Luzon Development Bank
A group of people desirous to promote countryside banking in Laguna organized the Laguna Development Bank (LDB) on May 8, 1961. Mr. Rene H. Limcaoco led this group. LDB began operation with nine employees and a paid-up capital of P 1 million.
In 1975, the name Luzon Development Bank was adopted when decided to expand operation beyond the Province of Laguna. The old name was too limited for the vision of Board who foresaw the broadness of the Bank’s service capability beyond the boundaries of the Laguna Province to a wider area of Luzon.
LDB celebrated its 55 years in 2016.
Luzon Development Bank aims to be a leader in regional development banking by concentrating, and intensive training of its human resource.
What we offer:
Auto Loan – a credit facility designed for acquisition of brand new or secondhand motor vehicles for personal or business use.
We ensure fast approval, low monthly amortization and flexible terms. Visit us at www.ldb.ph more details.
Luzon Development Bank (LDB) is the CALABARZON region’s largest private development bank. LDB’s Calamba branch is shown below.
Founded by the Limcaoco family in 1961, LDB is today’s largest CALABARZON-based bank, with many branches serving not only in this fast-growing industrial and residential region but also in Manila.
For almost 50 years, until today, LDB has been a community bank, focusing its resources in lending and business development in the regions it serves. We know our customers, and our customers know us.
Region 4-A or CALABARZON is made up of the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon. The region is ranked as number first in housing demand in the Philippines, and second in automobile registrations, next to the National Capital Region of the country.