When sending cash remittances or wire transfer from abroad to an account with BDO, BPI, Metrobank, Landbank, DBP, or any other Philippine bank, you’ll surely need the SWIFT Code of the bank.
Good thing is, you can find all the SWIFT Codes you need in this list!
Make sure you’re using the right bank code because if you provide the wrong digits, your remittance will not be delivered. Worse, you might even get charged some fee for incorrect numbers or typo mistakes in the transaction.
I remember one time when I was still working abroad and I sent a wire transfer to my family in the Philippines. I used the wrong Swift Code (which I got from some apparently unreliable source on the internet) but the remittance bank accepted the money transfer transaction. I was told the remittance will be sent in 2-3 days and I thought everything would be fine.
But 3 days later, my family in the Philippines said the money was still not yet deposited to their bank account. The very next day, I went to the remittance bank to inquire and that’s when they told me that the money transfer did not go through! They told me the wire transfer was rejected because I provided the wrong Swift Code. Worse, they charged me $10 for that failed transaction!
I got the Swift Code from some website before and, unfortunately, it was unreliable and just plain wrong. So don’t make that same mistake.
That’s why we made this list — containing bank Swift Codes or BIC of financial institutions in the Philippines — which we personally and individually verified to be correct, so that you won’t have to experience the same mistake I did!
Check out below the complete, accurate, and most updated list of SWIFT codes for banks and financial institutions in the Philippines!
What’s a SWIFT Code?
SWIFT codes are unique identification numbers assigned to a bank or a financial institution around the world.
The acronym SWIFT stands for the “Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication”, an organization that provides a network for institutions worldwide to send and receive information about financial transactions.
SWIFT code is the popular term for the Bank Identifier Code (BIC). These codes are typically used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international remittances and wire transfers, and also for the exchange of messages between banks.
A typical BIC or SWIFT Code consists of 8 or 11 characters. The 8-digit code usually refers to the Headquarters or Head Office of the bank, while the 11-digit code is intended for a specific unit or branch of the bank.
The format of the 8-digit or 11-digit SWIFT code (or BIC) typically means:
- First 4 letters – Bank Code
- Next 2 letters – Country Code
- Next 2 characters – Location Code (may consist of letters and numbers)
- Last 3 characters – Branch Code (these characters are optional; may consist of letters and numbers; if “XXX” is used, the BIC / Swift Code refers to the Main Branch or Head Office)
Majority of international banks adopt and use SWIFT codes for interbank messages and wire transfers. According to the SWIFT Network website, they connect more than 11,000 banks, financial institutions, and corporate customers spanning 200 countries and territories worldwide.
What is BIC (Business Identifier Code)?
The BIC (Business Identifier Code), previously called “Bank Identifier Codes”, is just another name for SWIFT Codes. It started in Brussels, Belgium in 1973, initially supported by 200+ banks, but have now grown to more than 11,000 partners worldwide in the SWIFT network.
As explained above, the BIC or SWIFT code generally comprises of 8 characters. The extended code of 11 characters, meanwhile, enables payments to be directed to a specific office, branch, or unit of the institution.
The BIC or SWIFT Code is typically the default code needed to facilitate wire transfers. If you’re asked to provide a wire transfer code — and it doesn’t explicitly refer to IBAN or ABA or Fedwire — you’ll be safe using the SWIFT code.
Refer to our tables below for the complete list of SWIFT Codes used by banks in the Philippines.
Swift Code vs. IBAN, ABA, Fedwire?
At first glance, all these codes sound confusing but the BIC, IBAN, ABA, or Fedwire are mere codes typically used by banks to communicate to each other in order to facilitate payments and transfers of money.
Are IBAN and ABA the same? How different are they from BIC or Fedwire? More importantly, when and where is each number used? We explain their differences in detail below.
What is IBAN (International Bank Account Number)?
The IBAN (International Bank Account Number) is currently the standard for payment codes among banks within the European Union (EU), although other non-European countries have also recently started to adopt it including countries in the Middle East and in the Caribbean. As of 2016, more than 69 countries primarily in Europe are using the IBAN numbering system.
The IBAN may consist of up to 34 alphanumeric characters containing all routing information needed to process a payment from one bank to another. This routing code contains key bank account details, such as:
- Country code – two (2) characters
- Check digits – two (2) numbers, which can be validated by the bank to confirm the check’s integrity before payment processing;
- Basic Bank Account Number (BBAN) – up to 30 alphanumeric characters, which contain the branch code (also called sort codes) identifying the specific branch receiving the payment and the beneficiary’s account number
What’s the IBAN of Philippine banks? Since the IBAN is primarily used in Europe, banks in the Philippines do NOT use and do NOT have IBAN numbers.
What is Fedwire?
Fedwire (also called the Federal Reserve Wire Network) is a real-time funds transfer system used by Federal Reserve Banks in the United States to electronically settle payments among member institutions within the same day. It is operated by member banks of the US Federal Reserve, allowing real-time payments among Fed banks and other participating institutions. The participating institutions must be depository financial institutions in the US which maintain an account with the Federal Reserve.
What’s the Fedwire number of Philippine banks? Philippine banks do NOT have Fedwire numbers since the Fedwire is primarily used only by American banks transacting with the US Federal Reserve.
What is ABA Routing Transit Number?
The ABA Routing Number or Routing Transit Number (RTN) was developed by the American Bankers Association (ABA) in the United States and consists of nine (9) digits which identify the bank or financial institution responsible for the payment or settlement of a check.
The ABA Routing Number typically appears at the bottom of negotiable instruments, including checks, to identify the bank where the check payment will be drawn. In recent years, the ABA RTNs have evolved to identify not only the bank which will settle the check, but also also participants in electronic funds transfer, automated clearing houses (ACH), and online banking.
What’s the ABA Routing Number of Philippine banks? As you can expect, banks in the Philippines do NOT use ABA Routing Transit Numbers (RTN) since ABA is for the exclusive use of American banks maintaining an account with the US Federal Reserve.
But if you’re looking for the BIC Number or Bank Routing Symbol Transit Numbers (BRSTN) or SWIFT codes of Philippine banks, you’re in the right place so just check out our comprehensive and complete list below to find out what these are for your bank!
Wait, I can’t find the SWIFT Code of my bank branch in the list below! If you’re unable to find the SWIFT Code or BIC Number for the specific branch of your bank, regardless if your branch is located in Luzon, Visayas, or Mindanao, you simply need to use the provided SWIFT code of the Main Branch and the wire transfer will still go through to your intended branch.
I tried this before, my recipient’s bank account is with BDO and the branch is in the province, and I can’t find the BIC Number or Swift Code of that branch (because they have none!). So I just used the BDO Main Branch Swift Code, which is BNORPHMM, and yes the remittance got processed!
What is BRSTN or Routing Numbers (Upwork or Paypal)?
What about the BRSTN code or Bank Routing Symbol Transit Number? If you’re using Upwork and it’s asking for the BRSTN or Routing Number, you’ll have to use the following Philippine Bank BRSTN which is similar with the Paypal Bank Code required in Paypal bank transactions.
We checked with Upwork and the following BRSTN or Routing Nos. should be used. As for Paypal, these are the Bank Codes to use as well.
|Philippine Bank||BRSTN / Bank Code|
|Banco De Oro (BDO)||010530667|
|Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)||010040018|
|BPI Family Savings Bank (same as BPI)||010040018|
|Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP)||010590018|
|East-West Banking Corp. (East West Bank)||010620014|
|Landbank of the Philippines (Land Bank)||010350025|
|Metropolitan Bank & Trust Co. (Metrobank)||010269996|
|Philippine Bank of Communications (PBCom)||010110016|
|Philippine National Bank (PNB)||010080010|
|Rizal Commercial Banking Corp. (RCBC)||010280014|
|Security Bank Corporation||010140015|
|Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank)||010419995|
|United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB)||010299995|
|Asia United Bank (AUB)||011020011|
|Australia - New Zealand Bank (ANZ)||010700015|
|Bangkok Bank Public Co., Ltd.||010670019|
|Bank of America||010120019|
|Bank of China||011140014|
|Bank of Commerce||010440016|
|Bank of Tokyo||010460012|
|China Banking Corporation (China Bank)||010100013|
|Chinatrust Bank Corp. (CTBC)||010690015|
|Equicom Savings Bank||010960017|
|Hongkong and Shanghai Bank (HSBC)||010060014|
|JP Morgan Chase Bank||010720011|
|KEB Hana Bank||010710018|
|Mizuho Corporate Bank||010640010|
|Philippine Trust Company (PhilTrust)||010090039|
|Philippine Veterans Bank||010330016|
|Standard Chartered Bank||010050011|
|Sumitomo Mitsui Bank||011280013|
|United Overseas Bank (UOB)||010270341|
Again, if you cannot find the Routing Number below for your branch of account, what you’ll have to use is the BRSTN of the Head Office or Main Branch of the bank. For more details about using BRSTN in Upwork or the Bank Code in Paypal, check out the article VERIFIED: Upwork BRSTN and Paypal Bank Code.
