Courtesy Call at The Philippine Embassy in Japan, February 3, 2012.

I-Remit continues to expand in order to serve the Global Filipino as approval to operate as a full fund transfer office in Japan was received on December 7, 2011. As required by the Payment Service Act (PSA) in Japan, I-Remit is now registered with the Financial Service Agency and will operate under the name K.K. I-Remit Japan or KKIJ. Preparations are now underway for the opening of its branches in strategic locations within this first quarter 2012.

I-Remit Chairman & CEO Bansan C. Choa and H.E. Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Manuel M. Lopez

I-Remit Chairman & CEO Bansan C. Choa and H.E. Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Manuel M. Lopez

 

K. K. IRemit Japan Resident Director Makoto Kinoshita, I-Remit Chairman & CEO Bansan C. Choa and H.E. Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Manuel M. Lopez

K. K. IRemit Japan Resident Director Makoto Kinoshita, I-Remit Chairman & CEO Bansan C. Choa and H.E. Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Manuel M. Lopez

 

(In this photo - from left to right) K. K. IRemit Japan Resident Director Makoto Kinoshita, I-Remit Chairman & CEO Bansan C. Choa, H.E. Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Manuel M. Lopez, Labor Attaché Clifford A. Paragua of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO Tokyo) and Froilan Emil D. Pamintuan, Commercial Attaché.

(In this photo Рfrom left to right) K. K. IRemit Japan Resident Director Makoto Kinoshita, I-Remit Chairman & CEO Bansan C. Choa, H.E. Philippine Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan Manuel M. Lopez, Labor Attach̩ Clifford A. Paragua of the Philippine Overseas Labor Office (POLO Tokyo) and Froilan Emil D. Pamintuan, Commercial Attach̩.

 

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