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30 members of Philippine Stocks Exchange Indices (PSEi)

Updated on April 10, 2017


The Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi) is the main stock market index of the Philippines. It is formerly known as PHISIX. This index is the home of the major public companies of the country.

Recently, the Phillipine Stock Exchange (PSE) announces the 30 companies that will compose the PSEi based on the different criteria setforth and approved previously. The following are the criteria required to meet in order to be a member of the PSEi group.

1. Free Float Level at least 12%;

2. Must be among the 25% by median daily value per month for at least nine out of 12 months;

3. Top 30 based on full market capitalization;

1. Ayala Corporation (AC)

Ayala Corporation (AC) is currently headed by its chairman and chief executive officer Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala. Its main business engage in property development, banking and insurance, telecommunications, water distribution, sewerage and sanitation services, electronics manufacturing and automotive dealerships.

The company was founded in 1834 and incorporated in 1968.Eight years later, it was listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange.

Its associated companies are Ayala Land Inc. (ALI), Bank of the Philippine Island (BPI), Globe Telecom (GLO), Manila Water Company (MWC), Integrated Micro-Electronic Inc. (IMI), Honda Cars Makati Inc., Isuzu Dealerships Inc., and Ayala Foundation. The first five companies are also listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).

2. Aboitiz Equity Venture Inc. (AEV)

Aboitiz Equity Ventures Inc., a company based in Cebu,is the holding company of the Aboitiz Group. It was incorporated in September 11, 1989 as Cebu Pan Asian Holdings, Inc but four years after, it change its corporate name into what it is known to us today. AEV is mainly engaged in sea transportation, power generation and distribution, food manufacturing, and financial services.

3. Alliance Global Group Inc. (AGI)

Alliance Global Group Inc. (AGI) is a diversified holding company presently engaged in the food and beverage, real estate, quick service restaurant and glass manufacturing. It was incorporated on October 12, 1993 and listed its shares on the Philippine Stock Exchange on April 19, 1999. The company is headed by Andrew Tan as its CEO.

AGI's subsidiaries include, among others, Emperador Distillers, Inc.; Anglo Watsons Glass, Inc.; Alliance Global Brands, Inc.; Megaworld Corporation; Travellers International Hotel Group, Inc.; Golden Arches Development Corporation and Golden Arches Realty Corporation.

4. Ayala Land Inc. (ALI)

Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is a subsidiary of the Ayala Corporation which business mainly focuses on real estate development. Its core businesses are composed of strategic landbank management, residential development, shopping centers, office business, and hotels and resorts. It was incorporated in 1988 and became a public company last July 1991.

The Company has more than 50 subsidiaries across these businesses, the notable ones include: Alveo Land Corporation; Avida Land Corporation; Amaia Land Co; Laguna Technopark, Inc; and Ayala Property Management Corporation.

5. Aboitiz Power Corporation (AP)

Aboitiz Power Corporation (AP) was incorporated on February 13, 1998 as a holding company for the Aboitiz Group’s investments in power generation, distribution, retail and power services.

Its history can be traced back all the way to 1918 with the 20% ownership of the Aboitiz clan in the Visayas Electric Company (VECO). To date, it’s the third largest privately-owned electric utility in the country in term of customers and annual gigawatt-hour sales.It has several hydroelectric and geothermal assets in its generation portfolio and also has non-renewable power plants located across the country. The company also owns distribution utilities that operate in high-growth areas in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

In July 2007, Aboitiz Power had its Initial Public Offering and its common shares were officially listed in the Philippine Stock Exchange.

Company Name
Market Capitalization
Issued Shares
Ayala Corporation
Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Inc.
Alliance Global Group, Inc.
Ayala Land, Inc.
Aboitiz Power Corporation

6. BDO Unibank (BDO)

BDO Unibank Inc. (BDO), is the second largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets. It is owned by the SM Group of Companies, with substantial interests in financial services, real estate development, and tourism and entertainment, founded around its core business in commercial centers and retailing. BDO became public and listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange on May 21, 2002.

7. Belle Corporation (BEL)

Belle Corporation (BEL) is a public-listed real estate development and gaming company originally incorporated in 1973 as Belle Mining and Oil Exploration. In 1989, Belle Resources developed a golf club named Tagaytay Highlands International Golf Club, Inc., which became its initial foray into the property development sector. Thereafter, Belle Resources changed its name to Belle Corporation in 1994 to underscore the shift in its principal activity.

