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Calling all 
  • Businessmen/
    ​Business ​
  • ​Company Presidents/CEOs, CFOs​
  • Key Management
  • ​Treasury Heads​
  • Bankers
  • Bank & Non-Bank Employees
  • Accountants
  • Controllers
  • Auditors

Develop a keen eye and the ability to spot and stop shenanigans, whether in-house or by outside scammers.

Register now for the seminar on :​

​Date & Time:  
September 7, 2016   8:30 A.M.-5:00 P.M.
Venue:  El Cielito Hotel Makati, 804 Arnaiz Ave. (formerly Pasay Road), Makati City
​Course Objective/s​:
  • ​H
    elp participants recognize the existence of scams
    ​: "insider scams" and"outsider scams"
  • ​A
    ssist them in preventing and controlling the activities that will cost them their hard earned investments or funds
  • ​I​
    nform and enlighten the participants on how scams are committed and to prepare and warn them to avoid, control and prevent such scams from happening and from becoming victims themselves of said scams.
​Resource Person:  MR. FRANK F. YSAAC
  • ​R​
    etired commercial banker
  • ​W​
    ith more than 40 years of experience in all departments of banking- from Operations to Credit to Marketing and Treasury (10 years in Citibank; former Bank President; Treasury Head: Interbank, Planters Bank)
  • Has conducted various seminars
    ​ on banking​
  • ​​H
    as written articles on banking
  • Has taught banking in several schools and universities
    ​, such as D
    e La Salle
    ​ ​
    ​versity ​
    Management of Financial Institutions
     Ateneo de Manila University
    ​ ​
    Center for Continuing Educatio
  • ​H​
    as liaised with government regulators in controlling scams
  • ​H
    as designed programs for banks which deal in Foreign Exchange, Trust and Money Market
  • ​S​oftware application provider for

    • Treasury 
    • Foreign
      Exchange Dealing System
    • Government Securities Dealing System
    • Trust System
    • Financing System
    • Accounting System
    • Payroll System
    • Integrated Rural Banking System
    • SPV System
  • Presently
    ​ ​
    engages in consultancies for local and foreign markets
  • ​C​
    urrently doing projects for local banks and government agencies with emphasis on banking and foreign exchange


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