PSE hopes to lure Japanese investors with Tokyo roadshow

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MANILA, Philippines — The Philippine Stock Exchange plans to woo Japanese investors into participating more in the robust local stock market by holding a road show in Tokyo this week.

Organized in partnership with DBP-Daiwa Capital Markets Philippines Inc., the PSE will conduct “Philippine Corporate Day” on February 14-15 (Thursday and Friday) at the Daiwa Corporate Headquarters in Tokyo to share the growth story of local publicly listed companies.

“This is a particularly good time to spread the latest developments and future plans of some of the key listed issues in the PSE. Our market has been on an upward swing over the past years and this initiative will definitely give a strong boost not only for our listed companies, but to foreign investments in the country,” PSE president and chief executive officer Hans Sicat said.

The main-share Philippine Stock Exchange index has been trading at record highs, breaching 6,500 as of Wednesday.

The companies participating in this roadshow are: Aboitiz Equity Ventures, Alliance Global Group, Inc., Filinvest Land, Inc., Jollibee Foods Corp., Puregold Price Club, Inc., Robinsons Land Corp., San Miguel Corp., SM Investments Corp., Universal Robina Corp., Vista Land & Lifescapes, Inc., and The Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc.

The delegates from the corporate Philippines will meet with 21 of the top asset management companies and their respective senior fund managers and decision makers in Japan.

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