During the opening program, Atty. Roland F. Deticio, Vice Mayor of Malaybalay in his message said, “Cantilan Bank has already been a partner of our province for a couple of years now even before its brick and mortar
presence in the area since it has tied-up with farmer organizations by servicing their financial needs.” He further stated that the Bank’s presence will help propel the development of the local farming industry which will surely create a positive effect in the city’s economy. “The growth of our farmers also means growth of the entire community,” he said.
CBI President Brig. Gen. Charles Y. Hotchkiss said that the opening of a Cantilan Bank branch in Malaybalay aims to create a great impact in the livelihood and economic activities in city including its neighboring places within Northern Mindanao in support of the financial inclusion objectives of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.
Clients can now enjoy affordable and enhanced banking services including deposits, loans, micro-insurance, remittances, and payment facilities which are all well-fitted according to the financial needs of its clients.
Malaybalay Branch is located at Pesasico Bldg., Market Site Brgy. 9, Malaybalay City. The office is headed by its branch head Mr. Neil Brian Quiñonez together with his team of professional, friendly, and customer-oriented staff.
Founded in 1980, Cantilan Bank, Inc. (CBI) is one of the leading community banks in the country with Corporate Headquarters in Cantilan, Surigao del Sur.
CBI has Php 2.4 billion pesos in total assets as of June 2016 and provides financial services through its collective network of 41 branches and offices, and 24 ATMs that are strategically located across Caraga Region, Misamis Oriental, Compostela Valley, Davao del Norte, Davao del Sur, Davao Oriental, Southern Leyte, and Bukidnon.
Cantilan Bank was awarded by Landbank of the Philippines as one of the top 3 Outstanding Countryside Financial Institutions in the country and as the best CFI intermediary with the lowest pass-on rate. In 2013 and 2014, CBI was cited by the BIR as the top corporate taxpayer in Surigao del Sur. Its microsavings product for students was recognized as the best in the country by the Rafael B. Buenaventura Foundation. The bank also won the 2015 International Microfinance Best Practices Award from Fondazione Giordano dell’Amore.
CBI is regulated by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and Securities and Exchange Commission. It is a proud member of Rural Bankers Association of the Philippines, Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation, and BancNet powered by Nationlink. For more information on your friendly community bank, visit www.cantilanbank.com.
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