Latest Awards



LANDBANK is recognized by various award-giving bodies for its products, services, and CSR activities

DENR Kamagong Award

State-run Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) was awarded by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) with the first-ever Gawad Kamagong award for the Bank’s unwavering support to environmental advocacy through long-term volunteer work. Considered as the highest recognition for volunteer partners, the Gawad Kamagong was awarded to LANDBANK for implementing volunteer programs that support the protection and rehabilitation of watersheds and for uplifting the livelihood of its partner community organizations. Click here for more information.


2020 Corporate and Investment Banking Awards held by Asian Banking and Finance

LANDBANK bagged the ‘Innovative Deal of the Year’ and ‘Corporate Client Initiative of the Year’ Award in the first digital award ceremony for Corporate and Investment Banking Awards held by Asian Banking and Finance (ABF). ABF recognizes outstanding banks that have introduced innovative products and services that successfully adapted to the dynamic technological landscapes in the market. It also recognise banks with successful deals and innovative initiatives that made a positive impact to their clients. This is the first time that LANDBANK won these awards from ABF. As the Innovative Deal of the Year, the Bank’s role as the Joint Lead Issue Manager in the maiden issuance of the Premyo Bonds Para sa Bayan was lauded. The National Government issued Premyo Bonds through the Bureau of the Treasury and sought to involve small investors in the capital market by providing a risk-free, and affordable investment. Investors also have a chance to win cash and non-cash rewards. Meanwhile, the Bank received the Corporate Client Initiative of the Year Award for its role as the Sole Arranger and Underwriter for the National Home Mortgage Finance Corporation’s (NHMFC) P270.25 Million BALAI (Building Adequate Livable Affordable and Inclusive Filipino Communities) Bonds 1 Issuance. BALAI Bonds 1 is a Residential Mortgage-backed Security (RMBS) backed-up by low-cost and socialized housing loans to support the administration’s initiative to address the housing backlog of the country.


Karlsruhe Sustainable Finance Awards 2020

State-run Land Bank of the Philippines (LANDBANK) was presented with a Certificate of Merit for “Best Innovation in Financial Services” in this year’s Karlsruhe Sustainable Finance Awards held in Karlsruhe, Germany last September 30, 2020.  This is the 8th consecutive year that LANDBANK has received the honor since 2013. Click here for more information.


2020 ADFIAP Awards

As the winner of the Merit Award, the Bank’s online account opening system was recognized for its support to the Bank’s thrust of financial inclusion for farmers and fishers, as well as Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), by providing them with an additional access point to financial services. Through DOBS, account opening time has shortened from 30 minutes to 10 minutes. Everyone may enroll online in the comfort of their homes or offices prior to proceeding to the branch to complete the account application and to pick-up their LANDBANK card. Such process also allows lobby traffic in branches to be reduced. Meanwhile, the Bank’s Green Climate Finance Project was recognized under the Environmental Development category. LANDBANK is the first and only Direct Access Entity (DAE) of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) in the country. The GCF is an operating entity of the financial mechanism of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Paris Agreement, dedicated in supporting global efforts to respond to the challenge of climate change. The project aims to help developing countries to limit or reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change by supporting projects that promote a paradigm shift to low-emission and climate resilient development, while considering the needs of developing countries that are vulnerable to climate change impacts. As the country’s only DAE at present, the Bank is tasked to oversee, manage, monitor, and mobilize funds from the GCF to finance mitigation, adaptation, and resiliency projects falling within the Philippines’ priority projects.