RBAP Member Banks

Bolinao Bank (Rural Bank of Bolinao, Inc.)

The Bolinao Bank was established and granted authority by the Central Bank to operate as a rural bank under the provisions of Republic Act 720 in September 2, 1966. Its establishment was spearheaded by Dr. Saturnino Abesamis and Mr. Fernando Navaral who, together with a core group of investors realized and fully appreciated the need for a rural bank in Bolinao to serve as a catalyst for countryside development

Green Bank, (Rural Green Bank of Caraga), Inc.

The Green Bank (Rural Green Bank of Caraga, Inc.) was established in 1975 as the Rural Bank of Nasipit, Inc. As a countryside financial institution it served the financial needs of the people in Nasipit for almost a decade until in the mid-80’s because of mismanagement it started to experience financial difficulties adversely affecting it ability to continue delivering financial services to the townspeople, farmers and fisherfolk.

Lifebank (Rural Bank of Maasin)

Peninsula Rural Bank, Inc. (RB of Tupi)

PENINSULA RURAL BANK, more commonly known as PENBANK, is a regional bank in Southern Mindanao, Philippines. The bank’s head office is in General Santos City and it has 15 branch offices in Mindanao and the Visayas.

Quezon Capital Rural Bank (QCRB)

Quezon Capital Rural Bank (QCRB) evolved out of a predicament. Rural Banking, then void in the provincial capital of Quezon, Lucena City, had to be filled to provide reliable financial services to the community’s small farmers, fishermen, traders and other enterprising individuals.

The New Rural Bank of San Leonardo

The New Rural Bank of San Leonardo envisions the microenterprising poor playing a vital role as initiators and beneficiaries of development. Our vision is to become a leading provider of microfinance services and a strategic partner in the development of local economies.