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Title: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: harper_x2002 on Feb 07, 2006, 01:58 PM
IPO s who can forget PETRON
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: 2slick on Feb 28, 2006, 02:32 PM
Quote from: FutureGizmo

Anong SM ang me IPO? SM Investments ba? SM Prime Holdings? Di ba additional shares yan, kasi nag-IPO na ang SM Investments last year. O me bagong SM company na maga-IPO?


SM investments last year pa nga yan (march 2005) pero naka post pa din sa pse.org.ph , kuha daw ako kahit konti saka watch ko yung market para ma gets ko daw yung feel ng market, lurker mode lang muna ako dito as advised nung UP Prof na nag assists sa akin.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Mar 03, 2006, 07:40 AM
Quote from: 2slick
SM investments last year pa nga yan (march 2005) pero naka post pa din sa pse.org.ph , kuha daw ako kahit konti saka watch ko yung market para ma gets ko daw yung feel ng market, lurker mode lang muna ako dito as advised nung UP Prof na nag assists sa akin.


Ok talagang hawakan ang SM Investments ngayon, lalo na't mukhang positive ang prospects sa ekonomya at sa mismong company. I used to hold this when it was stil in the 240s mark, nabenta ko at 252. Bumagsak 'to to its lowest of 200 at ngayon ay around 227 na siya, so kung nakuha mo 'to sa 200, malaki na kinita mo.

Pag-isipan ko pa kung kunin ko uli ito. Ang hawak ko ngayon e Ayala Land. Bought ALI 2 weeks ago at kahapon, binenta ko 12% yung net return. Not bad :D Bili uli ako today pag bumagsak ang presyo niya.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenman on Mar 03, 2006, 11:30 AM
Watch Out For The Ipo Of Gma Network. Sometime In May

Malakas Talaga Sm At Smph Ngayon...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: 2slick on Mar 04, 2006, 12:01 PM
wow GMA, naku, mag iipon nako ng malaki pag blue chips yan.  

Me alam ba kayong mga stocks na hawak nila First Gentlemen Arroyo at kina Iggy mukhang magandang maki ride sa mga stocks na hawak nila.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cool_78 on Mar 04, 2006, 12:50 PM
Planning also to buy GMA stocks when it comes out. Di na ako gigimik muna :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Mar 04, 2006, 03:36 PM
Magkano daw ba initial price ng GMA? Hindi porke IPO sila e tataas yung stock price nila. Depende yun sa initial pricing nila, baka mamya overpriced yung stock.

Last year, nag-IPO ang SM Investments (code: SM). Nag-open siya at 250 sa first day nya then intra-day ang highest nya e 252, pero bumagsak na nang tuloy-tuloy. Ngayon, it's at 225. So kung bumili ka during the first day at 250 tapos nde mo pa siya binebenta hanggang ngayon, talo ka pa kasi 225 pa lang presyo niya.

So ingat din sa pagkuha ng IPO stocks. Depende talaga yan sa valuation ng stock price.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nailbiter on Mar 04, 2006, 03:41 PM
^Korek. Nalugi kami sa SM IPO. :(
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Mar 04, 2006, 03:51 PM
Talaga? Dapat binenta nyo na nuon. Ako rin, excited sa SM IPO, bumili rin ako on the first day. Buti na lang, na-late ako ng konti sa pagbili kaya 247 ko na nabili. Nag-abang ako ng ilang araw at nang tumaas to 252, binenta ko na. Simula nun, bumagsak na nang bumagsak ang SM, bumaba pa nga to 200 e.

Kung meron pa kayo ngayon, benta nyo na ang consider it a loss. Pede ring maghintay bumalik sa dating presyo, pero mukhang aabutin pa yan ng 2-3 years.

Kaya ngayon ayaw ko muna sa SM, ALI (Ayala Land) at SMPH (SM Prime Holdings) muna ako.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nailbiter on Mar 04, 2006, 04:29 PM
Tsk, oo nga. Di ko alam sakto at what price we bought. Nasa ermat ko e. Pero alam ko nga bumagsak.

Re: GMA, tuloy na nga kaya yan? Payag na mga Jimenez?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Mike QC on Mar 04, 2006, 04:34 PM
Yes correct ka dyan FG. Hindi porke IPO e tataas na.  Madami na akong na-experienced na pag IPO day... na bumaba lang ng bumaba at hindi man lang nakapag bwelo.  That's why I also consider IPOs as high risk at 50-50 talaga ang chance mo either it will go up or down.  Aside from its price valuation, minsan kasi yung timing nila sa pag labas ng IPO ay hindi rin maganda (like say may economis crisis or political instablity on that very day of IPO or minsan naman madami silang nakasabay na mag IPO or madaming kalalabas lang at sunod-sunod na IPO).
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cool_78 on Mar 04, 2006, 04:35 PM
naku! kakatakot din pala. Kala ko kasi porket IPO sure kita agad. Need to do some more homework
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: clark on Mar 11, 2007, 11:05 AM
sa tingin niyo ba kung may IPO na ang GMA7, ok bang bumili dito ng stock kahit mahal?

ang balita sa akin kasi ng isang agent sa citiseconline malapit na daw at pati 2nd IPO ng rcbc

your thoughts please  :think:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Mar 12, 2007, 12:09 AM
It depends on how the initial shares will be priced and how many shares will be pre-subscribed. Last year excited ako bumili ng shares ng GMA pero nadelay nang nadelay ang IPO nila. This year check ko muna ang financial stats nila at ang IPO price bago ako mag-decide kung bibili nga ba ako.

I remember buying shares of SM Investments Corp. during its IPO last year. Initial price was P250, opened at 248 nabili ko at 247 tapos in 2 or 3 months bumagsak hanggang 208. Kung natakot ka sa pagbagsak at binenta mo agad baka nalugi ka pero ngayon ok na uli kasi lampas 300 na ang presyo nila.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: clark on Mar 12, 2007, 08:09 PM
FG, i am very new to the stocks. where do you check the financial stats of a certain company? and is there some way we would know how much they would be selling its initial price?

salamat po...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Mar 13, 2007, 02:17 AM
Regarding financial statements of public companies, I'm not sure if the SEC website offers free downloads but most of the time, the official website of the company has these info. If not, you can go to the SEC to get a copy of their financial statements for a fee.

Re: IPO price, it's usually announced by the underwriters of the offering or published in newspapers. You can also approach your stockbroker and I'm sure they'll have an idea about the IPO.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: clark on Mar 13, 2007, 08:07 PM
thanks a lot, FG!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: lowije_dapogs on Apr 12, 2007, 10:23 AM
May nag-invest ba sa inyo sa Pacific Online's IPO kahapon? Yung mga nakatunog dito, tubong-lugaw talaga sila... :thumbsup2

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Inquirer.net 4/12/07
Pacific Online shines on debut


Xinhua Financial News Service
Last updated 10:00am (Mla time) 04/12/2007

MANILA, Philippines -- Pacific Online Systems Corp. jumped 49 percent from its initial public offering price of P8.88 on its first day of trading.

At 9:45 a.m., the stock was trading at P13.25 on volume of 1.14 million shares.

Pacific Online, which leases online betting equipment to government-run Philippine Charity Sweepstakes Office, sold 39.8 million shares to the public, including 28 million shares offered by existing shareholders and 11.8 million new common shares.

The proceeds will be used to install additional online betting terminals in the the Visayas and Mindanao regions, company officials said earlier.

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Jnbs07 on Apr 13, 2007, 06:37 PM
yeh i got some shares from here. easy gains!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on May 01, 2007, 06:10 PM
Update from 2TradeAsia:

(As of April 30, 2007, 7 pm)

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GMA-7 sets IPO price at P7-P8.50/share

GMA Network, Inc. (GMA-7) is eyeing to sell as much as 91.35mn common shares to local investors at a minimum offer price of P7/share, maximum of P8.50, based on its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Also, GMA-7 plans to sell up to 822.12mn Philippine Deposit Receipts (PDR), which will be offered to both local and foreign investors at the same price. Proceeds will be utilized to finance the network's expansion plan for the next 2 years. Tentative listing is on 30 July. Of the PDRs to be sold, 91.35mn shares will be offered as primary, 730.77mn secondary.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on May 01, 2007, 06:14 PM
July 30 pala ang listing nila. Iri-research ko pa kung ano tingin ng analysts sa initial IPO price ng GMA7 at kung good buy nga ba ito at that price. Kung merong analysts dito, post naman kayo ng analysis niyo (kahit confidential yun LOL) :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on May 01, 2007, 06:45 PM
Tagal ko na rin hinihintay to. Tnx for the info.  :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: rael on May 03, 2007, 05:08 PM
from inq7.net, more IPOs coming after the elections... (http://business.inquirer.net/money/breakingnews/view_article.php?article_id=63796)

can everybody help fill up the price and minimum purchase of shares for these? pag may makuha ako, i'll update din.

Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc.: price / minimum shares
Intelligent Wave Philippines Inc.: price / minimum shares
Aboitiz Power Corp.: price / minimum shares
Golden Arches Development Corp.: price / minimum shares
GMA Network Inc.: P7 / minimum shares

tsaka, which two is your best bet, and why? (parang pageant question ah. world peace!)

thanks! :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: gramme on May 03, 2007, 07:23 PM
hello everyone! newbie here

There is a price-setting date for IPOs, usually a week before the shares are offered. You will know the offer price only by then.Sometimes, weeks ahead of the offer, a price-range is published. If demand for the shares is expected to be low, then a lower price is set and vice-versa. I remember First Gen Corp in 2006, the underwriters offered the share at 47 pesos instead of the initial plan of 71 pesos because of the low appetite for Philippine equities at the early part of the year. Minimum subscription is usually one board lot, unless specified by the underwriter. If offer price is between 1.02 and 10.00 then you can subscribe to a minimum of 1000 shares.

The company's prospectus can be downloaded from the pse website during the offer period.

A string of recent IPOs debuted strongly in the market. EDC gained a whopping 100% in just 3 months. LOTO opened 50% higher on its first trading day alone. IPOs have become attractive therefore, especially to investors looking for a quick profit in a matter of days ( minimum 20% ).

Personally I look forward to the IPO of Aboitiz Power Corporation the most, Golden Arches a close second.
GMA 7 not so much because I don't really like local television fare. I tend to buy what I like, and that is just my personal bias. GMA 7 looks like a good company though. And judging from the way ABS-CBNs stock has performed in the market, GMA may just follow the same path, and therefore may be a good long-term hold. To each his own though.

just sharing my little knowledge.  
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on May 04, 2007, 11:07 AM
^Inaabangan ko rin ang IPO ng Golden Arches. Para kahit hindi man matupad ang pangarap kong magkaroon ng franchise ng Mcdo, at least kahit stocks meron ako. :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: marche on May 05, 2007, 11:45 PM
anybody know the underwriters of the upcoming stocks na mag IPO?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: gramme on May 15, 2007, 06:22 AM
Quote from Phil Star business news item May 14, 2007 :

Aboitiz Power, the holding firm for all power generation and distribution assets of the Aboitiz family, is offering a total of 1.7 billion shares at a maximum price of P6 per share to raise about P12 billion. Bulk of the offer shares or 1.19 billion  will be sold overseas while the balance of 510 million shares will be issued to domestic investors. The local offering will run from July 4 to July 10.

GMA plans to sell 91.346 million shares to local investors and about 822.115 million PDRs to foreign investors at a price ranging from P7 to P8.50 each share.

Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc has increased the price range  for its planned IPO from P6.62 - P9.92 to P6.08 - P11.30 each share. Phoenix petroleum is offering to the public a total of 36.25 million shares. the offering is expected to start on June 13 to run until June 19. listing has been tentatively set on June 27.



Mark the dates on your calendars. BDO capital is the underwriter for Phoenix. I still don't know who will underwrite the GMA and Aboitiz IPOs.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jun 13, 2007, 03:44 PM

Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc has increased the price range  for its planned IPO from P6.62 - P9.92 to P6.08 - P11.30 each share. Phoenix petroleum is offering to the public a total of 36.25 million shares. the offering is expected to start on June 13 to run until June 19. listing has been tentatively set on June 27.

Ngayon start nito di ba? Saan pwedeng bumili? :huh:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 13, 2007, 05:12 PM
Yep, san pde bumili?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 13, 2007, 07:49 PM
Tanong ko lang sa mga naka-avail na previously ng IPO:  

1.   May pagkakaiba ba kung bibili ako ng shares thru my online broker and kung bibili ako thru the underwriter mismo?
2.   May difference ba sa price and max # of shares na pde ko bilin?
3.   May advantage ba kung sa mismong underwriter ka bibili?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 17, 2007, 07:07 PM
Aboitiz Power kicks off roadshow for P12-B IPO
By Zinnia B. Dela Pena
Sunday, June 17, 2007
The domestic roadshow for the initial public offering (IPO) of Aboitiz Power Corp. (APC), the holding firm for all power assets of Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc. (AEV), kicked off Friday.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, AEV said the international offering, on the other hand, will immediately follow.

The pricing of the shares, meanwhile, has been set on June 30 after the close of the bookbuilding process and following discussions between APC and its underwriters.

AEV president and chief executive officer Jon Ramon Aboitiz said the roadshows will be held in Singapore, New York, London and Singapore.

Aboitiz said 70 percent or up to 1.22 billion of the shares to be offered will be sold in the international market while 30 percent or 521.74 million shares are reserved for domestic investors.

The shares will be sold at a maximum of P6 each share to raise as much as P12 billion.

APC has granted UBS AG as stabilizing agent an over-allotment option of up to 15 percent of the total offer shares representing up to 260.87 million shares.

UBS AG serves as the sole global coordinator and book runner for the issue with CLSA Ltd. and Macquarie Securities Pte. Ltd. acting as co-lead managers.

BDO Capital and PCI Capital Corp., on the other hand, have been tapped as lead domestic underwriters for the offering while ATR Kim Eng Capital Partners, Inc., BPI Capital Corp. and First Metro Investment Corp. will serve as domestic co-lead underwriters.

The domestic offering is expected to run from July 4 to 6 while the listing of the shares has been set on July 16.

Proceeds from the offering will be used to enhance APC's position as a participant in the privatization of state-owned power generation assets as well as in the development and acquisition of additional power projects.

The IPO is consistent with the provisions of the Electric Power Industry Reform Act (EPIRA) which calls for broader public ownership of electricity distribution and generation assets.

Since its inception in 1998, APC has accumulated interests in power generation facilities with a total installed capacity of 686 megawatts as of end-2006.

Among the companies under APC include Davao Light & Power Co. Inc., Visayan Electric Co. Inc., Hijos de F. Escano Inc., Cotabato Light & Power Co., Subic Enerzone Corp., San Fernando Electric Light and Power Co., Pampanga Energy Ventures Inc., and Aboitiz Energy Solutions Inc.

VECO and DLPC are the second and third-largest privately-owned distribution utilities in the country in terms of both customers and annual power sales.

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jun 18, 2007, 11:36 PM
From Phil. Star:

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Local McDonald's chain defers IPO
By Zinnia B. Dela Pena
Monday, June 18, 2007

Golden Arches Development Corp. (GADC), the Philippine franchise holder of global fastfood giant McDonald's is temporarily putting plans to list at the Philippine Stock Exchange on the back burner as it sees no immediate need to raise cash.

"We are temporarily putting it on hold. We are not in a hurry," said GADC chairman George Yang when asked about the status of McDonald's Philippines' planned initial public offering (IPO).

Yang said GADC has sufficient funds to cover its working capital requirements and continued expansion.

GADC is owned 51 percent by the Yang family and 49 percent by Alliance Global inc., the investment holding firm of Megaworld Corp. chairman and president Andrew Tan.

The company earlier tapped Ernst & Young as financial advisor for the planned share sale.

GADC earlier said tapping the capital markets will provide the company a broader menu of sources of funds for its product development and domestic market expansion.
Source: http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Business&p=49&type=2&sec=27&aid=2007061749 (http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Business&p=49&type=2&sec=27&aid=2007061749)
Kainis. Jollibee na nga lang bibilhin ko. :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Jarlaxle on Jun 19, 2007, 01:05 AM
^Sayang. Wait for the prices to go down na lang and buy JFC shares  :cool2:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jun 21, 2007, 06:34 PM
From Philstar.net (http://www.philstar.com/index.php?Business&p=49&type=2&sec=27&aid=2007062063):

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GMA Network's IPO approved
By Zinnia B. Dela Pena
Thursday, June 21, 2007

The planned initial public offering (IPO) of leading broadcasting firm GMA Network Inc. got the go-signal yesterday from the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Based on its registration papers, GMA plans to sell 91.346 million shares to local investors and 822.115 million Philippine Deposit Receipts (PDRs) to foreign investors at a price ranging from P7 to P8.50 each share.

GMA is expected to raise between P6.39 billion and P7.78 billion from the combined sale of stock and PDRs.

Of the PDRs being offered, 730.769 million are being offered by existing shareholders FLG Management & Development Corp., M.A. Jimenez Enterprises and Television International Corp. The remaining 91.346 million PDRs will be sold by the company itself.

GMA expects to receive up to P1.55 billion out of the total expected proceeds from the offering while the balance will go to the selling shareholders.

GMA will become only the second broadcast network to list on the Philippine Stock Exchange, next to rival ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp.

Each PDR grants the right to the delivery or sale of one common share. Although holders of PDRs enjoy economic rights, they will not have any voting rights in respect of the underlying shares.

Such voting rights will, until exercise of the PDR, will be retained and exercised by GMA Holdings Inc.

A total of 182.692 million PDRs will be sold in the Philippines while 639.42 million will be sold overseas by Deutsche Bank, the appointed sole global coordinator and bookrunner and lead manager for the international offering.

ATR Kim Eng Capital Partners Inc., on the other hand, will serve as the lead underwriter for the local offering.

Tuloy na tuloy na. :applause:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: irongoddess on Jun 21, 2007, 07:10 PM
Guys, IPO ng Vista Land very soon!

Manny Villar's behemoth umbrella real estate company (which includes camella, brittany, crown asia and communities phil.) is slated to go public on June 25.  Get ready!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 21, 2007, 08:21 PM
Tnx IG! Sino kaya underwriter?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 23, 2007, 08:49 AM
Phoenix Petroleum pegs IPO price at P9.80/share
By Zinnia B. Dela Pena
Saturday, June 23, 2007
 
Davao-based oil firm Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc. has set the price of its initial public offering (IPO) at P9.80 per share.

In its filing with the Philippine Stock Exchange, Phoenix said the final offer price is within the indicated price range of P6.08 to P11.30 per share.

The final offer price is 9.87 times the company's 2007 projected earnings of P144 million, it added.

Phoenix is offering a total of 36.25 million shares to the public, 29 million of which will be issued through a primary offering while the remaining 7.25 million will be sold by an existing shareholder. The offering will run from June 27 to July 3. Listing of the shares has been set on July 11.

Phoenix expects to raise P284.2 million from the IPO.  Proceeds from the secondary offering, on the other hand, are estimated to amount to P71.05 million.

BDO Capital is the lead manager and underwriter for the issue.

Phoenix  is setting aside P60 million over the next two years for the construction of more fuel service stations in line with its goal to become one of the major players in the industry.

The company plans to put up 40 new outlets annually in the next three years as it seeks to end 2012 with a total network of 250 stations.

About 30 outlets are expected to be established this year alone.

