All posts tagged Oriental

Oriental Introduces SecurLOCK to control, protect credit and debit cards
December 14, 2017, No Comments

Oriental Bank has launched SecurLOCK, a free mobile phone app (for iOS and Android) that customers can use to control an ...

Oriental introduces next-generation ATMs in PR
November 18, 2017, No Comments

Oriental announced it has begun to introduce a next generation of ATMs incorporating two-way, real-time audio-video comm ...

‘After yrs of worrying about it, PR has finally hit bottom’
October 26, 2017, No Comments

The impact of the back-to-back hurricanes — Irma and María — on the island has pushed Puerto Rico to “finally hit ...

73% of PR banks open 5 weeks after María’s devastation
October 26, 2017, No Comments

Five weeks after Hurricane María pummeled Puerto Rico, about 72.6 percent of local bank branches, or 228, have resumed ...

Oriental CEO: It will be long journey, but PR will rebound
September 29, 2017, 1 Comment

Puerto Rico has been living through a storm for the past 12 years, and as with every storm, it has experienced different ...

PR banks announce Sept. 26 limited schedules
September 26, 2017, No Comments

Three of the island’s largest banks announced their operating schedules for Tuesday, when limited service will be offe ...

Oriental to waive late fees for September loan payments
September 14, 2017, No Comments

OFG Bancorp announced that its Oriental Bank subsidiary will not charge late-payment fees for September loan payments, e ...

Oriental: Uncertainty looms about PR debt restructuring
July 24, 2017, No Comments

Upon releasing second quarter results, Oriental Financial Group President José Rafael Fernández said despite solid per ...

Quick Deposit now available in more Oriental bank ATMs
July 11, 2017, No Comments

Oriental announced Monday its Quick Deposit service will be available in 22 additional full-service ATMs, for a total of ...

Oriental unveils ‘Vive’ institutional campaign
April 26, 2017, No Comments

Oriental Bank announced Tuesday the second phase of its institutional campaign called “Vive,” a $1.5 million marketi ...