Company Overview of Development Bank of the Philippines
Development Bank of the Philippines provides various banking products and services to the agricultural and industrial enterprises in the Philippines. The company’s deposit products include current and savings accounts, and time deposits. It also offers investment banking services, such as financial packaging/investment design for debt/equity, financial advisory and investment consultancy, securities/debt underwriting/issue management, structured finance/loan syndication, and program/project development and management. In addition, the company provides development financing for infrastructure and logistics sectors; environmental initiatives; social services and community development; and micr...
Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue Corner Makati Avenue
Founded in 1947
Key Executives for Development Bank of the Philippines
Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President, Chairman of Credit Committee, Chairman of Asset & Liability Management Committee, Vice Chairman of Executive Committee, Member of IT Governance Committee and Member of Trust Committee
Chief Financial Officer, Head of Financial Resource Sector and Executive Vice President
Vice President of Accounting
Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President
Chief Legal Counsel and Senior Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Development Bank of the Philippines Key Developments
Development Bank of the Philippines Announces Earnings Results for the Year 2015; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year 2016
Mar 21 16
Development Bank of the Philippines announced earnings results for the year 2015. For the year, the bank said it raked in PHP 4.7 billion in net income, up from PHP 4.6 billion it made in 2014, despite difficult market conditions. Its revenues likewise consistently increased up by PHP 1.9 billion in 2015 to breach the PHP 21.5 billion mark driven by the expansion of interest on loans from its core lending business.
For 2016, the bank is looking to further expand its net income from the slightly higher profits seen in 2015, which was driven by the continued expansion of its main businesses.
Development Bank of the Philippines Seeks Sale Of Al-Amanah Islamic
Feb 4 16
Development Bank of the Philippines is seeking sale of Al-Amanah Islamic Investment Bank of The Philippines. Development Bank of the Philippines has expressed its plans to privatize the Islamic bank, but this has not been carried out since. "We are approving its balance sheet, but the target really is to attract foreign equity partners or to privatize it in other words. That's the direction," Isidro A. Sobrecarey, Chairman of Al- Amanah Bank, said in a recent interview. Isidro A. Sobrecarey said that while the DBP can opt to carry out the sale of Al-Amanah Bank by themselves, having an Islamic banking regime in place would "attract more prospective investors." When asked about the plans of the central bank on Al-Amanah Bank, Amando M. Tetangco, Jr., Governor of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, said that they found it best to leave it to the Legislative to decide how the government will go about the planned sale, as well as on how the state will accommodate Islamic-based banking activities.
Government To Pursue MRT-3 Buy-Out
Jan 26 16
Department of Transportation and Communications, Philippines (DOTC) is scheduled to meet the Department of Finance in February 2016 to discuss the planned equity value buy-out of the Metro Rail Transit Line 3. DOTC needs the approval of the Department of Finance and of government financial institutions Land Bank of the Philippines (Landbank) and Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP). Landbank and the DBP hold an 80% economic interest in Metro Rail Transit Corporation. Private shareholders led by MRT Holdings II Inc. have a 100% stake in Metro Rail Transit Corporation.
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