Political use of Marcos' medical condition The use of false identities, aliases, is modus operandi for criminals, to achieve a sense of protective anonymity. Most often enough, it is done when secretly squirreling away ill-gotten wealth. Among the many secrets the Marcoses kept in Malacanang vaults liberated by People Power, and thereafter shared with the world, were the Swiss bank accounts of Ferdie and Meldy. It is a fact beyond the reach of their present-day revisionists. “William Saunders” and “Jane Ryan” were the aliases they utilized in opening their secret “His” and “Hers” accounts with the Credit Suisse in Zurich. As early as 1968, during the first legitimate term of Ferdinand E. Marcos as President, they had already began ‘squirreling’ away! The indisputable documentary evidence of this discovery were the very supporting “signature verification forms,” of Credit Suisse with coded deposit and … [Read more...] about OPINION: Ferdinand E. Marcos alias William Saunders alias Tony Bundoc
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MANILA -- With a few taps on the cracked screen of his prepaid smartphone, digital wallet founder Ron Hose sent P100 to another mobile device, illustrating how technology is making banking more accessible, even to those who can't afford iPhones. Keeping a crumbling smartphone approximates the plight of millions of unbanked Filipinos, said Hose, whose app allows users to pay bills, send money and buy prepaid load minus transaction fees and long queues at the bank. "I know many of our customer are unfortunately still unbanked so I want to make sure I live through the same experience," Hose told ABS-CBN News. "What matters to them is not having a bank account, what matters to them is having access to services. The underlying behavior is changing because the underlying behavior is actually created based on artificial constraints. It’s changing for the better," Hose said. Mobile apps are fast becoming a gateway for financial service providers who seek to reach out to unbanked … [Read more...] about Cracked screen no problem as apps propel digital banking in PH
Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Cannabidiol is being touted as a magical elixir, a cure-all now available in bath bombs, dog treats and even pharmaceuticals. But maybe it’s just a fix for our anxious times. Credit Credit Photo Illustration by Eric Helgas for The New York Times Supported by ByAlex Williams Oct. 27, 2018 It’s hard to say the precise moment when CBD, the voguish cannabis derivative, went from being a fidget spinner alternative for stoners to a mainstream panacea. Maybe it was in January, when Mandy Moore, hours before the Golden Globes, told Coveteur that she was experimenting with CBD oil to relieve the pain from wearing high heels. “It could be a really exciting evening,” she said. “I could be floating this year.” Maybe it was in July, when Willie Nelson introduced a line of CBD-infused coffee beans called Willie’s Remedy. “It’s two of my favorites, together in … [Read more...] about Why Is CBD Everywhere?
Public stockholders’ right to voting preferred sharesFIRST Gen Corp. (FGen) belongs to the group of companies owned and controlled by the Lopez family, who also owns ABS-CBN Corp. Both FGen and ABS-CBN have their common shares listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). In an amended general information sheet (GIS), FGen’s authorized capital stock is composed of five billion common shares with P1 par value per share; one billion preferred B shares and one billion preferred E shares with par value of P0.50 per share; 100 million preferred F shares and 135 million preferred G shares with par value of P10 per share. Unlike other listed companies, FGen did not list in its GIS the number of its Filipino and foreign stockholders. It simply reported the number of shares held by Filipino and foreign stockholders.The company reported its ownership profile as the basis in determining the number of voters and attendees during its annual stockholders’ meeting on May 8. As of … [Read more...] about Public stockholders’ right to voting preferred shares