AGRICULTURAL CREDIT & POLICY COUNCIL (ACPC)
ACPC played a vital role in bringing back CBTI in the recovery path.
Through its PhP 12.0M Gintong Ani Loan program in 1998, CBTI was given
another opportunity in the cooperative banking industry. At present,
CBTI is one of the program beneficiaries of various ACPC projects
like the Project ACCESS, RHBF and recently the CCEP.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE- Bureau of Animal Industry
Program partner since 2001. Through the implementation of Multi Livestock
Development Loan Program (MLDLP), CBTI was able to provide PhP 1.2
M 5-year term loan intended for livestock production to coop- beneficiaries
at a minimum rate.
LANDBANK OF THE PHILIPPINES
Program partner since 1977. Land Bank of the Philippines is one of
the major stakeholders of CoopBank Tarlac. At present, LBP has PhP
1.460 M preferred shares and PhP 2.430M common shares investment.
In addition CBTI has PhP 19M credit line for rediscounting and on-going
application for additional line under Cooperative Financial Institutions
Capacity Enhancement Program (CCEP).
NATIONAL LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT FUND
CBTI and NLSF partnership begun in May 27, 2002 with the launching
of Department of Agrarian Reform – National Livelihood Support Fund
(DAR- NLSF) Loan for ARB’s . NLSF loans are initially under Loans
& Discounts department and was transferred to the Special Projects
for Economic Development on August 2003 under the CBT- Kabuhayang
Kabalikat ng Kooperatiba ( KKK) program. At present, CBTI has an existing
PhP 20 M credit line with NLSF broken down as PhP 19.1 Investment
Credit and PhP 0.9M Institutional Credit.
PEOPLES' CREDIT AND FINANCE CORPORATION
Program partner of CoopBank since June 1999 in implementing the CBT- Hiram
Pangkabuhayan sa Nayon (CBT-HPN) Microfinance program. Since then,
the partnership grew and benefiting 8000 households. To date, CBTI
has PhP 25M Investment credit and PhP 3.0M Institutional credit totaling
to PhP 28M credit line with PCFC.
TARLAC PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT
Program partner since 1999. Thru the approved PUHUNAN fund totaling to
PhP 8.0M awarded by the Provincial Government, CBTI was able to expand
its Microfinance operations benefiting cooperative members, small
vendors and farmers. Aside from credit line, the Provincial Cooperative
Office is a constant partner of CBTI in providing Business Development
Services like trainings and Pre-Membership Education Seminar (PMES)
to cooperatives and center members.