Phoenix is engaged in the business of trading refined petroleum products, lubricants and other chemical products under the "Phoenix Fuels Life" trademark.  It also operates  oil depots and storage facilities mainly in the southern part of the country and is the exclusive logistics service provider of airline company Cebu Pacific. 

In the first quarter this year, eight new retail service stations have been completed or are under construction.

The company is finalizing negotiations for the lease of two properties in Mindanao for use as oil depots and terminals in order to support the expansion of its operations in other regions in the country.

In Mindanao alone there are only 49 stations, which means that there is enough room for expansion.

Last year, Phoenix  posted a net income of P74.27 million, more than 14 times the P3.72 million profit reported in 2005.   Total revenues jumped 120 percent to P1.49 billion from only P680 million, primarily due to a substantial increase in sales of petroleum products and income from fuel and storage.

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Ping on Jun 23, 2007, 12:44 PM
Dami uli ng IPO  :applause:

Mukhang ok ba yung ABOITIZ at GMA?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: gramme on Jun 24, 2007, 06:38 PM
Most of the upcoming IPOs will be handled by BDO Capital.

It pays to have an account with your nearest BDO branch, to get a bite of the Local Small Investor allocation. Maximum 25k worth of shares can be purchased.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Jarlaxle on Jun 28, 2007, 06:26 PM
GMA Investor's Briefing for IPO

Date: July 2, 2007
Time: 2:00 pm
Venue: Isla Ballroom
          Edsa Shangrila Hotel
          Mandaluyong City

The trading participants are advised to confirm their attendance with Fernie Barrion at Tel. 849-8919 or Fax 848-5640.


Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 29, 2007, 02:02 PM
Mga kapatid! Bilihan na pala ng IPO ng Phoenix! Pwde bumili sa BDO branch from jun27 - jun29 (ngayon), then july2 - july3 sa BDO Capital na. Minimum shares 1000, max shares 2000 @ P9.80/share. Punta nako! Babay!  :harhar:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jun 29, 2007, 02:54 PM
^dwin, pag sa BDO branch binili, paano maibebenta? Thru BDO rin? Magbibigay ba sila ng stock certficate? Paano ang transaction? :help:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 29, 2007, 03:16 PM
Hi anna.

Kagagaling ko lang sa BDO branch. Ang sabi kase sa instruction ng Citisec, kuha raw kami 4 na application form sa bank then dalin sa Citisec office para maregister sa account namin, para ma-trade online. After sa Citisec, ipa-pass na sa bank. Kaso sabi sa bank, sa BDO Capital na raw ipa-pass kase nga gang ngayon na lang sa mga BDO banks. So sa Monday ko na to mabibigay sa BDO Capital.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jun 29, 2007, 03:33 PM
^Thanks dwin! :) Para pala sa mga Citisec clients lang. Kakainggit! Yung broker ko kasi inutil. :secret:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jun 29, 2007, 03:35 PM
Pde rin kayo malamang, anna. Tamad lang cguro mag-advisory BPI Trade. Subukan mo kaya kol cla?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 03, 2007, 04:55 PM
GMA Network starts int'l roadshow for P7.8-B stock offer

Public offer set for July 17-24

By Elizabeth Sanchez-Lacson
Inquirer
Last updated 02:07am (Mla time) 07/03/2007


GMA Network Inc., the country's most profitable network, kickstarted an international roadshow to five key international cities yesterday in a bid to raise as much as P7.8 billion from a public stock offering at the end of the month.

GMA Network executive vice president Gilberto Duavit Jr. said in an interview that a roadshow would be conducted until July 13 in Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Boston and New York.

A domestic offer is set for July 17-24 while the listing is set for July 30.

Out of the total offer, 70 percent will be given to international investors while 30 percent will be allocated to domestic investors, according to Roberto Benares, managing director of domestic underwriter ATR Kim Eng Capital.

In documents earlier filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, GMA Network had said it planned to offer 91.35 million common shares at roughly between P7.00 and P8.50 apiece.

GMA Holdings Inc., a new corporation organized in the Philippines to issue Philippine Deposit Receipts (PDRs), planned to sell 822.115 million PDRs.

PDRs are shares that have economic benefits such as cash, stock or property dividends, but none of its voting powers. It also grants the right to its holder to the delivery or sale of a corresponding amount of common shares. The PDRs are proposed as a tool to generate interest among institutional investors.

Out of the total cash proceeds, roughly P1.5 billion will be raised from a primary offering while the rest, from a secondary sale of shares.

Proceeds of the stock offer will be used to fund the company's expansion, which involves the completion of new television studios, originating stations in the provinces such as Dagupan and Naga (which will produce programming catering to five key regional dialects), and setting up a second international channel, GMA Network chairman Felipe Gozon said.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 03, 2007, 04:57 PM
Aboitiz Power sets final IPO price at P5.80 per share
Xinhua Financial News Service
Last updated 12:52pm (Mla time) 07/02/2007

MANILA, Philippines -- Aboitiz Power Corp. has approved a final price of P5.80 per share for its initial public offering of up to two billion shares, underwriters BDO Capital & Investment Corp. and PCI Capital Corp. said.

The final price falls within the range of P5.25-P6.25 per share given earlier by the company.

The IPO involves 1.74 billion new shares, excluding 260.87 million shares for the over-allotment option. About 70 percent of the shares were offered to foreign investors last month, with the domestic offer set to start on Wednesday.

Aboitiz Power's listing on the local bourse has been tentatively set for July 16.

It will use a portion of the IPO proceeds to bid for state-owned power plants and for greenfield power projects.

Aboitiz Power is wholly owned by publicly-listed conglomerate Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc., which also has interests in banking, transportation, property and food.

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 03, 2007, 05:05 PM
I posted articles on GMA Network and Aboitiz Power IPOs above.  If I'm not mistaken, public offerings is set for July 17 for GMA and July 16 for Aboitiz.

Question lang po to the stock trader gurus out there - If I wanted to get in and purchase some of these stocks, how do I go about in doing so?  I currently do not have any online accounts for online brokers.  Is there a broker that I can contact to make this happen?  I really want to participate in these IPOs as soon as they are offered to the public.

Much thanks for the help!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jul 03, 2007, 05:41 PM
Bukas (wed) na ang ABOITIZ, greenh99.

Thanks for the posts. :thankyou:

Eto yung list ng brokers na nakuha ko sa online broker ko. Google mo na lang cguro yung tel #s nila tapos inquire ka how to avail of the upcoming IPOs.  :D

DEUTSCHE REGIS PARTNERS,
CLSA PHILIPPINES, INC.
ATR KIM ENG SECURITIES
SB SECURITIES,INC.
UBS SECURITIES PHIL., INC
ABN AMRO ASIA SECURITIES
MACQUARIE SECURITIES
JP MORGAN SECURITIES
PHILIPPINE EQUITY PARTNER
ABACUS SECURITIES CORPORA
WEALTH SECURITIES, INC.
CITISECURITIES, INC.
DBP-DAIWA SECURITIES (PHI
KEPPEL SECURITIES PHILIPP
BPI SECURITIES CORPORATIO
ASIASEC EQUTITIES, INC.
PAPA SECURITIES CORPORATI
TOWER SECURITIES, INC.
ACCORD CAPITAL EQUITIES
BDO SECURITIES CORP.
ANSALDO, GODINEZ & CO.
ANGPING & ASSOCIATES SECU
AB CAPITAL SECURITIES, IN
MANDARIN SECURITIES CORPO
TRITON SECURITIES CORPORA
FIRST METRO SECURITIES
BELSON SECURITIES, INC.
BA SECURITIES, INC.
QUALITY INVESTMENT & SECU
GOLDSTAR SECURITIES, INC.
REGINA CAPITAL DEVELOPMEN
STANDARD SECURITIES COPRO
RCBC SECURITIES, INC.
MERIDIAN SECURITIES, INC.
HDI SECURITIES, INC.
STRATEGIC EQUITIES CORP.
PCCI SECURITIES BROKERS C
R. COYIUTO SECURITIES, IN
EQUITIWORLD SECURITIES,IN
R.S. LIM & COMPANY, INC.
A & A SECURITIES INC.
E. CHUA CHIACO SECURITIES
SOLAR SECURITIES, INC.
LUCKY SECURITIES, INC.
THE FIRST RESOURCES MANAG
EVERGREEN STOCK BROKERAGE
MDR SECURITIES, INC.
R. NUBLA SECURITIES, INC.
IGC SECURITIES, INC.
FIRST ORIENT SECURITIES,I
PCIB SECURITIES, INC.
GLOBALINKS SECURITIES & S
BERNAD SECURITIES, INC.
GOLDEN TOWER SEC. & HOLDI
SUMMIT SECURITIES, INC.
UNICAPITAL SECURITIES
THING-ON SECURITIES LTD.
PREMIUM SECURITIES, INC.
I. ACKERMAN & COMPANY, IN
INVESTORS SECURITIES, INC
B.H. CHUA SECURITIES CORP
YU & COMPANY, INC.
SINCERE SECURITIES CORP.
DAVID GO SECURITIES CORPO
PAN ASIA SECURITIES CORPO
JAKA SECURITIES CORPORATI
GUILD SECURITIES, INC.
EAGLE EQUITIES,INC.
FIDELITY SECURITIES,INC.
H.E. BENNTT SECURITIES, I
ASTRA SECURITIES CORPORAT
AURORA SECURITIES, INC.
S.J. ROXAS & COMPANY, INC
KINGS POWER SECURITIES
ALAKOR SECURITIES CORPORA
EASTERN SECURITIES DEVT C
CUALOPING SECURITIES CORP
HK SECURITIES (PHILS), IN
OPTIMUM SECURITIES CORPOR
WESTLINK GLOBAL EQUITIES
UCPB SECURITIES,INC.
LUY S SECURITIES COMPANY,
MERCANTILE SECURITIES COR
J.M.BARCELON & COMPANY, I
F.YAP SECURITIES,INC.
YAO & ZIALCITA, INC.
DA MARKET SECURITIES, INC
MOUNT PEAK SECURITIES, IN
A.T. DE CASTRO SECURITIES
ASIA PACIFIC CAPITAL EQUI
IMPERIAL. DE GUZMAN,ABALO
VICSAL SECURITIES, INC.
I.B. GIMENEZ SECURITIES,
G.D. TAN & CO.
ATC SECURITIES, INC.
CAMPOS LANUZA & CO.
PLATINUM SECURITIES, INC.
FIRST INTEGRATED CAPITAL
JSG SECURITIES, INC.
INTRA-INVEST SECURITIES,
R & L INVESTMENTS, INC.
ALPHA SECURITIES CORPORAT
NEW WORLD SECURITIES, INC
PUBLIC SECURITIES CORPORA
PNB SECURITIES,INC.
RTG & COMPANY, INC.
SARANGGANI SECURITIES, IN
ARMSTRONG SECURITIES, INC
DIVERSIFIED SECURITIES, I
SECURITIES SPECIALSTS, IN
TRANS-ASIA SECURITIES, IN
TANSENGCO & COMPANY, INC.
LOPEZ, LOCSIN, LEDESMA &
LARRGO SECURITIES COMPANY
WONG SECURITIES CORPORATI
FRANCISCO ORTIGAS SECURIT
BENJAMIN CO CA & COMPANY,
VENTURE SECURITIES, INC.
EIB SECURITIES, INC
APEX PHILS. EQUITIES
AAA SOUTHEAST EQUITIES, I
TRI-SATE SECURITIES, INC.
SUPREME STOCKBROKER, INC.
COHERCO SECURITIES
UPCC SECURITIES CORP.
NIEVES SANCHEZ, INC.
EASTWEST CAPITAL CORPORAT
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 03, 2007, 05:52 PM
what??! :eek: :huh:  bukas na?!?!

Kainis...I might not have enough time to get in at IPO rates.  Haay....  But thanks for the info dwin!   Haba ng listahan.  Ever conducted business with any of them offline?  Any recommendations?  Baka sa GMA na lang ako makakahabol.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jul 03, 2007, 06:08 PM
Di pa ko nakapag-transact sa khit kanino sa kanila, pero advise ko dun ka na pumunta sa mismong underwriter.

BDO Capital for ABOITIZ, ATR Kim Eng naman for GMA. :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: goldchest on Jul 03, 2007, 09:15 PM
I posted articles on GMA Network and Aboitiz Power IPOs above. If I'm not mistaken, public offerings is set for July 17 for GMA and July 16 for Aboitiz.

Question lang po to the stock trader gurus out there - If I wanted to get in and purchase some of these stocks, how do I go about in doing so?

I currently do not have any online accounts for online brokers. Is there a broker that I can contact to make this happen? I really want to participate in these IPOs as soon as they are offered to the public.

Much thanks for the help!


Sir dwin and greenh99, correct me if I'm wrong, so i have to go first to underwriters of Aboitiz and GMA and purchase shares there and then go to philstocks to open an account for online trading? :help:

Thanks a lot! sorry for my being redundant if this was posted already...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jul 03, 2007, 11:38 PM
Mam goldchest, kung meron kang online broker like philstocks, usually sila na mismo ang mag-oofer sa yo thru their announcement sa  website nila. Kung baga, papindot-pindot ka lang, may IPO shares ka na. Kase nga may account (must be enough to cover the volume of shares you'd like to buy) ka sa kanila.

Kung wala naman sila announcement sa website, kol ka muna sa kanila para malaman mo ang procedure nila sa pag-avail ng shares.

I'm also new sa pagbili ng IPOs. I'm just sharing what I have experienced so far with my online broker.  :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 04, 2007, 08:55 AM
Pepsi unit to join IPO bandwagon
Stock market sets new all-time high
by Elizabeth Sanchez-Lacson
Inquirer
Last updated 03:04am (Mla time) 07/04/2007

MANILA, Philippines -- Soft drinks firm Pepsi-Cola Products Philippines Inc. will go public with the sale of up to 1.14 billion old and new shares to raise P6.9 billion, a preliminary prospectus filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) showed.

The offer will consist of up to 380.78 million new shares and 761.57 million shares owned by Guoco Assets Philippines Inc., Hong Way Holdings Inc., The Nassim Fund and Orion Land Inc.

Guoco Assets holds 14.4 percent of Pepsi-Cola Philippines while PepsiCo has 32.9 percent; Hong Way Holdings, 25.89 percent; Nassim Fund, 17.6 percent, and Orion Land, 4.5 percent.

Pepsi-Cola Philippines is the licensed bottler of PepsiCo beverages in the Philippines. Its products include juices, iced teas, sports drinks and energy drinks. Its soft drinks and beverage brands include Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Light, Pepsi Max, 7 Up, Mountain Dew, Gatorade, Lipton Iced Tea, Tropicana, Propel and Sting.

In 2006, it sold 110 million eight-ounce equivalents of carbonated beverages and 10 million eight-ounce equivalent cases of non-carbonated beverages.

It also manufactures and packages products at 11 production plants nationwide and distributes them through 106 sales offices and warehouses.

Pepsi-Cola Philippines estimated that total proceeds would amount to P6.9 billion, assuming an initial public offering (IPO) price of P6.04 a share, the midpoint of its estimated price range. The offer price has yet to be set.

Of the expected proceeds, about P2.29 billion will be raised by the company from the sale of primary shares after deducting certain expenses.

In the nine-month period ended March 31 this year, Pepsi-Cola Philippines' net income amounted to P501 million, a decline of 21 percent from the same period in 2006. The company's fiscal year ends on June 30.

The company has tapped UBS Investment Bank as its sole international underwriter.

Pepsi-Cola Philippines' IPO application came as the local stock market surged to a new all-time high yesterday, with the Philippine Stock Exchange's main price index rising 60.3 points or 1.63 percent to 3,751.99, beating the previous record of 3,718.88 set last June 20.

"This is a reaction to the overnight gains on Wall Street. The market also chose to ignore for the moment the rise in interest rates," PCCI Securities president Francisco Liboro said.

The government's key borrowing rate shot up during Monday's Treasury bills auction as banks -- rattled by weak tax collections -- sought higher returns on their funds.

The rate for 91-day T-bills jumped to 3.477 percent, an increase of almost half a percentage point from the previous rate of 2.996 percent.

The US stock market also rose overnight on robust US manufacturing data, while the mood across Asia was lifted by a spate of US takeover activity.

Among regional markets, Tokyo's Nikkei average rose 0.3 percent, South Korea's benchmark KOSPI climbed 1.1 percent to a one-week high, and on Wall Street, blue-chip stocks ended nearly 1 percent higher while the tech-laden Nasdaq Composite Index added 1.1 percent.

So far this year, the Philippine main market index has gained 25.8 percent, or 769.45 points.

Total trades Tuesday hit P5.96 billion with 106 gainers against 24 losers.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ropher_66 on Jul 04, 2007, 04:13 PM
question lang po. if u will go into online broker (philstocks etc) u need to set up an account. So meaning u will put in money muna sa kanila so u cud buy stocks or pwede ring bank transfers. Sori for the question i know siguro meron ding post re this. Its just so happens na gusto ko talaga to get some IPO's kaso wala me sa country so sana pwde to transact with them on line. I think Pepsi co phil is a strong contender malakas yung non carbonated drinks nila also GMA is a good buy I think.  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: gramme on Jul 04, 2007, 05:48 PM
Regarding transacting IPOs through underwriters :

You must have an existing account with a brokerage house because the IPO shares will be lodged through PDC under the "name" of your brokerage house, and then those shares will be credited to your account. No certificates will be issued unlike before. You can still pay for IPO shares through the underwriter. The corresponding amount will be credited to your brokerage account once the shares have been received by your broker. Then, if you want, you can ask your broker to have your shares "certificated" in your name.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 06, 2007, 01:34 PM
Question: Has anyone been able to buy IPO shares through online brokers? citisec, philstocks, etc?

Knowing that GMA Network will be offering to the public soon, I asked someone I know from MFMCP if it would be possible to get into these. (By the way, MFMCP's majority parent ATR KimEng Capital Partners, Inc. (ATRKECPI) is the domestic lead underwriter for GMA Network's upcoming IPO.) I was told that you'll need to open an account with a stock broker, but unfortunately, these "hot" IPO's are usually rationed and priority is given to their most active and bigger clients. The likelyhood of a new brokerage customer getting these "hot" IPO's are very small.

I was disappointed to hear this but of course, it is understandable that newcomers like me will be less prioritized by stock brokers with bigger clients, specially for "hot" IPOs.  Now in relation to my question, in online stock tradings, is this also true?  I mean, since online ang mga transactions, I'm thinking mas walang bias in terms of who buys the shares, right?  Or baka naman for IPO's, you still need to contact the online stock brokers to ask them if they have "shares" to be allocated to their clients?  In this case, puede ngang hindi ka pa din mabigyan ng allocation.  Which leads me back to my question: has anyone been able to buy IPO shares from online brokers?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jul 06, 2007, 03:36 PM
I did. Well, tried to... As of now kase, ang status ng aking subscription for a number of shares is still "RECEIVED". In other words, hanggang ngayon di pa rin nakakakuha ang online broker ko ng shares for my subscription.

Since this is, if I'm not mistaken, the last day of the offering, I'm not expecting anything anymore.

Totoo rin cguro yung sabi ng kakilala ko sa citisec, na palakasan din pla pag may IPO. Even with a broker, you're still not sure to get any shares.

