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PDIC regulations require member-banks to periodically submit reports to PDIC. Banks are accountable for the accuracy of financial reports they submit to PDIC from which featured industry statistics are derived. If a bank fails to submit the report for the current period, the bank's most recent submitted report is used. Timing differences in data generation principally accounts for the differences that these statistics may have with reports of other agencies containing similar data. Other details and/or explanation provided in the material should also be noted as these may contain important information on how the figures were derived or whether there were any procedural refinements applied to the data.

For further queries and information, please contact the Bank Statistics Department at (632) 841-4000 locals 4373 to 4375, by e-mail at bpmc@pdic.gov.ph or write to Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation, 7th Floor SSS Building, 6782 Ayala Avenue cor. V.A. Rufino St., Makati City 1226, Philippines.





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PDIC is a government instrumentality created in
1963 by virtue of Republic Act 3591, as amended,
to insure the deposits of all banks. PDIC exists to
protect depositors by providing deposit insurance coverage for the depositing public and help promote financial stability
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