Banco de Oro Swot Analysis

3685 Words Apr 15th, 2011 15 Pages
1. Introduction---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1
2. Profile of Banking Industry Sector 2.1 Players---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-6 2.2 SWOT Analysis----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 6-8
3. Challenges/Issues/Problems of the Banking Sector--------------------------------------------- 9-13
4. Profile of BDO 4.1 Products----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------15 4.2 SWOT Analysis------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16-17 4.3
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Metrobank has a total of over 700 domestic branches and 35 foreign branches, subsidiaries, and representative offices; 58 remittance tie-ups, and more than a thousand correspondent banks, with an international presence spanning 21 countries. It has a consolidated network of over 1,000 ATMs throughout the Philippines. It is ranked first among Philippine companies in the category of “Financial Reputation” by readers of The Wall Street Journal Asia, based on its latest Asia 200 report. The Bank of the Philippine Islands or BPI has been operating for 155 years. It was them who pioneered the electronic banking revolution in the 1980's and also issued the first paper money in the 1850's. BPI's strength is built on its heritage. It is the basis for BPI being synonymous to trustworthiness, security, prestige, and banking excellence. The Landbank of the Philippines, a government institution, is by far the largest formal credit institution in the rural areas. Its credit delivery system is able to penetrate a substantial percentage of the country’s total number of municipalities. Landbank is one among the top five commercial banks in the country in terms of deposits, assets, loans and capital. From its initial role as the financing arm of the agrarian reform, Landbank has evolved into a full-service commercial bank. The Development Bank of the Philippines or DBP is classified as a development bank and may perform all

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