BAIPhil co-hosts PACSB forum

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The Bankers Institute of the Philippines (BAlPhil) – Special Projects Committee in cooperation with the Bankers Association of the Philippines (BAP), Ateneo Center for Continuing Education and Philippine Association of Collegiate Schools of Business (PACSB) hosted a lecture forum on November 11, 2009 at the Ateneo Professional Schools at H.V Dela Costa St., Makati City.


Ma. Agnes J. Angeles, BalPhil Past President and member, BAlPhil Special Projects Committee / SVP, Planters Development Bank, led the opening prayers while Deanna Marie A. Lansangan, Head, Training Services Group, Ateneo Center for Continuing Education, welcomed the participants. Dr. Vicente K. Fabella, President of PACSB gave the opening remarks. Wilfredo S. Talastas, FVP, BAlPhil and FVP, Security Bank, delivered the closing speech.

Guest Speakers

Emmanuel E. Barcena, BAlPhil Secretary and VP, PCHC, introduced resource speakers, namely, Reynante S. Banico, BAlPhil Associate Life Member and Head, Smart Services Head, SMART and Marie Carolina L. Chua, AVP and Head, ATM Center Division, China Banking Corporation.


The lecture focused on the “Effects of Technological Updates in Banking” which covered: E-Money definition per BSP Cir. 649; E-Money is NOT a deposit; E –Money lssuer (EMl), Requirements from EMls, Section 3 (Banks, Non-Banks Fls & Non-Banks institutions), QB license; Use of E-Money / E-Commerce; E-Commerce, M-Commerce; What is it for the TELCO, and Creating new business perspectives.


PACSB was organized in 1962 as a group composed of deans of business schools in RP which expanded to include representatives of other business schools. lt is involved in activities among which relate to faculty development, spearheading curriculum changes/revisions and upgrading rules and standards for business education, and linkages with business and industry and other associations.

Currently, PACSB maintains close working relationships with the Technical Panel for Business and Industry of the CHED, the Bureau of Internal Revenue, the Civil Service Commission, FINEX, PICPA, Philippine Marketing Association, BAP, Philippine Council for Management, Junior Achievement of the Philippines, Inc., Fund for Assistance to Private Education, Philippine Stock Exchange and the International Federation for Business Education.

At present there are 265 PACSB member schools throughout the country.