Security Bank Corporation was recently recognized by international market research firm Statista and the Philippine Daily Inquirer for its exemplary revenue growth over a three-year period (2018-2020), which was evidenced by its publicly disclosed revenues and employee count in the years mentioned.
Compared to 2017, Security Bank’s 2020 revenues increased by 100% and it also grew by 25% in employee count. This ranked the Bank as Top 3 among six companies surveyed in the financial services category.
“This recognition from Statista and the Philippine Daily Inquirer demonstrates our continued focus on customer-centricity, which is anchored on our BetterBanking brand promise. Our revenue growth in the prescribed period has allowed us to be recognized as a Growth Champion by two prestigious companies. We are optimistic that our performance will continue to get better and will pave the way for the Bank to achieve its goal of becoming the most customer-centric bank in the country,” said Sanjiv Vohra, Security Bank president and CEO.
Security Bank’s fundamental decision in 2020 to focus on and embark on its vision to become the most customer-centric bank in the Philippines enabled it to solidify its stance to become a growth champion. This vision is supported by Security Bank’s investments in the three enablers of the Bank: People, Risk Management, and Technology.
Apart from its Top 3 rank in the Financial Services category, Security Bank also ranks top 17 in the overall ranking of Statista and the Inquirer. The project, which began in 2021 seeks to determine the fastest-growing companies in the Philippines over a three-year period.