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George S. Inocencio
Executive Vice President

Mr. Inocencio is the Head of Branch Banking Sector of the Development Bank of the Philippines. He brings with him over 30 years of professional experience in branch operations support; remittance, payments and disbursements; electronic banking and financial technology; marketing and business development; partner ecosystem management; and business analytics as Head of the Bank’s Branch Operations Support Group; Officer-in-Charge of the Branch Marketing Group; and Head of Remittance Department.

Mr. Inocencio started his career at the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA), an attached agency under the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) that handles OFW welfare programs and services. He served for eight years under the Land Bank of the Philippines’ Overseas Remittance and Marketing Office, including seven years as Chief Representative of LBP’s Taiwan Representative Office. After retiring from LBP in 2000, he served in the private sector with stints in IT business analytics regional sales, partner development and channel management (ASEAN/China/India), and he also covered North America/Canada region for a publicly-listed remittance company.

As an industry advocate, Mr. Inocencio served as the immediate past President of the Association of Bank Remittance Officers, Inc. (ABROI), an organization of 12 Philippine banks active in the OFW remittance industry. He is also DBP’s representative to the BancNet OpsCom since 2020.

Mr. Inocencio graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of the Philippines, Diliman. He completed his post-graduate Master in Management, with distinction, at the Asian Institute of Management (AIM) in 2001.

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