EMETERIO SD. PEREZ

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JAIME Augusto Zobel de Ayala, chairman and chief executive officer of Ayala Corp. (AC), used to hold 301,433 AC common shares in the family-controlled holding company. Of the total, he directly owned 39,731 shares as of May 22. At P899 per common share, his total holdings in AC had market…

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AB Leisure Exponent Inc. (ABLE) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leisure & Resorts World Corp. (LRWC). In a recent filing dated August 24, it reported its acquisition of 200,000 LWRC shares in two blocks of 100,000 shares each, at P4.58 per share and P4.57 per share per share, respectively.…

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In one Due Diligencer column a long time ago, I wrote about how expensive it was to do research on a company based on documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This time, I am focusing more on the difficulty of the reverse process of tracing back the…

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METRO Pacific Investments Corp. (MPIC) claims it is Filipino because it is controlled by Filipinos. As of June 30, it showed in a public ownership report (POR) only two principal stockholders, namely, Metro Pacific Holdings Inc. (MPHI), holding 13.223 billion common shares equivalent to 41.967 percent of 31.508 billion outstanding…

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TO public investors, it may be enough that they receive dividends – either in cash or in stock – due the shares they own in listed companies. They are usually limited to owning common shares. Preferred shares, more often than not, are reserved for the majority owners of the company…

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“RETAINED earnings” are found as an entry under equity in a financial filing. It is an accumulation of net profits of a stock corporation, which may be either a holding company or any of its subsidiaries or units. However, losing companies don’t report retained earnings. Instead, they place their losses…

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CHELSEA Logistics Holdings Corp. (CLC) sold 546.593 million common shares to public investors in an initial public offering (IPO) – that is equivalent to 30 percent of the company’s outstanding shares, at P10.68 each. It listed the stock, along with 500 million common shares, which were only partially paid by…

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IT is not fair to the public investors to be credited by listed companies, through general information sheets (GIS), with so much holdings that do not belong to them. It is true that the majority stockholders who, in most cases, are also the families who own the businesses, are Filipinos.…

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GENERAL information sheets (GIS) are among the required filings that are submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and posted on the website of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). They serve as an investors’ guide to buying and selling listed stocks. In going over the PSE’s website, the investing…

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THE previous Due Diligencer was titled “Helpless public,” because some listed companies post on the website of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) bits of information that tend to confuse, rather than inform, public investors. Full disclosure, as the two-word phrase suggests, should be complete. It should be accurate, relevant and…

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