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PREPARED BY : JIREH HONG, KIM CHENG, RUTH PARK, VICKY JUNG

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Transcript of PREPARED BY : JIREH HONG, KIM CHENG, RUTH PARK, VICKY JUNG

PREPARED BY : JIREH HONG, KIM CHENG, RUTH PARK, VICKY JUNG
- Well-known Manila businessman
Don Enrique Maria Barretto de Ycaza
y Esteban was given approval by
Spain in 1889.

- Established in 1890; called La
Fabrica de Cerveza de San Miguel.

BOARD MEMBERS
Ramon Ang
Vice Chairman, President,COO
ACQUISITIONS OR MERGERS
Acquisition
ㅈSAN MIGUEL CORPORATION
HISTORY
1920s - Royal Soft Drink Plant
- bottled coca cola
- purchase of Magnolia
1960s - name changed to San Miguel
1970s - major competitor Asa Brewery
1980s - Sorianos and Zobel feud
- Zobels sold their shares to Eduardo
Cojuangco, Jr.
- Cojuangco's shares resulted to 51%
- Soriano died and Cojuanco became
chairman.
- Cory became president; Cojuangco flew to
Hawaii with Marcos.
- Soriano lll took over
Corporation blossomed
- manufacturing plants in diff
countries
- 4x sales
1990s - Soriano resigned
2000s - Ramon Ang was appointed president
and COO (Chief Operating Officer)
Eduardo M. Cojuangco Jr.
Chairman, CEO, Chairman of Executive Committee
BOARD MEMBERS
BOARD MEMBERS
Margarito B. Teves Menardo R. Jimenez
Revnato S. Puno Joselito D. Campos, Jr
Ferdinand K. Constantino Inigo Zobel
Alexander J. Poblador Eric O. Recto
Estelito P. Mendoza Leo S. Alvez
Winston F. Garcia Roberto V. Ongpin
Thomas A. Tan
CORPORATE STRUCTURE
core businesses
- Beverages - Packaging
-Food
New investments
- Fuel and oil - Aviation
- Mining - Infrastructure
- power
BRANDS
SUBSIDIARIES
Magnolia
Petron Corporation
Philippines Airlines
Bank of Commerce
SUBSIDIARIES
San Miguel Brewery, Inc.
Ginebra San Miguel, Inc.
San Miguel Purefoods Company, Inc
SUBSIDIARIES
San Miguel Yamamura Packaging Corporation
San Miguel Properties, Inc
San Miguel Global Power Holdings
San Miguel Information Technology Systems Inc.
OTHER INVESTMENTS
Anchor Insurance Brokerage Corp.
SMC Retirement Funds Office
SMC Stock Transfer Corp.
ARCHEN Technologies
San Miguel Shipping & Lighterage Corp.
San Miguel Energy Corp.
Bell Telecommunications Philippines, Inc.
Liberty Telecommunications Holdings, Inc.
Eastern Telecommunications Philippines, Inc.
STOCK EXCHANGE
stock exchange
is an organized market for
buying and selling corporate and other
securities.
San Miguel Corporation - largest food, beverage, and packaging publicly listed company in Southeast Asia
- What is a publicly listed company?
a company offering its stock shares and bonds for sale to the public; through stock exchange, or market makers that operate over the counter markets
Security of the company is owned by many investors
: A corporate action in which a company buys most, if not all, of the target company's ownership stakes in order to assume control of the target firm.
Mergers
: The combining of two or more
companies, generally by offering the
stockholders of one company securities in
the acquiring company in exchange for
the surrender of their stock.
ACQUISITIONS OR MERGERS
- operates more that 100 facilities
in Southeast Asia and China
- Company's flagship unit = San Miguel Brewery
- Pure Food unit = food such as coffee, meats, dairy
products
- Packaging unit = 33% interest in Manila Electric and a
joint venture with Qatar Telecom (mobile and
broadband)

San Miguel Corp. is eyeing more acquisitions and joint ventures in the near future as part of its overall strategy to be a major player in the region
San Miguel Corporation
ACQUISITIONS OR MERGERS
SMC Acquisitions
- SMC has acquired the rights, pursuant to IPPA agreements with Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation to administer three power plants in Sual, Llin and San Roque. SMC acquired the Limay Power Plant, which it operates as the Independent Power Producer (IPP)
Sual Power
Plant
San Roque
Power Plant
ACQUISITIONS OR MERGERS
SMC made the following telecommunications acquisitions:
a. A 100.0% equity interest in Bell Telecommunications Philippines (BellTel )

b. Through the acquisition of 100.0% of the issued and outstanding shares of A. G. N. Philippines, Inc. (AGNP) acquired a 40.0% in Eastern Telecommunications Philippines, Inc.(Eastern Telecoms)
ACQUISITIONS OR MERGERS
SMC Mergers:
- Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has
approved the merger of two subsidiaries of

- (SMPFC said) the SEC allowed the merger of
Monterey Foods Corp. and San Miguel Foods
Inc. (SMFI)
- Before the approval of the merger, San Miguel
Pure Foods Company Inc. owned 100% and
97.7% of the capital stock of SMFI and Monterey.
San Miguel Pure Foods Company Inc's (SMPFC)
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
San Miguel Foundation, Inc
- Social development arm of San Miguel Corporation
-Non-profit, non-stack
Vision
: to contribute towards the
improvement of life in the public it serves.
Mission
:empowerment of SMC host
communities and stake holders by
pursuing mutually beneficial
programs that lead to self-reliance
and sustainability.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
GOALS:
To promote education to youth from poor/low income families through scholarships, literacy classes, and support programs such as book donations and to strengthen communities through provision of basic social services and building activities.
The San Miguel Foundation Team
Camille B. Buenaventura
Executive Director

Jennifer E. ROdriguez
Ken B. Reston
Program Officers

Rona Mei Y. Tanchico
Program Assistants
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Community and Enterprise Development
1. Enterprise development
2.Community clinics
3.Barangay strengthening
4. Medical missions
ISSUES:
San Miguel Corp disaster relief drive in full swing
When : August 21, 2013, 7:44pm
Released by : GMA Network news
About : San Miguel Corporation continues to assist in disaster response efforts for victims of tropical storm Maring and Habagat.
Details :
- San Miguel Foundation
in
Paranaque, Laguna and Cavite provinces; donation benefited
close to
- San Miguel Corp tumed over
to the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) for distribution
donated 3,000 cases of bottled water,
over 1,500 boxes of canned good and boxes of coffee
30,000 families.
P 3 million worth of relief goods
ISSUES :
Government determined to replace Dojuangco as SMC chairman
When : February 1, 2001, 12am
Written by : Rocel C. Felix
Released by : Philippine Star
About : The government appears determined to kick out Eduardo Cojuangco Jr. as chairman and chief executive officer of San Miguel Corp. (SMC) once the courts decide in favor of the government on the issue of ownership of the disputed 27% take in the food and drink gian.
Details:
- Finance Secretary Alberto Romulo said that if the
Sandiganbayan says the stake in question belongs to
government, it is up to the government to hire the best
possible manager for the company.
- SMC Chairman Eduardo "Danding" Cojuangco Jr. is not
assured of keeping his post, even if he steered SMC into
profitability again; he might not be hired by the
government if there are better managers.
- "Romulo said, adding, "The position of government is that
the shares held by Cojuangco are shares bought with the
coco levy and thus, are public funds."" (as quoted from the
article)

THANK YOU!
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