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CMAP pays courtesy call on Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairperson Mr. Emil B. Aquino, August 6, 2018.

In photo, L-R: 
Atty. Rachel Esther J. Gumtang-Remalante
Officer-In-Charge
Corporate Governance & Finance Dept.

Rose Cunanan-  CMAP ED & GM

Hon. SEC Chair Emil B. Aquino

Luis T. Arriola- CMAP President



ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING OF CMAP DAVAO CHAPTER


Photo shows the first organizational meeting of the Davao Chapter of the Credit

Management Association of the Philippines, held at the Polo Bistro of the Marco Polo

Hotel Davao last February 17, 2018, which will be followed by the election of its new

officers right after the Holy Week.


In photo: Ms. Rose Cunanan, Executive Director of CMAP,  Karen May Pacatang of

Phoenix Petroluem, Alex Uy of A/C Group of Companies and Board Member of PHILRICE,

Lilibeth Medel of PNB, Luis T. Arriola-CMAP National President, Manuel L. Cinco of 

Philippine Association of Realty Appraisers (PARA), Diana Awayan and John Alister C. Chee

of True Deals Finance and Leasing Corp. Not in the photo are Antonette Bolanio of Enterprise

Bank and Rex Joy V. Felongco of Landbank Davao and current President of Davao Association

of Credit Men (DACMEN).

   

CMAP CEBU ORGANIZED

First Organizational Meeting of CMAP Cebu Chapter held February 2, 2018 at the Radisson Blu Hotel.

The meeting was attended by officers from the banking industry, financial institutions, real estate and services sectors.


Meet the founding BOD and officers of CMAP Cebu Chapter. In line with the program of Credit Management Association of the Philippines (CMAP) to set-up regional chapters all over the country, the Cebu Central Visayas Chapter has been organized and the first Board of Directors were elected last week and they have elected from among themeselves the first set of officers of the Chapter. Photo shows Sherwin Chua of Maybank - Vice President; Ms. Ruth de Jesus and Ms. Cherry Romero representing Ms.Lilibeth Sisican of Pilmico Foods Corp. of Aboitiz Group – Auditor ; Ms. Nanette Ballano of Mandani Bay Group – PRO ; Luis T. Arriola - National President of CMAP; Ms. Avelina Belen Vintucio of UCPB – Treasurer; Ms. Wilma Zamora Mendalle, newly elected Vice Chaiman and President of CMAP Cebu Chapter; Andy Manatag – elected Chairman representing Air and Marine Insurance Co.; Elias O. Baquero – elected Corporate Secretary representing NEWS Cooperative , Sun Star Cebu and Cebu Credit Surety Fund and Joseph Rendon – elected Senior Adviser of the Chapter and is AVP of RCBC. Induction is set on March 2, 2018.




Keynote Speaker and Inducting Officer: 

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Recent Updates

'ASEAN integration an opportunity, not a threat to PH SMEs'  

But access to finance remains a daunting challenge

MANILA, Philippines – Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the Philippines are urged to welcome the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) integration as an opportunity for their tremendous growth. But the challenges must be addressed soonest for the sector to realize its potentials, experts said in the 1st ASEAN Credit Congress and the 33rd National Credit Congress (organized by the Credit Management Association of the Philippines) held at the Manila Hotel recently.

The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) envisions the free movement of goods, services, investment, skilled labor, and freer flow of capital among the 10 ASEAN member states: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Lao PDR, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Viet Nam. SME development is one of the two priorities under the AEC’s equitable economic development characteristic. more...

Source: http://www.rappler.com/

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UPCOMING EVENT'S:


Please take note of the new

   SCHEDULE OF SEMINARS

  

   CREDIT and COLLECTION MANAGEMENT

    December 13, 2018 (Thursday)

    8:30 A.M.- 5:00 P.M.

    

VENUE: 4F Exchange Corner Building, 107 VA Rufino, Corner Esteban and Bolanos, Makati City


    REGISTER NOW! 

    Call:  818-2372, 817-8386

    email:  cmaphil@pldtdsl.net

                cmapinc@yahoo.com



President's Corner

CMAP BOARD OF DIRECTORS, FY 2017-2018.  The Credit Management Association of the Philippines (CMAP) held its first GMM and Induction of Officers for FY 2017-2018, last July 7, 2017 at the Fairmont Makati.

From left to right: Ma. Theresa Clara M. De Leon, Secretary; Jennifer F. Tan, Director; Arnaldo S. Bacabac, Jr., Vice President; Melinda T. Alvarez, Director; Jezreel R. Pimentel, Director; Efren A. Collado, Director; BSP Governor Nestor A. Espenilla, Jr., Guest of Honor and Inducting Officer; Luis T. Arriola, President; Rolinda L. Maneja, Treasurer; Melinda T. Alvarez, Asst. Secretary.

Not in photo: Gilbert A. Benedicto, Director;  Sheila P. De Leon, Director; Neil B. Binalla, Ex-Officio Director

                                                            

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