Today, GRBank’s renewed focus of “Empowering MSMEs, ENriching Pinoy Lives” aims to provide opportunities for them to start their business. Giving full support to the government’s thrust of inclusive growth by bringing development to the countryside where we serve.

In 2013, GRBank partnered with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and Department of Trade and Industry through the Financial Literacy Campaign and SME Roving Academy projects where the President and the EVP both made their presentations to clients and prospects. Through these partnerships, GRBank aims not only to offer financial assistance but also to provide MSMEs with a continuous learning program in developing their capabilities, potentials, and in making them more competitive in both the local and international markets.

GRBank’s CSR will be expanded with the support of its GRBank Foundation. GRBank’s officers and personnel live on the spirit of volunteerism. It has already started several annual projects like its Medical-Dental Missions, relief operations, tree planting, feeding programs, financial literacy programs, and scholarship programs. The GRBank family will always be willing to do the extra mile in giving service to others. In the coming years, GRBank will continue to provide such activities to help people, our way of showing that GRBank cares and gives back to the communities we serve.

GRBank plans to introduce more Products and Services in the near future. It will put up more ATMs and more online banking services – GRBank Debit and Credit Cards; an expanded Peso and US Dollar Remittance Product; and additional Bills Payment facilities.

We aim to remain the No. 1 Rural Bank in Pampanga and be among the Top Rural Banks in Central Luzon by continuing another century of Banking par Excellence with our 20/20 vision to be the No. 1 Rural Bank in the Country! In the next five years, as we reach out further with more branches in Region III provinces, we will also branch out to the CALABARZON Area (Region IV-A) – expanding our presence especially to the agriculturally and likewise industrially rich provinces of the South.