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Legazpi Savings Expands Beyond its Traditional Base With its Newest Branch

The Robinsons Bank Subsidiary Opens in San Fernando, Pampanga.
by Robinsons Bank And JG Summit Teams | Sep 20, 2018
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Legazpi Savings, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Robinsons Bank (RBank) since 2012, is expanding its network beyond its traditional base of operations with the recent opening of its first branch in Pampanga.

Located in the city of San Fernando, this latest branch signals Legazpi Savings’ intent to further expand and serve other regions, offering both deposits and loan products to its target clientele.

Mykel D. Abad, president of Legazpi Savings, said that true to JG Summit’s motto of “Making Life Better for Every Filipino,” the bank aims to continue its expansion in order to provide a variety of banking services to more Filipinos throughout Central Luzon and beyond.

With its focus on providing its customers with a wider portfolio of product and service offerings, flexible financial solutions, digital improvements, and additional branches, Legazpi Savings is set to do just that. As part of its growth strategy, Legazpi Savings Bank has also redefined its brand, aligning it with its parent bank by adopting a new logo that now more closely resembles Robinsons Bank’s recognizable green color from its original palette of purple and yellow.

Legazpi Saving has 15 branches to date, located in the Bicol region provinces of Albay, Sorsogon, Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, and Catanduanes; Quezon province; and Pampanga, the latest addition.

 

 

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