The insurer Sun Life of Canada (Philippines) Inc. (Slocpi) projects continued growth averaging 6.2 percent in terms of local output or the gross domestic product (GDP) this year no matter the global uncertainties and the domestic political noise in ... Business Mirror, 5 hours ago
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InterAksyon.com means BUSINESS MANILA - The Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) expects liquidity in the stock market to get a boost from the decision of the Insurance Commission (IC) to allow insurers to invest in equities. The IC recently ...Interaksyon, 1 week ago Philippines: Insurance Commissioner extends lapsed insurer license Business Insurance, 3 weeks ago Mapfre crafts bundled policy at a fraction of typical contract Business Mirror, 1 month ago CA confirms COA's Fabia Manila Bulletin, 1 month ago
SCREENGRAB from www.sec.gov.ph MANILA, PhilippinesThe Securities and Exchange Commission has approved a plan by tycoon George Ty-led conglomerate GT Capital Holdings Inc. to raise as much as P12 billion from a retail offering of long-term bonds. ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 6 days ago SEC approves GT Capital's debt sale Interaksyon, 1 week ago GT Capital launches P12B debt sale Interaksyon, 5 days ago GT Capital earmarks bond sale proceeds for property unit, debt refinancing Interaksyon, 3 weeks ago
The Philippine Prudential Life Insurance Company, Inc. (Philippine Prudential) reported that its net income grew by 18 percent to P11.9 million last year from P10.1 million in the previous year. In a statement, Gregorio B Mercado, Philippine ...Yahoo Philippines News, 2 weeks ago Philippine Prudential net income records 18% growth Philippines Daily Tribune, 2 weeks ago PHL Prudential 2013 income up 18%; medical insurance to boost profit growth for 2014 Business Mirror, 2 weeks ago Philippine Prudential rolls out new health plan Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
MANILA, Philippines The Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) described the insurance commercial in Hong Kong depicting a Filipina maid as lacking sensitivity, and said that Filipino household service workers there are indispensable. That was an ...Philippine Daily Inquirer, 1 month ago
Created on Wednesday, 04 June 2014 Published Date The Philippine Crop Insurance Corporation (PCIC) has recently launched the Weather Index-Based Crop Insurance (WIBCI) in Dumangas to help farmers recover from crop loss due to too little ...Philippine Department of Agriculture, 1 month ago PCIC pilots weather insurance in Iloilo Business World, 1 month ago Department of Agriculture of Republic of : PCIC launches Weather Index Based Crop Insurance in Dumangas 4 Traders, 1 month ago
More than 12 million Filipinos now have access to microinsurance products, according to the Philippine Insurers and Reinsurers Association. The best part is there are now more than 12 million Filipinos with some form of microinsurance, Pira ...Manila Standard Today, 3 weeks ago The need for health microinsurance Business Mirror, 1 day ago Mitigating systemic risks to ensure continued financial stability Business Mirror, 4 weeks ago
July 27, 2014 9:07 pm by KIM BERNARDO-LOKIN SPECIAL CONTRIBUTOR ITS all about making the right focus, Mark Lwin says, when asked about AIG Philippines and the direction it is now taking. Lwin is the president and chief executive officer of AIG ...Manila Times, 3 days ago
Insurance Commissioner Emmanuel F. Dooc has ordered preneed companies to report every month the withdrawals that they make from the trust funds they manage on behalf of their plan holders. Dooc issued the more frequent reporting requirement from ...Business Mirror, 1 week ago Regulated entities told: Observe new anti-money laundering strictures Business Mirror, 1 week ago Dooc now allows placements in exchange traded funds Business Mirror, 1 week ago Dooc requires frequent report on insurer financial health Business Mirror, 1 month ago
Share this: A study team led by Dr. Jose M. Yorobe Jr. of the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) has claimed that reduced crop insurance premiums encourage corn farmers to buy insurance policies. The team was commissioned by the ...Manila Bulletin, 1 week ago
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