Quantcast
Home » bank lending You are browsing entries tagged with “bank lending”

Regulator curbs bank lending to real estate sector

Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Lending for the construction of new buildings and homes would slow down following the recent imposition of capitalization limits to curb excessive risk taking in the real estate sector.

Posted: July 25th, 2014 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

BSP sets more stringent rules on bank lending

By

Banks may soon be under more pressure to rein in lending to property firms following the approval of new stringent guidelines on real estate loans.

Posted: July 4th, 2014 in Headlines | Read More »

Bank lending still up by a double-digit pace

Banks started the year on a high note as the loans they extended continued to rise by a double-digit pace in January. The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas on Friday reported that outstanding loans from universal and commercial banks in the country reached P3.18 trillion as of the end of January—up by 15.4 percent from the P2.76 trillion posted in the same period last year.

Posted: March 1st, 2013 in Headlines | Read More »

Bank lending up 16.2% to P3.2T in 2012

By

Bank lending in the country remained robust in 2012, as the combined loan portfolios of universal and commercial banks registered another double-digit expansion.

Posted: February 14th, 2013 in Headlines | Read More »

Double-digit growth for bank lending seen

Aurelio “Gigi” Montinola III: There’s life after BPI

Bank lending in the country is expected to expand at another double-digit pace in 2013 as industry players have sufficient appetite to extend credit to individuals and enterprises.

Posted: January 21st, 2013 in Latest Business Stories | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Vice President Binay assured of fair treatment at Senate hearing
  • NPA rebels ransack banana plantation in Compostela Valley
  • Communications breakdown stops MRT operations
  • Canadian PM bans Chinese media from Arctic trip
  • 3 Japanese students die in California crash
  • Sports

  • US picks 12-man roster for basketball World Cup
  • Fiery Blazers cuff Generals
  • Guiao not buying trade plea of star Lee just yet
  • Surging Archers, Tams eye share of UAAP lead
  • Arenas joins Iverson in November Manila visit
  • Lifestyle

  • 111-year-old from Japan recognized as oldest man
  • The ALS Ice Bucket…
  • RG Capital Holdings Inc. spearheads Edificio 1587 groundbreaking ceremony
  • ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ is hot but boring
  • Denims, music and Sky Ferreira
  • Entertainment

  • China shuts down Beijing Independent Film Festival
  • McConaughey, Spacey lead Emmys race as TV widens doors to Hollywood stars
  • Diaz and Segel embrace unusual thespic ‘obligation’
  • Mitoy Yonting wins some, loses some
  • Slap-happy
  • Business

  • BSP issues new credit card restrictions
  • New investor vows to turn RPN 9 around
  • Private sector leaders meet to tackle Asean trade issues
  • Harbor Star at odds with BOC
  • Paxys mulls over delisting
  • Technology

  • Court of Appeals stops P7-B text refund
  • 220 Japanese girls caught cybersoliciting
  • Teenager shoots himself while posing for a selfie
  • Microsoft to unveil new Windows software–report
  • Bill penalizing techy intruders advances to plenary
  • Opinion

  • Editorial Cartoon, August 23, 2014
  • AFP, Janus-faced?
  • What if ‘politically motivated’?
  • Aquino’s lasting legacy
  • Contrasts
  • Global Nation

  • China warplane in ‘dangerous’ intercept with US jet—Pentagon
  • PH to pull out peace troops in Golan Heights, Liberia
  • Filipinos in San Francisco rekindle memory of Ninoy’s martyrdom
  • Filipino sailor in Togo undergoes tests for Ebola
  • Itu Aba: On this rock stands PH suit against China
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement