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March 01, 2024

RCBC partners with Swiftpay, Dragonpay to boost e-payments

Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) has partnered with payment gateway providers SwiftPay and Dragonpay to provide more digital payment options for online consumers and merchants.

RCBC’s customers can now use their mobile banking app to make payments when shopping online, as part of the bank’s commitment to accelerating digitalisation in the country.

The move is in line with the Digital Payments Transformation Roadmap led by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP).

Robertson Chiang, President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technology Officer of Dragonpay, said in a statement, “We support RCBC’s vision of reaching out to the financially underserved through their DiskarTech mobile app. We believe this collaboration between Dragonpay and RCBC DiskarTech will make e-commerce even more accessible to Filipinos from all walks of life.”

Meanwhile, Lito Villanueva, Bankero, Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation and Inclusion Officer of RCBC, added that “these partnerships will benefit thousands of Philippine businesses. The emergence of e-commerce in the Philippines is a significant event for thousands of MSMEs, and these partnerships are our gift to help businesses run by ordinary Filipinos enjoy the fruits of a fast-developing digital economy.”

RCBC DiskarTech is the bank’s multi-lingual financial inclusion application, which is available in Taglish and Cebuano.

RBCB has maintained its position as the country’s fiftth largest privately-owned universal bank since 2020.

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