LANDBANK backs San Juan City’s digitalization, infra projects

LANDBANK President and CEO Cecilia C. Borromeo (4 th from left) and other Bank officers pay a courtesy visit to San Juan City Mayor Francisco Javier M. Zamora (seated) on 09 November 2022, to express support for the LGU’s digitalization and infrastructure projects for the city.

SAN JUAN CITY – The Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) reaffirmed its
commitment to the City Government of San Juan in supporting its digitalization and
infrastructure development agenda for the welfare of the City’s residents.

LANDBANK President and CEO Cecilia C. Borromeo paid a courtesy visit to San Juan
City Mayor Francisco Javier M. Zamora on 09 November 2022 to discuss ongoing
joint initiatives and explore other opportunities for collaboration to accelerate the
City’s growth and development.

LANDBANK has financed the LGU’s infrastructure projects over the years, including
the construction of its City Hall and the San Juan Medical Center, as well as the
acquisition of medical equipment for the healthcare facility.


The two principals discussed the possible construction of a local government center
in the City to house government offices, sports facilities, and other support services.
LANDBANK likewise supports San Juan City’s digitalization thrust by providing secure
and reliable digital banking services for the efficient operations of the LGU. These
services include digital account management via the LANDBANK weAccess and
digital tax payments through the LANDBANK Electronic Tax Payment System (eTPS).

The San Juan LGU previously signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the
Bank to utilize the LANDBANK Link.BizPortal, and will soon be able to provide local
residents a safe, reliable, and efficient online payment solution to pay their taxes,
permits, and other fees.

Also in partnership with the LGU, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in
the City also conveniently received their LANDBANK Cash Cards loaded with
P10,000.00 financial aid under the Pangkabuhayan sa Pagbangon at Ginhawa (PPG)
of the Department Trade and Industry (DTI), to help them recover from the adverse
effects of the pandemic.



Along with other LANDBANK customers, the beneficiaries can transact from the
Bank’s four (4) Branches and seven (7) automated teller machines (ATMs) in San
Juan City.

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