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March 01, 2024

Landbank scales up support for Bulacan with new corporate center

State-run Land Bank of the Philippines headed by bankero Cecilia Borromeo recently inaugurated a three-story corporate center along McArthur Highway in Malolos City to provide Bulaceños convenient access to a wide array of banking services.

“The Landbank Bulacan Corporate Center illustrates our continuing commitment to provide greater banking convenience and accessibility to our growing customers. We also hope that this serves as a landmark to generate livelihood and business opportunities to bolster Bulacan’s local economy,” the bankero said.

The corporate center is designed as a one-stop shop for various banking and financial services, as it houses the Bank’s major touch points and offices.

Located at the ground floor of the corporate center is the Landbank Malolos Highway Branch, which caters to nearby local government units, academic institutions, corporations, and individual depositors from the 51 barangays of Malolos City and the 29 barangays of the Municipality of Calumpit.

Also situated in the building is the Landbank Bulacan Lending Center, which offers affordable financing for farmers and fishers, agribusinesses, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), countryside financial institutions, and local government units (LGUs), among others.

Other Landbank field offices stationed in the Bulacan Corporate Center are the Bulacan Accounting Center, Field Legal Services, Area Legal Unit II, Property Valuation and Credit Information Department-Bulacan Field Team, and the Bulacan Loans Operations Field Unit. A dedicated space for the Commission on Audit Regional Office III was also provided within the corporate center.

As of end April, Landbank has a total of 12 branches, one lending center, and 51 ATMs across the province of Bulacan.

Landbank is the only bank present in all 81 provinces in the Philippines, with its continued expansion geared towards servicing the requirements of its diverse customer base, especially in unbanked and underserved areas.

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