The Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines (RBAP) through the leadership of Mr. Senen D. Glorioso salutes the Rural Greenbank of Caraga, Inc. for hitting the 25th rank among the top 1000 Centennial taxpayers of the Philippines. Mr. Joseph Omar O. Andaya, President and Chairman of the Board of Green Bank received the Plaque of Recognition awarded by the Bureau of Internal Revenue.
The full story was published in one of the leading newspapers last Monday, January 10, 2005.
Philippine Star Business Section
Monday, January 10, 2005
The Rural Green Bank of Caraga was recently awarded by the Bureau of Internal Revenue with a Plaque of Recognition as No. 25 of the top 1000 Centennial taxpayers of the Philippines which contributed greatly to the collection effort of the BIR in the Centennial year 2004.
And on the Regional level, Region XIII of the Administrative Region of Caraga, Green Bank ranks No. 1 Taxpayer in the whole region.
The Plaque of Recognition signed by BIR Commissioner Guillermo L. Parayno Jr. and attested by BIR Regional Director Tamanatao S. Anerol was handed to Mr. Joseph Omar O. Andaya, the Bank’s President and Chairman of the Board last December 20, 2004 at the BIR Office in Butuan City, Philippines
Aside from the present 23 branches in Visayas and Mindanao, by the year 2005 four more branches will be opened in the province of Cebu. By early 2006, seven more brances are slated to be opened in Western Visayas. Green Bank by then will have a total of 34 branches.