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Ma. Victoria C. Españo Message from the President:

Ma. Victoria C. Españo


PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

Year 2018 is indeed a special year for FINEX: it marks our 50th anniversary as a leading organization of finance professionals. Through the able leadership of our past presidents and the multitude of members who have actively participated in and supported our different initiatives, we have made significant achievements in supporting the professional development of finance executives,

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Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines
TO THE SECRETARIAT

Address:
FINEX OFFICE
ROBERTO DE OCAMPO CENTER FOR FINANCIAL EXCELLENCE
UNIT 1901, 19/F, 139 CORPORATE CENTER
VALERO ST. SALCEDO VILLAGE, MAKATI CITY

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Telephone: (632) 811-4052, 811-4184, 811-4187-89
Fax: (632) 811-4185
http://www.finex.org.ph

 














Meet our Staff

The Secretariat is the administrative and information center of the Financial Executives Institue of the Philippines. It seeks to provide efficient and timely support services to the general membership to enable the organization to successfully fulfill its aims and objectives.

The Secretariat is presently housed at the New Office Unit 1901, 19th Floor 139 Corporate Center Valero St. Salcedo Village Makati City. It is presently composed of ten staff members including the CMDC, FINEX Foundation and World Congress staff members.

The administrative staff provides secretariat services, coordinates all meetings activities and foundation undertaken by the board of Directors and the different committees, as well as the FINEX Foundation and the Foundation for Filipino Entrepreneurship, Inc. Its accounting functions include keeping the books of accounts, collection, preparation of financial statements, and billing. It also handles the reproduction of all publications and materials for dissemination and distribution to the members.


 

Michael B. Vinluan
Executive Director
Email Add.: mbvinluan@finex.org.ph



Cherrylene S. Basilio
Senior Staff
Lead Coordinator - Membership Cluster
Support Staff – Golden Jubilee
Email Add.: crsalazar@finex.org.ph



Jessel B. Bermido
Lead Coordinator - International Relations,
Junior FINEX and Women in Finance
Support Staff - Advocacy & CSR Group
Email Add.: jbbermido@finex.org.ph



Rowell O. Sura
Lead Coordinator - Professional Development Cluster
Support Staff - Elections
Email Add.: rosura@finex.org.ph



Editha S. Torres
Lead Coordinator - Advocacy and CSR Cluster
Email Add.: jstorres@finex.org.ph



Paul John R. Andasan
Accountant
Support Staff - Membership and Finance Clusters and FINEX Week
Email Add.: pjadasan@finex.org.ph



Marie Liza M. Banzon
Accountant
Support Staff - Finance Cluster and Audit
Email Add.: mlnbanzon@finex.org.ph



Myla G. Ninofranco
Support Staff - Advocacy & CSR Cluster
and Int’l. Relations
Email Add.: mgninofranco@finex.org.ph



Jeffrey T. Manalo
Support Staff - Professional Dev’t. Cluster, CFO Awards,
Junior FINEX & FFEI

Email Add.: jtmanalo@finex.org.ph



Phillip R. Suerte Felipe
IT Staff
Support Staff - Professional Dev’t. Cluster
Email Add.: admin@finex.org.ph



Chona R. Vergel
Administrative Assistant
Support Staff - Membership Cluster,
CFO Awards, FINEX Week, Citi
Junior Bankers and Women in Finance
Email Add.: crvergel@finex.org.ph



MESSENGERS:
          Renato R. Barrientos
          Eduardo P. Gerandoy

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Chinese influence in business
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BUSINESS MIRROR (FINEX Free Enterprise)
February 16, 2018

Chinese influence in business

With the celebration of Chinese New Year, it is a perfect time to look deeper into how the Chinese greatly influence our economy. When we see “made in China” nowadays, we usually relate that to cheap items, low quality, fake goods and imitations. But this article will not focus on the Chinese from the mainland but the Chinese who began their businesses generations ago and have children who are now Filipino-Chinese and successful businessmen themselves.

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Dr. Jose Pardo – Just Think Positive!
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Business World (FINEX Folio)
February 16, 2018

Dr. Jose Pardo – Just Think Positive!s

Last Saturday Jose “Titoy” Pardo, PSE Chairman and former Secretary of Trade/Finance was conferred the Degree of Doctor of Science in Finance by De La Salle University headed by Br. Raymundo Suplido.

At the luncheon celebration, the “new Doctor” was asked to dispense a cure to problems at hand, he shared how to cope with emerging VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) related problems. Dr. Pardo picked up from Dr. Charles Handy, author of The Age of Unreason, who said “All businesses or any economic activity are vulnerable to shock and inevitably will experience tremors in the market place. The important thing is to be quick in responding to change and to never succumb to the status quo style of management. If it ain’t broke, fix it.”

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MANILA TIMES(FINEX Files)
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PSE: Unified at last

More than 25 years after the merger of the Manila Stock Exchange (MSE) and the Makati Stock Exchange (MKSE) into the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), the country’s securities industry is set to be finally unified in a single trading floor.

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BUSINESS MIRROR(FINEX Free Enterprise)
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Ethical challenges in today’s world

Pundits sometimes quip that “business ethics” is an oxymoron, a contradiction in terms because it is said that there is an inherent conflict between ethics and the pursuit of profit. But more and more, as we see the effects of such unmitigated self-interest, we begin to wonder whether the mantra of the 1980s, “Greed is good” has not visited disaster on so many people today. Today we find ourselves in a quandary—is our world spinning out of control? Has evil taken root in every sphere of our lives, so that even the very means of our efforts to sustain our existence are now suspect?.

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A La Juventud Filipina
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BUSINESS MIRROR(FINEX Free Enterprise)
September 13, 2017

Faith in the workplace

It has often been considered that faith and the ordinary life of a person, that is his work, his daily activities, are not compatible. That, for instance, being ethical and being guided by morals in business or in the workplace, must be dichotomized from religious belief.

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Swedish death cleaning and Lagom (Business Option)
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Swedish death cleaning and Lagom

Mafe, my beloved spouse, has been asking me recently to start disposing some of the old stuff that have been untouched in our attic. After all, I’ve accumulated quite a ton of books, magazine and school stuff from studying and teaching all these years. And even my clothes and gadget collection (men stuff) have remained to pile up. It all came to head recently when she shared Margarita Magnusson’s new book, “The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning.”.

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