Joint MASS SPECC-NATCCO Communique on Consolidation

A Copy of the Joint MASS SPECC - NATCCO Joint Communique on Consolidation.

A Copy of the Joint MASS SPECC - NATCCO Joint Communique on Consolidation.

A Copy of the Joint MASS SPECC – NATCCO Joint Communique on Consolidation.

JOINT COMMUNIQUE ISSUED BY THE MASS-SPECC COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT CENTER AND NATCCO NETWORK (DAVAO COMMUNIQUE)

1. The members of the Joint Consolidation Committee of MASS-SPECC Cooperative Development Center and NATCCO Network held a meeting last November 23, 2014 at Lispher Inn, Davao City;

2. Both panels presented their respective General Assembly Resolutions, the common of which were: a. the adoption of the output of the Joint MASS SPECC-NATCCO Strategic Planning held in Cebu City; b. To pursue consolidation between the two cooperative federations and; c. the retention of membership of the respective Consolidation Committees. Meanwhile, the MASS-SPECC had another one on pursuing functional collaboration within 2014 and 2015;

3. The Joint Consolidation Committee deliberated and agreed on the major principles of the consolidation of the two biggest and strongest cooperative federations of the Philippines in the next months to come;

4. Both parties agreed on certain tasking and timelines on: a. the continuation of joint committee meetings to draft the consolidation plan; b. due diligence audit; c. Board of Directors meeting for the consideration of the consolidation plan; d. discussion with the management and staff; e. information drive to the members during ownership meetings and; f. the eventual presentation of the plan to the General Assembly of both federations;
5. The members of both panels had a parallel discussion on the complementation efforts among the two federations on the lending programs, training and consultancy, ATM and other services;

6. The Chairpersons and Chief Executive Officers of both MASS-SPECC and NATCCO look forward to the next meetings and other related activities as they are also discussing on the possibility of having a Joint Coop Leaders Congress and back-to-back General Assemblies with the Philippine Federation of Credit Cooperatives (PFCCO) in 2015 as a fitting tribute to the centennial anniversary of the passage by the Second Philippine Legislature, upon the initiative of Bulacan Governor Teodoro Sandiko, of Act No. 2508 or the “Rural Credit Law” last February 11, 1914.

Signed this 23rd day of November, 2014 at Davao City, Philippines.

(SGD)EDELITO C. SANGCO
MASS-SPECC Chairperson

(SGD)JOSE ROMEO B. EBRON
NATCCO Chairperson

(SGD)LECIRA V. JUAREZ
Consolidation Facilitator

Members of the Joint MASS SPECC-NATCCO Consolidation Committee posing for posterity after the meeting held on November 23, 2014 at Lispher Inn, Davao City. Seated from left are: Ms. Amneris Gabriel (NATCCO); Ms. Ruth Jacutin (MASS-SPECC); Engr. Sylvia Paraguya (CEO, NATCCO); Ms. Lecira Juarez (Consolidation Facilitator) and; Ms. Bernadette Toledo (CEO, MASS-SPECC). Standing from left are: Mr. Eddie Lantaca, Jr. (NATCCO); Mr. Ebonito Alivio (NATCCO); Mr. Rodelio Bawalan (NATCCO); Mr. Edelito Sangco (Chairman, MASS-SPECC); Mr. Jose Romeo Ebron (Chairman, NATCCO); Mr. Chad Villamor (MASS-SPECC); Mr. Gadwin Handumon (MASS-SPECC) and Mr. Mansueto Dela Pena (Vice-Chairman, MASS-SPECC).

Members of the Joint MASS SPECC-NATCCO Consolidation Committee posing for posterity after the meeting held on November 23, 2014 at Lispher Inn, Davao City. Seated from left are: Ms. Amneris G. Gabriel (NATCCO); Ms. Ruth I. Jacutin (MASS-SPECC); Engr. Sylvia O. Paraguya (CEO, NATCCO); Ms. Lecira V. Juarez (Consolidation Facilitator); Ms. Bernadette O. Toledo (CEO, MASS-SPECC) and Ms. Nora A. Clar (MASS-SPECC). Standing from left are: Mr. Eddie B. Lantaca, Jr. (NATCCO); Mr. Ebonito R. Alivio (NATCCO); Mr. Rodelio J. Bawalan (NATCCO); Mr. Edelito C. Sangco (Chairman, MASS-SPECC); Mr. Jose Romeo B. Ebron (Chairman, NATCCO); Mr. Chad P. Villamor (MASS-SPECC); Mr. Gadwin E. Handumon (MASS-SPECC) and Mr. Mansueto V. Dela Pena (Vice-Chairman, MASS-SPECC).



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'Joint MASS SPECC-NATCCO Communique on Consolidation' have 2 comments

  1. January 7, 2015 @ 7:56 am rudzmvillanueva

    It’s long overdue! nothing to lose, but many things to be gained! That is collective action at its best!
    Aristotle, our distant relative said: “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts”. This is what we call SYNERGY!
    Consolidation is for Social Solidarity Economy while Competition is for the “throw-away culture” of the capitalists’ economy!
    Let’s seize the moment! cheers! klink!

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    • January 17, 2015 @ 2:15 pm Edsangco

      Thanks very much for dropping by. Only by means of consolidation that the the cooperatives in the Philippines can truly demonstrate that they are capable of rising up and facing the challenges posed by the corporate world and show that co-operation is the best model preferred by the people.

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