Top Universal/Commercial Banks in the Philippines, Dec 2015

Here are the Top Universal/Commercial Banks in the Philippines,  based on Total Assets as of December 31, 2015.

 Top Commercial/Universal Banks in the Philippines

RANK       BANK TOTAL ASSETS RANK
DEC in BILLION    SEP
2015 PESOS 2015
1 BDO 1,943.495 1
2 METROBANK 1,461.169 2
3 BPI 1,241.654 3
4 LANDBANK 1,197.660 4
5 PNB   628.971 5
6 SECURITY BANK   532.985 6
7 DBP   508.464 7
8 CHINABANK   454.853 9
9 RCBC   432.025 8
10 UNION BANK   375.940 10
11 CITIBANK   274.512 11
12 UCBP   271.600 12
13 EASTWEST   228.357 13
14 HSBC   171.798 14
15 AUB   151.364 15
16 PHILTRUST   136.147 16
17 BANCOM   136.027 17
No. 18 to
No. 35
18 MAYBANK    87.864 18
19 PBCOM    75.094 19
20 BANK of TOKYO    60.822 21
21 STANDARD CHARTERED    56.814 20
22 ROBINSONS BANK    55.842 24
23 BDO PRIVATE    51.667 28
24 VETERANS    50.738 25
25 MIZUHO    46.446 29
26 DEUTSCHE BANK    45.336 22
27 JP MORGAN CHASE    39.625 26
28 ANZ    38.408 23
29 CTBC PHILS    30.594 30
30 ING BANK    22.858 27
31 BANK OF AMERICA    17.278 31
32 BANK OF CHINA    16.003 32
33 MEGA ICB    13.279 34
34 SUMITOMO MITSUI    13.132 33
35 BANGKOK BANK    11.467 35
No. 36 to
No. 40
36 KOREA EXCHANGE    7.391 36
37 INDUSTRIAL BANK of KOREA    2.460
38 SHINHAN BANK    2.370
39 CATHAY UNITED    2.206
40 AL-AMANAH    0.779 37

Three New Banks in the Ranking, all with more than 2 billion pesos in total assets:
No. 37    Industrial Bank of Korea
No. 38    Shinhan Bank
No. 39    Cathay United Bank

Four Trillionaire Banks:
BDO passed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark in June 2011
Metrobank  —  in September 2013
BPI  —  in June 2014
Landbank  —  in December 2014

Biggest Philippine Banks, by Assets as of March 2016

Here below are the Top Universal/Commercial Banks in the Philippines based on Total Assets as of June 30, 2015.

Ranking of the 36 Commercial/Universal Banks in the Philippines

There are 4 trillionaire banks in the country:
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.

Which will be the fifth bank to join these 4 trillionaire banks?

RANK BANK TOTAL ASSETS in RANK
JUNE BILLION    JUNE
2015 PESOS 2014
1 BDO  1,830.949 1
2 METROBANK  1,365.379 2
3 BPI  1,159.179 3
4 LANDBANK  1,090.571 4
5 PNB     599.182 5
6 DBP     463.047 6
7 SECURITY BANK     442.467 8
8 CHINABANK     411.786 7
9 RCBC     394.469 9
10 UNION BANK     306.314 10
11 CITIBANK     256.930 11
12 UCBP     255.828 12
13 EASTWEST     199.020 14
14 HSBC     185.445 13
15 PHILTRUST     129.037 15
16 AUB     128.974 17
17 BANCOM     101.678 16
No. 18 to
No. 33
18 MAYBANK    82.777 19
19 PBCOM    72.001 21
20 STANDARD CHARTERED    66.231 18
21 BANK of TOKYO    58.055 25
22 VETERANS    54.392 24
23 ROBINSONS BANK    51.611 26
24 DEUTSCHE BANK    50.504 20
25 ANZ    49.118 22
26 JP MORGAN CHASE    47.452 23
27 MIZUHO    41.727 29
28 ING BANK    40.089 28
29 BDO PRIVATE    38.714 27
30 CTBC PHILS    28.713 30
31 BANK OF CHINA    15.484 32
32 BANK OF AMERICA    13.859 31
33 MEGA ICB    11.668 33
No. 34 to
No. 36
34 KOREA EXCHANGE    7.884 34
35 BANGKOK BANK    7.532 35
36 AL-AMANAH    0.773 36

