Accredited Rural Financial Institutions for the Purpose of Implementing the Agri-Agra Reform Credit Act of 2009 Pursuant to Circular No. 736 of 20 July 2011.
The Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines (RBAP) on Wednesday ,September 26, met with the Microenterprise Access to Banking Services (MABS) for a hand over ceremony after years of partnership.
MANILA, Philippines – In 2011, Philippine rural banks processed over P4.9 billion (roughly $116 million) worth of banking transactions which were enabled by mobile banking.
One of the leading proponents of opening up the rural banking industry to foreign ownership made several important points on why active foreign participation will not only enable rural banks, which have been present for 60 years, to better compete with its bigger brethren, but also further improve rural banks’ line of services for its target market.
To all member rural banks and partners, please be informed of the amendments to the provisions of Section X151 of the Manual of Regulations for Banks, pursuant to Monetary Board Resolution No. 793. These amendments are specifically on Subsections X151.4, X151.5, XI51.7 and X151.8.
To all member banks, please be informed that the change of corporate name of Rural Bank of Ormoc City, Inc. has been approved by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. Thus, RB Ormoc City, Inc. is now known as Bank of Ormoc, Inc. (A Rural Bank).
TO: ALL MEMBER RURAL BANKS SUBJECT: INVITATION TO REGISTER TO MOBILE PHONE BANKING ACCREDITATION TRAINING COURSE FOR RBAP MEMBER RURAL BANKS [Read more...]
The Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines-Microenterprise Access to Banking Services (RBAP-MABS) Program is happy to announce that its National Roundtable Conference will be on June 7-8, 2012 at the Hyatt Hotel, Pedro Gil corner M.H. Del Pilar, Malate, Manila.
FOR : ALL PARTICIPATING RURAL BANKS FROM : MA. CORAZON L. MILLER, Chairman SUBJECT : INTERNAL AUDIT/INTERNAL CONTROL SEMINAR [Read more...]
SUBJECT: SMART MONEY ACCREDITATION TRAINING COURSE FOR RURAL BANKERS TO
BE HELD IN CEBU ON APRIL 26, 2012
DAVAO CITY — One Network Bank, the country’s largest rural bank, is planning to roll out about 2,000 point-of-sale (POS) terminals within the year as it seeks to improve services to clients while competing with the commercial banks.