Another branch adds to the network of offices Rang-ay Bank has established in the Ilocos and Cordillera regions.
The 25th branch is at San Juan, La Union, strengthening the regional coverage Rang-ay Bank has established through its more than 5 decades of countryside banking. The branch is located at the newly constructed public market of the municipality.
Rang-ay Bank San Juan opened on January 16, coinciding with the company’s 57thanniversary.
The opening ceremony and cutting of the ribbon was led by San Juan Mayor Ruben L. Valero, Jr. He was joined by the wife of Congressman Victor Ortega, Hon. Mary Jane C. Ortega and former Chair of the Board of Dentistry, Dr. Rose Canlas-Nisce. The blessing was led by Rev. Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, the President of Saint Louis College, City of San Fernando, La Union.
Rang-ay Bank President & CEO, Ives Q. Nisce started the program by stating that the event marks another milestone of the institution. San Juan Branch is the branch of Rang-ay Bank in the province of La Union. The opening of the branch is in line with the bank’s commitment to bring modern banking services to the doorsteps of the people of La Union, where it’s head office is located.
Mayor Ruben L. Valero Jr. welcomed the new branch and the only bank in San Juan. He expressed his heartfelt gratitude, saying, “The launch of Rang-ay Bank in the municipality is a sign of progress and development in the community.”
The latest opening brings Rang-ay Bank’s branch network to 25, all strategically located in six northern provinces: Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Pangasinan, Abra and Benguet.
This newly opened branch is another example of Rang-ay Bank’s concrete contribution to the advocacy of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas for financial inclusion, making available a wide range of financial services to the underbanked and unbanked sectors of our society.