PSBankPhilippine Savings Bank (Philippines)
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Our customer-centric and technology-driven approach is a blueprint that will help us prepare for the future,' PSBank president Jose Vicente Alde said.
"This is solid proof of the trust placed in PSBank as an institution as well as the confidence of the market in the various business initiatives we have been undertaking to further the growth of the bank," Alde said.
Emmanuel Tuazon, PSBank SVP and head of Marketing and Customer Experience Group, said, 'Today's time-pressed clients need to think of smart, effective ways to keep their finances in order.
7 February 2011 - Philippine Rating Services (PhilRatings) said on Friday it had rated the Tier II notes of Philippine Savings Bank (PSE:PSB), or PSBank, at PRS Aaa.
Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) (PSB.PH), Philippines' second largest thrift bank by assets and a unit of Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company (MBT.PH), is expecting its net profit to increase to a record high of PHP2bn (USD45.7m) in 2011, Dow Jones has reported citing the bank's chief finance officer.
With this development, PSBank s president Pascual Garcia III said he's confident that the bank would meet its full-year net income target of P1.4 billion, up from P1.2 billion in 2009.
PSBank president Jose Vicente Alde said: 'We express gratitude to all our partners for making our first-ever bond issuance a success.
According to Philippine Rating Services Corporation (PhilRatings), PSBank is considered a significant player in the domestic consumer market, with growth spurred by auto and mortgage loans.
THE Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) posted a flat growth year-on-year as its net income for 2018 amounted to P2.7 billion, the same figure it recorded in 2017.
Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) (PSB.PH) has reported a net profit of PHP2.02bn (USD47m) in 2011, up 12 percent from PHP1.81bn in 2010.
Philippine Savings Bank (PSBank) (PSB.PH), a unit of Philippines' second-largest bank by assets Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co (MBT.PH), has reported that its net profit for the third quarter has increased to PHP724m (USD16.7m) from PHP270.5m in the year-earlier period.
5 October 2010 - Philippine Rating Services (PhilRatings) upgraded on Tuesday to PRS Aaa from PRS Aa+ the rating on the PHP2bn (USD45.6m/EUR33.3m) unsecured subordinated debt of local Philippine Savings Bank (PSE:PSB), or PSBank.