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22. BPI Family Savings Bank, Inc. Stock price 105.

.90 as of March 1, 2013 Company background BPI Family Savings Bank is a subsidiary of the Bank of the Philippine Islands. Families in the Philippines may bank their dreams at BPI Family Savings Bank. The thrift, owned by one of the Philippines top commercial banks, targets middle class families and offers such retail banking products and services as mortgage loans, auto loans, and a variety of savings products. The bank was formed in a 1985 merger between parent Bank of the Philippine Islands and the Family Savings Bank. BPI Family Savings Bank, which has some 110 branches and 50 kiosks, traces much of its growth to remittances from Filipinos working abroad. The overseas foreign workers (OFWs) take higher-paying jobs outside of the island nation and send funds back home. (About 10% of Filipinos are OFWs.)

Board of directors and Management Chairman Jaime Augusto Zobel De Ayala President Aurelio R. Montinola III Directors Fernando Zobel de Ayala Antonio Jose U. Periquet Romeo L. Bernardo Chng Sok Hui Cezar P. Consing Octavio V. Espiritu Rebecca G. Fernando Khoo Teng Cheong Xavier P. Loinaz Mercedita S. Nolledo Artemio V. Panganiban

Oscar S. Reyes Tan Kong Khoon

Products BPI easy saver Express teller savings Save up automatic savings Jumpstart savings Maxi saver savings Get started savings account with life insurance Passbook savings

23. Pru Life Insurance Corp. of U.K Stock price 2.50818 as of march 7, 2013 Company Background Pru Life UK is one of the leading life insurance companies in the Philippines, with over 15 years of excellence in providing relevant and innovative life insurance products designed to meet the specific needs of the public. The pioneer and expert in investment-linked insurance products, Pru Life UK is driven by its commitment to always listen to and understand the financial protection and wealth management requirements of the Filipino. Pru Life UK started its operations in the Philippines in 1996. It is a subsidiary of British financial services giant Prudential plc. Established in 1848, Prudential plc has an extensive network of life insurance and mutual funds operations around the world, active in the United Kingdom (UK), Europe, the United States (US) and 13 markets in Asia. It has 26 million customers worldwide and manages 351 billion in assets as of 31 December 2011. In the Philippines, Pru Life UK serves over 100,000 customers with a team of over 3,000 financial consultants offering an increasing portfolio of ordinary life, endowment*, personal accident and investment-linked products. In 2010, Pru Life UK was recognized as the fastest growing Prudential company in Asia by regional headquarters Prudential Corporation Asia (PCA).

Board of Directors and Management President and CEO Antonio "Jumbing" G. de Rosas

General Manager and Chief Distributor Officer Maximo "Max" S. Joaquin, Jr. Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer George M. Opeda Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Lee C. Longa Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary Francis P. Ortega Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Ma. Belen Elvira S. Tiongco Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Rey Antonio M. Revoltar Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer Manuel T. Nera, Jr. Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer Michael R. Mabalay Product and services Pru Personal Accident PruShield PRUWellness PruTerm 15 Pru Advance PruLife

PruLink Assurance Account Plus PruLink Exact Protector PruLink Investor Account Plus (PIA Plus) PruMillionaire PruLink Asia Pacific Equity Fund PruLink Asian Local Bond Fund PruLink Bond Fund PruLink Dollar Bond Fund PruLink Equity Fund PruLink Growth Fund PruLink Managed Fund PruLink Money Market Fund PruLink ProActive Fund

24. Philippine Savings Bank Stock price 128.50 as of March 5, 2013 Company Background

PSBank has gone a long way from its humble beginnings as a neighborhood bank since it first opened its doors to its clients on September 26, 1960. Its head office was located at Plaza Miranda, Quiapo, Manila, then the heart of the countrys commercial and business district, while its first four branches were in Divisoria, Carriedo, Blumentritt and C. M. Recto. At that time, PSBank blazed a trail in innovative banking which was quite unheard of in those simple and laidback days. It was the very first bank that offered Monday to Saturday banking with no noon break, extended banking hours, online electronic data system, and banking-bymail. PSBank was also well-known as The Friendly Bank because of its accessibility, convenience and service quality. It seemed that, even then, PSBank was already ahead of its time. In 1981, the Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company, the countrys largest bank, acquired majority shares of PSBank, thus making it a subsidiary and its consumer and retail banking arm. This fueled the growth and sharpened the focus of PSBank to offer products and services that championed its clients needs.

