Lopezlink Decenber 2010- January 2011DECEMBER 2010- JANUARY 2011 Power Plant Mall
unveils its attractions for one of the busiest seasons of the year. Amb. Manuel M. Lopez
urges executives to think “group” and ponder the meaning of being in the Lopez Group even as they chart directions for their respective companies at the five-year stra- t e - gic planning and annual budget conference.
Lopez Holdings Corporation shareholders approve the company’s employee stock option plan and employee stock purchase plan. Lopezlink February 2011 IssueFEBRUARY
ABS-CBN Foundation Inc. (AFI) reports on the status of the Pasig River
cleanup, specifically the revival of Paco Market and Estero de Paco.
ABS - CBN chairman and CEO Eugenio Lopez III reminds communication students at the 6th Pinoy Media Co n g re s s that “no matter what form of media you’re using, your audiences always come first.”
The Group takes home nine trophies, five of them courtesy of ABS-CBN, at the 46th Anvil Awards.
Lopezlink March 2011 IssueMARCH ABS-CBN’s News and Current Affairs
Department takes on new challenges under SVP Ging Reyes
After an earthquake and a tsunami strike Japan on March 11, Amb. Lopez moves to secure and extend help to the Filipinos affected by the twin disasters.
First Philippine Holdings (FPH) president Federico R. Lopez (FRL) leads the Lopez Group delegation to the Business Climate Action Summit.
Lopezlink April 2011 Issue
President Oscar R. Lopez Jr. discusses the past and future of Benpres Building and Eugenio Lopez Center, the storied structures managed by First Philippine Realty Corporation.
Amb. Lopez presents his credentials to Emperor Akihito at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
Lopezlink May 2011 IssueMAY
Lopez Holdings Corporation bounces back after a tough decade.
Five companies receive awards for exemplary corporate governance from the Institute of Corporate Directors. FPH receives the top Platinum Award, Lopez Holdings Corporation, EDC and ABS-CBN receive Gold Awards, and First Gen clinches a Silver Award.
Lopezlink June 2011 IssueJUNE
Lopez Group chairman emeritus Oscar M. Lopez
(OML), along with 23 others, summits Mt. Kinabalu
in late May.
“When I think back about what Meralco Securities Corporation (now FPH) has been through all these five decades I can’t help but be amazed,” says FRL during FPH’s 50th anniversary celebration. The company also unveils a fresh new corporate logo to convey its “journey and vision for the next 50 years.”
President Salvador Tirona says at the annual stockholders’ meeting that Lopez Holdings Corporation looks forward to a successful closure of its debt restructuring exercise “in the shortest time possible…”
Lopezlink July 2011 IssueJULY ABS-CBN Publishing Inc.
, under managing director Ernie Lopez
, proves print’s not dead—it just adapted to digital.
EDC ’ s 2010 integrated annual and sustainability report, Values @ work, becomes the first report of a Philippine company to be validated by the Global Reporting Initiative.
The Philippines, represented by Amb. Lopez, is elected as chair of the council of the Asean-Japan Centre.
The Group commemorates the 110th birth anniversary of founder Eugenio H. Lopez Sr. Lopezlink August 2011 IssueAUGUST
DZMM goes “SilveRadyo
” on its 25th anniversary.
At the Lopez Group Midyear Performance Reviews, Amb. Lopez commends everyone for doing their part to ensure the competitiveness of the companies in the Group.
OML receives the RVR Award for Nation Building from the Junior Chamber International and the AIM Center for CSR. Lopezlink September 2011 IssueSEPTEMBER Asian Eye Institute
celebrates its 10th anniversary with a scientific conference, medical mission and thanksgiving night.
Nine teams win Lopez Achievement Awards
(LAAs) during the Lopez Group Business Excellence Awards. AFI’s On the Way to Cleaning the Pasig, One Estero at a Time clinches the top LAA.
EDC receives the Client Leadership Award from the International Finance Corporation.
Lopezlink October 2011 IssueOCTOBER FPH
caps its 50th anniversary celebration with a gala concert and appreciation cocktails.
The Sikat II solar car backed by First Gen Corp., First Philec Solar Corp., EDC, First Philippine Industrial Park, First Balfour Inc. and Griffin Sierra Travel Inc. finishes in 17th place in the World Solar Challenge in Australia.
Lopezlink November 2011 IssueNOVEMBER
More than 80,000 runners join 11.20.2011 Run for the Pasig River
organized by Kapit Bisig Para sa Ilog Pasig.
Amb. Lopez, speaking at the annual strategic planning and budget conference, urges the attendees not to be distracted by political intrigues following a spate of negative publicity against the Group.
The Group collects eight citations at the 2011 Philippine Quill Awards, including an Award of Merit for LopezLink.