APC Group, Inc.
#31
wala pang nakakapansin nito dito twistedtwistedtwisted
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#32
Source: http://1kagemusha.blogspot.com/2013/01/s...ction.html

stok tots: on apc's par value reduction (12 jan 2013)

recently, apc disclosed to the pse that its bored of directors approved the reduction of its par value from 1 peso to 35 centavos (see 1 below) ... it further disclosed that the reduction in par value aims to reduce the capital deficit of apc by 5,888,635,367 (see 2 below) ... as of 3Q2012, aps's deficit is 7.736 billion pesos (see 3 below) ... the reduction in par value will be submitted for stockholders' approval in june 2013 .. and the sec's approval is expected by end of september 2013 ...

why would apc management want to reduce the company's capital deficit via reduction in par value? here's what one internet source (see 4 below) tells us about why companies reduce their par value:

1. to support future dividend payments if the company is experiencing accumulated loss. Capital reduction will compensate for a deficit in retained earnings allowing the firm to pay dividends without waiting for current operating results.

2. to support capital increases by new investors

3. to encourage efficiency of capital usage, which consequently improves financial ratios (e.g., ROE, ROA, total asset turnover) and increases the company’s attractiveness among investors.

with the reduction in par value and capital deficit, however, i reckon that apc still wont be declaring dividends in the coming days/months ... thus i can only assume that apc"s capital restructuring exercise is in preparation for new investments ... either by old investors or new ones ... either way ... whether it is declaring divs or new investments/investors ... these could only mean well for the shareholders of apc ...
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#33
(01-16-2013, 12:11 AM)BASURERO Wrote: wala pang nakakapansin nito dito twistedtwistedtwisted

ito ba isusunod mo bro Don Basurero? hehehe
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#34
(01-16-2013, 10:23 AM)RamblingMan Wrote: Source: http://1kagemusha.blogspot.com/2013/01/s...ction.html

stok tots: on apc's par value reduction (12 jan 2013)

recently, apc disclosed to the pse that its bored of directors approved the reduction of its par value from 1 peso to 35 centavos (see 1 below) ... it further disclosed that the reduction in par value aims to reduce the capital deficit of apc by 5,888,635,367 (see 2 below) ... as of 3Q2012, aps's deficit is 7.736 billion pesos (see 3 below) ... the reduction in par value will be submitted for stockholders' approval in june 2013 .. and the sec's approval is expected by end of september 2013 ...

why would apc management want to reduce the company's capital deficit via reduction in par value? here's what one internet source (see 4 below) tells us about why companies reduce their par value:

1. to support future dividend payments if the company is experiencing accumulated loss. Capital reduction will compensate for a deficit in retained earnings allowing the firm to pay dividends without waiting for current operating results.

2. to support capital increases by new investors

3. to encourage efficiency of capital usage, which consequently improves financial ratios (e.g., ROE, ROA, total asset turnover) and increases the company’s attractiveness among investors.

with the reduction in par value and capital deficit, however, i reckon that apc still wont be declaring dividends in the coming days/months ... thus i can only assume that apc"s capital restructuring exercise is in preparation for new investments ... either by old investors or new ones ... either way ... whether it is declaring divs or new investments/investors ... these could only mean well for the shareholders of apc ...


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#35
There's a big chance that this would make another run tomorow. Very good volume and chart yesterday. Gap up lang. No ceiling. Lol.
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#36
Galing RM. nakakuha ako konti nung mag post ka last jan 16. thanks. :-)
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#37
Congrats bro 3SDGL. Don't thank me though, thank kage musha. Smile
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#38
Sy Group to consolidate energy units into one firm

MANILA, Philippines - APC Group Inc. expects to complete its restructuring plan this year, setting the stage for its transformation into an entity that will possibly hold all the energy-related assets of the family of tycoon Henry Sy Sr.

Informed sources said APC, which is 46 percent owned by the Sy-led Belle Corp., is undertaking an overhaul of its operations and sees its disposal/restructuring program picking up speed this year.

“APC will finish its restructuring plan within the year. Its main goal is to concentrate in energy resource exploration and development to capitalize on the expected increase in demand for power,” the source said.

“The Sys are likely to inject its other power-related investments into APC, which will serve as its listed holding vehicle for projects in this sector,” the source added.

http://www.philstar.com/business/2013/04...s-one-firm
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#39
Makasali nga dito. Hintay hintay lang. Baka magpa cute eh.
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#40
any news about this? mukang may nag iimbak para sa tag-ulan... Big Grin
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