Deposits

Peso

  • An interest bearing peso savings account wherein deposits transactions are done over the counter, while withdrawal transaction are done via Automated Teller Machines (ATM) 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
  • A non-interest bearing peso account wherein withdrawals are made either through the issuance of a check or via ATM 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • A premium savings account which offers higher interest rates versus a regular savings account and are tiered based on ADB levels.
  • HYSA is a peso savings account wherein funds of a specific amount are given pre-determined competitive rates for a fixed term. Passbook serves as a proof of deposit. HYSA is offered to institutional clients only.
  • An interest-bearing peso checking account (IBCA) wherein deposits are made over-the-counter while withdrawals are made through the issuance of a check.
  • An interest-bearing peso checking account (IBCA) wherein deposits are made over-the-counter while withdrawals are made through the issuance of a check.
  • A non-interest bearing peso account, also known as “Checking or Demand Deposit” account, wherein deposits are made over-the-counter and withdrawals are made through the issuance of a check.
  • An interest bearing peso-account which requires presentation of a passbook for deposit and withdrawal transactions.
  • A specific amount of funds in peso which earns interest at a pre-determined competitive rate for a fixed period of time/term with a “Certificate of Time Deposit” (CTD) as proof of deposit.

U.S. Dollar

  • An alternative payment scheme whereby the monthly pension/benefit of pensioners/beneficiaries of various US Federal agencies residing in the Philippines is directly credited to their savings account maintained with LANDBANK.

  • An interest bearing dollar-account which requires presentation of a passbook for deposit and withdrawal transactions.
  • A specific amount of funds in dollar which earns interest at a pre-determined competitive rate for a fixed period of time/term with a “Certificate of Time Deposit” (CTD) as proof of deposit.

Dollar