But I'm not losing heart. Try ko uli sa GMA. I'm banking on the fact that since the owner/president of citisec is also a board member of ATR Kim Eng Equity Fund, there's a big chance I could land a nice number of shares. Just hoping   :dunno:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 06, 2007, 04:33 PM
@dwin, so if I understand correctly, sa citiseconline, you have the option to apply for IPO shares, kaso nga lang, hindi lang sure kung mabibigyan ka or not, right?  And you do this totally online? No need to contact citiseconline?  If so, that answers my question na puede nga mag apply online.  Whether you get the IPO shares or not, is a different matter, hehe.  Ang Philstocks kaya may ganitong option?

Haay....as someone said to me: "People who open brokerage accounts for the first time just for the purpose of chasing an IPO are at a severe disadvantage.  The odds of a new brokerage customer getting hot IPO shares now are like finding a needle in a haystack."  

I hope you find the GMA needle sir dwin!  
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: rael on Jul 07, 2007, 10:25 AM
kelan po ba actual listing ng aboitiz?

when that comes around, i think it should still be ok to buy if you really have faith in that stock. 'coz most likely price will still be at low levels.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: tolome512 on Jul 07, 2007, 03:11 PM
hindi successful yun Aboitiz IPO application ko sa philstocks. This year lang ako ng open ng trading account. Siguro isa ito sa dahilan kaya di successful.

the criterion for allocation of Accord Capital Equities Corporation of IPO shares to it's clients is based on the client's value traded history and ranking for a period of one year prior to the IPO.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: jflucena on Jul 10, 2007, 12:40 PM
can anyone help me with this? ><

I'd really like to invest here...(although im more of an ABS fan lol).

if anyone can give me any contact person... I'm thinking of putting in about 5000 shares at least.

Thanks.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jul 13, 2007, 11:02 PM
^May broker ka na ba? Kung meron na, magpa-reserve ka na sa broker mo. Kung wala pa, hanap ka muna. :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: AMARANTH on Jul 14, 2007, 05:31 PM
masmalaki ang chance ninyo kumuha ng vista 2nd ipo offering keysa sa gma7 per advise lang kapag vista lang buy the ipo then dump it on listing date.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: suite_princess on Jul 15, 2007, 12:55 PM
Okay ba broker sa BDO Securities?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 16, 2007, 08:57 AM
IPOs seen sapping market liquidity this week

By Elizabeth Sanchez-Lacson
Inquirer
Last updated 11:19pm (Mla time) 07/15/2007

INITIAL public offers (IPOs) will take the limelight this week with big names such as Aboitiz Power Corp., GMA Network Inc., Philippine National Bank and Vista Land beginning their share issuances or listing activities.

"There will be some initial strength at the opening (of trades) on Monday but it will weaken after because of too many offerings. But that's good so investors can choose between the cheap and expensive. Issuers have become very greedy lately so having IPOs all at the same time actually creates a kind of shortage of funds so they have to allocate those funds more carefully," Eagle Equities Inc. president Joseph Roxas said.

Aboitiz Power, which will list Monday, offered 1.74 billion shares at P5.80. Up to an additional 260.87 million shares can be offered under an over-allotment option.

Proceeds of Aboitiz's offering will be used to expand the company's power-generating capacity.

GMA Network aims to raise up to P7.8 billion from a public offer which will start on July 17 to 24. It will offer 91.346 million common shares at up to P8.50 each.

GMA Holdings Inc., a new corporation organized in the Philippines to issue Philippine Deposit Receipts (PDRs), will also sell 822.115 million PDRs.

PDRs are shares that have economic benefits such as cash, stock or property dividends, but none of its voting powers. It also grants the right to its holder to the delivery or sale of a corresponding amount of common shares.

The PDRs are proposed as a tool to generate interest among institutional investors.

Out of the total cash proceeds, roughly P1.3 billion to P1.5 billion will be raised from a primary offering and the rest from a secondary sale of shares.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 16, 2007, 09:01 AM
GMA7 to set IPO price at top end of selling range--sources

By Elizabeth Sanchez-Lacson
Inquirer
Last updated 06:54pm (Mla time) 07/15/2007

GMA NETWORK INC., one of the country's top broadcasting firms, has set the price of shares for its initial public offer at P8.50, market sources said.

The price is at the top end of the network's maiden offer range, which starts at P7.

The network's underwriters, Deutsche Bank AG and ATR Kim Eng Capital Partners Inc., declined to comment on the price over the weekend.

In its offering circular which it earlier disclosed to the Philippine Stock Exchange, GMA Network said it would offer a total of 91.346 million new common shares, while GMA Holdings Inc., a new corporation, will sell 822.115 million Philippine Deposit Receipts (PDRs).

PDRs are shares that have economic benefits such as cash, stock or property dividends, but retain no voting powers. It also grants its holder the right to the delivery or sale of a corresponding amount of common shares. PDRs are proposed as a tool to generate interest among institutional investors.

According to the network's underwriters, GMA may expect from the maiden offer anywhere from P6.4 to P7.8 billion in proceeds.

Up to 70 percent of the shares will be allocated to foreign investors, while 30 percent will go to domestic investors.

GMA's domestic offer is set from July 17 to 24, while the listing will be on July 30.

Out of the total cash proceeds of up to P7.8 billion, roughly P1.3 to P1.5 billion will be raised from the primary offering portion, while the rest will come from a secondary sale of shares.

Proceeds from the IPO will be used to fund the company's expansion which involves the completion of new television studios, originating stations in the provinces, such as Dagupan and Naga, which will produce programming catering to five key regional dialects, and the setting up of a second international channel, GMA chairman Felipe Gozon said.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Jul 16, 2007, 09:03 AM
PNB to offer 160.8M shares

Inquirer
Last updated 09:37pm (Mla time) 07/15/2007

PHILIPPINE National Bank is offering an additional 160.81 million shares to the public next week.

In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), PNB said its offer will consist of 89 million new common shares and 71.8 million secondary shares. Of the total offer, 70 percent will be sold to international investors and 30 percent to local players.

PNB said the offer price would be computed based on the volume-weighted average trading price of the shares on the PSE for the period up to 30 trading days ending July 13, subject to a discount of 10 percent.

The closing price of PNB shares was P65 last Friday. At this price, the offering could raise for the bank and its shareholders roughly P10.4 billion.

PNB has tapped UBS AG as its international lead manager and PNB Capital and Investment Corp., Land Bank of the Philippines, and Development Bank of the Philippines as local underwriters.

An international roadshow is scheduled from July 16 to 17 with the price to be set on the latter date. A domestic offer will be conducted from July 20 to 24, while the listing date was set on Aug. 1.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: 2slick on Jul 16, 2007, 09:19 AM
Re: PNB hirap pakiramdaman itong bank na ito, goverment to commercial bank, this is now owned by the great Lucio Tan.  

Me mag advise ba dito kung good or bad buy ito ?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cool_78 on Jul 17, 2007, 03:32 PM
Aboitiz power actually closed lower than it's IPO price of 5.80 down to 5.50 proving that not all IPO's are sure bets.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jul 17, 2007, 05:17 PM
Overpriced kase ang Aboitiz.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jul 17, 2007, 05:19 PM
Start na ngayon ng offering ng GMA 7 shares. May nakabili na ba?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Jarlaxle on Jul 17, 2007, 06:04 PM
July 30 daw lilitaw sa PSE yung GMA eh
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cheftonio on Jul 18, 2007, 03:49 PM

Aboitiz power actually closed lower than it's IPO price of 5.80 down to 5.50 proving that not all IPO's are sure bets.


Yea, what do you think sa gma? ganun din? kasi if ever bababa pag list, antayin ko nalang kaso baka pila...? what do you think?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: lowije_dapogs on Jul 20, 2007, 08:53 AM
may bumili na ba ng gma ipo dito? bat sabi ng ofcmate ko hanggang july 23 na lang daw (for local small investors) at kailangan bang may broker? yung listing nya ata is july 30? confirmed na ba to? daming tanong no... :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cil on Jul 21, 2007, 03:11 PM
galing ako ddon kahapon, sa ATR ako nag apply just bring two valid government ID's like PRC, Passport, SSS then kung wala kang broker irerefer naman ng ATR kung saan ka papapirma.  Kung wala kang managers/cashier check pwede ka magdala ng cash tapos bibigyan ka nila ng deposit slip ng RCBC, doon din sa building na yun.. Paphotocopy mo lang yung 2 valid ID's mo ng tig dalawa para sa broker din ipapasa mo.  Kaso ang alam ko eh hanggang Monday na lang until 11:00am.  Ang dami ngang pila doon sa PSE (17th floor) mabuti na lang maaga ako, 8:15 am naandoon na ako.tawag na lang kayo sa 028498988
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: lilgreenman on Jul 22, 2007, 01:20 PM
Masyadong mataas ang price ng GMA's price per share na 8.50!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dwin on Jul 22, 2007, 04:23 PM
Ay nako! I give up! Ayoko na uli umasa makakuha ng kahit anong IPO. Totoo yata sabi ng isa kong kakilala sa Citisec na palakasan din.

Di ko alam kung mahirap talagang makakuha ng shares ng Aboitiz or GMA, o talagang mahina lang ang Citisec. :fight1:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jul 22, 2007, 04:53 PM
^Hindi mahina ang Citisec kundi mahina ka sa Citisec. :D Ganon naman talaga sa kahit saang broker. Mas priority nila yung matatagal na nilang clients na may mga malalaking investments. Kaya ako hindi na ako umaasang mabibigyan pa. Pero check ko pa rin bukas sa broker ko. Kung wala, sa listing date na lang ako bibili. :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Jul 30, 2007, 12:55 PM
Bagsak ang stocks ngayon pero hataw ang GMA7. Up by 23.53%!

GMA7 stock price jumps on first trading day (http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/2007/07/30/gma-ipo/)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: annanymous on Jul 30, 2007, 01:02 PM
^Nakabili ka ba bossing? Ang hirap maghabol online. P10 na nung nakabili ako. Pero ok lang, alam ko naman tataas pa yan. :cool2:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Jul 30, 2007, 01:09 PM
^ Naku nde. Kakagising ko lang kaya nde na ako nakaabot sa trading session. :hihi:

Saka on hold muna ang pag-trade ko ngayon. Marami gastos LOL...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Sep 05, 2007, 08:25 AM
STI plans P1.5-B IPO

By Elizabeth Sanchez-Lacson
Inquirer
Last updated 04:10am (Mla time) 09/05/2007

Systems Technology Institute (STI), one of the country's biggest networks of information and communications technology-centered colleges, is planning to list on the Singapore Stock Exchange and on the Philippine Stock Exchange starting next year, STI executive committee chairman Eusebio Tanco said.

On the sidelines of a signing ceremony at the Philippine Stock Exchange in Makati City late Monday, Tanco said STI could raise at least P1.5 billion from a possible listing of roughly 30 percent of the company's capitalization of P5 billion.

After an initial public offering (IPO), STI's market capitalization is expected to swell to P10 billion (about $200 million).

Proceeds from the offering are expected to fund the school's expansion, including a P250-million school building in the Fort Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City. The school, which will have an area of 2,700 square meters along the University Parkway, will be completed by June next year, Tanco said.

The lease contract for the new school building was recently awarded to STI by the Bases Conversion Development Authority for its Campus Gateway project.

The eight-story complex will house a modern school, a research and development center and state-of-the-art gymnasium. It is part of STI's P1.5-billion expansion program that also included the recent establishment of the DLS-STI Megaclinic in Megamall, investment in De Los Santos-STI Medical Center and the ongoing expansion of STI campuses through the acquisition of properties in various areas nationwide.

Tanco added that STI was building a 2,000-square-meter campus in Cebu.

He said STI was in a shopping mode for campuses or other schools to expand its course offerings.

Information and Communications Technology Academy, or iAcademy, which is a part of the STI group, recently partnered with PSE to offer to the public a 12-session course starting in October on financial analysis. The course will allow students to acquire more sophisticated skills in participating in the stock market.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Ping on Oct 02, 2007, 07:04 PM
How about the IPO of iRemit, any data on this?  ok kaya ito? :help:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Oct 02, 2007, 07:28 PM
iRemit IPO gets SEC approval

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved the plan by I-Remit Inc. (iRemit), the country's biggest Filipino-owned nonbank remittance company, to raise up to P811.3 million from a maiden debut at the stock market.

iRemit is offering 140.6 million shares, consisting of 107.42 million new shares and up to 33.19 million secondary shares or those held by existing shareholders, documents with the SEC showed.

Selling shareholders are JTKC Equities Inc., Surewell Equities Inc. and JPSA Global Services Co.

The offer price is between P4 and P5.77 a share.

The offer shares will represent 25 percent of the total issued and outstanding capital stock of the company.

The net proceeds from the primary offer, which are estimated to hit between P393.6 million and P575.3 million, will be used to partly finance the company's expansion abroad, cover working capital requirements and partially retire some short-term debts.

The company is looking at Australia, Hong Kong, Austria, the United States, Macau, New Zealand and Italy starting this year until 2012. The company is targeting to spend between P233.3 million and P317.3 million for its expansion.

iRemit plans to list its shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) on Oct. 15, with the offer period tentatively scheduled from Oct. 1 to 8.

"We are all set and looking forward to our upcoming listing this October," said iRemit chair Bansan Choa in a separate statement. "We are hopeful that we can get the approval from the PSE soon as well."

Established in 2001, iRemit has rapidly grown to become the biggest Filipino-owned, independent remittance company in the country. It operates in 23 countries across North America, Europe, Australia, Asia, the Pacific Isles, and the Middle East, with 378 outlets, associates and agents worldwide, and more than 2,000 payout stations throughout the Philippines.

In a span of six years, iRemit had a compounded average annual growth rate of 53 percent in terms of revenue. It is also projecting to achieve record growth this year.

For the first half of 2007, the company posted a consolidated net income of P43.5 million, exceeding its full-year consolidated net income of P42.5 million in 2006. As of June 2007, the company had total assets of P1.16 billion.

iRemit is also a collection partner of the Social Security System, Pag-IBIG and PhilHealth to accept payments from overseas Filipino workers. It is also the biggest nonbank issuer of Visa Debit Card in the Philippines.

First Metro Investment Corp. has been named financial adviser and underwriter for the initial public offering.

- Inquirer (http://business.inquirer.net/money/topstories/view_article.php?article_id=88706)

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No idea kung mababa ba o mataas ng IPO price nila. Pero mukhang maganda ang outlook ng kumpanya dahil pataas pa rin nang pataas ang OFW remittances. Basta lang makasabay sila at nde maunahan ng mga bangko pagdating sa remittances.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TheProfessor on Oct 04, 2007, 04:15 PM
I agree FG. The fundamentals seem good. There is an ever increasing OFW remittances. Western Union is making a killing here. Noticing the WU, Lhullier put up his own. Let's put some here.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: harley on Oct 05, 2007, 11:10 AM
iRemit IPO: Offer price is P4.68 per share.
maximum na puedeng i-reserve sa first metro is 5,000 shares :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Ping on Oct 05, 2007, 12:18 PM
^ over subscribed daw.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cjap10 on Oct 05, 2007, 01:28 PM
shucks naman... kung kelan naman la na ko extra pera saka to dumating... Ipon ako ulet...  :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: chinky on Oct 05, 2007, 01:44 PM
hello guys. pano po ba bumili ng per share sa i remit kasi taga laguna pa po ako. pls help po gusto ko rin po mag invest kahit papano.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TheProfessor on Oct 08, 2007, 08:17 PM
Citiseconline people (Ruth & Isis) are now in Cebu & has a booth in the Katleya room of Cebu City Marriott Hotel to solicit for the coming iRemit IPO. My wife & I were there to pick up some forms & we will be returning tomorrow to submit them together with our investment. We also had a short talk with some guys who were there to make the same intention.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TheProfessor on Oct 11, 2007, 06:00 PM
iRemit IPO 5 times oversubscribed according to Philippine Star business news
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Oct 16, 2007, 06:48 PM
Bagong IPO. Nde lang ako sure kung maganda fundamentals ng Splash, wala naman kasi ako access sa FS nila.

Splash IPO OKd

THE PHILIPPINE Stock Exchange (PSE) has approved the application of personal care products manufacturer Splash Corp. to raise up to P2.5 billion via an initial public offering of up to 223.85 million shares.

The company said the shares to be offered accounted for 30 percent of the company's total issued and outstanding stocks after its listing on the first board of the PSE.

Splash's offer price will be between P8.70 and P11.18 each.

Out of the total public offer, 188.85 million shares will be new shares and 35 million shares will be existing shares to be offered by Splash Holdings Inc., a 100-percent owned investment company of Splash Group founders Rolando Hortaleza and wife Rosalinda Ang-Hortaleza.

Splash earlier secured SEC approval for its IPO.

Splash senior vice president Noel Manucom said the listing would be held in November.

"The IPO will fast-track the company's expansion of product lines as well as its planned brand acquisitions," he said.

SB Capital Investment Corp. and First Metro Investment Corp. have been tapped as the lead underwriters for the planned listing.

Established in 1985, Splash has grown from a P12,000 backyard business into a P4-billion enterprise that has presence in more than 20 countries in Asia, Middle East and North America.

- PDI (http://business.inquirer.net/money/breakingnews/view_article.php?article_id=93902)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cool_78 on Oct 16, 2007, 08:15 PM
Ako hinay hinay na muna sa mga IPO na yan. Kala ko dati sure kita pero ever since the last batch of IPO sa GMA lang ako kumita ng kunti the rest is still selling way below their IPO price.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TheProfessor on Oct 17, 2007, 07:58 AM
iRemit IPO opens today, that's barely an hour from now. Let's see what happens!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Oct 17, 2007, 03:31 PM
I-Remit closed today at P5.50, up 82 centavos or 17.5% from its IPO price of P4.68. 17.5% in 1 day? Swerte nung mga nag-subscribe!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: batot on Oct 17, 2007, 06:39 PM
Pano ba mag invest sa IPO at ilan ang minimum investment para makabili ng share? Nasa province kc ako...

Salamat....
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TheProfessor on Oct 18, 2007, 07:22 AM
So far for the 1st trading day of iRemit, so good. Unfortunately, there was a limit of number of shares sold by citiseconline.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Oct 18, 2007, 10:58 AM

Pano ba mag invest sa IPO at ilan ang minimum investment para makabili ng share? Nasa province kc ako...

Salamat....


During the primary offer stage, you can buy IPO shares via your broker. Visit www.pse.org.ph for the list of authorized brokers that you can contact.

Or you can just wait until the shares are being publicly traded. You can use broker for that one as well or you can trade on your own, via online stock brokers.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: harley on Oct 18, 2007, 12:15 PM
iRemit doing good.  Shall we prepare for Splash?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TheProfessor on Oct 18, 2007, 04:06 PM
Can we also start some inputs on some incoming IPOs; Shell, Cebu Pacific, Splash and another BPO (I just forgot the name for now).
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ffullero on Oct 21, 2007, 04:14 AM
Heads up for SEAOIL;

source business mirror
Oil firm to use share sale 
proceeds for gas stations
 
By Honey M. Reyes
Reporter 
 
SEAOIL Philippines Inc. plans to generate as much as P3 billion from an initial public offering (IPO) slated for the first quarter next year which will be used to fund the establishment of additional gasoline stations.

Although Mark Yu, Seaoil's chief financial officer, refused to disclose the target price and the number of shares to be sold, he said that after the transaction, 20 percent to 30 percent of the company will be owned by the public.

