The Credit Information Corporation is inviting you to join its 2019 Calendar Photography Contest!
As an adjunct to its mandate of being the country’s centralized and comprehensive credit information registry, the Credit Information Corporation (CIC) is also tasked to spread the significance of financial literacy to the general public and propound on the importance of the collection and access of credit information.
The Credit Information Corporation (CIC) would like to invite employees of its Submitting Entities, i.e., banks, financing companies, insurance companies, mutual benefit associations, credit card companies, micro-financing companies and government lending institutions to join the CIC’s first-ever Photography Contest, which revolves around the theme “Getting Ready for Credit”.
Winning entries not only get a chance to win cash prizes, but will also have their work featured in the CIC’s 2019 calendar.
The Credit Information Corporation (CIC), together with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other government and private institutions, lent its support to the recently concluded “Kasama Ka program” Community Builders launch held at the BSP Assembly Hall last September 6, 2017. The Kasama Ka program is a digital referral system where members are rewarded for successful referrals that lead to the use of the many digital financial services offered by Lendr.com.ph which include loans, insurance, investment, savings and lay-away products.
Both lender and borrower alike must get ready for the data-driven process of giving and receiving credit using the CIC’s Credit Information System (CIS) if lenders are to lend more, lend to more and lend more safely while borrowers improve their access to credit. This was the point stressed by Credit Information Corporation (CIC) President and CEO Jaime P. Garchitorena during the CIC’s technical compliance workshop revolving around the theme “CIC Technical Compliance Workshop: Expanding the Reach” held at the I’M Hotel in Makati City last August 30, 2017.
As part of its continuing campaign entitled “Getting Ready For Credit”, the Credit Information Corporation (CIC) held a two-day technical compliance workshop for Submitting Entities (SEs) such as cooperatives, rural banks, and financing companies. Called “Progressing to Credit Data Production,” the two-day event was designed to capacitate SEs with the knowledge and the skills to submit data successfully to the CIC in compliance with Republic Act 9510, the Credit Information Systems Act (CISA).