IP banking services

Indigenous peoples banking services, education and ATM’s 

The financial community is at the heart of economic activity. Banks are the world’s major capital providers. Identifying and managing investment risks and opportunities are vital to banking sectors. Climate Change is a new, major business opportunity for banks to obtain new customers and to provide loans. Banks are affected by climate change to the extent that general economic activity is affected. They recognise that climate change related services and products, and the way they deliver them is determined by their ability to adapt to climate change too. Banks recognise the new opportunities that arise when the poor and Indigenous People become empowered through the CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan TM and the JV Partnerships.

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The Philippines has over 26 million people living below the poverty threshold. Banks recognise that when CPRSX raises them out of poverty and empower them with employment, weekly wages and salaries, the banks can get millions of new customers. This is new territory, new opportunities for the banking sector. They are willing to develop new banking products and educational services especially for the Indigenous people and poor landowner farmers, and also install many new ATM’s in their Ancestral Domains.

Equally, the economics of climate change is affecting the way banks work and the services they provide to enable not only banks but, Financial Institutions, Governments, Businesses and Communities to adapt to Climate Change Entrepreneurialism. Banks recognize that the physical impacts of climate change will alter asset based loans. Banks are preparing for climate change adaptation by recognising the emerging, new revenue streams and profitability potential. The banking and finance sector have important roles in relation to food production, market access,  technology, innovation and providing Indigenous education and financial management services.

JV Partnership Banking  

The CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan TM details the ongoing banking services and needs of the CPRSX JV Partnerships in the future, with recommendations for establishing a policy that educates and supports the Indigenous people and poor landowner farmers. The will provide training and educational services in areas of money management, ATM accessibility and financial planning.

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Global Banking Reports explain that the projected size, economic costs and benefits of climate change are key considerations taken by Banks, business leaders, Governments and policy makers. Estimates of the economic effects of climate change suggest that it may reduce annual gross domestic product (GDP) in many countries. The reports agree that the estimates of the consequences of climate change, invariably underestimate the actual costs because there are many non-quantifiable effects which can alter socio-economic dimensions like health, social security, insurance, food security, population growth, training and education, migration, wars and conflicts, political stability and poverty. diversity of cultures and peoples, and poverty.

The CPRSX Protected Food Production program, the Soil Detoxification and Afforestation projects allow CPRSX to forward project harvest dates, yields, delivery dates, payment dates and cash flow projections related to the local and export markets. Our projects are very long term, and no doubt our JV Partnerships will provide new pathways for banks to access millions of new clients over the next 10 years and many more in generations to come. Importantly, our plans and projects are quantifiable, predictable also in relation to reliable cash flow projections concerning socioeconomic spending. A well planned socially and commercially viable project, must have these financial planning benefits and abilities. This is one reason why it has taken over 7 years to plan and document the CPRSX Climate Change Action Plan TM.