Shares to be sold include new and secondary shares held by existing stockholders, Yu said during a press briefing Thursday. 

Currently, the company manages 154 service stations all over the country and the goal, according to Yu, is to bring the total number of stations to 500 by 2011.

"We currently have a share of one percent in the oil retail industry's annual revenue of about P240 billion. Our expansion will give us then more room for growth," Yu said.

Meanwhile, Seaoil president and chief executive Francis Glenn Yu said that the company is embarking on an IPO to take advantage of the bullish economy and oil-retail sector.

Fresh capital generated will allow Seaoil to serve other markets across the country, he added.

"The market, currently, is underserved with only 3,500-plus stations all over the Philippines. There's definitely a lot of room for expansion," he said.

Seaoil has tapped Joel Valdez and Associates as its financial advisor with SB Capital and Multinational Investment Bancorporation as lead underwriters.

The company is among the independent oil companies that entered the downstream oil industry when it was deregulated in 1998.

Since then, the company was able to establish a steady market share and is now considered as a major revenue earner among the new retail oil entrants.

Seaoil is also building an ethanol plant, which will have a capacity of 100,000 liters a day. The company is funding the project through a combination of cash and financing.

Seaoil has been in the forefront of what could be considered a "green revolution" in the transport industry.

As early as August 2005, all the gasoline it sold were already converted to E10 -- a fuel formulation combined with 10-percent bioethanol, which comes from crops such as sugar cane.

Besides allowing users to enjoy more engine power compared to premium gasoline, the said fuel blend is also richer in oxygen, making it easier to burn with less emission.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: greenh99 on Nov 07, 2007, 10:40 AM
Something to look forward to....

How much kaya aabutin nito?

San Miguel Brewery eyes P25B from IPO

Inquirer
Last updated 03:05am (Mla time) 11/07/2007

MANILA, Philippines--San Miguel Brewery Inc., the domestic beer business unit of the beverage and food conglomerate San Miguel Corp., aims to raise as much as P25.2 billion from an initial public offering (IPO) of stock in the first quarter of next year.

The company, a recent spin-off, plans to will sell 1.548 billion shares at between P9.50 and P16.30 each, according to its registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The offer will consist of 154.88 million new shares and 1.39 billion shares owned by San Miguel Corp.

Total proceeds may amount to P14.7-P25.2 billion, including P1.47-P2.5 billion for San Miguel Brewery.

San Miguel Corp. president Ramon Ang said the parent company would use the proceeds to pare down debt.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: rael on Nov 07, 2007, 02:35 PM
malakas 'to, di naman mauubusan ng lasenggero at happenings sa pinas e. joke lang po :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dadi_drew on Nov 08, 2007, 11:28 AM
i'm waiting for smart telco.. may kukuha ba sa inyo ng splash?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: tubbykat on Nov 09, 2007, 02:30 PM
i got 2000 splash shares from first metro securities, and 2000 from citiseconline. accdcg to firstmetro, the fact that they accepted my forms mean that it's a sure ball already that i'll get shares. for citisec, well, i have to check my portfolio upon list date on nov15.

i also got 1000 tkc steel shares from citisec. nov21 pa yung list date, so let's see if i get any shares at all ;)

i think pepsi's coming up also, though i don't know when. then the guranggo ipo also, pero i don't really know who he is.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dadi_drew on Nov 09, 2007, 03:40 PM
gud luck on your ipo picks tubby.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: arnoldbf on Nov 15, 2007, 02:22 PM
Hi everybody. Im a newbie here. I read in a newspaper about this IPO thing that's why I surfed the net and here I am posting now.  What I read about is the coming IPO for PSBank, TKC steel and Petrolift.  Is it much more profitable to purchase stock on the actual listing date of a corporation than on their IPO day?  Because based on what i read on this blog, IPO starting values tend to go down more than they go up.

And do you have prefered brokers that are not bias, so small newbies in stock trading can have a fair chance of getting shares?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dadi_drew on Nov 15, 2007, 04:04 PM
imo, if an IPO is over subscribed.. then malamang tataas pa sya after IPO launch. mukhang lukewarm ang splash kaya medyo di maganda sa opening.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: tubbykat on Nov 23, 2007, 01:45 PM
dadi_drew: yeah, sinabi mo pa. super wrong move ata yung splash IPO buy ko. but i plan to hold on to it for 6months to a year, coz if i sell it now, super talo ako.

i got TKC IPO shares also. close on list date was 10pesos, and IPO price was 9.68. higher than IPO price but huge drop from last share price (14pesos) before trading was suspended in preparation for the IPO.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nauhe on Nov 26, 2007, 11:14 AM
Any updates on ETEL?  AFAIK they would be having an IPO @ 400/share, any latest developments on this?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cjap10 on Nov 26, 2007, 11:21 AM
400/share?! antaas agad ng value ah...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nauhe on Nov 26, 2007, 11:48 AM
here's only what I've got from Philstock's report

Par value - P2.00 per share
Offer price - P400.00 per share (Based on the closing price of ETEL's American
Depositary Shares at the NASDAQ on the trading day immediately preceding the PSE Listing Date.)
No. of shares - 28,907,038 common

I'm still looking for other info, baka kau meron din pa share nalang din po :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ffullero on Dec 04, 2007, 10:20 PM
shucks grabe naman splash

6.80 na lang ngayon, listing price is aroung 8.++ sumthing no?

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: magna on Dec 10, 2007, 11:01 AM
Hi Im newbie. What coming IPOs for 2008 would you recommend? thanx
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: geegee on Dec 18, 2007, 12:21 AM
Newbie here too.....

magna, I think that Shell may opt for an IPO next year.
I could not really recommend it at this point because
no one knows yet the details of their IPO (price,
etc. etc. etc.).

Seaoil is also planning.

Industry wise, the petroleum industry is not so
hot. Just look at Petron IPO.

2008 may not be such a hot year for IPO what with
the current global uncertainties caused by the
depressed U.S. real estate market which is pulling
down our stock market.

I'd rather invest my funds in existing stocks (play
the market) rather than bet on IPOs.


Posted on: Dec 18, 2007, 12:14 AM
I got tempted by SPLASH.....well almost then
common sense prevailed. It was overpriced
and its such a small company. Not a good
combination.
Posted on: Dec 18, 2007, 12:16 AM
Last IPO I got was for PNOC EDC at 3.20 (ipo price). Went
up to 7 plus a few weeks back but I did not sell. I figure
with the full privatization in place (assuming the joint
power commision doesnt derail it), the company will perform
even better. The reason is simple: government run companies
suck. privately run companies perform much better.

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: foolcha on Dec 18, 2007, 12:42 PM
It doesn't really matter which industry is hot if your investing in IPO it's a 50/50 chance pag IPO kasi it's more of a marketing that really matters in IPO hinde naman kung maganda or panget hirap malaman yun if your a small player.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: geegee on Dec 18, 2007, 02:14 PM
foolcha.....

I disagree. Choosing the right industry is as important as choosing the right company to invest your
stock market money. Case in point is the food and beverage industry. Why is it lagging compared to the property
and mining sectors? Because it is not a hot industry to be in. Who wants to buy SMC or RFC right now?
No one.

We all know that mining and property are hot right now so it follows that IPOs within that sector
would have an even greater chances of success than those belonging to other sectors. In addition,
its more than marketing that will ensure its success.  From experience, it is going to be successful when
 there is a confluence of the following events: positive general sentiment on the market, oversubscription
(by both local and foreign investors), below market P.E. as reflected by the IPO price, strong revenue prospects,
a good track record of profitability for the company and the industry it belongs to, market liquidity and timing of the IPO.
Of course BUZZ (or marketing) is also a positive contributory factor.


I do agree that it is hard for small investors to make a more informed decision because of lack
of access to financial information that the big investors/brokers have.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: pat on Jan 13, 2008, 12:32 AM
What do you think of Pepsi and Cebu Pacific's nearing IPO?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Apr 22, 2008, 04:30 AM
Specific discussion about San Miguel Brewery (SMB)'s IPO moved HERE (http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=12226.0).

Going back to the topic, sinu-sino pa bang kumpanya ang malapit nang mag-IPO?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: quantumrock on Apr 22, 2008, 09:35 AM
San Miguel Brewery, Viva Communications, Cebu Pacific, Petrolift

http://www.pse.com.ph/html/IPO/ipoSummary.jsp
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: JunD on Jun 16, 2008, 12:09 PM

SULTAN MINING AND ENERGY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION IPO

Any Thoughts?????
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: knn328 on Jun 18, 2008, 02:09 AM
they are coal producers, sounds good.

But do your homework :D

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: aries on Sep 20, 2008, 05:16 AM
 :D hello po newbe po ako dito. tanong ko lang po kung meron din kau nakukuha na devidend sa mga stocks nyo na nbili? im also planing kasi na bumili ng stocks. thanks
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ece_trader on Sep 21, 2008, 11:14 PM
Aries,

Yeah, may dividends..pero most of the time yung mga BlueChips ang nagbibigay ng dividends..but there are also cases na pati small companies would give such.  Usually kapag profitable yung company for the past quarter or year magbibigay sila ng dividends.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Jun 24, 2009, 01:15 PM
don't buy shares because of dividends.  Buy the shares because you pretty well understood the fundamentals.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: thriftyPinoy on Dec 03, 2009, 05:02 PM
yes, dividends maybe misleading. always go back to the basics--you are purchasing a share in business, and the long-term, business-perspective of owning a business is growing it in value (regardless what the stock market thinks which is most of the time exaggerated). Dividends may satisfy an immediate personal urge for cash, but it didn't come from nothing--it also came from the business you own in the first place. Further, aside from being penalized of the 10% withheld tax, receiving dividends gives you again the headache of where to allocate that cash (that is, if you intend to still further compound the money). Had the company been capable of compounding it at a good rate, you would've been better off had the cash been just retained. Needless to say, you buy a business because of its fundamental money-making engine that's making you richer.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: escapingcorporatelife on Oct 08, 2010, 12:33 PM
"Cebu Pacific IPO Priced at P125 Per Share" http://business.inquirer.net/money/breakingnews/view/20101008-296652/Cebu-Pacific-IPO-priced-at-P125-per-share

What do you think?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TSO on Oct 08, 2010, 01:01 PM
^ Post it in the CEB IPO thread, dude.

Bauer and I both think it's terribly overvalued.

Technicians and day traders are going to have one hell of a time though.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mildman1987 on Jan 08, 2011, 07:35 PM
NIKL is picking up .... after IPO I bought more when it hit 17. Now its 18 going hing higher.  I heard it will breach the 22 mark.  I sure hope so!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Ping on Feb 16, 2011, 07:34 PM
^ Post it in the CEB IPO thread, dude.

Bauer and I both think it's terribly overvalued.

Technicians and day traders are going to have one hell of a time though.



May pag-asa pa ba itong makabawi at bumalik sa IPO price kaya?

 :bahalaka:

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Feb 16, 2011, 09:13 PM
pwede naman.

pwedeng mag 50 at magtagal ng 5 taon dun.. pwede rin mag 150 pero after 5 years pa.  lahat naman pwede....sa stock market kaya nga kailangan pag aralan mabuti bago bumili.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ianb on May 14, 2011, 07:05 PM
how do you participate in a IPO? where can you get info about them? I'm not sure if only pse announces them or not. if not, what makes pse announce IPOs of only some. what if you trade using online platforms, would you be able to participate in them still?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: threadstone on Sep 14, 2012, 01:08 PM
Meron po bang mga companies listed for IPOs... Ang nakita ko pa lang is Coal Asia which is listed for IPO at the end of this year.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Sep 14, 2012, 01:15 PM
D&L IPO set to raise P6.3 billion

Quote
D&L INDUSTRIES Inc., a producer of food ingredients, plastic colorants and additives, is raising up to P6.3 billion from an initial public offering (IPO) scheduled in the fourth quarter, a statement on Thursday showed. 

http://businessmirror.com.ph/home/companies/32746-dal-ipo-set-to-raise-p63-billion (http://businessmirror.com.ph/home/companies/32746-dal-ipo-set-to-raise-p63-billion)

Post Merge: Sep 14, 2012, 01:17 PM
SkyCable plans IPO for expansion

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?publicationSubCategoryId=66&articleId=831187 (http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?publicationSubCategoryId=66&articleId=831187)

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Zest Air readies flights to Australia and NZ, as it gears up for IPO

http://www.interaksyon.com/business/38713/zest-air-readies-flights-to-australia-and-nz-as-it-gears-up-for-ipo (http://www.interaksyon.com/business/38713/zest-air-readies-flights-to-australia-and-nz-as-it-gears-up-for-ipo)

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Frontier Oil eyes $50M from IPO

http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=821238 (http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=821238)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: prnd32 on Sep 14, 2012, 01:22 PM
Yao's Phil Business Bank....  Coal Asia eyes Oct 23 as listing date
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: threadstone on Sep 14, 2012, 09:25 PM
once mag start n yung IPO, how can we avail of it, aside from utilizing a broker.. pwede po ba yun online like sa COL financial.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Sep 15, 2012, 12:27 PM
yap pwede po....

but....

kapag masyadong matunog yung IPO and daming nag subscribed,magiging bunutan nalang ang mabibigyan and usually katiting lang mbibigay sau...

like last time,nag subscribed ako sa EW..nabigyan lng ako ng 200 shares..binenta ko ng umangat ng piso..ayun,gain ako ng 200  :laugh:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: finance123 on Sep 15, 2012, 10:04 PM
I'm still holding on my EW shares. I think I will be holding it up until 2015.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: prnd32 on Sep 16, 2012, 06:55 PM
I'm still holding on my EW shares. I think I will be holding it up until 2015.

a curious question, what's special about 2015?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Archcavalier on Sep 22, 2012, 08:34 PM
2015? Investor swinger party... you want to join?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: BatmanBeyond on Sep 26, 2012, 08:41 AM
Mga ka-PMT, ano po sa tingin nyo ang COAL IPO considering at P1/sh? TIA po.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Sep 27, 2012, 01:56 PM
COAL IPO,

1. walang track record
2. unknown management credentials
3. highly speculative
4. check niyo muna business address at puntahan niyo, tingnan niyo ang dami ng staff at observe their operation.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: BatmanBeyond on Sep 27, 2012, 02:21 PM
Tama po kayo Bro! Tapos, they are just incorporated last June.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Ping on Sep 27, 2012, 07:55 PM
Di ba dapat before one company can be listed, may track record na business nila?


 :help:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ferrariEverest on Sep 28, 2012, 07:49 AM
^ ideally oo dapat :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: FutureGizmo on Sep 28, 2012, 08:04 AM
From the PMT Blog (Details of Coal Asia IPO (http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/coal-asia-ipo/)):

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Coal Asia incorporated only a few months ago, in June 2012, to become a holding company engaged in the business of investing in coal and energy related businesses. The company plans to become a crucial source of fuel for coal projects expected to produce power in the country.

It is the parent company and 100% owner of Titan Mining and Energy Corporation (TMEC), a company incorporated in November 2008 which owns coal operating contracts in Davao Oriental and Zamboanga-Sibugay.

I think they priced the stock at P1 per share to make it appear cheap but take note that stock prices can trade at even less than a cent. I'd still consider this a speculative stock. Not sure if the valuations about their resources are correct.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Sep 29, 2012, 07:36 PM
^ Ask niyo PSE itself. Kasi sa webiste nilang lumang nakalagay ang mga requirements if a company wanted to be listed.  Tingin ko mahigpit dati, ngayon.............

walang maaasahan talagang proteksiyon ang philippine investors kung hindi ang sarili lamang niya.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nanashi on Sep 29, 2012, 07:57 PM
Everything has a risk as they says - No Risk, No Reward. You are given information in the company's prospectus, the rules has been set and been made aware of the risk may involve. The great thing is no one forcing you to buy the IPO shares and as spectators your are given liberty to spread fears or hype to other spectators and interested investors. I don't know how much of this can get even better?? A Liberty to choose
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Sep 29, 2012, 08:15 PM
declaration of risk in a company prospectus is not a license to fool the public.

if liberty and freedom is invoke, what the hell do we need a government regulator for?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nanashi on Sep 29, 2012, 09:05 PM
^It sounds that you lack confidence on the government regulators, you are right since we are prone to errors as humans and I don't know what type of regulation you are still find lacking? No one in their right mind would stripped their selves naked otherwise you stripped yourselves first or all of us should. This is getting out of topic but I leave you a quote.

Quote
“If men were angels, no government would be necessary.” – James Madison

IPO is for capital raising and a means to build a business and no amount of regulations would ensure a business success. Time proven. I'm quite intrigue on your statement that COAL (in this case) might or is fooling the public, then you must known the truth - can you share it perhaps to the public??
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Senyor on Oct 04, 2012, 11:50 PM
Pwede to. Patigasan na lang ng sikmura.
Downside na can go less than 1 centavo

Upside di ko pa makita.

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: brians on Oct 17, 2012, 07:08 AM
FG, i am very new to the stocks. where do you check the financial stats of a certain company? and is there some way we would know how much they would be selling its initial price?



salamat po...


Try citiseconline.com create ka acct for trial
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Oct 17, 2012, 12:44 PM
^It sounds that you lack confidence on the government regulators, you are right since we are prone to errors as humans and I don't know what type of regulation you are still find lacking? No one in their right mind would stripped their selves naked otherwise you stripped yourselves first or all of us should. This is getting out of topic but I leave you a quote.
 

You may have misinterpreted my response to your earlier post.  We precisely need government regulators because MEN, by nature, are not 'angels'. (btw, your quote is good).

There are no problem with the regulations, my serious concern is the PROPER ENFORCEMENT of the regulations so that MARKET ABUSE is minimize or contained.

I agree with capital raising as a means to expand the business via equity build up.  BUT, our own PSE has a rule --- first, you must be in operation for at least a number of years and so on prior to IPO.  My concern is, in order to make an IPO listing, the company SHOULD COMPLY with the existing rules and if the PSE ignores it, our own SEC (the government) should ENFORCE it.

My premise is simple, all of us must follow the rules that we set ourselves.  

Bandits has no rules.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: zimahtar on Oct 17, 2012, 08:37 PM
Mga bosing, what do you think about the YEHEY listing.... is this stock a good buy? Thanks in advance.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: brians on Oct 19, 2012, 08:28 AM
@zimahtar magkanu offer ni yehey???
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: brians on Oct 22, 2012, 01:55 PM
Mga bosing, what do you think about the YEHEY listing.... is this stock a good buy? Thanks in advance.

from 1 pesos naging 2.70 ilan araw lang

Post Merge: Oct 22, 2012, 02:02 PM
bukas coal asia start at p1.00 per share
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 13, 2012, 07:40 PM
Market Rider: Lesson from this year’s offerings

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I can’t believe that we may have the most number of public offerings and listings this year. As of my last count, we already had seven up to last October. These were GT Capital Holdings Inc. (GTCAP), East West Banking Corp. (EW), Rockwell Land Corp. (ROCK), First Gen Corp. (FGEN), Calata Corp. (CAL), Yehey! Corp. (YEHEY) and Coal Asia Holdings Inc. (COAL).

