Philippine Savings Bank (PSB)

Philippines
56.00
+1.00(+1.82%)
  • Volume:
    340
  • Bid/Ask:
    56.00/57.00
  • Day's Range:
    55.00 - 57.00

PSB Overview

Prev. Close
55
Day's Range
55-57
Revenue
8.71B
Open
55
52 wk Range
50.2-77
EPS
3.61
Volume
340
Market Cap
24.33B
Dividend (Yield)
3.00
(5.45%)
Average Vol. (3m)
3,187
P/E Ratio
15.25
Beta
0.1
1-Year Change
0%
Shares Outstanding
426,859,416
Next Earnings Date
Aug 08, 2022
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Philippine Savings Bank Company Profile

Philippine Savings Bank Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
2683

Philippine Savings Bank primarily engages in savings and mortgage banking activities in the Philippines. It operates through Consumer Banking, Corporate Banking, Branch Banking, and Treasury segments. The company provides savings and checking accounts, and time deposits. It also offers auto loans, home loans, home credit lines, home construction loans, and flexi personal loans; and business loans comprising SME business credit lines, SME credit lines, SME term loans, standby credit line certification, and domestic bills purchase lines. In addition, the company provides investment products and services consisting of money market funds, investor management accounts, escrow services, personal management trust, and employee benefit/retirement fund management; insurance products and services; credit, prepaid, and debit cards; e-banking services; and bills payment collection and remittance services, as well as treasury, trust, and trading services. As of December 31, 2021, it had a total of 250 branches and 547 ATMs. The company was incorporated in 1959 and is based in Makati City, the Philippines. Philippine Savings Bank is a subsidiary of Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company.

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