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Building Local Economies Through Lasting Partnerships

Collaboration work, forging alliances and partnership-building have always been the strategy of the New Rural Bank of San Leonardo in pursuing its mandate as a development finance institution and in meeting its business objectives. Starting in 1994 with a co-financing agreement with a foreign partner, the next 27 years of steady growth was nurtured by the Bank’s cooperation with various funding and guaranteeing institutions, development organizations, government agencies including systems and technology solutions providers among others. Most of these institutional relationships are long-standing reckoned from initial deals that progressed overtime to multiple transactions and new opportunities. These ties have been sustained and strengthened by mutual trust and reciprocal benefits the parties derived from the engagement towards the fulfillment of shared advocacies. The recent and current involvements of NRBSL are marked by the same synergy to work with partners and to support peers in the industry. See More.....

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ADFIAP serves NRBSL request for sustainability reporting briefing   [see more...]

New and Amended Bank Fees   [see more...]

Carapreneurs receive PHP4.6 million-worth of loan under DA-ACPC-ANYO Program [see more...]

Effective 15 September 2021, NRBSL will be accepting interbranch CASH Deposit Transactions for a minimal fee [see more...]

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ACPC-NRBSL partnership moves forward in sustaining credit service delivery and in promoting agriculture productivity

In almost four years as program partner, NRBSL has sustained its role as among the premiere lending conduits of the Agricultural Credit and Policy Council (ACPC) in the service of its targeted sectors of small farmers and agri-business enterprises in the countryside. NRBSL is on-boarded in practically all credit program offerings of ACPC and a regular participant in its various campaigns and activities. Back in November 2020, NRBSL received anew from ACPC another approval that brings to P120M the fund allocation for the implementation of Micro and Small Agribusiness Loan Program (Agri-Negosyo or ANYO) alone excluding other programs funds the Bank received in the course of the partnership. Included in this funding is the servicing of vendors' associations and agri-based entrepreneurs in high-demand markets in Metro Manila. See More.....

Senior Vice President Marcelo N. Jampil represents Central Luzon in the RBAP Board of Directors FY2021-2022

NRBSL takes pride in the election of its very own Senior Vice President and Chief of Staff Marcelo N. Jampil as Director of RBAP for FY2021-2022 during the association’s General Membership Meeting held last May 25, 2021 via teleconference. SVP Jampil representing Region III-A is joined by 14 other esteemed representatives from across the country to take on the leadership role on behalf of 413 member-banks. The Directors of RBAP are screened according to qualification standards set under its By-laws and are endorsed by their respective regional and provincial federations which MNJ adequately possesses.
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“Asian Development Bank ADB) and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) select NRBSL as among six (6) pilot banks to undertake Agriculture Value Chain Financing (AVCF) Framework”

From a nationwide selection, NRBSL emerged as among the six (6) pilot banks to undertake AVCF under the joint project of Asian Development Bank ADB) and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP). As early as 2016, the BSP had issued Circular No. 908 on agricultural value-chain financing framework. Through this regulatory issuance, BSP aims “to provide better access to credit for the agriculture and fisheries sectors” and to encourage banks to lend more to them using incentives and allowing innovative ways to mitigate credit risks.
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PhilGuarantee boosts NRBSL’s advocacy in providing credit access to MSMEs, homeowners and farmers.

Soon after Philippine Guarantee Corporation (PhilGuarantee) was created out of a merger and consolidation of five Philippine Guarantee Programs and Agencies as directed under Executive Order No. 58, its officers were quick to note NRBSL’s distinction as among the very few banks with accreditation in most of these guaranteeing institutions. Living up to its reputation, NRBSL is the only rural bank in a field of six pioneering financial institutions chosen by PhilGuarantee to join a Signing Ceremony for SME Credit Guarantee Facilities held August 5, 2020. In an official letter dated September 8, 2020, PhilGuarantee approved in favor of NRBSL P150 million SME Credit Guarantee Facility under MSME Credit Guarantee Program. Earlier in April 2020 PhilGuarantee’s Board of Directors issued an approval on behalf of NRBSL for a P400 million retail guaranty line for housing through Home Guaranty Corporation (HGC). Including its P250 million guarantee line with the Agricultural Guarantee Fund Pool (AGFP), NRBSL’s approved credit guarantee facilities under the umbrella of PhilGuarantee and its attached agencies is P800 million in total.

Guidance on De-Listing and Unfreezing of Funds and Other Others related to Targeted Financial Sanctions (TFS)

Series of 2021

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Guidance on De-Listing and Unfreezing of Funds and Other Others related to Targeted Financial Sanctions (TFS)

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BSP Issues Memorandum No. M-2020-068 and M-2020-074 to All BSP-Supervised Financial Institutions (BSFIs)

BSP Memorandum No. 2020-068

Implementation of Section 4(uu) of the R.A. No. 11494 on the "Bayanihan to Recover As One Act"

BSP Memorandum No. 2020-074

Implementing Rules and Regulations (Rules) and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Section 4(uu) of the R.A. No. 11494 or the "Bayanihan to Recover As One Act"

CCLRB Elects NRBSL VP - Chief of Staff Marcelo N. Jampil as President (2019 - 2020)

NRBSL's Marcelo N. Jampil was elected as CCLRB President (2019 - 2020). He and the rest of the officers took their oath of office at Widus Hotel and Casino at Clark Freeport Zone last August 16, 2019.

NRBSL Leads CCLRBs Annual Management Conference and Asian Study Tour

New Rural Bank of San Leonardo (N.E), Inc.(NRBSL) Senior Vice President Marcelo N. Jampil assumed the presidency of the Confederation of Central Luzon Rural Banks (CCLRB) for FY2019-2020 [more...]

BSP Issues a Renewal of NRBSL Certificate of Agri-Agra Accreditation

The BSP recently issued their official letter of approval for the renewal of the Certificate of Accreditation in favor of NRBSL as a Rural Financial Institution (RFI) under RA 10000 or Agri-Agra Law. The grant of renewal is an indication that NRBSL’s service to the agriculture industry is not fleeting. The Bank’s preference in favor of farmers is historically proven. More so, the focus of NRBSL’s[more...]

PCHC Approves NRBSL as Clearing Subscriber in the Check Image Clearing System (CICS)

The PCHC Board in its meeting of April 4, 2019 approved the intent of NRBSL to participate as a Clearing Subscriber in the Check Image Clearing System (CICS) of the Philippine Clearing House Corporation.

NRBSL Offers Preferred Shares

NRBSL is now ready to issue preferred shares to both private individuals or organizations local and overseas and government agencies. Last January 18, 2018 the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued the Certificate of Registration [more...]


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