Association Bank of the Philippines Inc. (UnionBank) looks to raise in any event P3 billion from the issuance of double tranche notes.

"UnionBank has declared a double tranche offering of SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) enlistment absolved fixed-rate securities," the bank said in a proclamation on Monday.

The 3-year and 5.25-year tranches will bear loan fees of 2.750 percent and 3.375 percent, individually.

To be recorded on the Philippine Dealing Exchange on December 9, the public offer would start on Monday and end on December 2.

HSBC and Standard Chartered Bank are the joint lead arrangers and bookrunners for the exchange. They will likewise be the selling specialists, alongside UnionBank.

Late in October, UnionBank said its total compensation dunked to P8.5 billion in the initial nine months of the year on bigger credit misfortune arrangements.

For the second from last quarter alone, UnionBank's net benefit was P4.2 billion, a 11-percent expansion from the year-back sum.

Incomes in January to September developed by 33 percent year-on-year to P31.8 billion as net revenue pay improved by 36 percent to P21.4 billion "from the proceeded with development of acquiring resources and higher edges contrasted with a similar period a year ago," it added.

Non-premium pay expanded by 26 percent to P10.4 billion, which UnionBank followed to higher exchanging gains.

Complete stores bounced 29 percent year-on-year to P539.9 billion.

As of September 30, resources were at P758.0 billion, 11-percent more extensive than a year ago's sum.