Board of directors and Management President Pascual M. Garcia III Chairman of the board Jose T. Pardo Vice Chairman of the Board Arthur V. Ty Corporate Secretary Pocholo V. dela Pea Directors Joaquin Aligguy Margaret Ty Cham David T. Go Samson C. Lim Ma. Theresa G. Barretto Benedicto Jose R. Arcinas Product and services PSBank Instant ATM Savings PSBank Regular Passbook Savings PSBank Passbook with ATM PSBank Regular Checking PSBank Premium Checking PSBank Dollar Savings PSBank Dollar Time Deposit PSBank Peso Time Deposit PSBank 1-Year, 2-Year, 3-Year Peso Time Deposit PSBank Prime Time Deposit PSBank Premium US Dollar Time Deposit PSBank Overseas Filipino Savings PSBank Debit MasterCard PSBank Euro Savings PSBank Euro Time Deposit

25. United Coconut Planters Bank Stock price 40.95 as of March 7, 2013 List of subsidiaries

UCPB Leasing and Finance Corporation UCPB Properties UCPB Savings Bank UCPB Securities United Foreign Exchange Corporation United Funds

Company Background

UCPB started on May 15, 1963, as First United Bank. With only four branches at the time, it was a small commercial bank. UCPB's origin can be found in Presidential Decree 775 (or P.D. 775) where President Ferdinand Marcos in July 29, 1975, instructed the Philippine Coconut Authority (PCA) to "formulate and recommend for adoption credit policies affecting production, marketing and processing of coconut and other palm oils" and to "to provide readily available credit facilities to the coconut farmers at preferential rates." The PCA, headed by Juan Ponce Enrile, then purchased the 72.2 percent of First United Bank owned by Jose Cojuangco. Cocobank was the official short bank name in the 1980s and the early 1990s. In 1990, UCPB, along with Equitable Banking Corporation (now Banco de Oro Universal Bank), Philippine National Bank and the Far East Bank and Trust Company (now the Bank of the Philippine Islands), formed MegaLink, one of the three main interbank networks in the Philippines. However, UCPB's ATM services date back to the 1980s, when it was one of the first financial institutions to offer ATM services. It established its pre-need services arm, Cocoplans, in 1993. The bank is also heavily involved in social development projects and other charity works. Today, UCPB is one of the largest Philippine banks, with 212 branches and 215 ATMs nationwide. It is

also the only universal bank to have a rural banking subsidiary, although this has since been merged into its thrift banking operations since late 2005. Board of Directors and Management Chairman of the board Menardo R. Jimenez Director, President and CEO Jeronimo U. Kilayko Directors Datu Mao K. Andong, Jr. Arthur A. Bautista Atty. Nilo T. Divina Atty. Karlo Marco P. Estavillo Atty. Primitivo Y. Garcia III Higinio O. Macadaeg, Jr. Cristina Q. Orbeta Jose Alfonso A. Poblete Danilo V. Pulido Oscar C. Solidor Efren M. Villaseor John Y. Young Ildefonso R. Jimenez Product and services Accounts Bills Payments Credit Cards UCPB Connect UCPB Mobile Banking UCPB My1Time Payment UCPB Telebanking Foreign Exchange Loans OFW Remittance Treasury Placements Trust Products and Services UCPB CCA.Biz

