November 1, 2016Bank of Commerce President and CEO Roberto C. Benares (5th from right) flanked by Iloilo City Administrator Norlito C. Bautista (5th from left) and the Bank’s executives and clients. Bank of Commerce recently opened three new branches in the Visayas as part of its efforts to widen its presence in the South. This brings its network in the Eastern and Western Visayas region to 21 branches. The newly opened branches are located in the cities of Bacolod (Chinatown Premier Mall), Iloilo (Atria Park District) and Tacloban (Justice Romualdez Street). These units will further strengthen the Bank’s capability to serve its growing clientele in the region. Bank of Commerce, which offers a full suite of banking products and services, now has 128 branches and 265 ATMs nationwide. Gracing the recent opening of the Iloilo Atria Branch were Bank of Commerce President and CEO Roberto C. Benares, Iloilo City Administrator Norlito C. Bautista, QualiMed Hospital President and CEO Dr. Henry P. Tupas and Madrelina Spanish Bistro owner Jennifer P. Lee. Also present were Branch Banking Group Head Emmanuel G. Herbosa , Vismin Division Head Jovencio Navarro, Branch Operations Division Head Edwin Amahan, Branch System and Process Division Head Celestino Mendiola , Western Visayas Area Head Marlo Montelibano, and Branch Head Nathaniel de la Vega.