LANDBANK completes UCPB merger ahead of BSP deadline

Conversion complete. Former UCPB Del Monte-Bonifacio Branch in Brgy. Manresa, Quezon City was one of the first branches successfully converted into a LANDBANK Branch, following the merger of LANDBANK and UCPB on 01 March 2022.

The Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) announced the successful conclusion
of the merger of United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB) with LANDBANK, following
the conversion of all UCPB branches and accounts into its system with no major
operational disruption.

The conversion activities for 188 UCPB branches and over 495,000 accounts started
on 09 July 2022 and were completed on 25 February 2023, ahead of the 01 March
2023 deadline set by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

“The seamless and timely completion of the merger is a testament to LANDBANK’s
commitment to providing quality and uninterrupted service. With the bolstered
branch network and resources, the Bank is now more positioned to play a principal
part in the development and financial inclusion agenda of the National Government,”
said LANDBANK President and CEO Cecilia Cayosa Borromeo.

The merger of LANDBANK and UCPB officially took effect on 01 March 2022,
pursuant to Executive Order No. 142 signed by former President Rodrigo R. Duterte
on 25 June 2021.

The merger further solidified LANDBANK’s ranking as the second-largest bank in the
country, with total assets reaching P3.1 trillion as of end-March 2023.
LANDBANK customers now enjoy access to wider physical touchpoints and menu of
banking products and services.

The Bank now has 607 branches and branch-lite units, 58 lending centers, 2,906
automated teller machines (ATMs), 224 cash deposit machines (CDMs), and 1,072
Agent Banking Partners (ABPs) nationwide.

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