UCPB CM.Biz UCPB PDC.Biz UCPB Checkwriter.Biz

26. Allied Banking Corp. Stock price

List of subsidiaries

Domestic bank affiliates


Allied Bankers Insurance Corporation Allied Leasing and Finance Corporation Allied Savings Bank

International bank affiliates


Allied Bank Philippines (UK) Plc Allied Banking Corporation (Hong Kong) Ltd. Allied Commercial Bank Oceanic Bank

Company Background Allied Bank was incorporated on April 1, 1977 and granted by the Central Bank of the Philippines the Certificate of Authority to operate as a commercial bank on May 20, 1977. It began its operations on June 2, 1977 with around 26 branches. On August 19, 1977, it was authorized to operate an expanded foreign currency deposit unit (FCDU), and in December 1981, it officially became an expanded commercial bank or universal bank. Today, Allied Bank operates a total of 288 domestic branches/offices, including its subsidiaries Allied Savings Bank (27 branches), Allied Leasing and Finance Corporation, and the PNB Life Insurance, Inc.-formerly New York Life Insurance Philippines, Inc (NYLIP)-which was acquired by the Bank in 2007. Aside from its local branch network, Allied Bank also operates 2 offshore branches in Bahrain and in Guam; a wholly-owned subsidiary in the United Kingdom (Allied Bank Philippines (UK) Plc) and a majority-owned subsidiary in Hong

Kong (Allied Banking Corporation (Hong Kong), Ltd.); a majority-owned commercial bank subsidiary in Xiamen, China (Allied Commercial Bank); and an affiliate commercial bank based in California, U.S.A. (Oceanic Bank), with offshore branches in San Francisco (Union Square Branch) and in Guam (Guam Branch). Representative offices were also established in Germany, Singapore and Australia, and consultancies/remittance desks in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. As of June 30, 2009, Allied Bank was ranked 8th largest private domestic bank in the country in terms of total deposits, total assets and net worth. Board of directors and management Chairman Domingo T. Chua Vice Chairman Willy S. Co President Anthony Q. Chua Director Harry C. Tan Manuel T. Gonzales Michael G. Tan Reynaldo A. Maclang James Ang Yiok Teck Patrick L.Go Ma. Cecilia L. Pesayco Products and services ABC CASH CARD ALLIED BANK MABUHAY MILES ALLIED BANK MASTERCARD ATMs ALLY ATMSafe BANCASSURANCE

DEPOSITS DEPOSIT-RELATED SERVICES FUND TRANSFER/PAYMENT & COLLECTION SERVICES LOANS & OTHER CREDIT FACILITIES MERCHANT BANKING SERVICES MICRO-FINANCE PROPERTIES FOR SALE TREASURY SERVICES TRUST BANKING SERVICES

27. Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. Stock price 60.3 as of march 7, 2013 Company Background Aboitiz Equity Ventures (AEV) listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) in 1994 as the public-held holding company of the Aboitiz Family. Since its IPO, AEV has been recognized by various local and international surveys and publications as among the Philippin es best managed companies. AEV has likewise received numerous awards for its corporate governance practices. Board of directors and management Directors Jon Ramon Aboitiz Erramon I. Aboitiz Roberto E. Aboitiz Enrique M. Aboitiz, Jr. Justo A. Ortiz Antonio R. Moraza Jose C. Vitug (Independent Director) Stephen CuUnjieng (Independent Director) Raphael P.M. Lotilla (Independent Director)

Product and services Financial sevice business 28. East west banking corp. Stock price 34.7 as of March 7, 2013 Company Background EastWest Bank is a subsidiary of the Filinvest Development Corporation (FDC), the publicly listed holding company of the Filinvest Group that evolved from a consumer business founded by Andrew L. Gotianun, Sr. in 1955. FDC is one of the country's premier conglomerates, with business interests in real estate development, banking, hospitality & tourism, power-generation and the sugar business. Through the years, EastWest Bank has successfully capitalized on the financial strength and synergy from the business organizations under the Filinvest Group. Since its official birth on July 6, 1994, EastWest Bank has emerged as one of the country's fastest growing banks. Board of directors and management Chairman Andrew L. Gotianun, Sr. Jonathan T. Gotianun Director, President & CEO Antonio C. Moncupa, Jr. Director Mercedes T. Gotianun Lourdes Josephine T. Gotianun-Yap Michael Edward T. Gotianun Jose S. Sandejas Carlos R. Alindada Paul A. Aquino

