State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) has announced that its branch in Bataan Province has moved to a more strategic location at Capitol Drive, Tenejero in Balanga City. One of the 131 branches and 12 branch-lite units of DBP, Balanga branch has had a strategic presence in Bataan Province for 46 years, serving about 853,000 residents per 2020 population census. With more than 7,000 depositors from the public and private sector, the relocated branch will provide improved access to DBP’s full range of offerings including deposit and investment products, transfer and remittance services, among others. The relocation of DBP Balanga was one of the main thrusts of the DBP Board of Directors as part of their efforts to enhance overall banking experience for clients and customers of the 75-year-old bank.
Left photo shows (from left) DBP President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel G. Herbosa, DBP Senior Vice President George S. Inocencio, Bataan 2nd District Representative Jose Enrique S. Garcia III, Balanga City Mayor Francis Anthony S. Garcia, and Bataan Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia during the blessing and inauguration of the newly-relocated DBP Balanga Branch. Right photo shows the façade of DBP Balanga Branch.