UCPB

United Coconut Planters Bank

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UCPB

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Product Overview

Product Name:UCPB YES Loan
Remarks:Fast and easy approval time
Minimum Amount of Loan:PHP50,000.00
Maximum Amount of Loan:PHP1,000,000.00
Minimum Loan Tenure:12 months
Maximum Loan Tenure:36 months
Early Repayment:None

Eligibility and Requirements

Age Range of Borrower:23-70 years old
Minimum Annual Income:PHP300,000.00
Income Requirement Remarks:Apply for as low as PHP25,000.00 gross monthly income for Metro Manila and PHP15,000.00 for Provincial areas.
Employment / Work Status:Permanent Employee for 2 years / 3 years Business Operations for Self-employed / 3 years of Practice for Professionals / Government Employee for 2 years
Borrower has to have Credit Card:No
Guarantor Required:No
Collateral Required:No
Other Requirements:Should be a current account holder
Need to Open Linked Bank Account:Yes

Application and Approval

Approval Duration:5-7 days
Approval Duration Remarks:Be approved within a minimum of 5 days

Fees and Charges/Penalties

Loan Processing and Dispersal Fees:PHP1,500.00 processing fee to be deducted from loan proceeds
Early Repayment Penalty:-
Late Payment Penalty:5% per month of the total amount due

Interest Rates Offered

Product Name:Interest RateEffective Interest RateInterest Type
UCPB Y.E.S. Loan - 12 months1.59%-Monthly Rate
UCPB Y.E.S. Loan - 18 months1.59%-Monthly Rate
UCPB Y.E.S. Loan - 24 months1.69%-Monthly Rate
UCPB Y.E.S. Loan - 36 months1.69%-Monthly Rate

Other Requirements

Need to open linked banked account?Yes


About UCPB

Various banking and financial institutions are represented in the Philippine financial market. They are engaged in serving the population, private and public companies. One of the most significant players is United Coconut Planters Bank. It has a widely developed branch network, a large customer base. The institution demonstrates stable financial performance of its activities and actively implements the latest technologies in its work.

The history of development

United Coconut Planters Bank (abbreviated name UCPB) is one of the oldest banks in the Philippines, founded in 1963. Today, the institution is the leader of the country’s banking sector, which offers its services to private clients, businessmen, large corporations and state enterprises.

UCPB is the first private bank in the Philippines, which received universal status. In 1981, it was granted an extended license, thanks to which it was able to provide a full list of commercial transactions.

Today, the bank and its subsidiaries serve customers throughout the country. UCPB has credit programs developed for different categories of borrowers. The following products are available to them: consumer and commercial lending, investment and corporate banking, domestic and international trade financing, investment in cash and treasury operations.

The bank has always been an innovator in its field. Thus, the first one in the Philippines launched a network of ATMs in the late 80s. At the moment, much attention is paid to remote customer service. Telephone, mobile and internet banking are successfully functioning in UCPB. With these services, users make banking transactions on billions of pesos.

UCPB is actively involved in the development of rural areas. Residents of the coconut provinces can take advantage of various credit programs aimed at improving their quality of life. For farmers and their wives, the bank arranges various trainings that help build a successful business.

Due to its versatility, an institution can successfully compete with banks such as Metrobank, Unibank, BPI, the Land Bank of the Philippines.

The cooperation with UCPB has the following advantages:

At the heart of the strengths of the UCPB:

  • high quality customer service, focus on their needs;
  • well-developed branch network of ATMs and self-service devices;
  • deep knowledge of doing business in the Philippines, acquired over 40 years of work;
  • regular support for small farmers who work on their coconut plantations;
  • reliability and stability, financial support for each client;
  • loan programs aimed at different categories of borrowers.

UCPB also includes subsidiaries: UCPB Sberbank, UCPB Securities, Inc., UCPB Leasing and Finance Corporation. The bank does not forget about charitable activities. Gifted students from coconut provinces can get scholarships to study in prestigious schools.

Owners of the UCPB

UCPB was originally founded as a small private bank. Due to competent management and talented top managers, the bank achieved high results and today it is among the top twenty largest banks in the Philippines. Until 2012, 72.2% of UCPB shares belonged to business magnate Eduardo Danding Kohuanko Jr. In the 70s, he acquired securities of the financial institution at the cost of coconut fees incoming to the state budget.

In 2012, the Supreme Court of the Philippines ruled that the transaction to purchase shares of United Coconut Planters Bank was illegal. Since they were acquired at the expense of budget funds, respectively, the owner of the bank is the state. Today the UCPB belongs to the Philippine government. But in recent years there is an active talk about possible privatization of the institution. It is quite possible that soon the bank owners will change.

Main branches and ATMs of the UCPB

At the moment, the branch network of UCPB includes 188 offices. In offices the client can receive detailed consultation on the product he interested in, draw up a contract. Bank staff are professionals in their field. They are completely customer oriented, ready to help him on any issue.

Standard financial transactions can also be performed at ATMs, which the bank has over 300 devices. Thanks to well-developed online banking services, users have the opportunity to perform financial transactions 24 hours a day.



Contacts

  • Address: UCPB Corporate Offices, 7907 Makati Avenue, Makati City, Philippines
  • Phone: +63 2 811 9000
  • Email: [email protected]

FAQ


  • Fully-accomplished UCPB YES Loan application form
  • Photocopy of two (2) photo-bearing government-issued IDs
  • Photocopy of latest 2 months credit card billing statement
  • Photocopy of latest Utility Bill for proof of residence

For employed:

  • Photocopy of company ID
  • Latest one month pay slip
  • Latest Income Tax Return (ITR) Form 2316 or Latest ITR / BIR Form 2316

For self-employed:

  • Two (2) years latest audited financial statements and ITR
  • Business registration documents (SEC for corporations and DTI for sole proprietors) and permits
  • Photocopy of checking account statements for the last 6 months
  • You need to issue post-dated checks with equal monthly installments.

In order to qualify for a UCPB Y.E.S. Loan, the following eligibility criteria must be met:

  • The loan applicant is a Filipino citizen and a permanent resident in the Philippines
  • At least 23 years old or not older than 65 years old (70 years old if self-employed) upon loan maturity
  • The applicant is a checking account holder and a major credit card holder
  • Applicant is a permanent employee for at least 2 years with a supervisory rank and a minimum gross monthly income of PHP25,000.00 for Metro Manila and PHP15,000.00 for Provincial areas.
  • If self-employed, business must be operational for at least 3 years and profitable for the last 2 years
  • Your loan will be deposited through UCPB account or manager’s check.

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