Products and services 29. SM Retail Inc. Stock price 1051 as of March 7, 2013 List of subsidiaries
SM Department Store SM Supermarket SaveMore Market SM Hypermarket Pilipinas Makro, Inc. Banco De Oro China Banking Corporation SM Development Corporation Mall of Asia Hamilo Coast SM Hotels SMX SM Arena Belle Corporation

Payroll Credit System Payroll Assist Bizcheque Plus Check Prepare eSettle Cheque Depot Bills Payment

Company Background is a holding company with interests in shopping mall development and management, retail, real estate development, banking and tourism. The SM Group was founded by Henry Sy, Sr. It has become one of the largest conglomerates in the Philippines.

1958, The first company, Shoemart (also known as SM), started out as an ordinary shoe store in Carriedo, Manila. Shoemart was the largest shoe manufacturer, headed by Henry Sy. Initially, he tried to focus on planning and buying big supplies of shoes in the U.S., but then his plans began to accelerate as he transformed his ordinary shoe store into a fully air-conditioned department store. His second company, SM Department Store Inc., was an extreme success. Building SM Department Store branches inside and outside Metro Manila was hard work for Sy. He made the Shoemart sign as SM, which became one of the most recognizable and universal brands of all time. Then he tried to focus on shopping malls and supermarkets as Sy bought a lot in 1978 at the northern end of EDSA in Quezon City. As he built his first mall, SM City North EDSA, by 1994, his companies were listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange, SM Prime Holdings Inc. By 2005, the SM Investments was inaugurated to the public by focusing on industry leading, retail merchandising, shopping mall operations, banking, financial services & corporate governance. Board of directors and management Chairman HENRY SY, SR. Vice Chairperson TERESITA SY-COSON HENRY T. SY, JR President HARLEY T. SY Vice President and Chief Finance Officer JOSE T. SIO Directors VICENTE S. PEREZ, JR. AH DOO LIM JOSEPH R. HIGDON Products and services Retail shopping mall operations banking property hotels and corporate governance

30. BPI Philam life assurance corp. Stock price Company Background

BPI-Philam Life Assurance Corp, formerly Ayala Life Assurance Inc, is a strategic alliance between two leading companies in the country today-The Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company (Philam Life) and Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI). Philam Life is the largest life insurance company in the Philippines and the market leader for over 60 years. BPI is a leading commercial bank in the country with over 158 years of experience in the local banking industry and extensive branch network of more than 800 branches and 1,500 ATMs. BPI-Philam provides professional financial advisory service to address customers' financial and protection needs. With the combined expertise and resources of these two trusted companies, BPI-Philam policyholders are assured that their coverage is backed by financial strength and stability.

Board of directors and management Chairman of the board Mr. Aurelio Luis R. Montinola III President and CEO Mr. Omar T. Cruz

Directors Mr. Mr. Jose L. Cuisia, Jr. Mr. Jesus P. Tambunting Mr. Romeo L. Bernardo Mr. Rex Maria A. Mendoza Mr. Teodoro K. Limacaoco Mr. Gordon Watson Mr. Reynaldo C. Centeno Ms. Natividad N. Alejo

Product and services Investment Linked Products Savings and Protection Accident and Health

31. Metrobank Card corp. Stock price

Company Background Metrobank Card Corporation (A Finance Company) [MCC] was established in August 1985, known then as Unibancard Corporation. Its maiden product was called Unicard, a single currency credit card accepted in key establishments in the Philippines. Over the years, Unicard evolved from a locally accepted card to an internationally recognized credit card when it rode on the MasterCard scheme in 1994 and the Visa scheme in 1998. In October 2003, Australia New Zealand Bank (ANZ) entered into a joint venture with Metropolitan Bank and Trust Corporation (MBTC) for the cards operation business of MCC. Since then, MCC has already tripled its cardholder base, and has launched a string of new products that offer distinct advantages to its customers, such as special installment plans, unmatched perks and privileges, and invites to exclusive events. MCCs goal is to be the Philippines leading payment solutions provider.