WARNING! The numbers above are BRSTN or Bank Codes for use particularly in Paypal or in Upwork. For money transfer transactions that require SWIFT Code or BIC Number, refer to the tables below.
BDO – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
What’s the SWIFT Code of Banco de Oro (BDO)? The BDO SWIFT Code is BNORPHMM.
If you’re looking for the SWIFT code of a specific branch of BDO and it is not shown below, what you simply need to use is the Head Office BDO SWIFT Code: BNORPHMM.
|Banco de Oro (BDO)||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|BANCO DE ORO (BDO)||MANILA - Main Branch (Head Office)||BNORPHMM|
|BDO ELITE SAVINGS BANK, INC.||TAGUIG CITY||BDESPHM1|
|BDO SECURITIES CORPORATION||MAKATI CITY||BDSCPHM1|
|BDO NOMURA SECURITIES, INC.||MAKATI||BNSCPHM1|
|BDO PRIVATE BANK INC.||MANILA||BOPBPHMM|
|BANCO DE ORO SAVINGS BANK, INC.||MAKATI||ORSIPHM1|
BPI – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
What’s the SWIFT Code of Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)? The BPI SWIFT Code is BOPIPHMM.
What about a specific branch of BPI? There’s actually none, because there’s only one SWIFT Code for the entire bank and that’s the Head Office BPI SWIFT Code, which is BOPIPHMM.
However, for BPI Family Savings Bank, the SWIFT Code is BPFSPHM1.
For other companies of BPI, check out their SWIFT Codes below.
|Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|BANK OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS (BPI)||MANILA - Main Branch (Head Office)||BOPIPHMM|
|BPI TREASURY GROUP||MANILA - TREASURY GROUP||BOPIPHMMTRY|
|BPI CAPITAL CORP.||MANILA||BPAPPHM1|
|BPI CARD FINANCE||MANILA||BPCNPHM1|
|BPI FAMILY BANK||MANILA||BPFFPHM1|
|BPI FAMILY SAVINGS BANK||MAKATI||BPFSPHM1|
|BPI GLOBE BANKO INC.||MAKATI CITY||BPGOPHM1|
|BPI SECURITIES CORP.||MANILA||BPISPHM1|
|BPI LEASING CORPORATION||MANILA||BPLIPHM1|
Metrobank – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
What’s the SWIFT Code of Metrobank? It’s MBTCPHMM.
If you’re looking for the SWIFT code of a specific branch of Metropolitan Bank and Trust Co. (Metrobank) and it is not shown below, what you still need to use is the Head Office Metrobank SWIFT Code: MBTCPHMM. There’s no other SWIFT Code for a specific branch of Metrobank.
But for the SWIFT Code of Metrobank Card Corp., use MCCEPHM1.
|Metrobank||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|METROBANK (METROPOLITAN BANK & TRUST CO.)||MANILA - Main Branch (Head Office)||MBTCPHMM|
|METROBANK CARD CORPORATION (A FINANCE CO.)||MAKATI||MCCEPHM1|
Citibank Philippines – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
What’s the SWIFT Code of Citibank? In the Philippines, Citibank’s SWIFT Code is CITIPHMX.
Again, if you will send a money remittance to a specific branch of Citibank, just use the same Head Office Citibank SWIFT Code: CITIPHMX.
|Citibank Philippines||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|CITIBANK MANILA BRANCH (HEAD OFFICE)||MAKATI - Main Branch (Head Office)||CITIPHMX|
|CITIBANK SAVINGS INC.||QUEZON CITY||CITIPH21|
|CITIBANK N.A. CEBU||CEBU||CITIPHMXCBU|
|CITIBANK N.A. IBG-TREASURY SERVICES UNIT||MANILA - IBG-TREASURY SERVICES UNIT||CITIPHMXTSU|
|CITIBANK SECURITIES INC.||MANILA||CIVPPHM1|
LandBank – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
What’s the SWIFT Code of LandBank of the Philippines? LandBank’s SWIFT Code is TLBPPHMM.
