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Previous Close35.97
Open35.97
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Day's Range35.97 - 35.97
52 Week Range31.69 - 37.26
Volume52
Avg. Volume291
Market Cap161.942B
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    Bank of the Philippine Islands -- Moody's announces completion of a periodic review of ratings of Bank of the Philippine Islands

    Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has completed a periodic review of the ratings of Bank of the Philippine Islands and other ratings that are associated with the same analytical unit. The review was conducted through a portfolio review in which Moody's reassessed the appropriateness of the ratings in the context of the relevant principal methodology(ies), recent developments, and a comparison of the financial and operating profile to similarly rated peers.

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    On the night of June 18, Wirecard AG’s new compliance chief stayed up late at his office in the company’s low-rise headquarters in the Munich suburb of Aschheim to pore over the payment firm’s books. It was James Freis’ first formal day on the job after his start date had suddenly been accelerated by the refusal that morning of Wirecard’s auditors to sign off on the 2019 accounts and the company’s suspension of its chief operating officer. As Freis, a former financial investigator at the U.S. Treasury, scanned the books he was struck by Wirecard’s unusual practice of relying on a third party to hold large sums of money in escrow on behalf of its subsidiaries that are present in countries where it doesn't have its own operating licenses, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

  • Converge Seeks to Raise $725 Million in Largest Philippine IPO
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    Converge Seeks to Raise $725 Million in Largest Philippine IPO

    (Bloomberg) -- Converge Information and Communications Technology Solutions Inc., a fast-growing Philippine provider of fixed broadband services, aims to raise as much as $725 million in a maiden share sale in October.The company will use the proceeds to fund capital expenditure and help accelerate its nationwide fiber network rollout, according to a preliminary prospectus filed with the Philippine SEC.“The Philippine fixed broadband market is currently at an inflection point, with demand for broadband subscriptions expected to increase as supply continues to meet the significant latent demand,” Converge’s investor Warburg Pincus said in a statement.Morgan Stanley, UBS Group AG, BDO Unibank Inc., Bank of the Philippine Islands will arrange the share sale, confirming a Thursday report by Bloomberg. At its maximum size, Converge ICT’s maiden share sale would be the largest Philippine IPO.Other Highlights:The plan is to sell as many as 1.30 billion shares with 195.19 million shares over-allotment option at a maximum price of 24 pesos each. Offer period will be from Oct. 13 to 19 and listing on Oct. 26Shares to be sold will comprise 415.68 million primary shares and 1.08 billion secondary shares by Comclark Network and Technology Corp. and Coherent Cloud Investments B.V.Converge added about 60,000 new residential subscribers in June, beating the record 50,000 set in May and bringing total home subscribers to about 750,000Its fiber network of more than 30,000 kilometers could reach about 4.1 million homes in the main island of Luzon as of March 31The Philippines’ fixed broadband penetration is significantly behind regional peers at 14% overall and only 6% on high-speed broadbandStory Link: Converge ICT Seeks to Raise $725m in Largest Philippine IPOFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.