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Land Bank teams up w/ PSA to convince more to save in bank
by Press release

The Land Bank of the Philippines continues its collaboration with the Philippine Statistics Authority for the Philippine Identification System (PhilSys) Project to bring unbanked Filipinos into the country’s financial system and allow them access to a wide range of banking services.

As of Sept. 2, Landbank has onboarded 5.3 million unbanked PhilSys registrants for their own transaction accounts through account opening booths at select PhilSys co-location areas nationwide.

The registrants have already used the Landbank prepaid cards for various transactions amounting to P31.8 million.

The PhilSys registrants can use the Landbank prepaid cards to safely and conveniently manage funds, withdraw cash, perform cashless transactions, shop and pay bills online, and receive government subsidies digitally.

“Bringing unbanked Filipinos into the financial mainstream lays the groundwork for inclusive growth, especially as we fast-track initiatives toward economic recovery and sustained development. Access to formal banking services encourages people to save money, repay loans, invest in financial products, and guides them to financial independence,” said Landbank President and CEO Cecilia C. Borromeo.

Unbanked PhilSys registrants may sign up for Landbank transaction accounts once they complete the PhilSys Step 2 registration, which covers validating supporting documents and capturing biometrics information.

PhilSys registrants can also activate their Landbank prepaid cards and perform their transactions through the Landbank Mobile Branches, which are deployed to communities across the country with disrupted or limited access to banking services.

The Landbank Mobile Branch is designed to service unbanked and underserved communities and areas affected by disasters, calamities, and other disruptive events, which form part of Landbank’s intensified efforts to advance greater financial inclusion in the country.


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