There are SWIFT Codes for other branches of Land Bank in Davao, Iloilo, General Santos City, Cebu, and Quezon City. Check them in the list below.
For all other branches of Land Bank, use the Head Office LandBank SWIFT Code, which is TLBPPHMM.
|LandBank Philippines||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|LAND BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (LANDBANK)||MANILA - Main Branch (Head Office)||TLBPPHMM|
|LANDBANK (LBP) DAVAO||DAVAO||TLBPPHM10M2|
|LANDBANK (LBP) ILOILO||ILOILO||TLBPPHM10M3|
|LANDBANK (LBP) GENSAN||GENERAL SANTOS||TLBPPHM10M4|
|LANDBANK (LBP) CEBU||CEBU||TLBPPHM10MC|
|LANDBANK (LBP) QC||QUEZON CITY||TLBPPHM10MQ|
HSBC Philippines – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
What’s the SWIFT Code of HSBC in the Philippines? Their SWIFT Code is HSBCPHMM.
Again, just use the same Head Office SWIFT Code above if your bank account is in other branches of HSBC in the country.
|HSBC Philippines||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|HSBC (HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORP)||TAGUIG CITY - Main Branch (Head Office)||HSBCPHMM|
|HSBC CEBU BRANCH||CEBU||HSBCPHMMCEB|
|HSBC CUSTODY AND CLEARING DEPARTMENT||MANILA - CUSTODY AND CLEARING||HSBCPHMMSEC|
|HSBC TREASURY DEPARTMENT||MANILA - TREASURY DEPARTMENT||HSBCPHMMTRY|
JP Morgan Chase – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
If you’re looking for the SWIFT code of a specific branch of JP Morgan Chase Philippines and it is not shown below, what you need to use instead is the Head Office JP Morgan Chase SWIFT Code: CHASPHMM.
|JP Morgan Chase||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., MANILA BRANCH||MANILA - Main Branch (Head Office)||CHASPHMM|
|JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., MANILA BRANCH||MANILA - TELEX AND S.W.I.F.T. MESSAGE ENQUIRIES||CHASPHMMENQ|
|JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., MANILA BRANCH||MANILA - TEST KEY AND BKE ADMINISTRATION||CHASPHMMKEY|
|JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., MANILA BRANCH||MANILA - OFFHORE BANKING UNIT||CHASPHMMOBU|
|J.P. MORGAN SECURITIES PHILIPPINES INC.||MANILA||CHASPHS1|
AsiaTrust – SWIFT Code / BIC Number
If you’re looking for the SWIFT code of a specific branch of AsiaTrust Bank and it is not shown below, what you need to use is the Head Office AsiaTrust SWIFT Code: ATDBPHM1.
|AsiaTrust Bank||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|ASIATRUST BANK (MAIN BRANCH)||QUEZON CITY||ATDBPHM1|
|ASIATRUST MANILA BRANCH||MANILA||ATDBPHM10MM|
|ASIATRUST ANTIPOLO BRANCH||ANTIPOLO||ATDBPHM10M2|
|ASIATRUST BACOOR BRANCH||BACOOR||ATDBPHM10M3|
|ASIATRUST CALOOCAN BRANCH||CALOOCAN CITY||ATDBPHM10M4|
|ASIATRUST ANTIPOLO BRANCH||ANTIPOLO||ATDBPHM10M5|
|ASIATRUST QC BRANCH||QUEZON CITY||ATDBPHM10M6|
|ASIATRUST PASAY BRANCH||PASAY CITY||ATDBPHM10M7|
|ASIATRUST QC BRANCH||QUEZON CITY||ATDBPHM10M8|
|ASIATRUST QC BRANCH||QUEZON CITY||ATDBPHM10MA|
|ASIATRUST MANILA BRANCH||MANILA||ATDBPHM10MB|
|ASIATRUST SAN JUAN BRANCH||SAN JUAN||ATDBPHM10MC|
|ASIATRUST SANTIAGO BRANCH||SANTIAGO||ATDBPHM10MD|
|ASIATRUST TONDO BRANCH||TONDO||ATDBPHM10ME|
|ASIATRUST VALENZUELA BRANCH||VALENZUELA||ATDBPHM10MF|
SWIFT Codes / BIC of other Banks in the Philippines
If you cannot find below the SWIFT code of your specific branch (because likely it is a branch in the province or outside Metro Manila), what you need to use is the Swift Code of the head office which you can find below.