This will increase to nine as two more public offerings are scheduled to take place between now and toward the end of the year. One is already creating a lot of stir in the market.

read more  (http://business.inquirer.net/92676/market-rider-lesson-from-this-years-offerings)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: daphne on Nov 13, 2012, 11:11 PM
Market Rider: Lesson from this year’s offerings

read more  (http://business.inquirer.net/92676/market-rider-lesson-from-this-years-offerings)


sir miko, sino ung mga white ninja?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Senyor on Nov 14, 2012, 03:32 AM
ive been accumulating COAT a company of D&L

PBB Zesto looks ok but with Zest Air troubled cashflow they need  to resched and fix everything.

TP at any IPO opening 8-14% anything more than that is greed and hope.

Backdoors falovor of he Month are VUL EUROMED and MIH  EURO looks legit the rest im not sure.
When the relative hits that peak GET OUT QUICK

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: harimon21 on Nov 27, 2012, 06:08 PM
what do you think of D&L IPO po?

Offering at P4.30 pesos per share, "Stock brokerage DA Market Securities estimated that this offer price translated to a price to earnings ratio of 13  to 14 times the prospective earnings for 2012"

source: http://business.inquirer.net/95197/food-and-plastic-company-could-raise-up-to-p4-6b-in-ipo
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: BatmanBeyond on Nov 29, 2012, 02:53 PM
Any additional insights about the D&L IPO? Got a few shares from COL.

I got a few shares from COAL as well last month and luckily got yummy gains.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 29, 2012, 03:25 PM
baka makatulong...

from damarket securities

http://itrade.ph/pdf/CR/D&L%20IPO%20Prospectus%20Highlights.pdf (http://itrade.ph/pdf/CR/D&L%20IPO%20Prospectus%20Highlights.pdf)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Nov 29, 2012, 04:37 PM
Di pa ako nakakasali sa kahit anong IPO...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: freefront on Nov 29, 2012, 04:47 PM
baka makatulong...

from damarket securities

http://itrade.ph/pdf/CR/D&L%20IPO%20Prospectus%20Highlights.pdf (http://itrade.ph/pdf/CR/D&L%20IPO%20Prospectus%20Highlights.pdf)

waiting for you know what  :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 29, 2012, 04:49 PM
Di pa ako nakakasali sa kahit anong IPO...


wawa... :p

waiting for you know what  :hihi:

what?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: freefront on Nov 29, 2012, 04:49 PM
'splanation?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 29, 2012, 04:54 PM
 :laugh:

I was thinking of something else....

nasan na ba sila  :think:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: BatmanBeyond on Nov 29, 2012, 04:58 PM
baka makatulong...

from damarket securities

http://itrade.ph/pdf/CR/D&L%20IPO%20Prospectus%20Highlights.pdf (http://itrade.ph/pdf/CR/D&L%20IPO%20Prospectus%20Highlights.pdf)
Thanks Bro Miks! Kumuha ka rin ba?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 29, 2012, 05:07 PM
nope nope...

nakatali na funds ko e...nakaposisyon na sa iba...

at ayoko ng umasa, bka 1k lang ulit ibigay sakin... :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Nov 29, 2012, 06:09 PM
wawa... :p
certified IPO virgin.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on Nov 29, 2012, 07:17 PM
hoping na meron maibigay ang BPITrade...  :coffee:

more that a board lot....  :winner:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Jan 19, 2013, 05:39 PM
Philippine Business Bank eyes wider network as it sets IPO

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YAO-LED Philippine Business Bank targets to have 100 branches by yearend as it further strengthens its services to small- and medium-scale enterprises, its top official said.
  "There are plans to put up 22 more branches to have 100 branches by the end of the year," PBB President and Chief Executive Officer Rolando R. Avante briefed potential investors in the bank on Friday.

PBB is launching an initial public offering (IPO) in February, as it seeks to become a major player in the highly competitive local banking sector.

"Our expansion will continue until we feel we have saturated the SME industry," Mr. Avante said.

PBB has 79 branches nationwide at present. Most of these are located in areas with a high concentration of small and medium businesses such as Caloocan, Malabon, Navotas, Valenzuela and Quezon cities as well as in highly-urbanized cities outside Metro Manila such as Cebu, Davao and Bacolod.

PBB Chairman Emeritus Alfredo M. Yao, at the same briefing, pointed out: "The SME segment is the backbone of the Philippine economy and Filipino entrepreneurs must access capital to grow their businesses. This is the opportunity we saw when we started PBB 15 years ago and this opportunity exists today and in the future."

As of end-September, PBB booked a net income of P624.10 million, up by around 14% from P549.72 million in the same period in 2011.

SMEs account for 63% of the bank’s total loan portfolio, with corporates taking up the balance.

PBB will offer 101.33 million common shares to the public for as much as P41.94 apiece. Offer period will start on Feb. 6 and will run until Feb. 12.

The final price of the shares will be determined on Feb. 4.

The bank targets to list on the exchange under the ticker "PBB" on Feb. 19.

Interested investors must purchase at least 500 shares, which may be increased by increments of 100 shares, thereafter.

After the IPO, the bank will have an estimated public float level of 30%, higher than the Philippine Stock Exchange’s (PSE) 10% minimum requirement.

Mr. Yao and the beverage firm he founded, Zest-O Corp., will remain as the bank’s majority shareholders, respectively owning 37% and 25% of PBB after the IPO.

The PSE approved the bank’s IPO on Jan. 8. The Securities and Exchange Commission gave its go-ahead on Nov. 8.

Proceeds of the IPO will be used to bankroll PBB’s branch network expansion, acquire new branch licenses, improve its information technology infrastructure system and expand its loan and investment portfolios.

First Metro Investment Corp. and SB Capital Investment Corp. are the joint lead underwriters while Asian Alliance Investment Corp. is the financial advisor and issue manager. -- A. R. R. Gregorio

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Finance&title=Philippine-Business-Bank-eyes-wider-network-as-it-sets-IPO&id=64522 (http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=Finance&title=Philippine-Business-Bank-eyes-wider-network-as-it-sets-IPO&id=64522)


Prospectus:

http://www.pbb.com.ph/images/PBB%20Prospectus%20as%20of%2014%20Jan%2013.pdf (http://www.pbb.com.ph/images/PBB%20Prospectus%20as%20of%2014%20Jan%2013.pdf)

^volunteer ng magbabasa at mag iinterpret  :think:


Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bilagan2004 on Jan 19, 2013, 10:08 PM
Kelan kaya nila e2 i-aannounce? I checked BPI Trade's announcement, wala pang news about this IPO.. 
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: denshow10 on Jan 31, 2013, 03:20 AM
Ano inputs nyo dito sa PBB.? Never been participated in any IPO and First Metro is accepting indication of interests. PBB looks promising.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: intsik51 on Jan 31, 2013, 04:26 PM
Any update on PPB IPO guys....??????
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: george88 on Jan 31, 2013, 04:46 PM
Kelan ba ang launching ng Pinoy Big Brother haha
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: intsik51 on Jan 31, 2013, 06:33 PM
 :watchuthink: sir jeorge wala na sa air ng TFC kasi hindi na na renew yung contrata......for the info of all fans of PBB..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: george88 on Jan 31, 2013, 06:45 PM
hindi ako fans nun naririnig ko lang mainit kasi ang topic ng PBB ipo eh haha napapatunog alam mo na yung mga manipulator makikiride tapos iiwan sa ere after haha
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: kulatir on Feb 01, 2013, 02:27 AM
wag sana matulad sa CALATA  tong PBB,
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: finance123 on Feb 02, 2013, 12:44 AM
Few minutes ago, I found out that Philippine Business Bank had lowered its IPO price to 31.50 from the previously quoted 41.95 pesos per share.

Here's my analysis:

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Offer Price: Php 31.50
Total Number of Shares Offered: 101,333,400
Total Amount to be Raised: 3,192,002,100 (Gross)

Total Number of Shares after the IPO: 343,333,400 X 31.50 = 10.815 Billion in Market CAP
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

My Estimate for Book Value after IPO is 8,426,130,000 (excluding performance in 4th quarter 2012). In other words, PBV is at 1.28x


PHILIPPINE BUSINESS BANK is a bank with focus on SME as opposed to EastWest which is
more focused on consumer lending.

17.66 billion loan portfolio
 
SME       58.52%
Corporate    37.20%
Consumer     4.28%

80% of its loans is due within 1 year.

**No significant exposure in foreign exchange.

*** A significant amount of DOSRI loan 738.05 million but these are performing loans.

***Bank NPL to loan portfolio is above 3%
***NON Performing assets 1240.68 billion  or 4.18% of total assets.

Gross Loans* to Total Deposits 76.78%

40% of the asset is liquid

*****************************************************************************************************************************************************

1. EW prospectus provide more details about the risk involved in investing EW stocks as compared to PBB.
2. EW is into consumer banking while PBB is into SME banking.
3. PBB loan portofolio is short-term in nature 80%and majority of it is funded by time deposit.
4. EW has a better marketing strategy than PBB. At least EW hired Angel Locsin and Derek Ramsay for their auto and housing loans.
5. EW is more aggressive in its branch expansion than PBB.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on Feb 04, 2013, 01:45 AM
PBB: nakakulong ang participant sa house ni 'Kuya'.
Sana hindi makulong ang investor kay PBB.
 :watchuthink: the door is open....
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: chiz_wiz on Feb 05, 2013, 10:38 PM
so is it good to buy PBB when it opens to the public?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: knigh on Feb 20, 2013, 12:44 PM
news - "Yao said he is looking to take another one of his companies, RC Cola, public soon"
Source : http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/video/business/02/20/13/zest-o-group-eyes-list-rc-cola-next
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Feb 27, 2013, 06:59 PM
AUB draws up plans for initial public offering

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Asia United Bank is going to be the next banking establishment to debut on the Philippine Stock Exchange, having drawn up plans for an initial public offering (IPO) worth around $150 million by May this year.

AUB has mandated foreign banks UBS and Credit Suisse to arrange the maiden equity offering and is set to file within the next few days an application to register new securities at the Securities and Exchange Commission, banking sources privy to the offering told the Inquirer.

The 15-year-old medium-sized commercial bank plans to sell primary common shares to raise fresh funds as part of its bid to become a significant player in the Philippines.

Proceeds will beef up its capital ahead of the more stringent capital adequacy requirements under Basel 3, as well as fund an aggressive network expansion over the next three years.

AUB ended 2012 with 107 branches. It plans to double this distribution channel by 2015.

It plans to put up at least 45 more branches this year, 21 of which will be in the so-called restricted areas, including parts of Metro Manila.

The IPO size of around $150 million, which the bank plans to sell mostly to foreign investors, will bring to public hands at least 30 percent of post-IPO capital.

AUB is owned by a diverse group of Asian investors engaged in property development, manufacturing, and other equity ventures.

Republic Biscuit Corp. (Rebisco), the Philippines’ leading manufacturer, distributor, and exporter of snack food products for the past 49 years, is the biggest shareholder of the bank.

The bank plans to sell the bulk of its IPO shares to offshore investors to elevate its brand to a broader market, the sources said.

Industry sources said AUB had also filed an application at the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas last November to upgrade its license from regular commercial banking to universal banking. A unibank license will give the bank the authority to expand its businesses to non-allied undertakings but also requires a minimum public ownership of 10 percent, which the planned IPO will address.

In the last three years, AUB has also grown through acquisition. It bought the Rural Bank of Angeles, boosting its presence outside Metro Manila; Asiatrust Development Bank; and Cooperative Bank of Cavite. Part of the strategy is to aggressively build up its war chest to fund more acquisitions and widen its footprint nationwide.

Industry sources said Asia United Bank felt it had a good story to tell, and that it is a good time to tap the equities market given the robust performance of the Philippine stock market.

A strong demand for Philippine banking stocks—as proven by the good performance of the last two banks that debuted on the PSE—is seen to be supported by a generally upbeat view on the Philippine banking industry and the regulatory environment.

In the first nine months of 2012, AUB grew its net profit by 47.55 percent year-on-year to P1.04 billion, on track with its full-year bottomline target of P1.6 billion.

Total assets rose by 37 percent year-on-year to P62 billion. Return-on-equity ratio also went up to 14 percent from the 13.8 percent reported the same period last year. AUB now ranks among the most profitable commercial banks in the country.

Late last year, AUB rolled out an interactive mobile banking platform that offers what bank officials tout as “the most comprehensive” mobile tools made available by Philippine banks to date.

Beyond the standard features of allowing users to check account balances and view their transaction history, AUB’s mobile app brings unique offerings such as viewing the image of checks issued and monthly statements that can also be downloaded from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet devices, top bank officials announced in a recent briefing.

Another “first” in local mobile app is the branch locator that enables the user to locate and call the nearest AUB branches with just a click. This feature is also available to AUB’s clients abroad who can locate and contact the bank’s foreign partners for remittance services.

The mobile app also seeks to bring AUB closer to its customers through the notification and messaging feature. Using iPhone’s push notification and alert feature, mobile app users can send and receive important messages from AUB and its branches.


http://business.inquirer.net/109671/aub-draws-up-plans-for-initial-public-offering (http://business.inquirer.net/109671/aub-draws-up-plans-for-initial-public-offering)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bilagan2004 on Feb 27, 2013, 07:05 PM
AUB -- Are they ironing the one currency plan of ASEAN? What you think guys? Tyak, oversubscribed na nman yn at phrapan na nmang makakuha ng shares sa mga brokers naten... :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: randybundz on Feb 28, 2013, 12:01 AM
kapag po ba IPO can u buy na po sa online broker like BPITRADE? when po kaya tayo pedeng bumili for AUB kc parang maganda future neto eh parang PBB lang.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Feb 28, 2013, 07:59 AM
yes po..

pero usually sa mga online brokers, either bigyan ka ng kapiranggot,or walang wala... :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: angeljme on Feb 28, 2013, 09:51 AM
kapag po ba IPO can u buy na po sa online broker like BPITRADE? when po kaya tayo pedeng bumili for AUB kc parang maganda future neto eh parang PBB lang.

makikita mo sa broker mo na mag-offer sila ng reservation slot.  pwede ka magpa-reserve kung ilan ang balak mong bilhin. dito napasok ang sinasabi ni mikoangelo na kapiranggot lang kasi hindi lang naman ikaw ang magpapa-reserve.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: intsik51 on Feb 28, 2013, 12:38 PM
correct si sir miko at angeljme like what happend to PBB oversubribe wala akong nabili kahit kapiranggot na share. Let wait and see if there will be an IPO notice in our broker.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on Mar 03, 2013, 09:00 PM
kapag po ba IPO can u buy na po sa online broker like BPITRADE? when po kaya tayo pedeng bumili for AUB kc parang maganda future neto eh parang PBB lang.

regarding BPITrade subscription ng IPO, sa new system nila ay wala pa option to reserve IPO.

kung meron ka BPITrade account, yung old process ay nagpapadala sila ng form to fill-up tapos ipapadala mo sa kanila; dapat meron fund yung account mo sa debit date na nakalagay sa notification.

observation ko lang sa mga brokers at sa nababasa ko na experience ng mga tiga-PMT tungkol sa subscription ng IPO; usually, yung madaming client na broker ay palaging over-subscribe sa broker's allocation pa lang.

i.e. comparing COL at BPITrade, since mas madaming client ang COL, yung chance na makakuha ka ng share ay mas mababa kumpara sa client ng BPITrade.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: chiz_wiz on Mar 03, 2013, 11:30 PM
ano ba bali-balitang magandang IPO ngaun?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GoodSteward on Mar 04, 2013, 07:58 AM
http://www.philstar.com/business/2013/03/04/915436/aub-gets-unibank-license

Abang abang nalang yun mga interested with  AUB IPO....

"....“The universal banking license will allow us greater flexibilities to expand further our consumer lending and banking services, and engage in investment banking activities. It is also in line with the public offering of at least 10 percent of AUB stake to the public in compliance with the BSP’s requirement for unibanks,” said Co.......
......AUB has registered 342.857 million shares in the local bourse as part of its requirements in getting its unibank license.
Of the total listed shares, 102.857 million shares would be subject to an initial public offering IP at a maximum price of P110 each......"
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Mar 17, 2013, 03:28 PM
Boracay resort operator files for IPO (http://interaksyon.com/business/57211/boracay-resort-operator-files-for-ipo)

MANILA - The operator of Discovery Shores Boracay plans to raise P1.004 billion from an initial public offering (IPO).

In its registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Discovery World Corp said it will sell 306 million common shares, representing 40.05 percent of its issued and outstanding common shares after the offer, at P3.28 per share.

Net proceeds of P955.19 million from the offer will bankroll investments in new businesses, expansion of current business, debt retirement and working capital purposes.

Abacus Capital & Investment Corp was tapped as the issue manager and underwriter of the offering.

Discovery World operates Discovery Shores Boracay, a resort hotel located in the island of Boracay, Aklan. The company has a management agreement with The Discovery Leisure Co Inc (TDLCI) for the operation of the resort.

Prior to the share sale, JTKC Equities owns 66.07 percent of Discovery World while TDLCI the remaining 33.93 percent.

Last year, Discovery World booked a net profit of P21.38 million, down 66 percent from P62.64 million in 2011 on higher cost of sales and operating expenses. Revenues increased by 5 percent to P366 million from P347.78 million in 2011.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on Mar 19, 2013, 05:23 PM
MINING
_________
http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/business/companies/10784-indophil-still-studying-ipo-plan (http://businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/business/companies/10784-indophil-still-studying-ipo-plan)

Indophil still studying IPO plan
     Details Category: Companies    Published on Monday, 18 March 2013 19:20    Written by Miguel R. Camus / Reporter
AUSTRALIAN mining company Indophil Resources NL, owner of 37.5 percent of the massive-but-undeveloped Tampakan gold-copper project in Mindanao, continues to study a potential introductory listing on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) after plans fell through in 2012, an official said.

Gavan Collery, Indophil vice president for corporate affairs, declined to comment on a specific timetable for the listing but he noted that progress toward this end could be made within the year.

Indophil, which is already listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, announced plans to list on the PSE in 2011. However, the plan was overtaken by several events in 2012, including difficulties experienced by Tampakan operator Sagittarius Mines Inc. to obtain the necessary environmental permit as well as declining commodity prices.

“Once we have completed our own due diligence which includes preparation of various PSE-required documents and information, it is Indophil’s intention to seek PSE listing,” Collery said in an e-mailed response to the BusinessMirror on Monday.

“We would expect to progress that action during the course of this calendar year. The timing of an outcome would be subject to PSE acceptance of our listing request, once lodged,” he added.

A listing by way of introduction differs from an initial public offering as funds are not immediately raised. By using this route, a firm can have its shares traded on the exchange, giving it much-needed exposure, without the risks associated with equity capital raising.

Collery added that the company continues to have sufficient funding to meet its “scheduled obligations” to develop the Tampakan project. It is estimated to have 15 million tons of copper and almost 18 million ounces of gold, potentially making it the largest mine in the country and fifth-largest copper mine worldwide.

“On the current schedule, that commitment comes in the form of a Declaration of Mining Feasibility involving all the project partners including the Philippine government, and that DMF is slated for some time in 2014,” Collery said.

“If approved, construction is slated to start in 2015 and first production in 2019,” he said.

The much-delayed environmental compliance certificate for the Tampakan project was signed in February  although this will only be granted to Sagittarius Mines upon the latter’s compliance with certain conditions, reports showed.

Nonetheless, outstanding issues remain mainly an open-pit mining ban in South Cotabato, where part of the Tampakan project is situated. Investors are also waiting to see how the government can resolve confusing and overlapping local government and national ordinances affecting the project.

