan Bank

Savings

  7.520 20
19. Equicom Savings   7.340 18
20. Wealth

Development

  6.963 21
21. 1st Valley Bank   6.653 19
22. Luzon

Development

  5.397 22
23. Citystate

Savings

  4.383 23
24. Penbank   2.843 28
25. United Overseas   2.155 24
26. Enterprise Bank   2.082 27
27. Legazpi Savings   2.057 25
28. CARD SME Bank   1.935 31
29. Queen City

Development

  1.820 28
30. Optimum

Development

  1.762 30
31. ComSavings Bank   1.562 29
32. Hiyas Banking   1.458 32
33. Century Savings   1.426 34
34. Bank One

Savings

  1.423 33
35. TongYang

Savings

  1.382 35
36. Isla Bank   1.297 37
37. Dumaguete City

Development      

  1.228 36
38. World Partners   1.077 38





Notes:

_* This September 2015 ranking is just the second quarterly ranking in which Bank of Makati is ranked as a thrift bank. It was previously a rural bank. It started operating as a savings bank on April 15, 2015.
      Bank of Makati was first ranked as a savings bank in the June 2015 asset ranking. It was ranked No. 8, with 26.971 billion pesos in total assets.
      When it was still operating as a rural bank, it was No. 1 among all rural banks, in close competition with One Network Bank, the largest bank in Mindanao.

10*  When PNB Savings Bank was ranked No. 10 in the Sep 2014 ranking, its name was still Allied Savings Bank.
        Allied Savings Bank started operating as PNB Savings Bank in December 2014.

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