Top Savings Banks, by Assets, Dec 2015

Here are the TOP 17 SAVINGS BANKS in the Philippines,
based on Total Assets as of December 2015.

RANK                      BANK ASSETS RANK
DECEMBER BILLION         SEPTEMBER
2015 PESOS 2015
 
 1. BPI Family 266.379 1
 2. PSBank 168.181 2
 3. RCBC Savings   92.809 3
 4. Philippine Business   65.890 4
 5. City Savings   65.258 5
 6. Planters Development   49.883 6
 7. Sterling Bank   30.734 7
 8. Bank of Makati   27.916 8
 9. China Bank Savings   27.253 10
 10. HSBC Savings   22.947 9
11. PNB Savings   22.667 11
12. First Consolidated   14.860 13
13. UCPB Savings   14.787 12
14. BPI Direct Savings   13.791 14
15. Philippine Postal   12.074 16
16. PR Savings   11.358 15
17. Producers Savings   10.596 17
 
No. 18 to
No. 38
18. Equicom Savings   7.676 19
19. Wealth Development   7.245 20
20. Malayan Bank Savings   7.045 18
21. 1st Valley Bank   6.919 21
22. Luzon Development   5.553 22
23. Citystate Savings   4.959 23
24. Penbank   2.852 24
25. CARD SME Bank   2.377 28
26. TongYang Savings   2.100 35
27. Enterprise Bank   2.055 26
28. United Overseas   2.011 25
29. Legazpi Savings   1.947 27
30. Queen City Development   1.888 29
31. Optimum Development   1.607 30
32. ComSavings Bank   1.573 31
33. Bank One Savings   1.469 34
34. Hiyas Banking   1.465 32
35. Century Savings   1.416 33
36. Dumaguete City Development         1.272 37
37. Isla Bank   1.268 36
38 Merchants Savings and Loan Assn   1,019 41

Ranking of Smaller Savings Banks (With Less Than 10 Billion Pesos)
           No, 39 to No.

Notes:

 —  PNB Savings Bank is formerly Allied Savings Bank.
 —  Security Bank Savings, formerly Premiere Development Bank, was acquired by its parent Security Bank in 2015.
 —  Bank of Makati, formerly the No. 1 rural bank in the country,
       started operating as a thrift bank in April 2015.
 —  TongYang Savings Bank moved up by 9 levels, from No. 35 to No.26, over the quarter.
      TongYang Savings, formerly Orion Savings Bank, was acquired by Taiwanese bank
       Yuanta Commercial Bank. Yuanta was the fifth foreign bank that invested in the Philippines                 following the enactment of the banking liberalization law in 2014.

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