Indohpil’s single-largest shareholder group is the Alcantara-led Alsons Group, which owns close to 20 percent, followed by Xstrata Queensland Ltd., which holds 13.06 percent, data provided by Indophil showed. Smaller Philippine-based shareholders are Manuel V. Pangilinan-led Philex Mining Corp. (with 2.4- percent equity interest) and San Miguel Corp. (with 4 percent).

Indophil, which has a market value of about A$420 million, holds its Tampakan interest through a 37.5-percent interest in Sagittarius Mines; the remaining 62.5 percent is held by another mining powerhouse Xstrata Plc.
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hmmmm.. mukhang masaya ang mining :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 23, 2013, 08:16 AM
Regulator okays AUB listing plan

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ASIA UNITED BANK, the banking arm of the Rebisco Group, yesterday secured Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approval for a May initial public offering (IPO).

http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=TopStory&title=Regulator-okays-AUB-listing-plan&id=69095 (http://www.bworldonline.com/content.php?section=TopStory&title=Regulator-okays-AUB-listing-plan&id=69095)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: singkit_1588 on Apr 23, 2013, 10:23 AM
IPO from banking sector..
should check this one.hehe
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Amy611 on Apr 23, 2013, 03:05 PM
Tsk, oo nga. Di ko alam sakto at what price we bought. Nasa ermat ko e. Pero alam ko nga bumagsak.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: intsik51 on Apr 23, 2013, 03:15 PM
 :hihi: Let's hope that it will not be oversubcribed when it set his debut at PSE...stanby lang and observe....
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 27, 2013, 05:23 PM
Del Monte eyes PSE listing to raise funds

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Del Monte Pacific Ltd., a fruit producer listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, is seeking secondary listing with the Philippine Stock Exchange, to widen investor base and raise additional funds to finance future expansion.

http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/04/26/del-monte-eyes-pse-listing-to-raise-funds/ (http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/04/26/del-monte-eyes-pse-listing-to-raise-funds/)

^ my idea kayo kung anong listed company pwdeng iconnect sa del monte??  :think:

ang sasagot pogi... ;)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: skengel on Apr 27, 2013, 05:40 PM
parang Agrinurture yata?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on May 28, 2013, 07:03 PM
Del Monte plans to list shares on PSE

MANILA, Philippines - Del Monte Pacific Ltd. is planning to list its shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange next month.

In a disclosure to the Singapore Stock Exchange, Del Monte said the PSE has given its approval in principle for the listing of the company's shares, pending submission of permits from the Securities and Exchange Commission and introductory documents, as well as compliance with the 10% minimum public ownership requirement.

"Subject to the fulfillment by the company of the conditions to the SEC approval in principle, and the approval by the PSE of the PSE listing, the company expects to post the introductory document for the PSE Listing on the website of the PSE on or before
Wednesday, 29 May 2013, and for trading of the shares to commence on the PSE on Monday, 10 June 2013," the fruit grower said.

Last week, the SEC said it has approved the listing of Del Monte by way of introduction or without public offering.

The company owns the Del Monte brand for processed products in the Philippines. It manufactures canned pineapple juice and juice drinks, tomato sauce, spaghetti sauce and tomato ketchup.

Its subsidiary Del Monte Philippines owns a 23,000-hectare pineapple plantation in Mindanao, said to be the world's largest fully integrated pineapple operation.

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/05/28/13/del-monte-plans-list-shares-pse (http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/05/28/13/del-monte-plans-list-shares-pse)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: singkit_1588 on May 28, 2013, 07:16 PM
Del Monte plans to list shares on PSE

MANILA, Philippines - Del Monte Pacific Ltd. is planning to list its shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange next month.

In a disclosure to the Singapore Stock Exchange, Del Monte said the PSE has given its approval in principle for the listing of the company's shares, pending submission of permits from the Securities and Exchange Commission and introductory documents, as well as compliance with the 10% minimum public ownership requirement.

"Subject to the fulfillment by the company of the conditions to the SEC approval in principle, and the approval by the PSE of the PSE listing, the company expects to post the introductory document for the PSE Listing on the website of the PSE on or before
Wednesday, 29 May 2013, and for trading of the shares to commence on the PSE on Monday, 10 June 2013," the fruit grower said.

Last week, the SEC said it has approved the listing of Del Monte by way of introduction or without public offering.

The company owns the Del Monte brand for processed products in the Philippines. It manufactures canned pineapple juice and juice drinks, tomato sauce, spaghetti sauce and tomato ketchup.

Its subsidiary Del Monte Philippines owns a 23,000-hectare pineapple plantation in Mindanao, said to be the world's largest fully integrated pineapple operation.

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/05/28/13/del-monte-plans-list-shares-pse (http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/05/28/13/del-monte-plans-list-shares-pse)

ayos to..
mukang sarap gumamit ng catsup nyan.haha :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on May 29, 2013, 04:40 PM
DOE presses Pilipinas Shell to conduct IPO

MANILA, Philippines—The Department of Energy is pressing Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corp. to conduct its much delayed public offering, stressing that now is the right time to do so.

Zenaida Y. Monsada, director of the Oil Industry Management Bureau at the DOE, said in a letter to Shell that the oil company has until Friday (May 31) to submit an update of its initial public offering (IPO) plans, as mandated under the Oil Industry Deregulation Act of 1998.

Monsada noted that it has been nearly 15 years since the passage of the said law, which means that the mandated public offering of 10 percent of Shell’s common stocks has been long overdue.

Under the law, an oil company that is engaged also in the refinery business is mandated to offer to the public through the stock market at least 10 percent of its shares within three years’ time from the effectivity of the law. This means that Shell’s IPO should have been completed by 2002.

Monsada further noted in the letter that the equity and financial markets are currently healthy and therefore potentially attractive to prospective investors of Shell.

For his part, Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla explained that the letter to Shell was a “reminder” for the oil firm to conduct its IPO because “it’s been a long time.”

According to Petilla, Shell has requested for a meeting with the DOE regarding the planned IPO next week. It remains uncertain whether Shell will be finally pushing through with its offering plans.

The energy chief only noted that despite these pending IPO issues, Shell remains “serious” with its planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in the Philippines, which would require some $1 billion in fresh investments, and with the $150-million upgrade of its 110,000-barrel-a-day refinery in Tabangao, Batangas.

Shell country chair Edgar O. Chua earlier said that there remained a number of factors that would become the basis for Shell’s decision whether or not to proceed with the IPO.

Apart from healthy market conditions, the conduct of IPO would be largely dependent on the resolution of the company’s tax cases that remained pending to date, Chua had said.

http://business.inquirer.net/124345/doe-presses-pilipinas-shell-to-conduct-ipo (http://business.inquirer.net/124345/doe-presses-pilipinas-shell-to-conduct-ipo)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: miguel on May 29, 2013, 08:50 PM
Del Monte plans to list shares on PSE

MANILA, Philippines - Del Monte Pacific Ltd. is planning to list its shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange next month.

In a disclosure to the Singapore Stock Exchange, Del Monte said the PSE has given ......

Hi, can you enlighten what happens next after PSE's approval of Del Monte's application? I bought my very first stocks last Monday and very keen to buy Del Monte. Cheers
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: kiriyama on May 29, 2013, 09:37 PM
Newbie Question...Ang COL po ba nag bibigay din ng in offer sa new shares ng isang IPO...kasi ung sa AUB nag bigay ung BPI Trade..pero ung sa COL hindi nila ako binigyan ng offer....
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on May 30, 2013, 12:25 AM
^yun po ang maganda sa BPITrade, so far, meron nailalaan na share sa IPO.. yung sa iba yata raffle at unahan sa pag-post ng order.. kung minsan raffle ba yun kung sino mabigyan (chance)?

malamang ganun na din mangyayari sa BPITrade kung aayusin nila serbisyo nila.. :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: hanson15 on May 30, 2013, 11:24 AM
Saan niyo nalalaman yung mga ipo announcement?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on May 30, 2013, 12:37 PM
IPO anouncement.. laging naka-post sa PSE website kasi sila ang regulator ng market..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on May 30, 2013, 03:54 PM
DEL MONTE PACIFIC LIMITED

Prospectus

http://www.pse.com.ph/resource/ipo/file/Aloha_prospectus.pdf (http://www.pse.com.ph/resource/ipo/file/Aloha_prospectus.pdf)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on May 30, 2013, 10:36 PM
DEL MONTE

Del Monte firms up dual listing on PSE

http://business.inquirer.net/124525/del-monte-firms-up-dual-listing-on-pse (http://business.inquirer.net/124525/del-monte-firms-up-dual-listing-on-pse)

MANILA, Philippines–Singapore-listed food and beverage firm Del Monte Pacific Ltd. has firmed up its dual listing on the Philippine Stock Exchange by way of introduction or without any public equity offering.
In a memorandum dated May 30, the PSE said its board had approved the application of Del Monte to list 1.297 billion common shares on its first or main board.
The initial listing price will be determined by using the closing price of company shares at the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd. on the trading day immediately preceding the listing, the PSE said.
The actual listing date has yet to be fixed and will instead be announced upon the company’s compliance with pre-listing requirements, according to the circular.
Del Monte has an authorized capital of two billion shares with a par value of US$0.01 each, out of which 1.297 billion shares have been issued.  Consequently, there will be no change in the total number of issued and outstanding shares after the listing.  There will be no underwriter and no proceeds from the listing.
This listing is seen potentially adding to high dividend-yielding companies in the PSE. Based on the prospectus, the company has a stated dividend policy of paying a minimum of 33 percent of prior year’s net profit, although this has been exceeded in the past years’ payouts at 75 percent. “There is, however, no guarantee that the company will pay any dividend in the future,” the prospectus said.
Del Monte is a holding firm for companies engaged in growing, processing and selling of canned and fresh pineapples, pineapple juice concentrate, tropical mixed fruit, tomato-based products, beverage products and certain food products under the brand names Del Monte, S&W and Today’s.
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Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: anthonycpa on May 31, 2013, 03:27 AM
DEL MONTE

Del Monte firms up dual listing on PSE

http://business.inquirer.net/124525/del-monte-firms-up-dual-listing-on-pse (http://business.inquirer.net/124525/del-monte-firms-up-dual-listing-on-pse)

MANILA, Philippines–Singapore-listed food and beverage firm Del Monte Pacific Ltd. has firmed up its dual listing on the Philippine Stock Exchange by way of introduction or without any public equity offering.
In a memorandum dated May 30, the PSE said its board had approved the application of Del Monte to list 1.297 billion common shares on its first or main board.
The initial listing price will be determined by using the closing price of company shares at the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd. on the trading day immediately preceding the listing, the PSE said.
The actual listing date has yet to be fixed and will instead be announced upon the company’s compliance with pre-listing requirements, according to the circular.
Del Monte has an authorized capital of two billion shares with a par value of US$0.01 each, out of which 1.297 billion shares have been issued.  Consequently, there will be no change in the total number of issued and outstanding shares after the listing.  There will be no underwriter and no proceeds from the listing.
This listing is seen potentially adding to high dividend-yielding companies in the PSE. Based on the prospectus, the company has a stated dividend policy of paying a minimum of 33 percent of prior year’s net profit, although this has been exceeded in the past years’ payouts at 75 percent. “There is, however, no guarantee that the company will pay any dividend in the future,” the prospectus said.
Del Monte is a holding firm for companies engaged in growing, processing and selling of canned and fresh pineapples, pineapple juice concentrate, tropical mixed fruit, tomato-based products, beverage products and certain food products under the brand names Del Monte, S&W and Today’s.
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Teka nga paghandaan nga yan (tinging sa wallet...ooopps)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: singkit_1588 on May 31, 2013, 07:04 AM
DEL MONTE

Del Monte firms up dual listing on PSE

http://business.inquirer.net/124525/del-monte-firms-up-dual-listing-on-pse (http://business.inquirer.net/124525/del-monte-firms-up-dual-listing-on-pse)

MANILA, Philippines–Singapore-listed food and beverage firm Del Monte Pacific Ltd. has firmed up its dual listing on the Philippine Stock Exchange by way of introduction or without any public equity offering.
In a memorandum dated May 30, the PSE said its board had approved the application of Del Monte to list 1.297 billion common shares on its first or main board.
The initial listing price will be determined by using the closing price of company shares at the Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Ltd. on the trading day immediately preceding the listing, the PSE said.
The actual listing date has yet to be fixed and will instead be announced upon the company’s compliance with pre-listing requirements, according to the circular.
Del Monte has an authorized capital of two billion shares with a par value of US$0.01 each, out of which 1.297 billion shares have been issued.  Consequently, there will be no change in the total number of issued and outstanding shares after the listing.  There will be no underwriter and no proceeds from the listing.
This listing is seen potentially adding to high dividend-yielding companies in the PSE. Based on the prospectus, the company has a stated dividend policy of paying a minimum of 33 percent of prior year’s net profit, although this has been exceeded in the past years’ payouts at 75 percent. “There is, however, no guarantee that the company will pay any dividend in the future,” the prospectus said.
Del Monte is a holding firm for companies engaged in growing, processing and selling of canned and fresh pineapples, pineapple juice concentrate, tropical mixed fruit, tomato-based products, beverage products and certain food products under the brand names Del Monte, S&W and Today’s.
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kelan kaya ito?
???
by the way of introduction?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: kiriyama on May 31, 2013, 09:54 AM
kelan kaya ito?
???
by the way of introduction?

ayun sa aking mismis:

Del Monte aims to commence the trading of its shares on the PSE by June 10. The actual listing date will be determined upon the company’s compliance with the PSE's pre-listing requirements, the local bourse said.

panu pla ako makakakuha ng IPO shares ne2 like nung inofer sa BPI trade para sa AUB...gus2 ko sana bumili in advance hehehehe... =P
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: skengel on Jun 07, 2013, 10:43 PM
Magkano kaya ang price per share ni DMPL (del monte pacific limited) sa monday (june 10) ?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: yllor on Jun 08, 2013, 12:48 AM
base sa PSE website.. previous close nya ay 29.80/share..
depende na rin sa market (buy) kung magkano opening price nya..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: skengel on Jun 08, 2013, 02:23 AM
base sa PSE website.. previous close nya ay 29.80/share..
depende na rin sa market (buy) kung magkano opening price nya..

Thanks sa reply. Sayang walang buying power.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Jun 30, 2013, 05:59 PM
Quote

PSE approves tugboat operator's plan to go public  (http://www.interaksyon.com/business/65252/pse-approves-tugboat-operators-plan-to-go-public)


InterAksyon.com means BUSINESS

MANILA - Harbor Star Shipping Services is set to become the fourth company to go public this year after securing the approval of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) for a maiden share sale.

Hans Sicat, PSE president and chief executive officer, said the bourse recently approved the nearly P600-million initial public offering (IPO) of the tugboat operator.

In an earlier filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Harbor Star said it would sell 181.6 million primary common shares at an offer price of P3.27 per share.

The shares, which represent 30 percent of the company's issued and outstanding capital, would be listed under the first board of the PSE.

Harbor Star tapped Abacus Capital and Investments Corp as the lead issue manager and underwriter of the offering.

Proceeds from the IPO would be used to purchase tugboats for domestic and overseas expansion and re-fleeting, finance the acquisition of landing craft tank barges and anchor handling tug supply, as well as debt retirement.

With more than 20 tugs, Harbor Star services approximately 5,000 vessels a year calling to various ports nationwide. Its services include towage, ship salvage, oil and chemical spill response, as well as firefighting. It has expanded its services to underwater repairs, pipe-laying, underwater photography and video and other maritime services.

Philippine Business Bank and Asia United Bank this year joined the local bourse through IPOs, while Del Monte Pacific Limited listed by way of introduction.

Unlike an IPO, listing by way of introduction involves no immediate sale of shares, but requires the applicant to do so within a year after joining the bourse.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 15, 2013, 02:08 PM
Boracay resort operator files for IPO (http://interaksyon.com/business/57211/boracay-resort-operator-files-for-ipo)



SEC okays Discovery World public listing

THE Securities and Exchange Commission has approved the initial public offering (IPO) of the Tiu family’s Discovery World Corp., a developer of an upscale resort in Boracay island in Aklan.

According to documents, Discovery World expects to raise at least P1 billion from the sale of about 40-percent equity in the company.

The company, which operates Discovery Shores Boracay, will offer up to 306 million common shares at an indicative price of P3.28 per share.

Legal counsel Bayani Tan earlier said the company is complying with several regulatory requirements for its IPO prospectus. “It will be conducted by the third quarter,” Tan said.

Aside from operation of the resort, the company is also operating other tourism-related businesses.

At the moment, 66 percent of the company is owned by JTKC Equities Inc. and the rest is controlled by The Discovery Leisure Co. Inc. (TDLCI). Both companies are majority owned by the Tiu family.

After the IPO, JTKC will own about 39.61 percent of the resort operator, while TDLCI will control 20.34 percent.

Proceeds of the IPO will be used to expand the company’s tourism-related businesses, including the acquisition of properties still under TDLCI. These include a resort in Palawan, a diving cruise business and investment in a hotel and restaurant management school.

Discovery World will spend some P12.5 million to acquire Palawan Cove Corp., a company that has beachfront properties in San Vicente, Palawan. TDLCI owns the said company, which has yet to start operations.

The said resort plans to start operation during the second quarter of 2016.

Discovery World is also buying the cruise operator Discovery Fleet Corp., another company under TDLCI. Discovery Fleet just operated in April this year. It has full diving and non-diving programs, offering divers scuba diving programs in the country’s popular sites.

The company is also earmarking P250 million in Enderun Colleges Inc., a specialized school and hopes to control about a fifth of the company.

Discovery World, in February this year, already signed a memorandum of agreement with Hotel Systems Asia Inc. to buy 11.38 percent of the school for about P110.9 million. It plans to purchase some 9 percent more from the various existing shareholders of Enderun, which has booked a retained deficit of P551.93 million as of May 2012.

Enderun has failed to expand its operation as a result of the said deficit. The plan, according to Discovery World, is to implement the equity restructuring where part of its additional paid-in capital will be applied to wipe out its retained deficit.

The company is also allocating P325 million to retire combined debts from EastWest Banking Corp. and Bank of the Philippine Islands.

http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/business/companies/16417-sec-okays-discovery-world-public-listing (http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/business/companies/16417-sec-okays-discovery-world-public-listing)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: singkit_1588 on Jul 15, 2013, 03:41 PM
This is with reference to Memorandum No. LA IPO_No. 2013-0239 dated July 1, 2013, in
connection with the Initial Public Offering (“IPO”) of HARBOR STAR SHIPPING SERVICES,
INC. (the “Company”).
Please be informed that in the letter dated July 9, 2013, the Company advised the Exchange
that:
….
In consultation with Abacus Capital & Investment Corporation (the “Issue
Manager and Lead Underwriter”), we request for a deferment of the Company’s
initial public offering (“IPO”) to a later date.
We believe that current market conditions are less than ideal to undertake and
launch the offering. In this regard, we have decided to defer the scheduled IPO
that was initially set to be offered on July 22 to 26, 2013 and listed on August 2,
2013. Tentatively, we are looking at a new offer period within September 2013.


http://www.pse.com.ph/resource/memos/2013/LA__2013-0253.pdf
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: pambato on Jul 26, 2013, 10:32 AM
Ganda ng usapan dito ah. dami ko natututunan.. :thankyou:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: prodlinetrading on Aug 02, 2013, 09:05 AM
im interested with ipo, totally clueless. pano ako mag iinvest sa delmonte?how much is the minimum?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: iwannabeacpa on Aug 02, 2013, 01:56 PM
http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/08/02/13/discovery-shores-boracay-developer-defers-ipo

Di natuloy, pinaghahandaan ko po naman ito. Ano pong masasabi ng mga experts naten dito? Pa share po ng thoughts.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Sep 02, 2013, 07:50 AM
SEC approves Robinsons Retail IPO

CORPORATE regulator Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved the planned initial public offering of the Gokongwei family’s Robinsons Retail Holdings Inc., proceeds of which will be used to expand its chain of department stores, supermarkets and other retail and concept shops.