Board of directors and management Chairman Dr. George S.K. Ty Arthur V. Ty Vice chairman Francisco C. Sebastian President / Director Fabian S. Dee

Director Renato C. Valencia Remedios L. Macalincag Jesli A. Lapus Robin A. King Vicente B. Valdepeas Rex C. Drilon II Amelia B. Cabal Edmund A. Go Antonio V. Viray Products and services Metrobank Platinum MasterCard Metrobank Classic / Gold Metrobank Femme Visa Robinsons-Cebu Pacific MasterCard M Lite MasterCard Toyota MasterCard

32. Manufacturers life insurance co. (Phils.), Inc. Stock price

Company Background Manulife has been conducting business in the Philippines for over 100 years. One of the oldest life insurance firms in the country, Manulife received its license in 1907 to operate in Manila, 20 years after the company was first established in Toronto, Canada in 1887 by Sir John A. Macdonald, who had concurrently held the post of Prime Minister of Canada. The first foreign company to list in the Philippine Stock Exchange, Manulife is among the top life insurance companies in the country today. A dedication to client service has paved the way for the Company's growth and increased financial strength throughout the years. The Manufacturers Life Insurance Co. (Phils.), Inc. ("Manulife Philippines") is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company, the insurance company of Manulife Financial Corporation (MFC). On August 24, 2000, Manulife received approval from the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to operate its pre-need affiliate Manulife Financial Plans, Inc. (MFP). MFP, a subsidiary of Manulife Philippines, is committed to offering high quality pension and education plans to the public.

Board of directors and management President and CEO Indren S. Naidoo SVP & Chief Financial Officer David N. Banks SVP & Chief Agency Officer John E. Curtis SVP & Chief Operations Officer Margarita B. Lopez

Products and services Fund Accumulation and / or Protection Coverage Medical Protection Savings and / or Investments Education and / or Retirement

33. Ayala corp. Stock price 590 as of March 7, 2013 List of subsidiaries

Ayala Land Inc. AG Holdings, Ltd. Bank of the Philippine Islands Globe Telecom, Inc. Manila Water Company Inc. Ayala Corporation Energy Holdings, Ltd. Stream Global Services Integreon Grail Research Affinity Express

HRMall Ayala Automotive Holdings Corporation Honda Philippines Isuzu Philippines Ayala Foundation CENTEX Ayala Museum Philippine Development Foundation Ayala Technology Business Incubator Filipinas Heritage Library Ayala Social Initiatives

Company Background Ayala Corporation is the holding company of one of the oldest and largest business groups in the Philippines. It maintains a tradition of excellence, and integrity has run continuously through seven generations, adhering to the principles and ideals that had brought it to existence 178 years ago. One pioneering family started a business in 1834. That business grew and engendered others. As it does today, Ayala harnessed some of the best talents in the Philippines. Today, Ayala is one of the biggest, most respected, and most widely diversified conglomerates in the Philippines, with leadership positions in real estate development, banking and financial services, telecommunications, electronics and information technology, water infrastructure development and management, and new investments in power, renewable energy, and infrastructure. Ayala continues to contribute to Philippine economic and social growth through its diverse business interests, maintaining its tradition of excellence in every endeavor. Ayala is gearing up to move further forward, drawing on its heritage and experience to fulfill its brand promise of "Pioneering the Future." Board of directors and management Chairman Jaime Zobel de Ayala Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala Vice Chairman Fernando Zobel de Ayala

