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Last $77.90 PHP
Change Today -0.20 / -0.26%
Volume 365.2K
As of 3:29 AM 03/27/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

philippine national bank (PNB) Snapshot

Open
$78.15
Previous Close
$78.10
Day High
$78.25
Day Low
$77.90
52 Week High
05/8/14 - $94.95
52 Week Low
12/18/14 - $76.50
Market Cap
97.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
269.8K
EPS TTM
$2.72
Shares Outstanding
1.2B
EX-Date
05/2/97
P/E TM
28.6x
Dividend
--
Dividend Yield
--
Current Stock Chart for PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK (PNB)

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philippine national bank (PNB) Details

Philippine National Bank provides banking and other financial services. It offers various commercial banking services, including deposit-taking, lending, trade financing, bills discounting, foreign exchange dealing, investment banking, fund transfers/remittance servicing, retail banking, and trust services. The company also provides savings and checking, foreign currency deposit, and direct deposit accounts, as well as safe deposit box services; life and non-life insurance products; housing and automobile loans; credit cards; eBanking; and asset management services. In addition, it invests in debt securities issued by the Philippine government, or companies; and offers peso treasury bills and bonds, investment fund solutions, personal trust accounts, investment management, advisory/consultancy services, and estate planning services. Further, the company provides cash management solutions, such as account, liquidity, payments, and collections management; and long-term and short-term loans, revolving credit line, Omnibus line, Peso/FX convertible credit line, discounting line, and domestic bills purchased line, as well as loans for startup projects, expansion projects, rehabilitation, and relocation projects. Additionally, it offers trade services, letters of credit, documentary collections under open account, documents against acceptance/payment, guarantees in the form of standby L/Cs, collection of custom duties and taxes, advisory services, and structured trade finance services; sugar loan programs; loans to local government units, and small business loan programs. As of December 31, 2013, the company provided its services through its 655 domestic branches. It serves corporate, middle-market, and retail customers, as well as national government and local government units, government-owned and controlled corporations, and various government agencies. Philippine National Bank was founded in 1916 and is based in Pasay City, the Philippines.

Founded in 1916

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philippine national bank (PNB) Key Developments

Philippine National Bank Announces Unaudited Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2014

Philippine National Bank announced unaudited earnings results for the year ended December 31, 2014. For the year, the company's profit was at PHP 5.6 billion, 10% lower than 2013's PHP 6.2 billion. This is largely due to higher trading gains last year. Net interest income was 19% higher year-on-year to PHP 16.9 billion on the back of lower costs, coupled with the growth in loans. The company's attributable net income was PHP 2.4 billion.

Philippine National Bank Approves Retirement of Zacarias E. Gallardo, Jr. as Senior Vice President

The Board of Directors of Philippine National Bank approved the retirement of Mr. Zacarias E. Gallardo, Jr., First Senior Vice President, on December 31, 2014, and his engagement as a consultant of the bank effective on January 1, 2015.

Government Likely To Sell Stake In UCPB

The Government’s stake, currently held by the Presidential Commission on Good Government could proceed with the sale of its 72.2% stake in United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB). Finance Undersecretary Jose Emmanuel P. Reverente said the Government is determined to privatize UCPB but a number of concerns like how the proceeds would be distributed given the different claims of various farmer groups need to be addressed. UCPB has attracted the attention of both foreign and local investors including Philippine National Bank (PSE:PNB), BDO Unibank, Inc. (PSE:BDO), UnionBank of the Philippines (PSE:UBP) and EastWest Banking Corporation (PSE:EW).

 

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Valuation PNB Industry Range
Price/Earnings 31.7x
Price/Sales 4.1x
Price/Book 1.0x
Price/Cash Flow 34.7x
TEV/Sales 1.0x
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