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  • 18
    Nov

    Two credit bureaus drop accreditation

    TWO government-authorized credit bureaus have dropped their accreditation to offer rating services using information from a national registry after both companies failed to meet state requirements on time, according to a top official of the state-run Credit Information Corp. (CIC).   “[T]hey’ve READ MORE
  • 08
    Nov

    Irish entrepreneurs First Circle launch Filipino fintech

    The Philippines has been getting some bad press of late. Any coverage in the financial media has focused on the volatility of President Rodrigo Duterte, billed (somewhat lazily) by some as the “Asian Trump”.   But for one new company, the Philippines is viewed as a huge opportunity. First READ MORE
  • 13
    Oct

    Region I is home to 1,536 cooperatives and 5 billionaires

    DAGUPAN CITY, October 13 (PIA) – There are now 1,536 cooperatives operating  in Ilocos region with Pangasinan having the most number and  Ilocos Sur having the richest.    Regional Director Josefina Bitonio of the Cooperative Development Authority said the cooperatives in the region READ MORE
  • 02
    Sep

    Credit Information Corp brings educational campaign to Baguio City

    BAGUIO CITY, Sept.2 (PIA) - - The Credit Information Corporation (CIC)  brought  its  roadshow  in the city  on August  31  to create awareness  on Republic Act 9510 or the Credit Information System Act of 2008.   Dubbed as ‘Credit Infrastructure Roadshow READ MORE
  • 02
    Sep

    Rural banks back Credit Information System

    Just recently, the Credit Information Corp. (CIC) reported that it is “fairly on track” in establishing a domestic credit data registry that is expected to become fully operational and accessible by financial entities by year-end.   CIC earlier set a December 2014 target for full operation but certain READ MORE
  • 13
    Aug

    Credit Information System Goes Online Q1 Of 2017

    MANILA, Philippines - The country’s credit information system will go on live by the first quarter next year as banks are expected to complete the turnover of their data to the government. “Most of the big banks, we already have their current data. They are in various stages of compliance,” Credit Information Corp. ( READ MORE

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