Lessons Learned from Providing Financial Education to Promote Branchless Banking

By Aditya Banerjee This is the second of a four part series of articles about the RBAP-MABS National Roundtable 2012 Conference panel session entitled “Using New Channels to Expand Microfinance Services”. Rural banks already play a big role in small communities. They serve over one million low-income families who place their trust – from microinsurance [...]

Rural Banks Learn Best Practices in Developing Housing Microfinance Products

Fifteen (15) participants from seven (7) Luzon rural banks shared their best practices in developing, marketing, and selling housing microfinance product to their clients at the Training Workshop conducted by the United States Agency for International Development-supported Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines-Microenterprise Access to Banking Services Program, in partnership with the Research and Development [...]

Rural Bankers share Lessons Learned from the Housing Microfinance Training

The recently concluded Market Research phase of the Housing Microfinance (HMF) Training by the Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines-Microenterprise Access to Banking Services (RBAP-MABS) Program served as a venue for rural bankers to learn many lessons and insights. During the training held at GM Bank Training Room, Cabanatuan City on February 8-10, 2012, participants [...]

RBAP-MABS Participating Bank to Share Experiences During the Mobile Money Transfer Asia Pacific Conference

The leading event for Mobile money in the Asia Pacific region will bring together stakeholders from banks, MNOs, MFIs, rural banks and regulators at the Mobile Money Transfer Asia Pacific Conference (MMT-APAC) in Singapore from January 30 – February 2, 2012. In line with this event, GM Bank, one of the MABS Participating Banks will [...]