EMETERIO SD. PEREZ

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JOSE C. Ibazeta is a member of the seven-person board of International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI). His sale of 2,000 ICTSI common shares at P104 each on Oct. 27 this year reduced his holding in the company to 2,798,310 ICTSI common shares, or 0.138 percent of 2,034,195,466 outstanding ICTSI…

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The authorized capital stock of San Miguel Pure Foods Co. Inc. as of April 17 this year stood at 206 million common shares and 40 million preferred shares. Both classes had a par value of P10 per share, as stated in the company’s general information sheet (GIS). The same GIS…

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A READER of The Manila Times commented on a Due Diligencer piece about independent directors in an email he sent on Oct. 29. Ben Hur Ong wrote: “Your articles on the above subject have clearly shown that the so-called ‘independent’ directors are anything but independent. They are beholden to, and…

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STARTING today, stockholders of China Banking Corp. (CHIB) will receive their 8 percent stock dividend, which translates to, more or less, 0.074 CHIB common share for every share each of them owns. To get the per-share dividend, divide 198,872,913 CHIB common shares by 2,684,770,707 outstanding CHIB common shares posted on…

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TWO “sell” orders were among the disclosures posted recently on the website of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). The sellers were Federico R. Lopez, treasurer of Lopez Holdings Corp. (LPZ), and Jose Marcel E. Panlilio, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Boulevard Holdings Inc. (BHI). On Oct. 20, Lopez…

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BOULEVARD Holdings Inc. and BHI Holdings Inc. are two listed companies not related to each other. Their public stockholders should be able to distinguish them by their market symbols: BHI is for Boulevard Holdings Inc. while BH is for BHI Holdings Inc. If public investors are confused by these acronyms,…

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Due Diligencer hopes the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is serious in doubling to 20 percent the minimum public float of new listings on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). Whenever the SEC talks about new listings, it refers to the initial public offering (IPO) of common shares undertaken mostly by…

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ARE drivers of public utility vehicles (PUV) and their operators paying taxes religiously? If they are, then forget about this piece. If they’re not, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) should go after them. If the PUV drivers are already included in the tax coverage, the BIR must be doing…

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Last of two parts THE Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) should have asked Millennium Global Holdings Inc. (MGHI) how it would raise money to invest in Calata Corp. Given that it did not, public investors, particularly those who are also MGHI stockholders, would not know what Millennium Holdings would do…

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First of two parts OWNERS of listed companies are often seen using the public for their own convenience. When they list their common shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), companies are motivated more by the potential savings on the tax that they remit to the Bureau of Internal Revenue…

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