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Which banks offer the highest term deposit rates in Philippines?

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14th Jun 2011 by bulatesatiyan

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19th May 2011 by Dante Tangina Moh

the Bank of Nobu Tah, based in Meycauayan, Bulacan, offers the highest interest for time deposit at 200% per annum. The bank was founded by Senor Antonio Reyna Kulubot in 1785 right after he arrived to the Philippines. Today, the bank boasts of 2 branches- one in Mandaluyong at No. 32 Chuaquico St. Baranggay Hulo and another somewhere in Capiz, Aklan. The bank total asset grew from P25,000 in 2009 to P25,500 as at fiscal year ended April 2011. The bank is now being managed by Mr. Primitivo Dimacalcal, who come from the illustrious Murahan family of Malolos, Bulacan.

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