The Company's affiliates consist of Belle Bay City Corporation, Metro Manila Turf Club, Inc, and Pacific Online Systems Corporation.The company’s stock was one of the stocks that tripled in value in 2010. As of January 7, 2011, Belle Corporation has a total market capitalization of P30.36 billion.

BEL's property development projects are located in Tagaytay City and Batangas, which includes, among others, Alta Mira, Fairfield, Lakeside Fairways, Lakeview Heights, Pinecrest Village, Plantation Hills, Tagaytay Highlands Golf Club, and Tagaytay Midlands Golf Club.

8. Bloomberry Resorts Corporation (BLOOM)

Bloomberry Resorts Corporation (BLOOM), is a public company listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange that develops tourist facilities, casino entertainment, and hotel and amusement-themed projects. It is headed by its CEO, Enrique K. Razon Jr.

9. Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)

Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) was founded in 1851 and was incorporated on January 4, 1943 and went public on October 12, 1971. It is the oldest bank in the Philippines still in operation and is the country's third largest bank in terms of assets, the country's largest bank in terms of market capitalization, and the country's most profitable bank. It is owned by the Ayala Corporation and its chairman is Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala

It has two major categories for products & services. The first category covers its deposit taking and lending/investment activities. The second category covers services other than and auxiliary to the core deposit taking, lending, and investing business, and from which is derived commissions, service charges & fees from turnover volume.

10. DMCI Holdings Inc. (DMC)

DMCI Holdings, Inc. (DMC) was incorporated on March 8, 1995 as a holding company to consolidate all construction business, construction component companies, and related interests of the Consunji Family. It became a public company on December 18, 1995.The company is Chaired by David M. Consunji, one of the Forbes Filipino billionaire for 2012.

DMC expanded its business organization to include four major subsidiaries, namely, D.M. Consunji, Inc.; DMCI Project Developers, Inc.; Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Company of Manila, Inc.; and Semirara Mining Corporation. Other subsidiaries of the Company include DMCI Power Corporation, DMCI Mining Corporation and DMCI-MPIC Water Company, Inc.

Company Name
Market Capitalization
Issued Share
BDO Unibank Inc.
Belle Corporation
Bloomberry Resorts Corp.
Bank of the Philippine Islands
DMCI Holdings, Inc.

11. Energy Development Corp.(EDC)

Energy Development Corporation (EDC) is the largest producer of geothermal energy in the Philippines and the second largest in the world. It was incorporated and registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 5, 1976.

The company was formerly owned by the Philippine National Oil Company, a state owned corporation but was privatized and acquired by the Lopez group as part of its energy and power supply utility business units. Presently, its President Richard B. Tantoco and chairman emeritus Oscar M. Lopez.

12. First Gen. Corporation (FGEN)

First Gen Corporation (FGEN) was incorporated on December 22, 1998 which main business focus on power generation. Currently headed by its CEO Federico R. Lopez.

The different subsidiaries under FGEN consist of First Gas Holdings Corporation; Unified Holdings Corporation; First Gen Renewables, Inc.; Prime Meridian Powergen Corporation; First Gas Power Corporation; and First Gas Pipeline Corporation.

13. Globe Telecom Inc (GLO)

Globe Telecom GLO is a telecommunications company in the Philippines. It provides digital mobile communication services nationwide including voice, data and value added services to its mobile subscribers through three major brands: Globe Postpaid, Globe Prepaid and TM.

It was originally incorporated on January 15, 1935 as Globe Wireless Limited with a franchise to operate wireless long distance message services in the Philippines. The Company eventually changed its name to the present one in 1992, and welcomed Singapore Telecom, Inc. as a new foreign partner the following year.

The Company's subsidiaries are composed of Innove Communications Inc.; G-Xchange, Inc.; Entertainment Gateway Group Corp.; EGGstreme (Hong Kong) Limited; and GTI Business Holdings, Inc.

14. International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICT)

International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (ICT) was incorporated on December 24, 1987 to operate, manage and develop the Manila International Container Terminal (MICT), which handles international container cargo at the Port of Manila. In May 1988, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) awarded the MICT contract to ICT. The Company started operating the MICT on June 12, 1988.

The principal business of ICT is the management, operation and development of container terminals. ICT and its subsidiaries provide cargo handling and related services to container, storage facilities and services, and roll-on roll-off (RORO) and anchorage services to non-containerized cargo or general cargo.