Your intended recipient will still receive the remittance as long as you use the Swift Code of the bank’s main branch or head office.
|Bank / Institution||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|ALLIED SAVINGS BANK||MAKATI CITY||ALSGPHM1|
|AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND (ANZ) BANKING GROUP LIMITED||MAKATI CITY||ANZBPHMX|
|ASIATRUST DEVELOPMENT BANK||QUEZON CITY||ASDVPHM1|
|ASIA UNITED BANK CORPORATION (AUB)||PASIG CITY||AUBKPHMM|
|BANK OF CHINA, MANILA BRANCH||MANILA||BKCHPHMM|
|BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. MANILA||MANILA||BOFAPH2X|
|BANCO FILIPINO SAVINGS AND MORTGAGE BANK||MANILA||FIAOPHM1|
|BANK OF MAKATI (A SAVINGS BANK), INC.||MAKATI CITY||MKRUPHM1|
|BANK OF COMMERCE||MANDALUYONG CITY||PABIPHMM|
|CHINA BANKING CORPORATION (CHINABANK)||MANILA||CHBKPHMM|
|CHINA BANK SAVINGS, INC.||MAKATI CITY||CHSVPHM1|
|CIMB BANK PHILIPPINES INC.||TAGUIG CITY||CIPHPHM1|
|CITYSTATE SAVINGS BANK, INC.||PASIG CITY||CIVVPHM1|
|CTBC BANK (PHILIPPINES) CORP.||TAGUIG CITY||CTCBPHMM|
|DEVELOPMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (DBP)||MANILA||DBPHPHMM|
|DEUTSCHE BANK AG||MANILA||DEUTPHMM|
|EAST WEST BANKING CORPORATION (EASTWEST BANK)||MANILA||EWBCPHMM|
|HSBC HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORP. MANILA HEAD OFFICE||MANILA||HSBCPHMM|
|HSBC HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORP. CEBU BRANCH||CEBU CITY||HSBCPHMMCEB|
|HSBC SAVINGS BANK (PHILIPINES) INC.||MUNTINLUPA||HBPHPHMM|
|ING BANK N.V.||MANILA||INGBPHMM|
|ING BANK N.V.||MANILA||INGBPHMMRTL|
|MAYBANK PHILIPPINES, INC||MANILA||MBBEPHMM|
|ONE NETWORK BANK, INC. (A RURAL BANK)||DAVAO CITY||ONNRPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS (PBCOM)||MANILA||CPHIPHMM|
|PHILIPPINE SAVINGS BANK (PSBANK)||MANILA||PHSBPHMM|
|PHILTRUST BANK (PHILIPPINE TRUST COMPANY)||MANILA||PHTBPHMM|
|PHILIPPINE VETERANS BANK||MANILA||PHVBPHMM|
|PLANTERS DEVELOPMENT BANK||MANILA||PLDEPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK (PNB)||MANILA||PNBMPHMM|
|PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK (PNB) - TREASURY OPERATIONS||PASIG CITY||PNBMPHMMTOD|
|PNB SAVINGS BANK||MAKATI CITY||PNSAPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE BUSINESS BANK||CALOOCAN CITY||PPBUPHMM|
|RIZAL COMMERCIAL BANKING CORPORATION||MANILA||RCBCPHMM|
|RIZAL COMMERCIAL BANKING CORPORATION - FCDU||MANILA||RCBCPH21|
|RCBC SAVINGS BANK, INC.||MAKATI CITY||RCSAPHM1|
|ROBINSONS BANK CORPORATION||QUEZON CITY||ROBPPHMQ|
|STANDARD CHARTERED BANK||MAKATI CITY||SCBLPHMM|
|STANDARD CHARTERED BANK - CUSTODIAL DEPARTMENT||MANILA||SCBLPHMMEQI|
|SECURITY BANK CORPORATION||MANILA||SETCPHMM|
|STERLING BANK OF ASIA INC.||SAN JUAN||STLAPH22|
|UNION BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES (UNIONBANK)||PASIG CITY||UBPHPHMM|
|UNITED COCONUT PLANTERS BANK (UCPB)||MANILA||UCPBPHMM|
|UCPB SAVINGS BANK, INC.||MAKATI CITY||UCSVPHM1|
|UNITED OVERSEAS BANK LIMITED||MANILA||UOVBPHMM|
