Event Details

Small and medium businesses in the Philippines account for approximately 99 percent of commercial establishments in the country but, likewise, are the most vulnerable segment to the challenges posed by COVID-19. Business owners struggle to remain afloat as lockdowns prevent their customers from buying their goods and services. Now with the government considering easing restrictions, it is also drawing up lending programs, such as credit restructuring and microfinancing, for these affected entrepreneurs and in a bid to jumpstart the backbone of the economy.


Join us at this webinar as we invite the Development Bank of the Philippines, the Small Business Corporation, and the Agricultural Credit Policy Council as they walk us through the different loan facilities available for MSMEs and those engaged in Agribusiness.


For registration inquiries, email Ms. Riznha Mendoza at riznha.mendoza@eccp.com.


How to access the webinar: In a separate email, latest 28 May, 1pm, you will receive the link sent via ZOOM/ECCP.

Agenda

2 PM - 2:05 PM
Opening Remarks and Introduction of Speakers
2:05 PM - 2:25 PM
DBP's RESPONSE Presentation
2:25 PM - 2:40 PM
SBC COVID19 P3-ERF Presentation
2:40 PM - 2:55 PM
ACPC Sure Aid Program Presentation
2:55 PM - 3:25 PM
Panel Discussion / Q&A
3:25 PM - 3:30 PM
Closing Remarks & Announcements

Speakers

  • Emmanuel G. Herbosa (President and CEO of Development Bank of the Philippines)

    Emmanuel G. Herbosa

    President and CEO of Development Bank of the Philippines

    Professional banker, Mr. Emmanuel G. Herbosa takes the helm of the Development Bank of the Philippines as its latest president and chief executive officer.

    Honed by over four decades of solid banking experience, Mr. Herbosa juggled leadership roles in corporate banking, consumer banking, branch banking, and overseas banking in reputable financial institutions such as the Bank of the Philippine Islands and Bank of Commerce, where he served as senior vice president, and executive vice president, respectively. He also assumed as chief operating officer of Ayala Insurance, a bancassurance subsidiary of the Ayala Group.

    Prior to his designation as DBP head, Mr. Herbosa was president and chief executive officer of Philippine Guarantee Corporation (PGC).

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  • Lourdes Rosario Baula (OIC- FInancing Sector Head at Small Business Corporation)

    Lourdes Rosario Baula

    OIC- FInancing Sector Head at Small Business Corporation

    Ms. Baula is currently the OIC-Financing Sector Head of the Small Business Corporation.

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  • Noel Clarence M. Ducusin (Chief of the Program Development Division at Agricultural Credit Policy Council)

    Noel Clarence M. Ducusin

    Chief of the Program Development Division at Agricultural Credit Policy Council

    Noel Clarence M. Ducusin has been working with the Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC) since 1991 and has gained extensive experience in developing and implementing wholesale and retail financing programs for the agriculture and fisheries sector. His experience includes the design, development and implementation of credit and financing facilities for marginalized farmers and fisherfolk including those who are affected by natural and man-made calamities and other national emergencies. Being Chief of the Program Development Division (PDD) that is responsible in the design and implementation of the financing programs of the agency, his work includes inter-agency collaboration, both with the government and private sectors.

    He has had several consulting engagements in the review and evaluation of the credit components of various foreign-assisted integrated projects under the Department of Agriculture and Department of Agrarian Reform. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics (BS Math) at the University of the East and completed his Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, Philippines.

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Tickets

ECCP Member

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Standard Price Free
Non-member

Non-members can participate on this given rate

Standard Price ₱1,000
Member Rate

The rate applies for additional attendees of ECCP member companies.

Standard Price ₱500