CPRB

AcronymDefinition
CPRBCitizen Police Review Board (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
CPRBConsolidated Public Retirement Board (West Virginia, USA)
CPRBChild Placement Review Board (Delaware, USA)
CPRBCoal Pile Runoff Basin
CPRBConstitutional and Procedural Review Board
CPRBCoach and Player Review Board
CPRBCommandos Pedro Ruiz Botero
CPRBCentre de Postcure et de Réadaptation de Billiers (French: Billiers Aftercare and Rehabilitation Center; Billiers, France)
CPRBCommunes du Patrimoine Rural de Bretagne (French: Rural Heritage Commons of Brittany; Brittany, France)
CPRBClub de Plongée de la Rade de Brest (French diving club)
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Under the CPRB, merging or consolidating banks may avail of support for financial advisory and business process improvement services, capacity building, and other program support,' Tan said.
The CPRB covers areas not included in the SPRB Plus such as financial advisory, business process improvement and capacity-building support services.
While the clearinghouse has brought attention to the GLC, the GLC's work with the Albany CPRB has also served as a statewide resource for municipalities that are considering establishing a citizen oversight body or that are reinventing an existing model in their communities.
The BSP, PDIC and Landbank jointly shepherded the implementation of the CPRB.
Tan said the CPRB would be available for two years until Oct.
Under revised rules issued by the PDIC last April, the CPRB offered regulatory incentives to the merger of less than five rural banks with head offices or majority of the branches located in the same region or area.
Jointly shepherded by the BSP, the PDIC and the Land Bank of the Philippines, the CPRB was a bank-strengthening program for rural banks aimed at enhancing their ability and viability to promote financial inclusion as well as stability in their respective communities.
The CPRB was launched in August 2015 but expired in August this year.
The CPRB, jointly shepherded by the BSP, PDIC and the state-owned Land Bank of the Philippines, is a bank-strengthening program specifically designed for rural banks to help enhance their viability and ability to promote financial inclusion and financial stability in their respective communities, the PDIC noted in a statement.
The CPRB, jointly shepherded by the BSP, PDIC and Land Bank of the Philippines, is a bank-strengthening program specifically designed for rural banks to help enhance their viability and ability to promote financial inclusion and financial stability in their respective communities, the PDIC noted.
Apart from having at least P100 million, bank groups applying for CPRB perks should also have an average capital adequacy ratio of at least 12 percent, or above the 10 percent minimum prescribed by the BSP for all local banks.
Pending CPRB action, the MTA is progressing projects as part of the approved $20.