SWIFT Codes / BIC of Brokers, Rural Banks, and Philippine Companies
|Bank / Institution||Branch||BIC / SWIFT Code|
|ABACUS SECURITIES CORPORATION||MANILA||ABAEPHM1|
|ABACUS CAPITAL AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION||PASIG||ACICPHM1|
|AL-AMANAH ISLAMIC INVESTMENT BANK OF THE PHILIPPINES||MAKATI||AIIPPHM1|
|ANGPING AND ASSOCIATES||MANILA||ANGPPHM1|
|ASIASEC EQUITIES INC.||MANILA||ASESPHM1|
|ATR-KIM ENG SECURITIES, INC||MANILA||ATSCPHM1|
|AYALA LAND, INC.||MAKATI||AYALPH22|
|AB CAPITAL AND INVESTMENT CORPORATION||MANILA||CAVPPHM1|
|AIG-PHILAM SAVINGS BANK, INC||MANILA||PHSAPHM1|
|BANGKOK BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED, MANILA BRANCH||MANILA||BKKBPHMM|
|BNP PARIBAS, MANILA OFFSHORE BRANCH||MANILA||BNPAPHMM|
|BNP PARIBAS PEREGRINE SECURITIES, INC||MANILA||BPPSPHM1|
|CARD BANK, INC. (A MICROFINANCE ORIENTED RURAL BANK)||SAN PABLO CITY||CBMFPHM1|
|CEBUANA LHUILLIER RURAL BANK INC.||BACOOR||CELRPHM1|
|COL FINANCIAL GROUP, INC.||PASIG||CFGOPHM1|
|CITYTRUST SECURITIES CORP.||MANILA||CITRPHM1|
|CREDIT SUISSE SECURITIES (PHILIPPINES) INC.||MAKATI||CRESPHM1|
|CARD SME BANK, INC. A THRIFT BANK||SANTO TOMAS||CRMHPHM1|
|CATHAY UNITED BANK CO., LTD. MANILA BRANCH||MAKATI||UWCBPHMM|
|DBP-DAIWA CAPITAL MARKETS PHILIPPINES, INC.||MANILA||DBSHPHM1|
|DBS SECURITIES (PHILS) INC||MANILA||DBSPPHM1|
|DBP-DAIWA SECURITIES (PHILS.), INC.||MANILA||DSPHPHM1|
|DEUTSCHE REGIS PARTNERS INC.||MANILA||TWENPHM1|
|EAST WEST CAPITAL CORP||MANILA||EAWCPHM1|
|EQUICOM SAVINGS BANK, INC.||MAKATI||EQSNPHM1|
|FIRST METRO INVESTMENT CORPORATION||MANILA||FMICPHM1|
|FIRST METRO SECURITIES BROKERAGE CORPORATION||MAKATI||FMSOPHM1|
|F. YAP SECURITIES INC||MANILA||YAPSPHM1|
|GE MONEY BANK, INC. (A SAVINGS BANK)||QUEZON CITY||GEMPPH21|
|GLOBE TELECOM, INC.||TAGUIG||GLTEPHMT|
|GSIS FAMILY BANK||PASIG||GSFAPHM1|
|HDI SECURITIES INC||MANILA||HDISPHM1|
|INDUSTRIAL BANK OF KOREA, MANILA BRANCH||MANILA||IBKOPHMM|
|INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA LIMITED, MANILA BRANCH||TAGUIG||ICBKPHMM|
|INSULAR LIFE SAVINGS AND TRUST CO.||MANILA||ILSTPHM1|
|INSULAR SAVERS BANK, INC. (A RURAL BANK)||TAGUIG||ISVBPHM1|
|KEPPEL BANK PHILIPPINES, INC.||MANILA||KEPHPHM1|
|KEPPEL SECURITIES PHILIPPINES INC||MANILA||KESPPHM1|
|KIM ENG SECURITIES PHILIPPINES INC.||MANILA||KMESPHM1|
|KEB HANA BANK||MAKATI||KOEXPHMM|
|LUZON DEVELOPMENT BANK||MANILA||LUDVPHM1|
|MACQUARIE CAPITAL SECURITIES (PHILIPPINES) INC.||MANILA||INBLPHM1|
|MALAYAN BANK SAVINGS AND MORTGAGE BANK||MANILA||MAARPHM1|
|MANILA BANKING CORP.||MANILA||MABCPHM1|
|MIZUHO BANK, LTD., MANILA BRANCH||MAKATI||MHCBPHMM|
|MERRILL LYNCH SECURITIES PHILIPPINES INC.||MANILA||MLSPPHM1|
|MANILA ELECTRIC COMPANY||PASIG||MRALPHMM|
|MANULIFE MANUFACTURERS LIFE INSURANCE CO. (PHILS.), INC.||MAKATI||MFCTPHMM|
|PAYMAYA PHILIPPINES INC.||MANDALUYONG||PAPHPHM1|
|PAPA SECURITIES CORP.||MANILA||PAPSPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE EQUITY PARTNERS INC.||MANILA||PEQPPHM1|
