Saturday, July 23, 2016

Pag-IBIG Fund strengthens presence in the NCR, opens Mandaluyong Branch



Pag-IBIG Fund recently opened its Mandaluyong Branch to serve close to 5,000 employers and 300,000 employees in said city. It is located at the 2nd floor, 500 Shaw Zentrum, Shaw Blvd. corner S. Laurel St. in Barangay Pleasant Hills, and is accessible via jeepney or FX.

“Our continuous expansion is in line with our Bigger, Better, Faster mantra, in which we offer better services and faster operations to a bigger Pag-IBIG Fund family. To achieve this, we have expanded our presence in Mandaluyong to reach out make our services more accessible to members and employers in the city,” said Pag-IBIG President and CEO Atty. Darlene Marie B. Berberabe.

Business owners registered in Mandaluyong used to remit their contributions at the Pag-IBIG branch in Pasig. “With the opening of our Mandaluyong Branch, they do not have to travel far to transact with us,” Atty. Berberabe added.

Pag-IBIG strengthened its presence in the NCR by increasing its branches from 11 six years ago, to 30 branches and service offices. It now has 113 branches nationwide, up from only 38 in 2010.

Services offered by the Pag-IBIG Mandaluyong Branch include issuance of member’s identification (MID) number, membership registration and receiving of membership contributions from employers, individual payors, and self-employed members, as well as members’ savings under the Modified Pag-IBIG 2 Program. Loan-borrowers can update their housing or short-term loan amortization payments and file their applications for membership, housing, multi-purpose loan (MPL), and calamity loan (CL).

The branch disburses MPL and CL proceeds through Pag-IBIG Citi Prepaid Card or Land Bank Cash Card. Members can request their statement of accumulated value (MSAV) and can be assisted in the transfer of their records & loan details here. They can also inquire about their membership and loan details. The branch also issues Pag-IBIG Loyalty Card wherein members can enjoy privileges and discounts from partner schools, establishments, and merchants. 

Pag-IBIG Fund has declared P14.24 Billion worth of dividends for 2015, the highest ever in the agency’s history. It has also doubled its housing loanable amount to P6 Million from P3 Million. (JRS/Faye/JRS/Faye/JRS/Faye/JRS/Faye)

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