Top Banks, by Assets, as of December 2015
Top Thrift Banks, by Assets as of December 2015
Top Commercial/Universal Banks, based on Total Assets as of June 2014

There are now three trillionaire Philippine banks — BDO, Metrobank and BPI. 
Finally, BPI has joined BDO and Metrobank in their 3-member-only trillionaire club.

Landbank will most likely be the next.

BDO first surpassed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark in June 2011 — more than 2 years before Metrobank did in September 2013.
And Metrobank surpassed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark 9 months before BPI did in June 2014.

PNB got into the Top 5 list in the first quarter of 2013 after completing its merger with sister company Allied Bank in February 2013.

Here below are the TOP 17 Universal/Commercial Banks — Banks with Over One Hundred Billion in Total Assets as of June 2014

RANK BANK ASSETS in RANK
JUNE 2014 BILLION
PESOS   
MAR 2014
1 BDO 1,640.834 1
2 METROBANK 1,184.419 2
3 BPI 1,075.175 3
4 LANDBANK    942.054 4
5 PNB    554.974 5
6 DBP    420.856 6
7 CHINABANK    389.413 7
8 SECURITY BANK 377.215 9
9 RCBC    358.895 10
10 UNION BANK 329.114 8
11 CITIBANK    282.911 11
12 UCBP    246.239 12
13 HSBC    191.078 13
14 EASTWEST 151.225 14
15 PHILTRUST 123.120 15
16 BANCOM    118.227 16
17 AUB    110.686 17
No. 18 to No. 33
18 STANDARD CHARTERED  74.610 19
19 MAYBANK  71.304 20
20 DEUTSCHE BANK  69.479 18
21 PBCOM  63.743 21
22 ANZ  59.693 24
23 JP MORGAN CHASE  58.713 25
24 VETERANS  57.054 23
25 BANK of TOKYO  56.423 22
26 ROBINSONS BANK  49.915 26
27 BDO PRIVATE  40.289 27
28 ING BANK  34.452 28
29 MIZUHO  33.948 29
30 CTBC  26.917 30
31 BANK OF AMERICA  18.611 31
32 BANK OF CHINA  15.616 34
33 MEGA ICB  11.419 33
No. 34 to No. 36
34 KOREA EXCHANGE  8.347 32
35 BANGKOK BANK   6.568 35
36 AL-AMANAH   0.651 36

Notes:

1.  Union Bank fell by 2 places, from No. 8 to No. 10
2.  Deutsche Bank fell by 2 places, from No. 18 to No. 20
3.  ANZ moved up by 2 places, from No. 24 to No. 22
4.  The Bank of Tokyo fell down by 3 places, from No. 22 to No. 25
5.  JP Morgan moved up by 2 places, from No. 25 to No. 23
6.  Bank of China moved up by 2 places, from No. 34 to No. 32
7.  Metrobank first surpassed the one-trillion-asset mark in the 3rd quarter last year (July to September 2013).
8.  CTBC Bank (Philippines) Corp. is the new name of Chinatrust (Philippines) Commercial Bank Corp. Name change took effect in November 2013.  Its parent holding company, Taiwan’s most awarded bank, CTBC Financial Holding Co., Ltd.  was formerly named Chinatrust Financial Holding Co. Ltd.
9.  PNB was 6th in total assets in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters of 2012. After acquiring Allied Bank in February 2013, it moved up to No. 5
10.  Allied Savings Bank, the thrift subsidiary of Allied Bank, is now the thrift subsidiary of PNB.
11.  Asia United Bank Corp. expanded from a commercial bank to a universal bank on February 28, 2013.

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