Directors Xavier P. Loinaz Delfin L. Lazaro Nobuya Ichiki Ramon R. del Rosario, Jr. Antonio Jose U.Periquet Products and services Retail Real estate Banking Telecommunications Water infrastructure Renewable energy Electronics Information technology Management Business process outsourcing

34. Philippine Trust Co. (Philtrust Bank) Stock price 72 as of February 26, 2013 Company Background

Formally known as the Philippine Trust Company is one of the oldest private commercial banks in the Philippines. Founded on October 16, 1916, its history parallels the growth of the Philippine banking system. It is the third bank to be established in the Philippines, after Bank of the Philippine Islands and Philippine National Bank. Its principal activities remain in commercial and investment banking services. Philtrust offers domestic, international and trust services. Its domestic services offered are: savings, checking and time deposits, money market placements, business loans, remittances, fund transfer, safety deposit services and securities investments. International transactions include: traveler's check, foreign exchange, Foreign Currency Deposit Unit transactions, commercial letters of credit, international remittances and collections. They also provide investment management,

estate administration, escrow services, administration of savings, insurance and pension plans, stock registry and transfer services. Board of directors and management Chairman DR. EMILIO T. YAP DR. JAIME C. LAYA Directors JUSTICE JOSUE N. BELLOSILLO BASILIO C. YAP JOSE M. FERNANDEZ MIRIAM C. CU DR. JOHNNY C. YAP DR. EMILIO C. YAP III ERNESTO O. CHAN CONG. TOMAS V. APACIBLE MARIANO L. CRISOSTOMO ATTY. MARTIN B. ISIDRO Products and services Checking Account Savings Account Time Deposits Money Market Placements Business Loans Transfer of Funds and Collections Remittances Safe Deposit Boxes Securities Investments Commercial Letters of Credit Collections and Remittances Foreign Exchange Traveller's Check Foreign Currency Deposits Unit: Saving and Time Deposits(US$) Trust Placement Investment Management Estate Administration Trustee of Bond Issues

Stock Registrar & Transfer Agents Escrow Agent Savings & Pension Plan Administration Insurance Trust

35. JG summit Holdings, Inc. Stock prices 41 as of March 7, 2013 List of subsidiaries

Universal Robina Robinsons Land Cebu Pacific United Industrial Corporation Limited Robinsons Bank JG Summit Petrochemical Corporation Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company

Company Background The business of JG Summit started in 1957 when Universal Corn Products, Inc. (now Universal Robina Corporation) was established to operate a cornstarch plant in Manila. Since then, JG Summit has pioneered breakthroughs, broadened its enterprise and stayed at the forefront in every phase of the country's rise to development - the entrepreneur, who invested in agribusiness and the manufacture of feeds and prime food commodities; the visionary, who channeled resources and expanded into financial services, textile and property, all backbones of a growing economy; the captain of industry, who invested in power, telecommunications, petrochemicals, cement, and air transportation, all requisites for industrialization; the innovator, who continually provides value and fun in snacking; and the new regional multinational, who has embraced the challenge of global competitiveness with zeal. JG Summit has six (6) core businesses: branded consumer, agro-industrial and commodity food products through Universal Robina Corporation; real estate and property development through Robinsons Land Corporation and United Industrial Corporation (in Singapore); telecommunications through Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company; petrochemicals through JG Summit Petrochemicals Corporation and JG Summit Olefins Corporation; air

transportation services through Cebu Air, Inc.; and financial services through Robinsons Bank Corporation. JG Summit's place in Philippine business has for its cornerstone a business portfolio of market leaders, a solid financial position, a formidable management team, and a vision of leading the country to global competitiveness and making life better for every Filipino. Board of directors and Management Chairman John L. Gokongwei, Jr., Chairman and CEO James L. Go President Lance Y. Gokongwei Directors Lily G. Ngochua Johnson Robert G. Go, Jr Patrick Henry C. Go Robina Y. Gokongwei-Pe Gabriel C. Singson Ricardo J. Romulo Cornelio T. Peralta Jose T. Pardo Products and services Banking and Investments, Transportation, Real Estate, Manufacturing, Publishing, Telecommunications, Power generation, Petrochemicals

