Thursday, July 30, 2015
City Savings Bank opened its 11th branch in National Capital Region (NCR) at Quezon City last June 30; this is 47th in Luzon and 80th branch nationwide.
Silverio Estorco, Principal of Lupang Pangako Elementary School with his assistant, Ronnel Damiray joined the CitySavings team led by Catalino Abacan, President and Chief Executive Officer, Richard Bernadez and Roland Recamara, Regional Business Head and Regional Operations Head for NCR respectively.
“Quezon City who is under Saint Joseph Shrine of Cubao who is the patron saint of all workers. This is a reminder to all the employees in the bank that he is our model for doing work well and delivering service to our customers. Our promise to you our customers is transparency, what you see is what you get.” shared Abacan.
Estorco shared an experience he had with the service of CitySavings when he was hospitalized in 2014. He needed to be operated and he texted Richard Bernadez and Rechie Lastimoso about his requirement. He did not expect that Richard and Rechie delivered the loan application form and the proceeds to him personally. “With more branches, there will be more teachers who will benefit. I have compared the interest of CitySavings and it is the lowest among the lending institutions. I would also like to thank CitySavings for making our school one of the beneficiaries of Brigada Eskwela where they gave the school P20,000 worth of painting materials.”
The branch located at Ground floor Belmont Place Building No. 5 Anonas Street, Project 3, Quezon City expects to serve 6,000 public school teachers.