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Bank of Makati
Although it was built upon a five decade old institution bank of Makati is relatively a new organization and entirely a different entity in terms of ownership, management, character and vision. The bank started its operations on September 22, 1956 at J.P Rizal St in Makati. It was on 2006 when Bank of Makati achieved perhaps its greatest milestone when it reached the elite list of top 100o Corporation in the Philippines for that year., the first Rural Bank to do so.

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Bangko Mabuhay
It all started with a noble desire to meet the serious need for a banking institution in the municipality of Tanza, Cavite. Today, Bangko Mabuhay is the choice of Caviteños.  In 1970, the incorporators of Rural Bank of Tanza (Cavite), Inc. envisioned to provide basic banking services that included savings and loans.

The authority to organize a rural bank in Tanza, Cavite was given to the Bank on April 14, 1972, and was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on July 7, 1972.

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BPI Family Savings Bank
BPI Family Savings Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary and retail lending arm of the Bank of the Philippine Islands. It secured its position as market leader in consumer lending year on year through its various loan products.

As an enabler for those who are looking at acquiring their dream home, it's BPI Family Housing Loan continue to offer competitive pricing and flexible payment terms, thereby making home ownership easily accessible to more Filipino Families.

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EastWest Bank
EastWest Bank is a subsidiary of the Filinvest Development Corporation (FDC), the publicly listed holding company of the Filinvest Group that evolved from a consumer business founded by Andrew L. Gotianun, Sr. in 1955. FDC is one of the country's premier conglomerates, with business interests in real estate development, banking, hospitality & tourism, power-generation and the sugar business. Through the years, EastWest Bank has successfully capitalized on the financial strength and synergy from the business organizations under the Filinvest Group. At present, EastWest Bank has a total of 150 branches.

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Equicom Savings Bank
Equicom Savings Bank Inc. is a duly licensed thrift bank majority owned and controlled by Equicom Group and Mr. Antonio L. Go. Currently Equicom Savings Bank has its main office in Makati and sixteen other branches in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

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Land Bank of the Philippines
The Land Bank of the Philippines is a government financial institution that strikes a balance in fulfilling its social mandate of promoting countryside development while remaining financially viable. Today Land Bank is by far the largest formal credit institution in the rural areas. Its credit delivery system is able to penetrate a substantial percentage of country’s total number of municipalities.

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Malayan Bank
In Malayan Bank, we are committed to provide our customers with quality banking services through a balanced and maximized offering of Service, Yield, Security and Liquidity. As a savings bank, it is our dream to see all our clients reach greater heights in their respective industries.

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Philippine National Bank
The Philippine National Bank was established as a government-owned banking institution on July 22, 1916 with headquarters in the old Masonic Temple along Escolta, Manila. Its primary mandate was to provide financial services to Philippine industry and agriculture and support the government's economic development effort. PNB is the bank for the Filipino wherever he or she may be-- in the country's centers of commerce and industry, in the far reaches of the countryside, and even in many places across the globe."

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Philippine Veterans Bank
The idea to establish a veterans bank began in 1956 when the reparations agreement with Japan was concluded. It provided for payment by Japan to the Philippines the amount of US $20 million in cash, P5 million in capital goods and US $10 million in services.Republic Act 1789 or the Reparations Law, placed the cash reparations in a trust fund for the benefit of World War II veterans, their widows and orphans. This fund was meant to be invested into a bank that should service their needs, provide for their future, and harness their potential to once again serve the nation through a financial intermediary that they can truly call their own.

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Planters Development Bank
Planters Development Bank (Plantersbank) is a privately-owned and managed bank with a complete range of commercial banking products and services especially geared towards promoting the interest of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).The country's largest private development bank with total assets of P55 billion, capital of P4.8 billion and nationwide network of 70 branches.Nationally acclaimed as the Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). One of the top 250 among the Philippines Top 1,000 Corporations.

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Since opening its first branch on 26 September 1960, Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) has grown to become the country's second-largest thrift bank in terms of assets.

It is the first publicly listed thrift bank in the Philippines and belongs to the Metrobank Group, one of the largest financial conglomerates in the country with business interests in banking, financing, leasing, manufacturing, power generation, real estate and stock brokering.


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RCBC Savings Bank
Established in 1960, RCBC Savings Bank started as a small development bank in the humble province of Rizal. Today, RCBC firmly holds its place among the five largest private domestic commercial banks in the Philippines.
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The Real Bank
Established in 1976, Real Savings and Loan Association Inc. (RSLAI) started as a single-branch bank in Cainta, Rizal. It remained as such for more than fifteen years with minimal growth until the current group of owners led by Realty Developer Jose L. Acuzar took over in 1994. A new management came in headed by Jose G. Araullo as Chairman of the Board in 2003 and Alfredo S. Barretto as President in 2004.

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Sterling Bank of Asia
Sterling Bank of Asia is a new savings bank established in February, 2007 in response to the government's mandate to create specialized financial institutions that would support the development and growth of the small and medium enterprise sector. Sterling Bank offers a unique brand of service to its customers - "professional banking with a heart" - as depicted by the Bank's heart-shaped logo. It is thus a financial institution that one can trust with genuine concern for its customers.

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UnionBank is one of the leading universal banks in the country, formed by a partnership among the Aboitiz Group, Insular Life, and Social Security System. It has assets of Php275.9 billion and deposits of Php186 billion as of December 31, 2012. The Bank is among the industry’s best in key performance measures – absolute profit, cost-to-income ratio, return on equity, return on assets, revenue/expense ratios, market capitalization, and earnings per share.

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