36. SMC Global Power Holdings Corp. Stock price Company Background In a relatively short period, San Miguel has built a vertically integrated power company with a full spectrum of power businesses comprising of IPPA contracts (through holding company SMC Global Power Holdings), mining assets, which supply raw materials to power plants, and a distribution (through Meralco) which distributes and sells electricity through a vast network in Luzon island. Being a vertically integrated power company gives SMC the opportunity to compete and maximize value in key segments of the value chain by driving and capitalizing on synergies among fuel sourcing, power generation and power distribution. In addition, ownership of mining assets provides a natural hedge to any increase in fuel prices, while a 33.19% interest in Meralco provides SMC an information advantage over pure generation companies on supply-demand fundamentals

Board of directors and management Chairman and CEO Eduardo M. Cojuangco, Jr. President and COO Ramon S. Ang Directors Estelito P. Mendoza Leo S. Alvez Joselito D. Campos, Jr Ferdinand K. Constantino Menardo R. Jimenez Roberto V. Ongpin Alexander J. Poblador Eric O. Recto Thomas A. Tan Iigo Zobel Winston F. Garcia

Reynato S. Puno Margarito B. Teves

Products and services


Fuel & Oil Infrastructure Power & Energy Mining Telecom Banking

37. Monte Oro grid resources Corp. Company background Monte Oro Grid Resources Corp. operates in the mining sector and is based in Philippines. As of March 17, 2010, Monte Oro Grid Resources Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Onetaipan Holdings, Inc 38. Calaca High Power Corp. 39. DMCI holdings, Inc Stock price 55.75 as of March 7, 2013 List of subsidiaries DMCI PDI Semirara DMCI Mining Corporation (DMC) DMCI Power Corporation (DPC) DMCI-MPIC Water Company, Inc. (DMWCI) Sem-Calaca Power Corporation (Sem-Calaca)

Company background DMCI Holdings, Inc. (DMCIHI) was incorporated on March 8, 1995 as a holding company to consolidate all construction business, construction component companies and related interests of the Consunji Family. It was listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange on December 18, 1995. Board of directors Chairman David M. Consunji President and COO Jorge A. Consunji Directors Cesar A. Buenaventura Isidro A. Consunji Herbert M. Consunji Ma. Edwina C. Laperal Honorio O. Reyes-Lao Antonio Jose U. Periquet Victor S. Limlingan Cristina C. Gotianun Noel A. Laman Products and services Construction Real Estate Coal Water utility Power Nickel Toll road

40. Bank of Commerce Stock price 5.15 as of March 7, 2013 Company Background

also known as BankCom, Bancommerce and BoC, is a commercial bank and the 15th largest lender by asset in the Philippines. Historically, the bank traces its origins to the Overseas Bank of Manila, which was incorporated in December 1963. Evolving from history of mergers and acquisitions in 1981, the Government Service Insurance System (GSIS) acquired the Commercial Bank of Manila from the Herdis group and used "ComBank" as the bank's acronym. In 1987, the First National Bank of Boston (one of the oldest and leading banks in the United State) joined a group of Filipino entrepreneurs to acquire ComBank in response to the privatization thrust of the Philippine government and renamed the bank as the Boston Bank of the Philippines. A group of Filipino investors leaders in fields of communications, stock market and brokerage, pre-need services and banking and financereinforced the ownership base of the Bank, which led to the establishment of the modern-day Bank of Commerce on November 28, 1991. Initially the bank focused on trade finance transactions and strengthening other fee based income capabilities such as trust operations. In 1993, the buyout of the majority interest of the First National Bank of Boston was completed, placing BoC fully in Filipino hands. By year 2000, as the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas encouraged fewer but bigger players in the banking industry, the bank initiated its first step towards a three-way merger. By September, the bank acquired Pan Asia Bank. A year after, Bank of Commerce purchased selected assets and liabilities of Trader's Royal Bank paving the way for the takeover of all the branches thereby expanding the branch network to 112. The Monetary Board also approved in principle the bank's acquisition of Urban Bank, although Urban Bank would later be acquired by Export and Industry Bank. In 2005, the bank embarked in Tier 2 capital raising efforts and asset quality enhancements. The same year the bank formed ties with the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, providing the technical support needed in organizing the country's first National Bank.

