EMETERIO SD. PEREZ

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LEILA Magistrado de Lima, a former Justice secretary and now a jailed senator, may be very rich. If not, then perhaps, she has saved her pays and perks as secretary of the Department of Justice under the administration of President Benigno Simeon Cojuangco Aquino 3rd. Because of – again –…

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Last part of a series IT is up to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to determine the nationalities of the corporate stockholders of Philex Mining Corp. Are they really controlled or fully owned by Filipinos? If the answer is yes, then Philex is, indeed, a Filipino stock corporation. In…

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2nd of a series LISTED companies file definitive information statements (DIS) or preliminary information statements (PIS) with the Securities and Exchange Commission and with the Philippine Stock Exchange. They post them on the PSE website for perusal by the public investors who may have become their beneficial stockholders. Like other…

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(First of a series) Public investors, who trade on listed stocks, need only to access the website of the Philippine Stock Exchange for a summary of information about Philex Mining Corp., a listed company that uses PX as its market symbol. Under “company information,” Philex explains the primary purpose of…

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AS a listed company, Philippine National Bank (PNB) may be perceived by public investors as more public than others because it has 29,947 stockholders. Of the total, 29,842 are Filipinos, who own 1.135 billion common shares, or 90.827 percent, and 105 are of various foreign nationalities who hold 114.582 million…

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WHY the obsession with money to the detriment of the environment? Can’t it be the other way around? The public who may be curious to know the answer need only read reports of the debates surrounding the closure of certain mining companies on orders of Secretary Regina Lopez of the…

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IF public investors read the entries posted by listed companies on the website of the Philippine Stock Exchange, they will find only the number of issued shares, outstanding shares and listed shares. Some listed companies may have more issued than outstanding shares, which may not all be listed. Aboitiz Power…

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DO the officials of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) deserve to be called regulators? It seems some, if not all of them, end up only as observers of companies that have listed either a few or all of their outstanding common shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange That question…

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BISCUIT maker Jacinto L. Ng Sr. topped the list of the 500 biggest income taxpayers in 2014. On its website, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) said Ng paid in 2015 an income tax of P280,107,497 for his income in the previous year. As in the past, the BIR omitted…

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IF the public ownership reports (PORs) and the lists of top 100 stockholders are not reliable filings to provide the public with the identities of the majority stockholders of listed companies, what can investors possibly trust to give them accurate ownership profiles of listed companies? None. The public must learn…

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