DBP bankrolls Mandaue
DBP Chairman Philip G. Lo (fourth from left) and DBP President and Chief Executive Officer Michael O. de Jesus (third from left) pose with Mandaue City Mayor Jonas Cortes (fifth from left) during the ceremonial signing for DBP’s P3-billion loan to the City Government of Mandaue. Also in photo are DBP Directors Victor Alfonso Limlingan and Emmeline David (first and second from left, respectively) along with officials of Mandaue City LGU.
Provincial

DBP to bankroll P3-B Mandaue government center

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has granted a P3-billion loan to the local government unit (LGU) of Mandaue City for the construction of

DBP ASENSO Program Palawan
Shown during the loan agreement signing between DBP and the Provincial Government of Palawan are (from left): DBP Puerto Princesa Lending Center Acting Head Sara Jane Nacion-De Leon, DBP Senior Vice President Daniel Gonzales, Palawan Governor Dennis Socrates, Palawan Vice Governor Leoncio Ola, and Palawan Provincial Treasurer Elino Mondragon.
News

DBP lends P2-B for infra and climate change projects in Palawan

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has extended a P2-billion loan to the Provincial Government of Palawan to support vital public infrastructure projects including

DBP cited for sustainability practices
DBP Senior Vice President for Operations Catherine Magana (middle) receives the Top Sustainability Advocates in Asia award under the Sustainability category of the Asia Corporate Excellence and Sustainability (ACES) Awards 2023 during ceremonies held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Also in photo are MORS Group Chief Executive Officer Shanggari Balakrishnan (left) and AUBRENS Managing Partner Dr Jayanthi Desan.
Business

DBP cited for pioneering sustainability practices

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has been recognized by an international organization for being ahead of the curve in the sustainability arena as

Iloilo City slaughterhouse loan from DBP
Shown during the loan agreement signing between DBP and the local government unit of Iloilo City are (from left): DBP legal officer Atty. Kenneth Alovera, DBP account officer Liezel Quindong, DBP Iloilo branch head Atty. Rodel Bustillo, Iloilo City Mayor Jerry Treñas, DBP Iloilo Lending Center head Jessica Juanico, and Iloilo City Legal Officer Atty. Fydah Sabando.
Business

DBP extends P180M loan for new Iloilo City slaughterhouse

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has granted a P180-million loan to the city government of Iloilo as part of ongoing efforts to bolster

DBP lends for Mindanao hydropower plant
DBP Chairman Dante O. Tiñga (seated, fifth from left) and DBP President and Chief Executive Officer Michael O. de Jesus (seated, fourth from left) are shown during the loan agreement signing between DBP and INVESTCO BHPI, Inc. for the latter’s proposed 8.4MW Maladugao River hydroelectric power plant. Also shown in photo are (seated, from left): DBP Senior Vice President Daniel Gonzales, DBP Director Emmeline C. David, INVESTCO BHPI, Inc. Vice-President and Treasurer Kenneth Sytin, INVESTCO BHPI, Inc. President and CEO Rommel Sytin, DBP Director Wilma T. Eisma, and DBP Director Philip G. Lo. At the back are officers and staff of DBP and INVESTCO BHPI, Inc.
Business

DBP lends P1.4-B for 8.4MW Mindanao hydropower plant

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has extended a P1.4-billion loan to a top renewable energy firm as partial funding to construct a 8.4-megawatt

DBP and PPCWD
DBP President and Chief Executive Officer Michael O. de Jesus (second from left) is shown during the loan agreement signing with the Puerto Princesa City Water District. (PPCWD) Also in photo are (from left): DBP Senior Vice President Daniel Gonzales, PPCWD Chairman Atty. Peter Winston Gonzales, and PPCWD General Manager Walter Laurel.
Business

DBP bankrolls Puerto Princesa water project

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has granted a P375-million loan to the Puerto Princesa City Water District (PPCWD) to support initiatives aimed at