President's Message
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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CAPITAL MARKETS DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE



Eric Roberto M. Luchangco
Chairman

Managing Director, BPI Capital Corp.



Members

Eduardo V. Franscisco
Ador A. Abrogena
Maria Theresa Marcial-Javier
Atty. benedicta Du-Baladad
Marilou C. Cristobal
Eduardo A. Gana
Eduardo M. Olbes
Ruby Rose J. Yusi

FEATURED ARTICLES
Empowering the marginalized
J. Albert GamboaBy J. Albert Gamboa

Manila Times (Finex Files)
January 27, 2017

Empowering the marginalized

The year of the Rooster, 2017, has barely started but the country has already seen the launch of several important events. Miss Universe Organization President Paula Shugart arrived in Manila to spearhead the nationwide activities leading to the 65th Miss Universe pageant on Jan. 30 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.

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Ethical challenges in today’s world
By Mercedes B. SuleikBy Mercedes B. Suleik

BUSINESS MIRROR(FINEX Free Enterprise)
February 14, 2018

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
By Mercedes B. SuleikBy Mercedes B. Suleik

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
BENEL D. LAGUABy BENEL D. LAGUA

Swedish death cleaning and Lagom (Business Option)
Feb.15, 2018

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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Why native trees?
Flor G. TarrielaBy Flor G. Tarriela

MANILA BULLETIN (Business Option)
February 8, 2018

Why native trees?

At a recent typhoon that hit Metro Manila on the way to Tagaytay, I noticed many fallen trees, Acacia and Tulip trees. Later I found out these fallen trees were actually “alien” trees and not native to the Philippines.

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Fintech hub in Asia’s Silicon Valley
J. Albert GamboaBy J. Albert Gamboa

BUSINESS WORLD(FINEX Folio)
February 9, 2018

Fintech hub in Asia’s Silicon Valley

The emergence of financial technology or “fintech” in modern business jargon dates back to 1993. That was during the time New York-headquartered Citicorp, the holding company of Citibank, established the Financial Services Technology Consortium as the banking industry’s original forum for collaboration on technical issues.

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