In a filing with the SEC, the company will offer up to 484.75 million new shares, consisting of 461.89 million primary offer and 22.85 million over-allotment option.

The bulk of the primary offer of about 323.32 million shares are for international buyers and only 138.57 million common shares will be offered to Philippine investors.

Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan and UBS are the global coordinators and joint book runners, while Maybank ATR Kim Eng Capital Partners Inc. is the sole domestic underwriter.

Robinsons placed an indicative price of P86.64 per share or a total of P39.05 billion in net proceeds after taxes and fees.

“The allocation of the offer shares between the domestic offer and the international offer is subject to adjustment as agreed between the international lead managers and the sole domestic underwriter,” Robinsons said in its prospectus.

The SEC said chainlisting is not an issue for Robinsons since it is not a subsidiary nor a parent of any listed company under the Gokongwei group.

Chainlisting, according to PSE listing rules, applies if a subsidiary or a parent company of an existing listed issuer will not be considered for listing if the assets and operations of the applicant are substantially the same as those of the existing listed issuer.

The SEC said Robinsons only shares common shareholders of privately held JE Holdings and individual family members of the Gokongwei and with the listed firms JG Summit Holdings, Robinsons Land Corp., Cebu Air and Universal Robina Corp.

The IPO of Robinsons Retail has been in the works during the early part of the year but the Gokongwei group decided to postpone its implementation, citing market volatility.

Robinsons said more than half of the proceeds of about P20.33 billion will be spent to expand its supermarket chain, P2 billion were allocated for department stores, P1.39 billion for the do-it-yourself (DIY) shops like hardware, P4.76 billion for convenience stores such as the Ministop chain, P1.9 billion for drugstores and P3.14 billion for specialty stores.

About P2.89 billion will be used for renovation of existing stores, P1.7 billion for repayment of bank loans and P850 million for other corporate purposes.

The company opened its first Robinsons Department Store in Manila in 1980, entered the supermarket business in 1985, the DIY subsidiary in 1994, the convenience and specialty stores in 2000 and the drug store business in 2012.

Research firm Euromonitor said the company’s affiliates are not a market leaders in their respective sectors. The department stores and supermarket businesses, it said, is cornered by the SM group while the convenience stores under the Ministop brand is led by Philippine Seven Corp.’s 7-Eleven stores.

Robinsons, however, is the largest multiformat retailer in the country in terms of revenue.

http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/business/companies/18763-sec-approves-robinsons-retail-ipo (http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/business/companies/18763-sec-approves-robinsons-retail-ipo)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: singkit_1588 on Sep 27, 2013, 05:10 AM
Harbor Star sets IPO price at P1.88/share
By Neil Jerome Morales
MANILA, Philippines - Local tugboat operator Harbor Star Shipping Services Inc. has finalized the selling price for its initial public offering (IPO), setting the offer price at a substantial discount.

In a letter to the Philippine Stock Exchange, Harbor Star said “the final offer price of the company’s IPO is P1.88 per share.”

This will allow the company to raise P341.4 million in its market debut, which is lower than the previous targets of P593.83 million and P454 million.

Harbor Star earlier planned to list 605.238 million common shares, of which 181.6 million shares will be sold to the public at a maximum price of P3.27 apiece. But last week, it lowered the price guidance to a maximum of P2.50 apiece.

The final selling price of P1.88 per share is a 24.8-percent discount to the P2.50 guidance.

Harbor Star said the offer period is scheduled on Oct. 16-23 and listing on Oct. 30. Under the original timeline, the offer period should have been conducted on July 22-26, followed by listing on Aug. 2.
 
In July, Harbor Star became the third company to postpone its public share sale given unfavorable market conditions. Robinsons Retail Holdings Inc. and Travellers International Hotel Group Inc. earlier deferred their P40-billion and P42-billion IPO, respectively.

Harbor Star plans to use the fresh capital for the acquisition of tugboats for domestic and international expansion and refleeting.

Harbor Star started commercial operations with just one tugboat in 1998. After 10 years, it has increased its fleet to more than 20 tug boats located in major ports like Bataan, Batangas, Quezon, Cebu, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro, Leyte and Davao.

Its services include ship salvage, wreck removal, firefighting, oil spill abatement and recovery and handling hazardous chemicals.

Harbor Star hired Abacus Capital & Investment Corp. as issue manager and lead underwriter.

Four firms have so far debuted in the local bourse this year: Philippine Business Bank, AG Finance Inc. and Asia United Bank through an IPO, and Del Monte Pacific Ltd. via listing by introduction that gave the company the leeway to sell shares at a latter date.

http://www.philstar.com/business/2013/09/27/1238493/harbor-star-sets-ipo-price-p1.88/share
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 03, 2013, 08:38 PM
ROBINSONS RETAIL HOLDINGS, INC

Dependot (http://pse.com.ph/resource/memos/2013/LA_IPO_2013-0351.pdf)

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bugan on Oct 24, 2013, 09:45 AM
Question lang mga kapatid. Napansin ko sa history ng PSE, after mag-IPO ng companies, bumabagsak yung stock price. Kung ganon, ano ang advantage of buying-in sa IPO when you can just wait? Or are the ones buying sa IPO investors who think that the IPO price is fair?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: singkit_1588 on Oct 24, 2013, 09:59 AM
Question lang mga kapatid. Napansin ko sa history ng PSE, after mag-IPO ng companies, bumabagsak yung stock price. Kung ganon, ano ang advantage of buying-in sa IPO when you can just wait? Or are the ones buying sa IPO investors who think that the IPO price is fair?

check CEB,
IPO of 120+ ata..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 24, 2013, 11:21 AM
Question lang mga kapatid. Napansin ko sa history ng PSE, after mag-IPO ng companies, bumabagsak yung stock price. Kung ganon, ano ang advantage of buying-in sa IPO when you can just wait? Or are the ones buying sa IPO investors who think that the IPO price is fair?

tsupit.....
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ferrariEverest on Oct 24, 2013, 04:41 PM
Question lang mga kapatid. Napansin ko sa history ng PSE, after mag-IPO ng companies, bumabagsak yung stock price. Kung ganon, ano ang advantage of buying-in sa IPO when you can just wait?
Good point. More often than not, mukhang mas favorable pa nga ang maghintay.

For new investors and traders, it is nearly 100% risky. There is no significant and/or long-term advantage.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: TradeSmart99 on Oct 25, 2013, 04:15 PM
ok so guys, do you think merong magandang opportunity para tsumupit d2?  :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Futurama on Oct 29, 2013, 05:33 AM
I bought gtcap, ew, cal. During their ipo days... cal lng bnitawan ko nung tsumopit.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: denshow10 on Nov 05, 2013, 03:23 AM
I think PGOLD pa lang ang napansin ko na tumaas nung nag-IPO. IPO was 12.50 and now trading 30+. Same retail industry din sila ng RRHI. I have placed my indication for a few shares sa FirstMetro sana ok ito for longterm.

BTW ano ung tsumopit? :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: rhonnelle10 on Dec 23, 2013, 09:56 PM


Ok talagang hawakan ang SM Investments ngayon, lalo na't mukhang positive ang prospects sa ekonomya at sa mismong company. I used to hold this when it was stil in the 240s mark, nabenta ko at 252. Bumagsak 'to to its lowest of 200 at ngayon ay around 227 na siya, so kung nakuha mo 'to sa 200, malaki na kinita mo.

Pag-isipan ko pa kung kunin ko uli ito. Ang hawak ko ngayon e Ayala Land. Bought ALI 2 weeks ago at kahapon, binenta ko 12% yung net return. Not bad :D Bili uli ako today pag bumagsak ang presyo niya.

year 2006 pa ung post na yan, so meaning if may nbili ka stock ng SM Investment @250 dati eh laki na ng kinita mu since sa ngaun SM is @716.5 na...ok dn pla mg hold ng stocks for long term
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Feb 02, 2014, 10:11 AM

DoubleDragon Properties Corp. (http://business.inquirer.net/162639/property-company-raising-p1-16b-from-planned-ipo)

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: sean_ulric on Apr 19, 2014, 08:16 PM
Century Pacific Food Inc (CNPF) - maker of Century tuna, 555 sardines, argentina corned beef, Blue Bay tuna, Birch Tree and many other household name food products...any thoughts on the upcoming IPO? share naman dyan mga katoto :watchuthink: :watchuthink:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Apr 20, 2014, 10:07 PM
Century Pacific Food Inc (CNPF) - maker of Century tuna, 555 sardines, argentina corned beef, Blue Bay tuna, Birch Tree and many other household name food products...any thoughts on the upcoming IPO? share naman dyan mga katoto :watchuthink: :watchuthink:
not my thoughts, but from iTrade/DA Markets broker...


Century Pacific Food Inc (CNPF): Market Leader, Scalable Business, Expanding Local & International Market  (http://bit.ly/1nAMxJm)

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: empleyado on Apr 21, 2014, 11:54 AM
It doesn't look attractive basing on 2013 performance.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Prospera on Apr 21, 2014, 01:00 PM
Are you buying, vicces? :-)



Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: sj.unite on Apr 22, 2014, 10:37 AM
Mukhang ok yung CNPF ah. May kukuha ba sainyo?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Wills on Apr 22, 2014, 09:36 PM
CNPF

At 13.75 it has P/E of 20 and what's the growth rate?

I like the company but the price is too high, 7- 8 pesos is attractive for long term hold!


Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GoodSteward on Apr 22, 2014, 11:48 PM
Raffle na daw sa COL kasi oversubscribed, per 500 shares ang bunutan, sobrang tingi, pang bili ng century tuna delata, mga 9 delata kung tumaas ng 5% hehe..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: empleyado on Apr 23, 2014, 10:49 AM
BPI Trade won't allow to submit the subscription form online. I need to mail the hardcopy to them. Does COL allow online subscription?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GoodSteward on Apr 23, 2014, 10:56 AM
BPI Trade won't allow to submit the subscription form online. I need to mail the hardcopy to them. Does COL allow online subscription?

BPITrade is really so primitive pala...

In COL, you just order online, no forms required, and thats it.
In  First metro, you still have to email the subscription form with your signature on it. Can just take a pic of the signed form and email it.

Ordered a bit on both. This time, either quick profit or quick loss. No intention of holding if it goes south. 2014 IPO Trend vs. CPF bad "reviews"..... Lets see... Btw, Bad reviews also with DD..hehe
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: empleyado on Apr 23, 2014, 11:02 AM
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Note:
Reservation period is from April 23, 2014 to April 25, 2014.
Submit the originally signed form to 8/F BPI Head Office, Ayala Avenue Cor. Paseo de Roxas Avenue,
Makati City 1226 on or before April 25, 2014 (5:00 PM).
Shares subscribed should be a FIRM COMMITMENT with BPI SEC. This form does not guarantee an
allocation. These are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Ensure that your BPI Trade account is funded with sufficient cleared funds to cover the subscription
value on April 25, 2014.
Please be advised that we will only accept originally signed forms. Scanned and fax copies will not be
honored.

 >:(
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GIG on Apr 23, 2014, 11:30 AM
BPI Trade won't allow to submit the subscription form online. I need to mail the hardcopy to them. Does COL allow online subscription?

Exactly my point empleyado. I think they should find a way to facilitate transaction like these online. It defeats the purpose of having an online broker if you need to go to their main office to do a transaction.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: vicces on Apr 24, 2014, 06:08 PM
Are you buying, vicces? :-)


nope. are you?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Prospera on Apr 25, 2014, 07:12 AM
^Neither.

 (Thought about it, though.)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Prospera on May 01, 2014, 07:59 AM
Here's a useful guide to help people decide whether or not to put their money in an IPO:

http://business.inquirer.net/169302/should-i-invest-in-ipos (http://business.inquirer.net/169302/should-i-invest-in-ipos)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on May 01, 2014, 05:36 PM
Korean semicon giant to raise P2.15B via IPO

MANILA, Philippines - Phoenix Semiconductor Philippines Corp., a unit of a South Korean semiconductor giant, is taking advantage of the recovery in global electronics industry to raise P2.15 billion from an initial public offering (IPO).

The debut of Phoenix Semiconductor in the local bourse marks the latest IPO of a semiconductor company since Laguna-based Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. listed in 2011.

“The Korean play is unique. This is a testament to the Philippines as an investment destination,” said Eduardo V. Francisco, president of underwriter BDO Capital & Investment Corp.

The Philippine unit of South Korea’s STS Semiconductor & Telecommunications Co. Ltd. will hold a roadshow for qualified institutional buyers.

The Clark-based Phoenix Semiconductor is seeking the Securities and Exchange Commission’s approval to sell 572.186 million shares at a maximum price of P3.76 apiece, for a total P2.15 billion.

Francisco said Phoenix Semiconductor is a good company despite the challenges in the sector. It has relocated some of its facilities from China given the good labor force in the Philippines, he said.
Business ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1

So far, Phoenix employs 2,000-3,000 Filipino workers to provide various customers a wide range of products like SD cards and memory modules for personal computer and notebooks.

“Phoenix Semiconductor plans to set up a complete organizational structure (assembly, test and module), quality control system, and a leading information technology system...to meet customer’s requirements,” the company said in its website.

The last time a semiconductor firm did an IPO in the local stock exchange was Cirtek Holdigs in November 2011. Cirtek is an independent complete solution provider for subcontract manufacturing of semiconductor devices with 29 years of experience in the assembly and testing segment.

DoubleDragon Properties Corp. was the first firm to conduct an IPO this year, while Top Frontier Investment Holdings Inc., the majority shareholder of diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp., listed by way of introduction in January.

Century Pacific Food Inc., the country’s largest canned goods producer, will debut in the local bourse next month.

http://www.philstar.com/business/2014/04/30/1317554/korean-semicon-giant-raise-p2.15b-ipo (http://www.philstar.com/business/2014/04/30/1317554/korean-semicon-giant-raise-p2.15b-ipo)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Dutch_Boy on May 04, 2014, 01:37 PM
http://www.gic.com.sg/en/newsroom/news-speeches/213-2014/471-gic-invests-php-3-4-billion-into-century-canning-corporation-parent-company-of-century-pacific-food-inc
 (http://www.gic.com.sg/en/newsroom/news-speeches/213-2014/471-gic-invests-php-3-4-billion-into-century-canning-corporation-parent-company-of-century-pacific-food-inc)
GIC invests PHP 3.4 billion into Century Canning Corporation, parent company of Century Pacific Food, Inc.

2 May 2014

GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, through its private equity arm, and Century Canning Corporation (“CCC”), parent company of soon to be listed Century Pacific Food Inc (“CNPF”), entered today into an Exchangeable Loan Agreement for a principal amount of Php3.4 Billion. CCC will use the proceeds to finance growth and expansion of existing subsidiaries including but not limited to CNPF, possible acquisitions, possible entry into new businesses, and other general corporate purposes.

The Exchangeable Loan Agreement is for 1 year but extendable by both parties and carries an interest rate of 5%. GIC will also have the option to exchange both the principal and all accrued interest into 245.5 million issued and outstanding shares of CNPF, effectively at a conversion price equivalent to CNPF’s initial public offering price of Php13.75 per share.

Should the exchange option be exercised, GIC will own approximately 11% of CNPF’s issued and outstanding shares. Conversion shares will be transferred from existing shares owned by CCC and will not cause dilution to CNPF’s public investors.

The entrance of GIC as a partner of CCC, and possible shareholder of CNPF, is a vote of confidence in the Philippine economy’s strong long-term fundamentals as well as the value and management capability of both CCC and CNPF.

CCC and CNPF President and CEO Christopher Po noted that, “We are pleased to have a world class investor such as GIC as one of our stakeholders. We look forward to a long term, value creating partnership with them. The financing provided by this transaction will allow us to support our various businesses, including Century Pacific Food, Inc, as well as take advantage of opportunities that arise from our fast growing economy.”

Last week, CNPF concluded the offer period for its initial public offering, citing strong demand. Listing of the shares is scheduled for May 6. CNPF is expected to raise PHP3.2 billion in gross proceeds from the initial public offering.

ABOUT GIC

GIC is among the world’s largest fund management companies with AUM of well over US$100 billion. We were set up in 1981 to manage Singapore’s foreign reserves. GIC is an established global private equity investor. We invest both directly in companies as well as through funds. Our private equity universe range from venture capital, growth investments, buyouts to special situations such as mezzanine debt, distressed debt and secondary fund investments. The investment teams add value to the boards and management of the investee companies by providing advice and access to a global network of relationships. GIC is headquartered in Singapore with a network of offices in ten cities worldwide. For more information, please visit www.gic.com.sg.

ABOUT CCC

Century Canning Corporation incorporated on December 12, 1978 handled the Group’s sales and distribution for canned and processed tuna, sardines and bangus (milkfish). Post restructuring, CCC is now the parent company to Century Pacific Food, Inc. and the primary holding and management company of the diversified business interests of the Po family.

ABOUT CNPF

CNPF traces its history from the Century Group, a leading branded food company primarily engaged in the development, processing, marketing and distribution of processed fish and meat, as well as processed dairy products in the Philippines. In October 2013, the Century Group undertook a general corporate reorganization transaction. CNPF’s business operations are divided into four main business segments: canned and processed fish, canned meat, dairy and mixes and tuna export. The canned and processed fish segment produces a variety of tuna, sardine and other fish and seafood-based products. CNPF’s key brands in the canned and processed fish segment include Century Tuna, 555, Blue Bay and Fresca. The canned meat segment produces corned beef, meatloaf and a variety of other meat-based products. Key brands in this segment include Argentina, Wow and Swift. The dairy and mixes segment primarily comprises canned milk, powdered milk and other dairy products, as well as coffee mixes and sinigang mix. Key brands include Angel, Birch Tree, Kaffe de Oro and Home Pride. CNPF also produces private label canned, pouched and frozen tuna products for export to major overseas markets including North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. In addition, CNPF’s branded products are also exported to overseas markets and are distributed across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: rtiangco on May 07, 2014, 09:40 PM
Musta po ang mga nakabili sa CNPF?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GoodSteward on May 08, 2014, 01:13 AM
Musta po ang mga nakabili sa CNPF?

Nakabenta agad... Di nagpasabit hehe..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: dame016 on May 12, 2014, 11:18 AM
Subscribing. I was hoping to go buy DD before, pero nag ka conflict sa priorities. I'm going for MFs muna. Abang2 na lang muna ako sa mga new IPOs in the future. :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Raymounde on Jun 08, 2014, 05:23 PM
Guys, what you think about Phoenix Semiconductor Philippines Corp. (PSPC) IPO?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: miakim287 on Jun 16, 2014, 06:33 PM
can i ask mga ser anu po ba ibig sabihin ng IPO at bkt po tinawag na initial public offering ?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Jun 16, 2014, 07:25 PM
can i ask mga ser anu po ba ibig sabihin ng IPO at bkt po tinawag na initial public offering ?

