Forecasting

Topics: SM Prime Holdings, Metro Manila, SM Mall of Asia Pages: 6 (1711 words) Published: June 14, 2013
SM Investments Companies
Retail and Malls
SM Prime Holdings is the parent company of the SM Group's shopping malls. It is the largest shopping mall and retail operator in the Philippines. It was incorporated on 6 January 1994 byFilipino-Chinese entrepreneur Henry Sy to develop, conduct, operate and maintain SM commercial shopping centers and all businesses related thereto, such as the lease of commercial spaces in the compound of shopping centers. It went public on 5 July 1994 and subsequently grew to become the largest company listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange in terms of revenue. The company's main sources of revenues include rental income from mall and food courts, cinema ticket sales and amusement income from bowling and ice-skating. As of this year,[when?] SM Prime become one the largest shopping mall chains in the world with 40 supermalls with eight proposed/under construction. Its largest mall and first of all SM malls is SM City North EDSA. Alongside is the once-largest mall in the country, SM Mall of Asia and the largest mall for a 15-year period, SM Megamall. SM Prime operates the following:

SM Department Store
SM Department Store is the foundation of SM and the country's leading lifestyle and fashion chain. SM Department Store has served Philippine shoppers for 50 years, becoming the only country who has more than 100 department stores. SM holds more than 50 SM Department Stores nationwide. •SM Supermarket

SM Supermarket is the country's top supermarket chain. With an extensive, nationwide presence and employing state of the art retailing technology, it offers food and non-food products. •SaveMore Market

SM Hypermarket
SM Hypermarket is a rapidly growing retail chain, selling wet market, grocery, general merchandise, and discount products. •Pilipinas Makro, Inc. (Makro)
Pilipinas Makro, Inc. (Makro) is the one-stop leading retail chain. Now it is a member of SM Group. Banking
Banco De Oro is the largest bank in the Philippines in terms of assets. It is a full-service universal bank providing a wide range of corporate, commercial, retail, private banking and investment banking services through its 700 branches in key business and commercial areas nationwide. It has the largest loan portfolio as well as the largest trust of Philippine banks. •China Banking Corporation

China Banking Corporation is the Philippines' fourth largest universal bank by market capitalization. Established in 1920, it is the first privately owned commercial bank in the Philippines. It is likewise the first bank in Southeast Asia to process deposit accounts online in 1969 and the first Philippine bank to offer phone banking in 1988. China Bank is one of the strongest and most profitable banks in the Philippines today. The Bank posted a January to September 2009 net income of P3.21 billion, 40.7% higher than the P2.28 billion income recorded for the same period in 2008. This income performance translates to a 15.53% return on equity and a 2.02% return on assets, among the highest in the industry. China Bank provides a wide range of banking services through 248 branches and 388 ATMs nationwide (including China Bank Savings). The bank continues to move forward with its aggressive branch expansion plan and is on track to hitting its target of 300 branches by 2011. Real estate property

SM Development Corporation is a fast-growing residential property developer focusing on the premium middle market. SMDC now operates SM Residences and MPlace. •Highlands Prime, Inc.
Highlands Prime is the leading high-end residential developer in Tagaytay Highlands, an exclusive, world-class mountainside resort and residential complex. •Mall of Asia Complex
The Mall of Asia Complex is an alternative business and tourism district and the home of the SM Mall of Asia, SMX Convention Center (the largest private venue in Philippines), OneE-com Center and Mall of Asia Arena (one of the largest private sports venue in Philippines). The Mall...
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