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MetroPac backs investment forum

Metro Pacific Investment Corp., the largest infrastructure investment company in the country, is supporting the advocacy of the Shareholders’ Association of the Philippines to educate the public on the intricacies of investing.

MPIC, an active member of SharePHIL, has been helping push the association’s goals of promoting capital market development. This corporate governance advocacy ensures the creation of a level field among shareholders, consistent with best practices in

developed economies. 

Formed in mid-2011, SharePHIL envisions to become a major catalyst in promoting the development of the capital market. It advocates sustained education to enlighten investors and shareholders of their rights, duties and responsibilities and promote shareholder activism in a positive way.

As part of this ongoing initiative, the SharePHIL Summit 2014, with a theme “Philippines: Your Investment Destination,” will be held this week, when an elite list of prominent local executives and international government officials tackle a range of issues and topics focusing on investment opportunities in the country.

SharePHIL Summit 2014 will be held June 18 at 1:30 p.m. at the ballroom of Dusit Thani Hotel in Makati City. 

MPIC chairman and chief executive Manuel Pangilinan is among the guest of speakers, and will present his views on how to attract more foreign direct investments and what can be initiated to promote the interest of minority shareholders. 

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