Board of directors and management Chairman Jose T. Pardo President and CEO Sergio G. Edeza Directors Francis C. Chua Raul Ch. Rabe Faustino F. Galang Geoffrey M. Martinez Evita C. Caballa Raul G. Gerodias Aurora T. Calderon Roman Felipe S. Reyes Rafael E. Evangelista Amor C. Iliscupidez Vicente L. Panlilio Marito L. Platon Maria Farah Z.G. Nicolas Suchianco Ferdinand K. Constantino

Products and services Savings account Current account Time deposits Home loan Auto loan Credit Card

41. PhilPlans First. Inc. Stock price Company Background PhilPlans is the leading pre-need company in the Philippines providing innovative pension, education and memorial programs that build financial security for the future. On April 19, 1989, PhilPlans was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and was launched on October 12, 1989. On October 1, 2009, Philippines First Insurance Company, Inc. (PhilsFirst Insurance) and Systems Technology Institute, Inc. (STI) took over ownership of PhilPlans from the Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company (Philamlife). With Php41 Billion* in its Trust Fund, PhilPlans is the most stable pre-need company today. Under the new leadership, PhilPlans has renewed its commitment to help secure the future of Filipinos everywhere. It continues to dominate the market with its comprehensive product portfolio, management expertise and sound financial practices. Board of directors and Management Chairman Eusebio H. Tanco President and CEO Monico V. Jacob Directors Joseph Augustin L. Tanco Ester T. Gabaldon Rainerio M. Borja Arsenio N. Tanco Atty. Jose F. Buenaventura Santiago S. Cua Mary Rose Vanessa L. Tanco Cualoping Atty. Teodoro D. Regala Johnip G. Cua

Products and services Ingat yaman pitaka Ingat yaman alkansya Ingat yaman kaban Nova plan 20 Mega plan 30 Cash loan facility

42. Fisrt metro investment Corp. Stock price List of Subsidiaries

First Metro Securities Brokerage Corporation First Metro Travelex, Inc. Global Business Power Corporation MBTC Technology, Inc. Metrobank Card Corporation Philippine Axa Life Insurance Corporation Philippine Charter Insurance Corporation SMBC Metro Investment Corporation Toyota Cubao, Incorporated Toyota Manila Bay Corporation Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation

Company background First Metro, incorporated on August 30, 1972, started its operations as an investment house with quasi-banking functions in May 1974. Fast forward 26 years later to the year 2000, Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company bought a majority stake in Solidbank, and proceeded to merge with First Metro. The resulting company from the merger, which was named First Metro Investment Corporation, retained its quasi-banking license, with Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas officially giving its nod on the merger on November 8, 2000.

Consequently, First Metro Investment Corporation became the first and only publicly listed investment bank in the Philippine Stock Exchange. Additionally, First Metro Investment is a government securities eligible dealer (GSED) licensed by the Bureau of the Treasury.

Board of directors and management Chairman FRANCISCO C. SEBASTIAN Vice Chairman SOLOMON S. CUA ARTHUR V. TY President / Director President / Director Director MARTIN Q. DY BUNCIO BIENVENIDO E. LAGUESMA ISMAEL G. CRUZ VICENTE R. CUNA, JR. REX C. DRILON II ABELARDO V. CORTEZ MANUEL I. AYALA Products and services

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