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62nd Charter Anniversary Symposium

PROGRAM | 62nd Charter Anniversary Symposium | November 6-7, 2019 | Manila Hotel

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62nd CHARTER ANNIVERSARY SYMPOSIUM – NOVEMBER 6-7, 2019 @ MANILA HOTEL

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Rural Banking Consciousness Week

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CIRCULAR LETTER NO. CL-2019-046: Approved Applications for New Banking Offices and Opened Banking Offices During the 1st Quarter of 2019

CIRCULAR LETTER NO. CL-2019-048: 41st National Disability Prevention and Rehabilitation Week

CIRCULAR LETTER NO. CL-2019-049: Updated List of Accredited Rural and Financial Institutions for the Purpose of Implementing the Agri-Agra Reform Credit Act of 2009 (RA 1000)

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2019 Official Certificate of Candidacy List

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CIRCULAR LETTER NO. CL-2019-027: Credit Consciousness Week

Dear Member Banks:

Pursuant to Proclamation No. 568 dated 25 April 1995 (copy attached)
designating 24 to 30 April as Credit Consciousness Week, all banking institutions and
their branches are enjoined to undertake during the period promotional and
publicity-generating activities such as advertising, window and counter displays,
streamers, distribution of give-aways, raffles, and similar incentives and devices.

We enjoin the banking industry to promote more vigorously the benefits
derived by our communities from their engagement with banking institutions. We
believe that a good appreciation of the important roles that banks play in the lives of
our people, and our country is important for economic growth and development.
To unify the campaign for our celebration of Credit Consciousness Week
20L9, banks are requested to incorporate the theme, “wostong pogpapoutang
tongkilikin, responsobleng pagbaboyad siguruhin, and the phrase “credit
Consciousness Week, April 24-30, 2O!9” in their promotional materials and print
advertisements during the period.

A prescribed tarpaulin layout for this campaign may be downloaded at the
BSP website (www.bsp.gov.ph). The preferred size is 3 feet x 10 feet but may be
adjusted depending on the size of the wall and/or gate and other collaterals.
For more information, banks may contact the BSP Corporate Affairs Office at
tef phone number 708-770Llocal2627 and 2698.

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66th Annual National Covention

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Managing IT Outsourcing Requirements & Risk – Mar 28-29-RBAP Intramuros

MANAGING IT OUTSOURCING REQUIREMENTS & RISK TRAINING
Date: Mar. 28-29, 2019 (Thu-Fri)
Venue: Bayanihan Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON

Mr. Rene B. Hapitan, CFA
Bank Executive Officer, Trainer Consultant – Risk Mgmnt, Strategic
Marketing and General Business Mgmnt.

SEMINAR FEE
1. For Member – P4,800 /per person
2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P5,300 / per person

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P2,400.00 /pax is
required, but its deducted from the total registration fee.

Bank: LBP – Intramuros, Branch
Account Name: RBRDFI
SA No. 0012-1046-26.
Telefax (02) 527-2969 /527-2980
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT REGISTRATION: March 22, 2019.

Course Objectives
* Understand the difference between IT risk and inherent business risk.
* Increase awareness of regulatory compliance for technology outsourcing,
infrastructure, security and managed services.
* Develop effective IT monitoring activities that will incorporate project
management, change management and business continuity.
* Consolidate understand in terms of having a solid Service Level
Agreement.
* Develop a framework to analyze and select from several providers.

Expected Participants
Risk Management Committee –Director, President, Branch Managers, Risk
Management Officer, Chief Compliance Officer, Head- I.T. Department and
Head – Human Resource Management

Course Outline

A. The information Technology landscape for the Financial Services Industry.
= The Global and Local outlook for IT in the Financial Services
= Starting blocks of Analysis: What is the Procurement Standard
= IT Risks and Business Risks
= Best practices on IT and IT outsourcing

Activity: Where is the Customer in Automation

B. Demystifying IT Outsourcing and Procurement
*How to Understand IT outsourcing from Non-Technical Perspective.
* Who is the User?
*Different Tools to Analyze Outsourcing Requirement
* Summary of BSP Regulations
Activity: Who is the End User?
C. IT Outsourcing as Part of the Capital Budgeting/Expenditure Process.
=Outsourcing in Accounting/Finance Reports
= Tools and Techniques in Capital Budgeting/Expenditures.
= Outsourcing in the Capital Budgeting/Expenditures Process.

D. Issues and Concerns.
= Service Level Agreement that Satisfies All Stakeholders: Vendor
Management and Requirement Checklist.
= Review of Banks’ Business Continuity Program (Disaster Recovery) with
Outsourcing.
E. Plenary presentation and Critique.
F. Live Case Study Focusing on the RFD/SLA
G. Next Steps: Essential Take-Aways .

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CANCELLED: Effective Business Communication Training – Mar 21-22 in RBAP Intramuros

TOWARDS BETTER CONNECTIONS: AN EFFECTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATION

Date: Mar-21-22, 2019 (Thu-Fri)
Venue: Gov. Licaros Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON

LUZ CIELO C. SANTOS
Bank Trainer –Consultant –Facilitator for Service Quality & Customer
Relationship Management

SEMINAR FEE
1. For Member – P4,800/per person
2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P5,300 / per person

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

Non-Refundable commitment fee of P2,400.00 per participant.

Bank: LBP – Intramuros, Branch
Account Name: RBRDFI
SA No. 0012-1046-26.
Telefax (02) 527-2969 /527-2980

Expected Participants
All professionals, supervisors, managers, and staff who want to enhance
their oral communication skills.

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT REGISTRATION: Mar 15, 2019.

COURSE OBJECTIVES *Understand audience profile and pupose for effective
business communication. * Develop and check proper structure, elements,
style and construction of business documents * Deliver business
documentation style appropriate to the business audience and context*
Deliver business documents, whether written or oral with the necessary
eloquence, appropriate clarity and confidence.

METHODOLOGY: Presentation, Discussion, Role Play, Case Studies, Workshop,
Individual and Group Activities, Pre-Seminar Assessment, Post Seminar
Assessment

Course Outline

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION
a. Principles of Effective Communication
b. Understanding your audience
c. Communicating with a purpose: the Business Environment
d. Self-Audit: How do I communicate

BUSINESS WRITING PRINCIPLES
a. A diagnostic exercise
b. Understanding the challenges and Pitfalls of business writing
c. A word on Terminologies, Jargon and Modern Language
d. The Case for graphics and visuals
e. Do’s and Don’ts
THE BASICS OF PRESENTATIONS
a. The Audtion : A presentation exercise
b. Evaluating your current presentation style
c. Effective presentation style
d. Written word vs Spoken Word
e. 5 PS of presentation and other famous P’s

THE QUINTESSESTIAL PRESENTATION

a. Format, elements, styles and delivery methods
b. Images, colors, words, props and other visual aids
c. Creative opening and memoralble closing
d. Developing rapport and other audience engagement techniques.
e. Common Cause of Business Failures

STAND AND DELIVER
a. Managing your audience: objection, handling and diplomacy
b. A partnership: the right questions and the effective listener
c. Presentation synthesis exericise
d. What am I doing wrong? What am I doing right?
e. Best practices

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