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1 st Philippine International Corporate Governance Forum Marching Towards Economic Sustainability. Corporate Governance: Beyond Compliance By Jose T. Sio , EVP and CFO, SM Investments Corp. August 15, 2012, Marriott Hotel Resorts World, Pasay City, Manila. Topic Road Map

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1 st philippine international corporate governance forum marching towards economic sustainability

1st Philippine InternationalCorporate Governance ForumMarching Towards Economic Sustainability

Corporate Governance: Beyond Compliance

By Jose T. Sio,

EVP and CFO, SM Investments Corp.

August 15, 2012, Marriott Hotel

Resorts World, Pasay City, Manila

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Topic Road Map

A. Evolution of Corporate Governance

B. Corporate Governance in the Philippines

C. Corporate Governance and Capital Markets

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Evolution of Corporate Governance:

Wave of High Profile Scandals, Fraud, Crisis

1990s - CEO dismissals in the US (IBM, Kodak, etc.);

Financial collapse of UK corporates (Polly Peck, Bank of Credit and Commerce Int’l, Maxwell Group,etc.)

1997 - Asian Financial Crisis

- Massive bankruptcies and criminal malfeasance

(Enron, Worldcom, AIG, AOL, Arthur Andersen, etc.)

- US Sub-prime Crisis goes global

- Greece crises and impacts Eurozone

2012 - JP Morgan’s “sloppy” deals, Barclays’ Libor-rigging scandal

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A.Reactions/Interventions to address crisis

- The Cadbury Report issued. Defined Boards’ responsibilities and accounting systems.

- OECD’s principles of corporate governance issued

- Sarbanes and Oxley passed into law in the US

- Bailouts of “too big to fail” corporates by governments

e.g. Troubled Asset Relief Program in the US

- Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act

Current - tighter monetary and financial policies, risk management

1st Conclusion: Crisis of Leadership

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B. Corporate Governance in the Philippines

  • - World Bank & IMF Report: Corporate Governance Assessment of the Philippines based on OECD Principles
  • High concentration of wealth by limited number of families
  • Weak enforcement of corporate law and capital market regulations
  • Weak corporate boards
  • Need to professionalize accounting and auditing sectors
  • Poor disclosures of financial and non-financial information
  • Unprotected rights of minority shareholders
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B. SEC, PSE and BSP Response

  • SEC issued Corporate Governance Code in 2002, amended in 2009
  • Required training and defined disqualifications of Directors
  • CG scorecard self-assessment issued and mandated
  • Required accreditation of external auditors, term of managing partner limited
  • Required setting up of various Board Committees
  • Imposed minimum of 2 independent directors in Boards
  • Required Audit Committees to Self-Assess Performance
  • 2nd Conclusion: More Regulation vs. Enforced Regulation
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C. Corporate Governance and Capital Market

  • 1) THE SM WAY
  • -- RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP
  • -- CASCADING THE CULTURE IN THE ENTIRE ORGANIZATION
  • -- PARTNERS in BUSINESS
  • a) Customers and Tenants
  • b) Suppliers and Contractors
  • c) Banks and creditors
  • d) Our people
  • e) Shareholders
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C. Corporate Governance and Capital Market

  • 2) Building the business and our reputation
  • -- revenues and income: growth path
  • -- accessing the capital market: cost, size and term
  • -- our share price: indication of trust