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What does RCBC stand for?

RCBC stands for Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (Metro Manila, Philippines)

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Green Leadership Award - Double A (1991) PLC, Thailand: The Revolutionary Solution to Sustainable Sourcing of Fiber: Paper from Khan-Na - Keppel Land Limited, Singapore: Ocean Financial Center (OFC) - Pimalai Resort and Spa, Thailand: The Pimalai Environment Responsible Project - Martina Berto Tbk, Indonesia: Green Movement - QLResources Berhad, Malaysia: Palm Biomas Pellet Biofuel Project - Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation, Philippines: RCBC "It's Our Nature to Care" Campaign - YTL Corporation Berhad, Malaysia: Coral Reef Conservation and Rehabitation at Pangkor Island II.
The peso-denominated money market unit investment trust fund (UITF) offered by Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC) continues to outperform the industry as it attains the highest rate of returns both on a year-to-date and year-on-year basis, according to data recently released by the Trust Officers Association of the Philippines (TOAP).
In keeping with their commitment to a better education standards and delivery in ASEAN and the Philippines, the 9th AGBEP Annual Network Meeting is sponsored by Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC); Philippine American Life and General insurance Company (Philamlife), ATR Kimeng Capital Partners, Inc.
The major creditor banks have formed a steering committee spearheaded by Far East Bank & Trust Company (FEBTC), Philippine National Bank (PNB), Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation, Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company (Metrobank), United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB), Credit Lyonnais (CL) Manila Offshore Branch and Philippine Commercial International Bank (PCIB).
The transaction funding included $635 million in secured non-recourse financing comprised of a $240 million, 18-year facility from IFC, a $200 million, 15-year facility from Asian Development Bank, and a $195 million, 10-year facility from a consortium of banks including ING Bank, Security Bank, Bank of Philippine Islands and Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation.