EMETERIO SD. PEREZ

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PANDI may be a very remote town in Bulacan but it is one of the more progressive municipalities of the province. A farmer even “ridiculed” Masagana 99 of the late President Ferdinand E. Marcos, boasting that someone with a harvest of only 99 cavans of palay per hectare had no…

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AS the end of 2016 nears, there is no need to review the status of listed companies, in particular why they are not at the same time public. Their ownership will remain concentrated in the hands of a few of the richest Filipinos who control the economy. The poor will…

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GLOBE Telecom may not be aware that certain groups may be using it to harass its subscribers into paying P5 for services they knew nothing about. In fairness to the owners and management of Globe, I am not blaming the company for texting me because the messages regarding the illegal…

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LISTED companies should allocate at least a board seat for their public stockholders. By doing so, they would be reciprocating them for their role in getting their shares listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange. The public who trade on listed shares may not own enough numbers of common shares for…

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LISTED companies should be required to retire treasury shares. It is not fair for them to resell what, in the first place, they had sold to the public to raise funds that they needed to improve their financials. To reissue to the same investors at higher prices can never be…

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A FEW of yesterday’s children have grown up to become the protesters of today. Their faces that were published in the newspapers showed their hatred of the late President, who to them did not deserve to be buried at the Libingan ng mga Bayani. To them are addressed the following…

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MORE often than not, insiders are perceived to end up the big winners when they buy or sell shares in their own companies. Is it because they know something is about to happen inside the boardrooms? Not necessarily, although it pays to trade big on advanced knowledge of the agenda…

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BEING among the public investors who trade shares listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), have you ever wondered when was the last time a listed company increased the number of its outstanding common shares? The poser above is meant to follow up on the previous Due Diligence on voting…

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WHO will review the rules on public ownership in listed companies? Should this be undertaken by the Philippine Stock Exchange or the Securities and Exchange Commission? These two questions may not be difficult to answer but are probably being taken for granted by their market monitoring teams — if they…

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CHAIRPERSON Teresita Herbosa of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) may not be the only overpaid but underworked member of the five-person regulatory body in 2015. Like her, the four other SEC commissioners have also become redundant but are among the government’s highest-paid officials. This conclusion—mine—is based on the findings…

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