MABS successfully conducts 2nd Mobile Phone Banking Accreditation Course for Southern Tagalog RBs

MABS successfully conducted the second of this year’s mobile phone banking accreditation trainings on March 3 in Tagaytay, Batangas. Twenty-nine participants from 18 Luzon-based rural banks, five of which are already accredited to offer mobile phone banking services (MPBS) via Globe’s GCASH platform, attended the training.
Through the training, qualified rural banks can obtain accreditation to offer GCASH and apply to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) for authorization to offer MPBS.  MABS provided the participants with a detailed workshop on the MPBS implementation process, mobile phone banking step-by-step procedures, and sets of MPBS manuals.
MABS conducted the first training in Pampanga on February 17 and is set for another to be held on March 17 for Visayas and Mindanao rural banks. It will be conducted at the Sarossa International Hotel and Residential Suites in Cebu City.

Participants registered to GCASH and were given hands-on mobile phone banking exercises.

MABS successfully conducted the second of this year’s mobile phone banking accreditation trainings on March 3 in Tagaytay, Batangas. Twenty-nine participants from 18 Luzon-based rural banks, five of which are already accredited to offer mobile phone banking services (MPBS) via Globe’s GCASH platform, attended the training.

Through the training, qualified rural banks can obtain accreditation to offer GCASH and apply to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) for authorization to offer MPBS.  MABS provided the participants with a detailed workshop on the MPBS implementation process, mobile phone banking step-by-step procedures, and sets of MPBS manuals.

MABS conducted the first training in Pampanga on February 17 and is set for another to be held on March 17 for Visayas and Mindanao rural banks. It will be conducted at the Sarossa International Hotel and Residential Suites in Cebu City.