The Philippine Resources Savings Banking Corporation (PR Savings) was founded on May 12, 1977, then known as Rural Bank of Naguilian (Isabela), Inc. Its principal office is located in Cauayan City, Isabela. Small and struggling, yet determined and aggressive, it has grown to be the biggest rural bank in Region II and one of the largest rural banks in the Philippines.
In 1990, the Bank changed its corporate name to Northern Philippines Rural Bank (Naguilian, Isabela), Inc. (“NorPhil Bank”). It again changed its name in 1996 to Philippine Rural Banking Corporation (“PR Bank”) to represent the Bank’s vision of serving the needs of farmers and small entrepreneurs in the countryside through nationwide banking. In May 2011, the Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas approved its upgrade from a Rural Bank to a Savings Bank.
Today, the PR Savings Bank has forty six (46) branches and forty six (46) Other banking offices, strategically located in key cities and municipalities nationwide. As embodied in its Corporate Business Development Plan, the Bank aims to introduce more products and establish more branches to offer greater financial access to the countryside.