|PEREGRINE SECURITIES PHILS INC.||MANILA||PESPPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE POSTAL SAVINGS BANK, INC||MANILA||PHSVPHM1|
|PNB SECURITIES INC.||MANILA||PNBBPHM1|
|PREMIERE DEVELOPMENT BANK||MANILA||PRDEPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE AMERICAN LIFE AND GENERAL INSURANCECOMPANY||TAGUIG||AIACPHMM|
|PHILIPPINE RESOURCES SAVINGS BANK CORPORATION||PASIG||PRVRPHM1|
|PHILIPPINE STOCK EXCHANGE, INC.||PASIG||XPHSPHM1|
|QUEZON CAPITAL RURAL BANK, INCORPORATED||LUCENA CITY||QCRIPHM1|
|RCBC CAPITAL CORPORATION||MANILA||RCCOPHM1|
|REGINA CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT CORP.||MANILA||REGIPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF PANDI (BULACAN), INC.||PANDI||RPBUPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF PANA-ON (MIS. OCC.) INC.||JIMENEZ||RPMOPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF SAN JOSE (CAMARINES SUR), INC.||CAMARINES SUR||RSJCPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF SAN LUIS (BATANGAS),||SAN LUIS||RSLSPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF ATIMONAN, INC.||QUEZON PROVINCE||RUATPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF CAMALIG (ALBAY) INC.||LEGAZPI||RUCAPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF DIGOS, INC||DIGOS CITY||RUDIPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF GUINOBATAN, INC.||GUINOBATAN||RUGUPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF JAEN, INC.||JAEN||RUJAPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF KIBAWE (BUKIDNON),INC||KIBAWE||RUKBPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF KIAMBA (SARANGANI) INC.||KIAMBA||RUKSPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF MABALACAT, INC.||MABALACAT||RUMAPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF MIDSAYAP, INC.||MIDSAYAP||RUMDPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF MIAGAO (ILOILO), INC.||MIAGAO||RUMIPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF MANGALDAN, INC.||MANGALDAN||RUMNPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF ODIONGAN INC||BATANGAS||RUODPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF PAGBILAO INC.||PAGBILAO||RUPAPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF STA. IGNACIA, INC.||SANTA IGNACIA||RUSGPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF TANGUB CITY INC.||TANGUB||RUTCPHM1|
|RURAL BANK OF TANJAY, INC.||TANJAY CITY||RUTNPHM1|
|SB EQUITIES INCORPORATED||MANILA||EQICPHM1|
|SHINHAN BANK MANILA BRANCH||TAGUIG||SHBKPHMM|
|SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION MANILA BRANCH||MAKATI||SMBCPHMM|
|UCPB SECURITIES INC.||MANILA||CPBBPHM1|
|UBS SECURITIES PHILIPPINES INC||MANILA||SWDEPHM1|
|UBP SECURITIES INC.||MANILA||UBPPPHM1|
|VICSAL SECURITIES AND STOCKBROKERAGE INC.||MANILA||VICAPHM1|
|WEALTH SECURITIES INC||MANILA||WEASPHM1|
|ZAMBOANGA CITY RURAL BANK, INC.||ZAMBOANGA||ZACRPHM1|
|ZAMBALES RURAL BANK, INC.||OLONGAPO||ZARUPHM1|
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