Corporate Social Responsibility

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Social responsibility is a commitment that is shared by everyone in PNB.

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The Philippine National Bank aspires to live up to the trust and regard it has been bestowed upon by the Filipino people. One of the ways the Bank intends to do this is by being a good and responsible corporate citizen that contributes to the country’s sustainable development, respects the interests and promotes the wellbeing of its various stakeholders, and creates value in everything it does.

For PNB, social responsibility is a commitment that begins with the exercise of sound and fair corporate practices. The Bank ensures that its entire business is conducted according to rigorous professional, ethical, regulatory, and legal standards. PNB strives to adhere to high standard of integrity, courtesy, and fairness as defined in its various corporate policies and frameworks. At the same time, social responsibility is a commitment that is shared by everyone in PNB.

Empowering Filipinos Through Education

Empowering the youth and other identified sectors of Philippine society through education and other relevant development programs such as financial literacy is a key component of the Bank’s CSR goals and programs. The Bank strongly believes in investing in the future through the provision of educational opportunities to deserving youth as well as propagating thrift, self-sufficiency and economic empowerment through financial literacy program.

Protecting the Environment

PNB is deeply committed to the cause of environmental protection as it is an issue that affects all mankind. The Bank sees its active involvement in protecting the environment as crucial contributions towards attaining the wider goal of sustainable development.

Commitment to Philanthropic Initiatives

As a corporate citizen, PNB shall undertake various community/social and philanthropic activities to uplift the lives of the Filipino people by giving donations to selected charities, communities, schools, etc., for various projects on infrastructure improvement and social development including critical assistance in times of calamities and disasters.