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Board of Directors


Board of Directors 2016
Chairman Andres Galang Panganiban
Board Treasurer Magdalena Gajudo Fernandez
Director Jocelyn Felizardo Cajiuat
Abundio Dungao Quililan, Jr.
Fr. Juvenal Abrantes Moraleda
Independent Director Carmelita Nuguid Ericta
Corporate Secretary Atty. Elrich Valconcha Barraquias
Independent Director Atty. Celia Notario Galzote - Valdez
Director Patricia Fe Crisostomo Gonzales
Marcelo Nagum Jampil
Guillermo Cruzat Bacsa
Bank Officers
President and CEO Abundio D. Quililan, Jr.
Senior Vice President and COO Joel I. Rodriguez
Vice President for Branches Liza J. Ison
Vice President and CCO Atty. Michael Angelo T. Reyes
Vice President and CFO Aurelio B. Villaflor
Vice President and Chief of Staff Marcelo N. Jampil
AVP & MIS Head Sherwin S. Sangalang
AVP & Credit Head Jubailene B. Bulawit
AVP & Marketing Officer Rizalinda S. Lumibao
AVP & Marketing Officer Michael P. Mendoza


NRBSL Board of Directors in Action


"NRBSL continues to change microfinance and the rural banking landscape from one that traditionally serves the rich to one that serves the victim of mass impoverishment."

Bishop Julio X. Labayen
Chairman Emeritus


"The Bank has myriad ways to make microfinance products and services genuinely significant and integral to local economy development."

Andres G. Panganiban
NRBSL President


"More than adding to the Bank's figures and bottom lines, the Bank is about building pillars for the development of local economies"

Jocelyn F. Cajiuat
NRBSL Corporate Treasurer & Board Member


"Being with clients is a regular fare at NRBSL. It is not only inspirational but a way of getting in touch with reality and keeping the board of directors' feet on the ground."

Nena Gajudo-Fernandez
NRBSL Board Secretary


"An enterprise-friendly bank that, extends timely financing is one obstacle less in the complicated task of local economy building"

Jay Lacsamana
NRBSL Board Member


"The NRBSL microfinance program made an impact on the lives of the people we visited. I am sure that more stories such as these are echoed in other areas that the Bank serves. Our task is like planting small seeds that can grow into vast fields of green and golden grain."

Patricia Fe Gonzales
NRBSL Board Member


"Rural banking should be about helping others help themselves through socially responsible investments. But, ultimately, it is really about giving new hope, restoring personal dignity and renewing one's faith in humanity, especially for the downtrodden."

Aileen Baviera
NRBSL Board Member