EMETERIO SD. PEREZ

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FAR Eastern University Inc. (FEU) paid its top five executives P59.475 million in the last two years. Including the pays and perks estimated at P31.592 million the group will receive in 2017, their total compensation will be P91.067 million in three years. “All other officers and trustees of a group,”…

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Due Diligencer received two letters regarding a column about SM Development Corp. (SMDC), a member of the group of companies owned by businessman Henry Sy Sr. and his family. I am only waiting for the letter senders to email me again if they would want to be identified in one…

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SHARES classified as stock options are usually issued and sold to managers, who enjoy the privilege of buying shares at discounted prices. Ayala Corp. (AC) is an example of a listed company that rewards its managers with AC common shares. In one filing, it reported having issued 7,844 to insiders…

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In a general information sheet (GIS) dated August 7 and submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development Corp. reported authorized capital stock (ACS) of 3 billion common shares with par value of P1 per share. Of the 3 billion ACS, 2.087 billion Atlas common…

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GOVERNMENT media releases should not hide the truth. Even if they contain data that will yield negative publicity, they should also be reported, whoever gets hurt. Hiding behind technical terms destroys the aim of press releases to be as informative as possible. Public information officers (PIOs) hired by the government…

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Here is a suggestion to public stockholders who trade on listed shares, such as those of Oriental Petroleum and Minerals Corp. (OPMC): Don’t forget to read the explanatory notes in the definitive information statements (DIS). You may find them informative because they elaborate on the affiliations of your company’s corporate…

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IF public investors who trade on shares listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) would care to surf www.sc.judiciary.gov.ph, they would find a number of cases filed by the stockholders of Oriental Petroleum and Minerals Corp. and decided by the Supreme Court. These cases show that the writ of sequestration…

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AS a business reporter and columnist, I am deviating from the usual stuff about the stock market. I find the shift necessary again, at this time, to remind our elected politicians not to act as though they rule this country like their own kingdom. Some deliberately choose the opposite view…

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A COMPANY is deemed listed when its common shares are listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). However, it may not necessarily be classified as public, because being public is much broader than simply being listed. It is only the public ownership report (POR) that shows, for instance, that a…

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A PUBLIC ownership report (POR) is supposed to inform the public about the ownership profiles of listed companies. For the report to be informative, it should show the composition of the company’s capital stock to the public. According to existing practice, a POR is limited to common shares. In a…

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