Tag: top banks in the Philippines

Top Banks in the Philippines, by Assets, March 2014

There are now two trillionaire Philippine banks — BDO and Metrobank. BDO first surpassed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark in June 2011 — more than 2 years before Metrobank did in September 2013. PNB got into the Top 5 list in the first quarter of 2013 after completing its merger with sister company Allied Bank in February […]

17 Top Banks in the Philippines, by Assets, Dec 2013

There are now two trillionaire Philippine banks — BDO and Metrobank. BDO first surpassed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark in June 2011 — more than 2 years before Metrobank did in September 2013. PNB broke into the Top 5 list in the first quarter of 2013 after completing its merger with sister company Allied Bank in February […]

17 Top Banks in the Philippines, by Assets, September 2013

Finally, Metrobank surpassed the one-trillion-peso asset mark! Now there are two trillionaire Philippine banks — BDO and Metrobank. When are BPI, Landbank and PNB are going to catch up? BDO first surpassed the one-trillion-peso-asset mark back in June 2011 — more than 2 years before any other Philippine bank did. PNB broke into the Top […]

Top Banks in the Philippines, by Capital, Mar 2013

Here are the top banks in the Philippines, based on capital, as of March 2013. RANK   BANK CAPITAL    RANK MARCH BILLION    DEC 2013 PESOS 2012 TOP 16 1 BDO 173.866 1 2 METROBANK 122.189 2 3 BPI 100.231 3 4 LANDBANK   91.260 4 5 PNB   80.105 10 6 UNION BANK   48.229 5 7 RCBC   47.644 […]

Top Banks, by ROE as of March 2013

ROE shows level of profitability  (Kumikita ba ang capital?) ROE means Return on Equity. ROE = Net Income After Tax divided by Average Capital Average Capital = sum of total capital amounts for two years divided by 2 BPI and METROBANK increased their ROE rates.  Siguro naman puede nang dagdagan ang mga tellers para hindi […]

Top Banks in the Philippines, ROE Sep 2012

ROE means Return on Equity ROE is the ratio of net profit to average capital ROE = net income divided by shareholders equity We like our banks to gain profits so they can continue to operate and grow successfully through generations. But we also like them to balance profitability with humanity. Sabi nga nila: MODERATE […]