15. Jolibee Foods Corporation (JFC)

Jollibee Foods Corporation (JFC) is a fast-food restaurant chain based in the Philippines which was incorporated on January 28, 1978. Its principal business is the development, operation, and franchising of quick-service restaurants under the trade name "Jollibee".

Its subsidiaries in the Philippines are Fresh & Famous Foods, Inc., Red Ribbon Bakeshop, Inc., and Mang Inasal Phils., Inc. Currently, it is headed by its President and CEO Tony Tan Caktiong.

Company Name
Market Capitalization
Issued Share
Energy Development Corp.
First Gen Corp.
Globe Telecom, Inc.
Int'l Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Jollibee Foods Corp.

16. JG Summit Holdings Inc. (JGS)

JG Summit Holdings, Inc. (JGS) is one of the largest conglomerates in the Philippines controlled by the Gokongwei clan. Its business interests centered in air transportation, banking, food manufacturing, hotels, petrochemicals, power generation, publishing, real estate and property development, telecommunications and textiles. At present, it is headed by John Gokongwei.

17. Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company (MBT)

Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company (MBT) or commonly known as Metrobank is the second largest bank in the Philippines. It was incorporated on April 6, 1962 by a group of Filipino businessmen namely George Ty, Don Emilio Abello, Don Pio Pedroso and Placido Mapa, Sr. primarily to offer financial services to the Filipino-Chinese community.

Its business is to provide a broad range of banking and collateral services such as borrowing and lending, trade finance, remittances, treasury, investment banking, and thrift banking to all sectors of the Philippine economy. Presently, MBT is chaired by Arthur Ty.

The following are its subsidiaries: Philippine Savings Bank, First Metro Investment Corp., Metrobank Card Corp., AXA Philippines, Toyota Motor Philippines Corp., Metrobank Foundation.

18. Megaworld Corporation (MEG)

Megaworld Corporation (MEG) was incorporated on August 24, 1989 under the name of Megaworld Properties & Holdings, Inc. It was founded by Andrew Tan which main business is real estate development, leasing and marketing.

MEG's subsidiaries include Megaworld Land, Inc., Prestige Hotels & Resorts, Inc., Mactan Oceanview Properties and Holdings, Inc., Richmonde Hotel Group International Limited, among others. In 1994 the company went public under the stock symbol MEG.

19. Manila Electric Company (MER)

Manila Electric Company (MER) popularly known as MERALCO was incorporated in 1919. The acronym MERALCO came from the company's original name the Manila Electric Railroad and Light Company. It is engaged in the distribution and sale of electric energy through its distribution network facilities in its franchise area. Its market is categorized into four sectors such as residential, commercial, industrial, and streetlights. It is the largest distributor of electric power in the Philippines and the only electric power distributor that holds electric distribution in the 31 cities and 80 municipalities over Luzon.

MER's subsidiaries are Meralco Industrial Engineering Services Corporation, Corporate Information Solutions, Inc., Rockwell Land Corporation, Meralco Energy, Inc., e-Meralco Ventures, Inc., Meralco Financial Services Corporation, Clark Electric Distribution Corporation, Meralco PowerGen Corporation (MGen), Republic Surety, and Insurance Company, Inc., and Lighthouse Overseas Insurance Company, Limited.

The company is headed by its Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan.

20. Metro Pacific Investment Corporation (MPI)

Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPI) was incorporated on March 20, 2006 as a holding company for investments in real estate and infrastructure projects. MPI is 59.05%-owned by Metro Pacific Holdings, Inc.

MPI holds interests in water and sewerage utility company, Maynilad Water Services, Inc., through DMCI-MPI Water Company; toll roads through Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MNTC) and its subsidiaries, Manila North Tollways Corporation and Tollways Management Corporation; hospitals through Medical Doctors Inc. and Davao Doctors Hospital Inc., Riverside Medical Center, Inc., and East Manila Hospital Manager's Corporation; and real estate through Metro Pacific Corporation.

Company Name
Market Capitalization
Issued Share
JG Summit Holdings, Inc.
Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company
Megaworld Corporation
Manila Electric Company
Metro Pacific Investments Corp.

21. Manila Water Company Inc. (MWC)

Manila Water Company, Inc. (MWC) was incorporated on January 6, 1997 to provide water delivery and sewerage and sanitation services to a broad range of residential, commercial and industrial customers.

