Philippine National Bank (PNB) recently inaugurated its Tetuan Branch in Zamboanga City. Tetuan is the known to be the largest baranggay in Zamboanga and is currently being groomed to be the newest and most modern commercial center in the city. The branch was strategically relocated to meet the economic needs of the area.


In Photo (L-R): Philippine National Bank (PNB) guests Hadji Galib J. Madjid; Hadja Langka S. Madjid; Ruth Fe N. Chew; Honorable Mayor Celso L. Lobregat; Hadja Nurhana D. Undug; Hadja Merilyn J. Amin; and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Zamboanga Branch Head, Melodino S. Patino.


Philippine National Bank (PNB) recently inaugurated its Tetuan Branch in Zamboanga City. Tetuan is the known to be the largest baranggay in Zamboanga and is currently being groomed to be the newest and most modern commercial center in the city. The branch was strategically relocated to meet the economic needs of the area. PNB aims to complement the growth of Tetuan by offering products and services which can help the area’s growing business demands. PNB’s Tetuan Branch follows the Bank’s new retail branch design which features a fresher and modern look. The branch’s new layout provides a comfortable and enjoyable banking experience to its clients.

PNB Tetuan Branch was opened with simple inauguration rites led by PNB Executives Officers Teresita Sebastian, Vice President & Mindanao Region Head and Alvin Kong, Assistant Vice President & Western Mindanao Area Head. The event was likewise honored by the presence of its guests namely, Honorable Mayor Celso L. Lobregat; Hadji Galib J. Madjid; Hadja Langka S. Madjid; Ruth Fe N. Chew; Hadja Nurhana D. Undug; Hadja Merilyn J. Amin; and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Zamboanga Branch Head, Melodino S. Patino who served as sponsors to the inauguration.

PNB now has 339 branches with 53 branches in Mindanao alone and 475 ATMs throughout the country. It is PNB’s goal to make all branches a one-stop-shop for clients’ banking needs.