WPF & PPSB Signing of 140 Million Credit Line Facility

World Partners Finance (Hortaleza) together with Philippine Postal Savings Bank, Inc. (Postbank).  Signing of a P140 Million Credit Line Facility held last March 12, 2014.

Standing from L-R: Roehl O. Dumlao- Director (WPF), Dra. Rosalinda Ang Hortaleza- President & CEO (WPF), Cesar N. Sarino- President & CEO (Postbank), Fidel A. Bugayong- Director (PostBank)

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Postbank granted a 50 Million Short-Term Loan Financing Facility to Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (ASKI)

Philippine Postal Savings Bank (Postbank) granted Alalay sa Kaunlaran, Inc. (ASKI) a P50 Million Short-Term Loan Financing Facility to finance its Wholesale Microfinance Rediscounting.

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Phoenix Omega Development & Management Corporation (PODMC) 50 Million Term Loan Financing Facility

Philippine Postal Savings Bank (Postbank) granted Phoenix Omega Development & Management Corporation (PODMC) a P50 Million Term Loan Financing Facility to finance its Condominium Project inside Villas De St. Honore Subdivision located at Brgy. Bambang, Bulacan, Bulacan.


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PPSB and NATCCO Signing of 125M Rediscounting Agreement

Philippine Postal Savings Bank (Postbank) granted National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) a P125 Million Rediscounting Line (RDL) Financing Facility for relending to its member cooperatives nationwide held last February 17, 2014.

Standing from L-R: Raul M. Calayan, Jr., Chief Operating Officer (NATCCO), Cesar N. Sarino- President (Postbank), Sylvia O. Paraguya- Chief Executive Officer (NATCCO).


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Six Micro Banks Set to Operate in 2013

The first six Micro Banking Offices (MBO) of the Philippine Postal Savings Bank are scheduled to open in December 2013 in selected unbanked and underserved locations in Luzon.

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Remittance System Goes "Live" in December

It’s “All Systems Go” for the Philippine Postal Saving Bank’s Remittance Program this December as the Postbank Remit team composed of the Bank, the Philippine Postal Corporation, and Agilivant, the International remittance company, declare themselves ready and operational to process “live” remittance transactions.

To complete the e-money delivery system, Postbank has added domestic remittance within the Philippines to its foreign remittance service for OFWs and invited the participation of local business companies to expand the network of service transaction centers.  

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PostBank Rolls Out Remittance Service

The Philippine Postal Savings Bank is expanding and modernizing its remittance service to be able to provide overseas Filipinos with a remittance system which is faster, safer and cheaper.

The new remittance service was introduced on March 5 to the public with a media briefing conducted by Postbank SVP Higinio Fabian (2nd from left), Agilivant USA CEO Rene Babi (3rd from left), Agilivant Phils. EVP Ramy Garcia (left) and Agilivant Asia Pacific CEO Colin Cesa.

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New Logo And A New Image For PostalBank

A new logo was created to take the place of the mail envelope logo which appeared to be more symbolic of its mother company, Philpost. The new logo contains three major elements: A stylized Philippine Flag, to emphasize that, as the country's only public thrift bank, it carries the colors of the country.

An abbreviated arrow, to emphasize movement and dynamism, which the strategic plan intends to inject into the Bank, and a slogan, "Kung Nasaan Kayo, Nandoon Kami• to emphasize its outreach objectives as a countryside bank and its synergy tie-up with Phil post and its chain of 1800 post offices.

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PostBank Releases Five Year Strategic Plan (2012 - 2016)

Now in its 2nd year of implementation is the Five-Year Strategic Plan for the Philippine Postal Bank which the new management prepared in 2011.

The plan was crafted in response to a requirement of the Bangko Sentral. lt is also designed to provide operational guidance to the new bank leadership as it steers the Bank towards sustained growth in the next five years. The Strategic Plan is divided into three parts where we are, where we want to be, and how do we get there.

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