The incoming Board of Directors and Officers of the RBAP with Baguio City Mayor Mr. Mauricio Domogan after the oath-taking ceremony in Baguio City.

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Rural bankers with Senator Juan Edgardo “Sonny” M. Angara during the RBAP National Convention

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Mr. Antonio Pasia congratulates Mr. Giovanni Gabriento of the Rural Bank of Digos in his election as the new president of RBAP.

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Mr. Antonio Pasia presiding the General Membership Meeting in Baguio City. Joining him are VP for Luzon Engr. Gualberto Agatep Jr., VP for Mindanao Mr. Eduardo Pelaez, RBRDFI Trustee and RBAP Past President Mr. Vittorio Almario, Mr. Giovanni Gabriento, Corporate Secretary, and Mr. Frank Mendoza, Treasurer.

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The 64th RBAP National Convention and General Membership Meeting held last May 29-30, 2017 at the Cordillera Convention Hall of the Baguio Country Club, Baguio City.

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Bank Security & Protection – July 26-27

BANK SECURITY & PROTECTION

Date: Jul 26-27, 2017 (Wed-Thu.)
Venue: Gov. Licaros Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON
Mr. Jason A. Domingo Intelligence Officer –II of NBI,
Trainer and Consultant for Banks Safety & Security Program

SEMINAR FEE

1. Member – P3,800/pax
2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P4,200/pax

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P1,400.00 /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: July 21, 2017.

I. Objectives
For the participants to learn the Common Security Service Provision as
provided in the Manual of Bank Regulations (MORB) as amended in BSP
Circular No. 823, series of 2014. 


1. Overview of the varied security concepts.
2. Provide participants a rounded picture of the
risk and entity or corporation such as bank faces and how to properly
conduct risk assessment and analysis through the physical examination of a
facility and its operation.
3. Explain the minimum qualifications for a Bank Security Officer and
a security consultant relative to the implementation of a comprehensive
Bank Security Program.
4. Learn a comprehensive Security Assessment
Plan as a basis for the Chief Security Officer in the discharge of his
duties and responsibilities.

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS
President, Director, Compliance Officer, Risk Management Manager, Chief
Security Officer, HR Manager, Branch Manager

Course Outline

➢ Part I. Introduction
a. Aspect of Security
1.Assurance
2. Countermeasures
a. Security Survey & Risk Assessment and Analysis
b. Minimum Security Matters
3. Defense in –depth
4. Exploit]

➢ Part II. Bank Security Program
Guard System
Security Devices
Security Planning Consideration
Cash Transport
Cash Transport
➢ Bank Robbery Scenarios
➢ Basic Qualifications of a Bank Security Officer and Security
Consultant
➢ Workshop on preparation for the Bank Security Program

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Strategic Human Resource Management – July 28-29

STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Date: July 28-29, 2017 (Fri-Sat)
Venue: Gov. Licaros Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON
MS. OLIMPIA N. CRUZ, RMO
Bank Officer – Risk Management, Consultant for bank’s HRM, Trainer

SEMINAR FEE
1. Member – P3,800 / pax

2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P4,200 / pax

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

Non-Refundable commitment fee of P1,900.00 per participant.

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

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS
President & CEOs, Director, General Manager, HR Head & Compliance Officer

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT REGISTRATION: July 21, 2017.

Course Objectives
The Strategic Human Resource Management consistent with the provisions of
BSP Circular 900, s. 2016, Guidelines on Operational Risk Management.

1. Learn the Human Resource Management perspectives;
2. Know and understand the HR interlinked functions and processes;
3. Establish the duties and responsibilities of HR Managers and Business
Line Managers in managing risks related to Human Resource Management;
4. Establish and implement mechanisms needed in order to comply with BSP
Circular 900.

Methodology: Lectures, Workshop and Case Study

Course Outline

Day 1 –Human Resource Management Background

1. Human Resource Planning – definition and scope of HR Planning
A. Job Analysis and Job Design
B. Review of Current Manpower Supply

2. Recruitment and Selection
A. Sources of qualified personnel
B. Recruiting Methods and Process I.

3.Competency Framework Development
A. Competency Framework Milestone
B. Classification of Competencies
C. Setting proficiency levels

4. Training and Development
A. Factors affecting training outcomes
B. Talent management for smaller organizations: challenges and advantages

5. Performance Management
A Performance Management Cycle
B. Link with other HR functions

Day 2 –Rewards Management

1. Rewards Management
A. Rewards and Recognition
B. Categories of Performance-based rewards
C. Issues in implementing Awards/Incentive Programs
D. Choosing the right rewards mix suitable to the organization.