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Ang IPO ay “Initial Public Offering” na ang ibig sabihin ang isang private company na limitado lang ang pag-aari o ownership ng ilang kapitalista ay nagpasyang gawing pampubliko na ang pag-aari sa pamamagitan ng pagbenta ng shares of stocks sa publiko.  Kung dati, 1 o 5 lang ang may-ari ng isang kumpanya, para makakuha sila ng mas malaking kapital para mapondohan nila ang kanilang paglaki o expansion, ginagawa na nilang public corporation ang negosyo para ang publiko na may pera ay maaari na ring maging may-ari ng kumpanyang iyon, kaya maaari nang maging 1,000 ang may-ari.

Halimbawa, ang Meralco noong araw ay limited private company.  Ang may-ari ay ang Lopez family lamang .  Subalit nagpasya silang gawing public corporation ang kumpanya noong 1991 nang ipatala nila ito sa Philippine Stock Exchange; kaya puede na ngayong ang ordinaryong mamamayan, kung may pera siya, ay bumili ng shares of stocks sa Meralco kaya nagiging may-ari na rin siya nito.  Dependa sa kita ng Meralco, binibigyan ng kumpanya ang lahat ng maraming may-ari ng dibidendo o kita.
Halimbawa kung may P100,000 pera ka, at bumili ka ng shares of stocks, maaari kang tumanggap ng dibidendong P1000-P5000 sa bawat taon.  Kung minsan naman, sa halip na pera ang dibidendo mo, maaaring ibigay sa iyo ay dibidendong shares, ibig sabihin lumalaki ang dami ng shares na inaaari mo sa kumpanya.  Kung ayaw mo na maging may-ari, puede mong ibenta ang shares mo sa mga gustong bumili.  Pag tumaas ang halaga ng shares mo dahil sa galing ng performance ng kumpanya, iyong P100,000 mong initial kapital na ipinambili ay maaari mong ibenta ng P150,000 o P200,000, depende sa ganda ng presyo ng shares ng Meralco.
Depende sa ganda ng ekonomya ng Pilipinas.  Kung bumili ka ng P100,000 worth of shares sa taon na ito, 2 taon mula ngayon, maaaring maging P200,000 na ang halaga ng shares mo dahil maganda ang takbo ng Meralco at Philippine economy.  Ibenta mo na, may tubo ka nang P100,000.  Pero posible na 2 taon mula ngayon, bumaba ang halaga ng shares sa P50,000 na lang dahil masama ang patakbo ng Meralco at Philippine economy.  Lugi ka ng P50,000.   Kaya parang sugal ang stock market dahil hindi ikaw ang may kontrol ng performance ng puhunan mo kundi nasa kamay ng ibang tao.

sabi dito... (http://peratips.febc.ph/?p=95)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: miakim287 on Jun 16, 2014, 09:32 PM
 :thankyou: sir miko , eh pano po example share ang ibayad sau wla na bang ibibigay na dividend or dividend ang ibigay pero hnd na mgbibigay ng share? gnun po ba? . ...pano po ba ngbi2gay sila ng dividend a year po ba na simula ng nag-invest ka sa knila or kda buwan or half year :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Jun 17, 2014, 08:34 AM
eh pano po example share ang ibayad sau wla na bang ibibigay na dividend or dividend ang ibigay pero hnd na mgbibigay ng share?

Usually pag cash cash lang.pag stock, stock div lang..Pero,meron din namang  company  na nagbibigay ng both stock and cash div  at the same time...

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.pano po ba ngbi2gay sila ng dividend a year po ba na simula ng nag-invest ka sa knila or kda buwan or half year

Depende ulit sa company...meron nag bibigay ng annually,semi-annually, or quarterly....MOnthly? baka malugi na yung kumpanya nyan   :hihi:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: miakim287 on Jun 17, 2014, 10:10 PM
for example sir mikoangelo  mag kano naman po ibibigay ng company sau na dividend na cash at yung cash ba na yun eh pwede mo uli ibili ng stock sa kanila? at ilan naman po ang ibi2gay nila. depende ba sa company kung ilan gusto nila ibigay?  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mikoangelo on Jun 18, 2014, 07:49 AM
check mo site na to para mag ka idea kaw...

http://edge.pse.com.ph/disclosureData/dividends_and_rights_info_form.do
 (http://edge.pse.com.ph/disclosureData/dividends_and_rights_info_form.do)

mag set ang company ng payment date kung kelan icrecredit yung div sa port mo..once na ngreflect na sa port mo yung div, bahala ka na kung anong gusto mong gawin dun..pede mong  pambili ulit ng shares, iwidraw, o paburger ka nalang...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: miakim287 on Jun 18, 2014, 02:48 PM
cge sir mikoangelo pa burger ako sa inyo kaso hnd pa po ngaun ng aaral pa po kc ako ng mabuti tungkol sa stocks thanks po ng marami :D :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: neo on Jun 24, 2014, 08:09 PM
Ano po ba talaga yung PSPC na mag-i-IPO? Yung Shell po ba or yung Phoenix?  :huh:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: kulatir on Jun 26, 2014, 10:19 PM
Ano po ba talaga yung PSPC na mag-i-IPO? Yung Shell po ba or yung Phoenix?  :huh:

Phoenix...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: neo on Jun 27, 2014, 04:30 PM
Thanks po! :)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: thisistheday on Aug 13, 2014, 08:58 PM
Rustan's unit files for IPO; eyes retail expansion

ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 08/13/2014 1:45 PM | Updated as of 08/13/2014 1:47 PM
MANILA, Philippines – Store retailer SSI Group Inc. has filed a registration for an initial public offering (IPO) to raise funds for its expansion in the country.

SSI, which includes Stores Specialists Inc., is seeking approval to offer new common shares to be issued and offered by the company on a primary basis and existing common shares to be offered by certain selling shareholders of SSI pursuant to a secondary offer.

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/08/13/14/rustans-unit-files-ipo-eyes-retail-expansion
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cagayanboy on Sep 22, 2014, 01:59 PM
Is it true na mag iipo po ang RC Cola?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: thisistheday on Oct 24, 2014, 03:45 PM
Anybody here got the chance to subscribe to the SSI IPO?

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/10/23/philippines-ipo-ssi-idUSP9N0QA00U20141023
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Oct 24, 2014, 03:58 PM
^ Mahal. hindi sinali ang supermarket at coffee chain business (starbucks).
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: expatsasg on Oct 26, 2014, 01:36 PM
Is SSI IPO is not good to buy?

TIA
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: chvjezzy on Jan 23, 2015, 11:01 AM
Are there any upcoming IPOs this 2015? :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: rhonnelle10 on Feb 11, 2015, 02:34 PM
I wish to know too...anyone?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: AffordableHomePhilippines on Mar 01, 2015, 06:19 PM
I read somewhere that there could be 10 IPOs this year. Excited to know who these new players are.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: cricky on Mar 07, 2015, 06:16 PM
Hi I'm New to this, kng mai ipo bah, sa issuer ba ako mag apply to buy shares or wait for ipo to show up on an online broker? Pls reply
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: carnage on Mar 07, 2015, 10:21 PM
Hi I'm New to this, kng mai ipo bah, sa issuer ba ako mag apply to buy shares or wait for ipo to show up on an online broker? Pls reply

For online brokers, ipos will usually appear on the site the moment they are available..
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: lovemachine on Apr 01, 2015, 09:56 PM
Hello all,

Newbie here. Quick question, for those who have participated in IPOs, what is the chance of getting actual shares from an IPO? I recently placed an order for Crown Asia's upcoming IPO through my online broker. Is it first come first serve? Thoughts please? Thanks!

lovemachine
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: kulatir on Apr 17, 2015, 08:21 PM
Hello all,

Newbie here. Quick question, for those who have participated in IPOs, what is the chance of getting actual shares from an IPO? I recently placed an order for Crown Asia's upcoming IPO through my online broker. Is it first come first serve? Thoughts please? Thanks!

lovemachine

If it is oversubscribed then shares will be served via raffle.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: jeb on Apr 18, 2015, 11:20 PM
It will be raffled and maliit ang chance na makabili. In short, tsamba mode lang. Or possible na makabili kung malaki any investment kasi may kakilala ako na nakakuha pero maraming shares ang binili...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Gineto on May 28, 2015, 02:21 PM
Any update for the upcoming IPO this year?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: caringnumerous on Jun 02, 2015, 10:31 PM
SSI, SEC, PLDT, Alibaba are some of the IPO informations i've got.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: stacheldraht on Jul 18, 2015, 04:33 PM
IPO = It's Probably Overprice

Keep Investing!

- stach
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: lowije_dapogs on Jul 19, 2015, 08:44 AM
Hello all,

Newbie here. Quick question, for those who have participated in IPOs, what is the chance of getting actual shares from an IPO? I recently placed an order for Crown Asia's upcoming IPO through my online broker. Is it first come first serve? Thoughts please? Thanks!

lovemachine

better chance to get IPO subscription if through traditional broker, pero you need to pay more fees than online broker.

IPO = It's Probably Overprice

Keep Investing!

- stach
but there are some that gave huge returns like DNL TFHI X TAPET
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: stacheldraht on Jul 19, 2015, 04:44 PM
but there are some that gave huge returns like DNL TFHI X TAPET

You may be right about some of them ... but that does not mean they are not (probably) overprice. In the long past, even tulips can give high returns.

Keep Investing!

- stach

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mervinofzetaphi on Jul 25, 2015, 02:40 PM
SSB Philippines Inc. IPO.
@ P2.75 per share.
 
Any thoughts?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 28, 2015, 07:50 AM
SSB Philippines Inc. IPO.
@ P2.75 per share.
 
Any thoughts?

Read: https://facelesstrader.wordpress.com/2015/07/27/july-26-2015-a-bet-on-sbs-ipo-offering-is-a-bet-on-mr-necisto-sytengcos-trading-skills-highly-valued-non-core-assets/ (https://facelesstrader.wordpress.com/2015/07/27/july-26-2015-a-bet-on-sbs-ipo-offering-is-a-bet-on-mr-necisto-sytengcos-trading-skills-highly-valued-non-core-assets/)

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: freefront on Jul 28, 2015, 08:21 AM
^^^ A more affordable rival of DNL daw.
 
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 29, 2015, 09:26 AM
^^^ A more affordable rival of DNL daw.
 
Yun nga daw ang sabi... someone mentioned the P/E daw is 33.. and mas inclined na raw to go into prop than chem?

some are also giving cryptic warning advice...

(http://i.imgur.com/H0nL6r6.jpg)

:scratch:

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Gineto on Jul 29, 2015, 05:19 PM
Sir yang mga ganyang post nakakasira ng diskarte masyado namang obvious hindi ninyo naisama ang mga asets nila na na puchase nila from their previous income. Its better not to give info kung kulang naman.

With more than 3000 products and more than thousand customers we can say their existing products is dominant, controlling and monopolistic e.g. no choice for other companies but to buy from them. This company is decent and experienced they know how not to lose.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Futurama on Jul 31, 2015, 11:48 AM
 Its all about managing your risk. I will buy SBS this August... Hopefully I would gain enough.  :D
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 31, 2015, 05:41 PM
Sir yang mga ganyang post nakakasira ng diskarte masyado namang obvious hindi ninyo naisama ang mga asets nila na na puchase nila from their previous income. Its better not to give info kung kulang naman.

With more than 3000 products and more than thousand customers we can say their existing products is dominant, controlling and monopolistic e.g. no choice for other companies but to buy from them. This company is decent and experienced they know how not to lose.
bakit nakakasira ng diskarte? maybe you should restate your statement, ITS BETTER NOT TO READ IF YOU DONT HAVE THE COGNITIVE CAPACITY TO MAKE INDEPENDENT DECISIONS. nagpost lang ako, mababago na ang desisyon mo bumili o hindi bumili? sino naman ako para sundin mo? at hindi naman ako nagsabi na bumili o huwag bumili. sanay lang ako magshare dito dahil ang pagkakaalam ko NAGTUTULUNGAN MGA TAO DITO PARA MAKAKUHA NG INFORMATION.  yung link na pinost ko from nikki yu's blog (faceless trader), binasa mo ba?

if that is your attitude, i don't know what you are doing in a public discussion forum. just lock yourself in your room and do you trade from there. stop wasting our time and bandwidth of this forum with your unfounded accusations.

#kaimbyernes!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Gineto on Jul 31, 2015, 11:29 PM
I am new comer in stock market sir sa akin OK lang dahil na analyze ko agad ang statement paano naman yung ibang bago. It's true hindi substantial yung calculation. Sorry pero i discourage ko talaga kayong mag post ng ganun e pero sino nga ba ako e tulad ninyo concern din ako sa iba. Pero pwede rin naman dagdagan ng footnote 'trade at your own risk'. Mas marami matuwa kung puro positive lang ang post.  :cool2:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bajoyjoy on Aug 03, 2015, 10:21 AM
Mas marami matuwa kung puro positive lang ang post.  :cool2:

Ganun ba yun? You mean positive na lang ang ipopost para matuwa ang karamihan? E di wow!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Aug 03, 2015, 05:33 PM
So what is "positive"?
Kung over priced ang IPO, positive ba yan?
If undervalued?

POSITIVE for whom?
Like the love song says:

'Someone's gonna cry when they heard they lost (you)
Someone's gonna thank the stars above'
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Wills on Aug 04, 2015, 10:20 AM
:rofl:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: eightfoldcapital on Aug 13, 2015, 06:48 PM
Some thoughts on SBS:

http://eightfoldcapital.net/2015/08/13/sbs-what-needs-to-happen-to-get-to-10-to-15-pesos/ (http://eightfoldcapital.net/2015/08/13/sbs-what-needs-to-happen-to-get-to-10-to-15-pesos/)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Aug 15, 2015, 11:39 AM
BANG!
UP sa first day!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: joshboz on Nov 05, 2015, 11:13 PM
mga bok ano sa palagay niyo ung MRSG na ipo.... good buy ba?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: mervinofzetaphi on Nov 08, 2015, 05:34 PM
METRO RETAIL STORES GROUP, INC. ("MRSGI" or the "COMPANY")

Offer price:    

Php 3.99 per share

Any inputs on its IPO? :cool2:
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: empleyado on Nov 09, 2015, 03:20 PM
METRO RETAIL STORES GROUP, INC. ("MRSGI" or the "COMPANY")

Offer price:    

Php 3.99 per share

Any inputs on its IPO? :cool2:

Brokers are suggesting buy for it. I applied for a few shares using my COL account, but I'm not expecting to get much because the number of shares offered by COL is very little.
I can't apply via LSI or my BPI Trade account because they require personal appearances (I'm overseas).

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: spidermannn on Mar 07, 2016, 12:12 AM
Any one got financial detail ng shell pilipinas. Ala ako makuha sa web nila
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: bauer on Mar 07, 2016, 10:17 AM
^Try SEC and secure their financials.  A small fee is collected.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Mar 26, 2016, 01:02 PM
Any interesting IPO coming up this year?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GIG on May 10, 2016, 11:02 PM
yUp ................. Saudi Aramco!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on May 11, 2016, 08:43 AM
DUH!

Double DUH!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Jun 11, 2016, 08:43 AM
Any comment on Villar's GOLDEN HAVEN IPO?

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Inconformista on Jun 11, 2016, 10:15 AM
Any comment on Villar's GOLDEN HAVEN IPO?

"The Philippine Stock Exchange on Thursday approved the P787-million initial public offering of Golden Haven Memorial Park."

On the whole i like memorial parks, not a lot of repeat business :) but PH demographics and growing GDP support growth in this industry.

https://www.goldenhaven.com.ph/
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Max_Buwaya on Jun 11, 2016, 10:10 PM
i participated for their IPO, sana abutin ng allocation...
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Jun 12, 2016, 10:07 AM
Ba't wala akong balita from BPI ONline?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GIG on Jun 13, 2016, 11:35 AM
BPI trade informing you? wilch . . . what else is new hehehe!

Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Jun 13, 2016, 01:18 PM
BPI trade informing you? wilch . . . what else is new hehehe!

Yung ibang IPO may notice naman sila before.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Futurama on Jun 13, 2016, 07:31 PM
Cemex Philippines ipo any thoughts? =)
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Jun 21, 2016, 03:45 PM
Ok daw Golden Haven.

Lalakas benta nyan kasi maraming papatayin si DU30, hehe
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ghanie on Jul 04, 2016, 08:54 PM
Cemex Philippines ipo any thoughts? =)

Up!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Jul 05, 2016, 11:03 AM
>>>???
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: GIG on Jul 14, 2016, 10:58 AM
Quote from: Futurama on Jun 13, 2016, 07:31 PM

Cemex Philippines ipo any thoughts? =)




Quick buy then sell.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nisaam on Aug 11, 2016, 02:57 PM
Sadly HVN (Golden Haven) is a loss!
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: z857456 on Aug 11, 2016, 03:37 PM
ditto. lesson learn i guess :(
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ravlegazpicity on Aug 14, 2016, 06:04 AM
Cemex Philippines ipo any thoughts? =)

CHP is for a long term investment
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ravlegazpicity on Aug 14, 2016, 06:06 AM
Sadly HVN (Golden Haven) is a loss!

Patience is a virtue.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: akocmark on Nov 24, 2016, 09:21 PM
Thoughts on Wilcon Depot's incoming IPO (March 2017)?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Hopialikeit on Dec 07, 2016, 06:59 PM
I thought pinaguusapan niyo na ang PIZZA
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: wilch23 on Dec 08, 2016, 08:21 AM
Ok kaya yang PIZZA, aside from Shakeys ano pa brand nila?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: noboss on Jan 02, 2017, 06:13 PM
PIZZA CHP SHLPH mabibigat market cap nyan. and kaka IPO. pang "long term". di yan DD type na when DD IPOed it has less than 10billion market cap kaya madali napaakyat. also sentiment of the market that time was going uptrend. PIZZA CHP and SHLPH were introduced on a downtrend market so iba ang sentiment.
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: kcmendoza on Jan 27, 2017, 06:57 PM
Any thoughts for Wilcon Depot if Good to buy
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: angeljme on Mar 17, 2017, 11:04 AM
Walang news dito about Wilcon IPO?
Sino naka-subscribe? wala akong notice sa COL... huhuhu

http://business.inquirer.net/225882/wilcon-sets-p5-p5-68-ipo-price-range
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: ghanie on Jul 19, 2017, 05:36 PM
Hello mga ka-PMT,

Approved na ang Chelsea IPO, ano sa tingin nyo, ok ba to? or damay damay to sa mangyayari kay 2GO?
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: nicoli26 on Aug 14, 2019, 02:13 PM
Hello ka PMT. Any feedback about Villar HOME IPO?

https://business.inquirer.net/274905/villar-home-improvement-retail-chain-going-public
Title: Re: Initial Public Offering (IPO) news in the Philippines
Post by: Dencio on Sep 07, 2019, 10:54 PM
I spoke to PNB manager near my office, sabi nya they will accept buyers ng All Home share ng IPO very soon.🏛 :applause:

A big chunk of ipo proceeds will go to debt payments.😱

But still looks good.🤓 :watchuthink: