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DBP’s commemorative book highlights its 75 years of developmental initiatives

State-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) created a one-of-a-kind commemorative book highlighting the depth and scope of its developmental activities over the last 75 years.

DBP President and CEO Emmanuel G. Herbosa and Director Dante V. Liban jointly announced that the book, “Creating Opportunities, Building Possibilities” would tell the stories of selected institutions, clients, and partners that DBP has helped over the years. This commemorative book focuses on the captivating narratives of the individuals whose interests the bank has advanced via its various funding facilities and banking services to document DBP’s long history as the country’s primary development financial institution.

DBP is the country’s eighth biggest bank by assets and offers financing to four important sectors of the economy: infrastructure and logistics; micro, small, and medium companies; the environment; and social services and community development. The Batangas Provincial Government, Romblon Electric Cooperative, local petroleum major Insular Oil Corporation, solid waste management provider FDR Integrated Resource Recovery Management, Inc., and private water utility firm Richli Water Corporation are among the DBP clients mentioned in the book.



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