2. Rewards Management
A. Rewards and Recognition
B. Categories of Performance-based rewards
C. Issues in implementing Awards/Incentive Programs
D. Choosing the right rewards mix suitable to the organization

3. Management of HR Related Risks
A. Managing HR related Risks
B. Elements of HR governance in managing HR risks
C. HR Communications

5. Organization Development: Managing Change
A. Effective management of change

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Compliance Mgmnt System Assessment – July 12-13

COMPLIANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ASSESSMENT

Date: July 12-13, 2017 (Wed-Thu)
Venue: Gov. Licaros Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON
Mr. Diego B. Ledda, Jr.
Trainer/Consultant -Management
& Financial Consultancy Services

SEMINAR FEE

1. For Member – P4,500/per person
2. Non-Member/Delinquent –P4,800 / per person

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P2,200.00 /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: July 07, 2017.

Course Objectives
1. To identify, prioritize, and assign accountability for managing
existing or potential threats related to legal or policy noncompliance—or
ethical misconduct—that could lead to fines or penalties, reputational
damage, or the inability to operate in key markets.
2.To understand the laws and regulations with which the Bank is required
to comply in all risk areas where it conducts business, as well as
critical organizational policies—whether or not those policies are based
on legal requirements.
3.To learn the roles and responsibilities of Chief Compliance Officer in
the organization.
4.To learns how to prepare annual compliance program, assessment and reports

Day 1

1.The Compliance Risk Management
*Define Compliance risk and Compliance Risk Management
* Status of Compliance Functions
* Regulations Governing Compliance Functions
* Requirements of successful Compliance Risk Management

2.Board and Senior Management Oversight
* Roles and Responsibilities of the Board of Directors
*Roles and Responsibilities of Senior Management
*Roles and Responsibilities of Employees

3.The Compliance Office and Compliance Officer

4.The Compliance Program
5. Reports , Reporting Frequencies

*Types of Reports Being Prepared by the Compliance Officer
*Frequency and Manner of Reporting
*Actions Needed in Compliance Reports

6.Improving Compliance Risk Management
*Identifying Inherent problems for Effective Compliance
7. Outsourcing of Compliance Assessment and Testing
8. Common Problems and BSP audit Findings in Compliance System and How to
Avoid them

Day 2

1.Hands-On Preparation
*Annual Compliance Program
*Assessment of Risk Areas
*Reports
Required on Day 2: Laptop Computer, USB Compliance Manual

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Operational Risk Management Training -July 14-15

OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINING

SCHEDULE

Date: Jul.14-15, 2017 (Fri-Sat)
Venue: Gov. Licaros Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON
Mr. Don V. Sumadchat, MBA
Bank Executive Officer, Trainer on Strategic Formulation & Execution,
Trust Asset Management & Risk Management.

SEMINAR FEE
1. For Member – P3,800 /per person
2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P4,200 / per person

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P2,000.00 /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: Jul. 07, 2017.

Course Objectives
a) Define operational risk and its management
b) Determine the duties and responsibilities of Board of Directors,
management and Business
c) Line Manager in managing operational risk. Formulate risk appetite
statement, risk tolerances and limits
d) Apply Operational Risk Management tools cognizant to Risk Management
Process: identify, assess, measure, control and monitor
operational risk

Expected Participants
President, 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. BSP Circular 900 Policy Statement
B. Scope and extent of Operational Risk and its management
C. Duties and Responsibilities
1. Board of Directors
2. Management
3. Business Line Managers
4. Operational Risk Management Function
5. Internal Audit
6. Compliance Function
7. Risk Management Unit
D. Operational Risk Management Framework
1. Risk Identification and Assessment
1.a. Building Loss Event Categories and loss database
*Internal fraud /External fraud
*Clients, products and business practices
*Employment practices and
workplace safety,
*Business disruption and system
failures
1.b. Introduction to ORM Tools
• Results of internal/external audit and supervisory issues raised in
the BSP Report of Examination (ROE)
• Internal Loss Data Collection and Analysis
• Risk Self Assessments (RSA)
• Risk Control Self Assessments (RCSA)
• Business Process Mappings
• Risk and Performance Indicators
• Scenario Analysis
• Model Measurement Comparative Analysis
2. Risk Control and Mitigation
3. Risk Monitoring and Reporting
E. Workshop on RCS
F. Synthesis

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Tree Planting – RBBI Activities 2016

56th Anniversary Parade – RBBI Activities 2016

Team Building – RBBI Activities 2016

Basic Course on Tellering -June 30 2017

BASIC COURSE ON TELLERING

Date: Jun 30, 2017 (Fri)
Venue: RBAP, Intramuros, Manila
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

Resource Person:
Ms. Victoria Palanca
Branch Bank Head, Trainer & Consultant

SEMINAR FEE
1. For Member – P2,600

2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P2,800

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P1,300.00 /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: June 23, 2017.

