WealthBank traces its origin in the year 1967 when Danao City Development Bank was granted a thrift bank license and an authority to operate by then Central Bank of the Philippines. This single-branch thrift bank, principally located in Danao City, had equity participation by the Development Bank of the Philippines and the Land Bank of the Philippines.
KasamaKA, a pioneering grassroots-based movement aimed at empowering the unbanked population, has been officially adopted as the financial inclusion and social advocacy program across 81 provinces in the country through a resolution signed by the National Executive Board of the League of Provinces in the Philippines (LPP).
Yuchengco-led Rizal MicroBank has tapped Lendr, the award-winning and the country's largest digital lending platform as a service of FINTQnologies Corp. (FINTQ), to reach a wider market to offer its agricultural and business loans.
FINTQ--the financial technology arm of Voyager Innovations--projects loans processed through digital platforms to grow faster as more borrowers find it convenient and lending companies benefit from lower costs.
FINTQnologies Corp. (FINTQ)--the financial technology arm of Voyager Innovations--has rolled out an alternative channel for micro, small and medium enterprises (mSME) to access affordable credit through its award-winning digital lending platform, Lendr.
Pioneering and award-winning digital lending platform Lendr recently bagged yet another international recognition as it was recently named the “Best Consumer Finance Product” at the Asian BankerPhilippine Country Awards 2017 held recently in Makati City. Lendr (www.lendr.com.ph), developed by Voyager Innovations’ financial technology arm FINTQ, allows prospective borrowers to search for thebest loan, file their applications and submit requirements online or via mobile phones, eliminating the need to go to a physical bank branch or to fill out long and complicated application forms.
In Photo: FINTQ Managing Director and KasamaKA Founder and [...]
In Photo (from Left): Lito Villanueva, FINTQ Managing Director; [...]
JK Capital is a financing institution that is serving the financial needs of small businesses in the Philippines. The company was established in 2014 to provide flexible short term, unsecured loans to small businesses primarily in the retail, service, food and beverage industries. By providing swift financial solutions to small businesses, we aim to help our small businesses to actualize their goals and ambitions.
A group of enterprising executives belonging to various industries saw the opportunity to venture in the booming consumer financing business. Combining their strengths, Robert B. Jordan handled credit; Ruben Y. Lugtu Jr. labored on the financials while the late Wilfredo T. Anastacio took care of the human resources and operations. With the good demand and sound credit, the company, which they formed, Asialink Finance Corporation was off to a good start. Established in June of 1997, Asialink Finance Corporation is now the leading and fastest growing finance company in the Philippines.