|Name of Institution||Land Bank of the Philippines|
|Year of Establishment||Jan 1970|
|Background Information||LBP is the largest formal credit institution in the countryside and services more than 5,000 cooperatives and farmers groups benefiting about 500,000 small farmers and fish folk.Cooperative strengthening Programs, Livelihood Programs and 495 countryside financial institutions benefit 130,000 small farmers and fish folk.
Under the Countryside Credit Delivery Program, the bank is able to extend credit assistance to small farmers and fisher folk. The programme provides credit to small farmers and fisher folk through cooperatives and rural financial institutions to finance various livelihood projects, which include the production of agricultural crops, livestock/cattle raising and the acquisition of pre- and post-harvest facilities, among others.
LBP is the financial intermediary of the CARP Land Transfer Operations through which the Agrarian Reform is conducted and land transfer claims are valued. In addition it offers refinancing facilities to rural banks and cooperative rural banks.
Within its Banking section LBP offers the whole range of a universal bank including investment and merchant banking, credit and guarantee facilities, deposit services, ancillary services, treasury, trust, programme lending and international banking.
LANDBANK also ranks among the top five commercial banks in the country in terms of deposits, assets, loans and capital.|
|Type of Institution||Universal bank|
|Type of Banking License||Under banking law|
|Percentage of Government||100%|
|Membership of Banking Associations||APRACA|
|Total Number of Outlets||343|
|Address||LandBank Plaza, 1598 M.H. del Pilar Street|
|Telephone||LandBank Plaza, 1598 M.H. del Pilar Street|
|Fax||+63 2 |