At the end of the one-day session, participants should be able to:
I. Classify his/her role and identify the main job of his/her position in
conformity with bank rules and regulation.
II. Process transactions proficiently according to par policies and
procedures.
III. Adhere to established internal control measures in accepting,
sorting, and handling checks and cash

Seminar Methodologies
Lecture, Discussions and Workshops

Expected Participants
Bank Teller, Cashier, Account Officers, Loan Officers

Course Outline

I. The Teller
II. General Operations of Tellering
III. Documents on new accounts
IV. Tellers’ receiving functions
V. Negotiable Instruments Law
VI. Tellers’ paying functions
VII. Customer satisfaction
VIII. Curtailing frauds and mistakes

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Signature Verification Bank Fraud & Forgery Detection -Jun 29 2017

SIGNATURE VERIFICATION, BANK FRAUD AND FORGERY DETECTION SEMINAR

Date: Jun 29, 2017 (Thu)
Venue: RBAP, Intramuros, Manila
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

Resource Person:
Ms. Jennifer Dominguez
Question Document Examiners, NBI

SEMINAR FEE
1. For Member – P2,400
2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P2,700

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P1,200.00 /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: June 23, 2017.

Objective
For the participants to be aware of the significance of handwriting
identification and other aspects of questioned documents examination to
related areas in their chosen field;

Seminar Methodologies
Lecture, Discussions and Workshops

Expected Participants
Bank Teller, Cashier, Account Officers, Loan Officers

Course Outline

Module 1: Signature Verification and Forgery Detection
a. Handwriting Impressions

i) Manual operation of the hand and the brain
b. Typewriting and Printing Impressions

ii) Machine produced impressions
iii) Miscellaneous Aspects
iv) Alterations
v) Sequence of strokes, etc

Module 2: Fraud Detection and Prevention
a. Elements of Fraud
b. Prevention Techniques
c. Internal Control System

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Marketing Strategy of Bank Services – Jun. 21-22 2017

MARKETING STRATEGY OF BANK SERVICES

Date: June 21-22, 2017 (Wed.-Thurs.)
Venue: Gov. Licaros Hall, RBAP, Intramuros,
Time: 8:30am to 5:00pm

RESOURCE PERSON
MR. REMIGIO TITO TIRONES
Seasoned Bank Officer, Trainer Bank & SME Consultant

SEMINAR FEE
1. For Member – P3,800
2. Non-Member/Delinquent – P4,200

MODE OF PAYMENT
Check payable to:

Rural Bankers Research & Development Foundation Inc.

To reserve slot, a Non-Refundable commitment fee of P2,000.00 /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

EXPECTED PARTICIPANTS
Marketing & Business Dev. Officer, Loan Officers, Account Officers,
Remedial & Credit Officers, Branch Managers

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT REGISTRATION: June 15, 2017.

Course Objectives

1. To establish the rationale, relevance and need of marketing bank
products and services.
2. To provide the participants with basic knowledge and skills on:
– marketing various bank products;
– structuring product offerings to clients;
– client/s identification and market segmentation;
– solicitation techniques; and
– winning and locking-in a client.

Course Outline

Day 1. Establishing the rationale on the need of Bank Marketing
a.m. Bank Marketing: Definition
Organizational Objectives vis-a-vis Marketing (and marketing
objectives)
Financial Services Peculiarities
The concept of Marketing Mix, defined
p.m. Essence of Marketing Strategy
The 4 P’s of Marketing
Relationship between 4 P’s and 4 C’s
Understanding Customer Needs vs. Bank’s Objectives
Market Mix of Services
Workshop…….

Day 2. Hands on Exercise on: Client Prospecting, Identification, Sourcing
and Accounts Marketing
a.m. Synchronizing target market with bank policies.
– Bank branding.
– Review of existing policies, present portfolio, market segment, etc.
– Review of Acceptable exposure risk.
– Review of existing bank products and services vs. perceived
market demands.
– Role of pro-active product development.
– Present organizational structure vs. desired set-up, budget,
income and performance.

Sourcing Potential Accounts.
a. Mining present database.
– analyze accounts portfolio linkages.
– focusing on desired grouping.
b. Referrals from existing clients.
c. Linkages with local industry associations.
p.m. Building up of Potential Clients
a. How and what to present identified accounts/clients
b. Techniques in Closing a deal
c. Locking-in a Loan account
d. Loan Account Documentation and Loan Credit Packaging

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