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FIRST VALLEY BANK EXECUTIVE OFFICERS | PERSONNEL | PARTICULAR | ASSIGNMENT | 1 | Lim, Nicolas J. Atty. | President/CEO | HO-CDO | 2 | Lim, Vivian V. | HRM Director | HO-CDO | 3 | Gica, Nicolette L. | VP-Operations | HO-CDO | 4 | Rudinas, Cynthia C. | VP-Compliance | HO-CDO | 5 | Enad, Emily E. | VP-Risk Management | HO-CDO | 6 | Sarsale, Anavic A. | VP-Treasurer | HO-CDO | 7 | Mendez, Glenn A. | Chief of Staff | HO-CDO | 8 | Calago, Ma. Teresa L. | Credit Manager | HO-Baroy | 9 | Estrera, Annie Lisa G. | AVP- Credit | HO-Baroy | 10 | Rizada, Rose Fe G. | KVR Manager | HO-Baroy | 11 | Alfon, Peter M. | Area Manager | Lanao Area | 12 | Fiel, Romulo P. | Area Manager | Zamboanga Area | 13 | Enad,Felizardo A. | Area Manager | Mis. Oriental Area | 14 | Cababan, Samson S. Jr. | MFU Manager | HO-CDO | 15 | Dioso, Errol C. | Supervised Credit Manager | HO-CDO | 16 | Rodrigo, Sarcesion J. | Branch Manager | Baroy | 17 | Bliss, Neri B. | Branch Manager | Kapatagan | 18 | Bagaloyos, Glenn G. | Branch Manager | Maranding | 19 | Mendez, Roseruby L. | Branch Manager | Molave | 20 | Berenguel, Teresita Aida Y. | Branch Manager | Iligan | 21 | Geromo, Hazel G. | Branch Manager | Ozamiz 1 | 22 | Daug, Jophet D. | Branch Manager | Margos | 23 | Catiloc, Edgar P. | Branch Manager | Dumalinao | 24 | Luna, Joel L. | Branch Manager | Pagadian | 25 | Florida, Estrella E. | Branch Manager | Buug | 26 | Undag, Anderson C. | Branch Manager | Ipil | 27 | Alando, Neby B. | Asst. Branch Manager | Kapatagan | 28 | Montealto, Arlinove M. | Branch Manager | Oroquieta | 29 | Florida, Norman F. | Branch Manager | Imelda | 30 | Paye, Bobbie C. | Branch Manager | Dipolog | 31 | Mutia, Benedict M. | Branch Manager | HO-CDO | 32 | Ramos, Edgar B. | Branch Manager | Zamboanga | 33 | Varquez, Cecilio S. | Branch Manager | Cagayan |…...

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