MWC is a joint venture among Ayala Corporation (AC), United Utilities Pacific Holdings, BV and Mitsubishi Corporation until it became a subsidiary of AC in 2010. Its president is Gerardo C. Ablaza, Jr.

22. Petron Corporation (PCOR)

Petron Corporation (PCOR) was incorporated in 1966 as Esso Philippines, Inc. and later renamed to Petrophil Corporation when the Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC) acquired Esso. In 1985, Petrophil Corporation and Bataan Refinery Corporation (formerly Standard Vacuum Refining Corporation) were merged, with Petrophil as the surviving corporation. Petrophil later changed its corporate name to Petron Corporation. In 1994, PNOC sold 40% of its shares in PCOR to Aramco Overseas Company B.V. (AOC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco).

PCOR's principal business involves the refining of crude oil and the marketing and distribution of refined petroleum products, mainly for the domestic market. The Company sells a full range of refined petroleum products, including industrial fuel oil, diesel, gasoline, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), jet fuel, kerosene, asphalt, solvent and mixed xylene and propylene. Straight-run fuel oil, diesel, and mixed xylene and propylene are exported while lubricating oils and greases are manufactured at PCOR's Lube Oil Blending Plant at the Pandacan Terminal.

At present, PCOR has seven subsidiaries, namely, New Ventures Realty Corporation, Petrogen Insurance Corporation, Overseas Insurance Corporation, Ltd., Petron Foundation, Inc., Petron Freeport Corporation, Petron Marketing Corporation, and Petron Singapore Trading Pte. Ltd.

23. Philex Mining Corporation (PX)

Philex Mining (PX) was incorporated in the Philippines on July 19, 1955 and was listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange on November 23, 1956. The company and its subsidiaries are organized into two main business groupings: the mining business under Philex Mining and the energy and hydrocarbon business under Philex Petroleum Corporation (PPC). The company is chaired by Manuel V. Pangilinan.

24. Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC)

Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) was incorporated on June 4, 1980 to serve as the real estate investment arm of JG Summit Holdings, Inc. (JGS) and its subsidiaries. RLC has four wholly-owned consolidated subsidiaries consisting of Robinsons Inn, Inc., Robinsons Realty and Management Corporation, Robinsons (Cayman) Limited, and Robinsons Properties Marketing and Management Corporation, and a 51%-owned company, Altus Angeles, Inc. and an 80%-owned subsidiary, Altus San Nicolas Corp.

RLC and its subsidiaries are engaged in the business of selling, acquiring, constructing, developing, leasing and disposing of real properties such as land, buildings, shopping malls, commercial centers and housing projects, hotels and other variants and mixed-used property projects. Presently, it is headed by its President and COO Frederick D. Go.

25. Semirara Mining Corporation (SCC)

Semirara Mining Corporation (SCC) was incorporated on February 26, 1980 to explore, develop, and mine the coal resources in Semirara Island located in Caluya, Antique. The Company executed a coal operating contract with the Department of Energy in 1977 (amended 1981) for the exploration, development, mining and utilization of coal in Semirara Island, which has an estimated coal reserve of 150 million metric tons.

SCC generates majority of its revenues through the production of sub-bituminous coal, with additional revenues coming from coal handling services at the Calaca Plants from the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, SEM-Calaca Power Corporation.

As of December 31, 2011, SCC has three wholly-owned subsidiary, namely: SEM-Calaca Power Corporation, SEM-Cal Industrial Park Developers Inc., and Southwest Luzon Power Generation Corporation. The Company is a majority-owned subsidiary of DMCI Holdings, Inc.

Company Name
Market Capitalization
Issued Share
Manila Water Company, Inc.
Petron Corporation
Philex Mining Corporation
Robinsons Land Corporation
Semirara Mining Corporation

26. SM Investments Corporation (SM)

SM Investments Corporation (SM) was incorporated on January 15, 1960. It is the holding company of the SM Group of Companies. SM is engaged in five core businesses through its subsidiaries, namely, shopping mall development and management (SM Prime Holdings, Inc.), retail (SM Department Stores, SM Supermarket, SM Hypermarket and SaveMore Stores); financial services (BDO Unibank Inc. and China Banking Corporation) and real estate development and tourism (SM Land, Inc., SM Development Corporation, Costa Del Hamilo, Inc. Highlands Prime, Inc. and Belle Corporation) and hotels and conventions (SM Hotels, SMX Convention Specialists, Hotel Specialists - Tagaytay, Cebu and Pico).

29. Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (TEL)

Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (TEL) was incorporated on November 28, 1928 following the merger of four telephone companies under US ownership, namely, Philippine Telephone and Telegraph Company, Cebu Telephone and Telegraph Company, Panay Telephone and Telegraph Company, and Negros Telephone and Telegraph Company.

It offers the largest and most diversified range of telecommunications services across the Philippines’ most extensive fiber optic backbone and fixed line, cellular and satellite networks through its three principal business groups - fixed line, wireless, and information and communication technology -.

TEL's subsidiaries and affiliates include Smart Communications, Inc., ACeS Philippines Cellular Satellite Corporation, PLDT Clark Telecom, Inc., PLDT-MaraTel, Inc., PLDT Subic Telecom, Inc., Smart-NTT Multimedia, Inc., Bonifacio Communications Corporation, PLDT Global Corporation, PLDT-PhilCom, Inc., all are telecommunication service providers, and ePLDT, Inc., an integrated information and communications technology provider.

Manuel V. Pangilinan is the chairman of the company.

27. San Miguel Corporation (SMC)

San Miguel Corporation (SMC) is a food, beverage and packaging company established in 1890 initially as a single-product brewery. The Company's extensive product portfolio includes beer, hard liquor, carbonated and non-carbonated non-alcoholic beverages, processed and packaged food products, meat, poultry, dairy products and a number of packaging products. SMC's flagship product, San Miguel Beer, is among the world's largest selling beers.

From its original cerveza, SMC now owns a wide range of popular beverage brands and products that extends from beer to hard liquor, soft drinks, bottled water, powdered juice and juice drinks. The Company's food operations involve poultry and livestock operations, the production and marketing of fresh, ready-to-cook and processed meats as well as milk, butter, cheese, margarine, ice cream, flour and flour-based products, snack foods, coffee, cooking oil, and animal and aquatic feeds.

Through the partnerships it has forged with major international companies, SMC has gained access to the latest technologies and expertise. SMC's strategic partnerships with international companies include Yamamura Glass Company, Ltd. (NYG), Hormel Foods International Corporation (HFIC) of the United States, Super Coffee Corporation Pte Ltd (SCCPL) of Singapore, Penderyn Pte Ltd. (Penderyn) and Kirin Holdings Company Limited (Kirin), one of the largest beer manufacturing company in Japan.

The company is currently headed by its COO Ramon S. Ang.

28. SM Prime Holdings Inc. (SMPH)

SM Prime Holdings, Inc. (SMPH) was incorporated on January 6, 1994 to develop, conduct, operate and maintain the business of modern commercial shopping centers and all related businesses. The Company's main sources of revenues include rental income from leases in mall and food court, cinema ticket sales and amusement income from bowling and ice skating.

SMPH's subsidiaries are First Asia Realty Development Corporation, Premier Central, Inc., Consolidated Prime Dev. Corp., Premiere Southern Corp., San Lazaro Holdings Corporation, First Leisure Ventures Group, Inc., Southernpoint Properties Corp., Mega Make Enterprises Limited, Affluent Capital Enterprises Limited, SM Land (China) Limited, and Springfield Global Enterprises Limited.

30. Universal Robina Corporation (URC)

Universal Robina Corporation (URC) was founded in 1954 when Mr. John Gokongwei, Jr. established Universal Corn Products, Inc., a cornstarch manufacturing plant in Pasig. The Company is involved in a wide range of food-related businesses, including the manufacture and distribution of branded consumer foods, production of hogs and day-old chicks, manufacture of animal and fish feeds, glucose and veterinary compounds, flour milling, and sugar milling and refining.

URC operates its food business through operating divisions and wholly-owned or majority-owned subsidiaries that are organized into three core business segments, namely, branded consumer foods, agro-industrial products and commodity food products. The Company is also engaged in consumer product-related packaging business through its packaging division, which is included in the branded consumer food segment, and through its subsidiary, CFC Clubhouse Property, Inc.

The Company sells its branded food products primarily to supermarkets, as well as directly to top wholesalers, large convenience stores, large scale trading companies and regional distributors, which in turn sell its products to other small retailers and down line markets. Moreover, the products are distributed to approximately 150,000 outlets in the Philippines and sold through URC's direct sales force and regional distributors.

Company Name
Market Capitalization
Issued Share
SM Investments Corporation
San Miguel Corporation
SM Prime Holdings, Inc.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company
Universal Robina Corporation

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