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Banks

  1. 1. BANKS a. GovernmentOwned b. Private-Owned
  2. 2. What is a Universal Bank? “A universal bank has the same powers as a commercial bank with the following additional powers: the powers of an investment house as provided in existing laws and the power to invest in non-allied enterprises ” TYPES a. GovernmentOwned b. Private-Owned
  3. 3. Government-Owned Local Universal Banks Al-Amanah Islamic Bank traces its roots to the Philippine Amanah Bank, established by President Ferdinand Marcos. Headquartered in Zamboanga City, Philippines . Managed by Jaime F. Panganiban, Chairman and CEO
  4. 4. Government-Owned Local Universal Banks The Development Bank of the Philippines (by its initials, DBP, is a state and owned development bank. It is the 7th-largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets, and is the second-largest government-owned bank, next only to LandBank.
  5. 5. Government-Owned Local Universal Banks Landbank or by its initials, LBP, is owned by the Philippine government with a special focus on serving the needs of farmers and fisherman. Landbank is the 4th largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets and is the largest governmentowned bank.
  6. 6. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Allied Bank, formally known as Allied Banking Corporation, is one of the largest banks in the Philippines ranking tenth in terms of assets. The business tycoon, Lucio Tan, is the Chairman .
  7. 7. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Banco de Oro Unibank, Inc. It is now the largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets, loans and deposits. The bank is the product of the Banco de Oro-Equitable PCI Bank merger after the boards of both Banco de Oro Universal Bank and Equitable PCI Bank agreed to merge on December 27, 2006.
  8. 8. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Bank of the Philippine Islands Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) is the oldest bank in the Philippines still in operation and is the country's third largest bank in the country in terms of assets, the country's largest bank in terms of market capitalization, and the country's most profitable bank. It is owned by the Ayala Corporation - the largest conglomerate in the Philippines
  9. 9. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks China Banking Corporation known publicly as China Bank is Philippines' fourth largest universal bank by market capitalization. Established in 1920, it is the first privately-owned commercial bank in the Philippines.
  10. 10. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company commonly known as Metrobank. It has a diverse offering of financial services, from regular banking to insurance. Metrobank is the second largest bank in the country.
  11. 11. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Philippine National Bank (PNB) is one of the largest banks in the Philippines, ranking fourth in terms of assets. PNB became the first universal bank in the Philippines in 1980 It was privatized in 1989.
  12. 12. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation is managed by Yuchengco Family. It is the Philippines' fifthlargest bank by assets . It is licensed to operate for both commercial and investment banking.
  13. 13. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Security you can bank on Security Bank, more formally known as Security Bank Corporation, is one of the largest commercial banks in the Philippines. It is one of the twenty largest banks in the Philippines in terms of assets.
  14. 14. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks Union Bank of the Philippines UnionBank, is one of the largest banks in the Philippines, ranking seventh in terms of assets after its successful merger with smaller competitor International Exchange Bank. It is one of the most stable Philippine banks and is the host bank of the E-Card accounts of the members of the GSIS.
  15. 15. Private-Owned Local Universal Banks New Logo Old Logo The United Coconut Planters Bank, more popularly known by its initials, UCPB, or by its old name, Cocobank, is one of the largest banks in the Philippines, ranking within the top twenty banks in the Philippines in terms of assets. The bank, owing to its name, caters heavily to coconut farmers, but also serves a wide-ranging clientele.
  16. 16. What is a Commercial Bank? “ In addition to having the powers of a thrift bank, a commercial bank has the power to accept drafts and issue letters of credit; discount and negotiate promissory notes, drafts, bills of exchange, and other evidences of debt; accept or create demand deposits; receive other types of deposits and deposit substitutes; buy and sell foreign exchange and gold or silver bullion; acquire marketable bonds and other debt securities; and extend credit”. TYPES a. Local Commercial b. Foreign
  17. 17. Local Commercial Banks
  18. 18. Foreign Commercial Banks
  19. 19. In Summary The Philippines has a comprehensive banking system encompassing various types of banks, from large universal banks to small rural banks and even non-banks. At present, there are 17 universal banks, 23 commercial banks, 84 thrift banks, 711 rural banks, 44 credit unions and 12 non-banks with quasi-banking functions, all licensed with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.

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