SM Marks 10th Listing Anniversary, Cites Tremendous Growth

SM officials led by SM Executive Vice President and Chief Finance Officer Jose T. Sio (fifth from right) rang the bell on the local bourse to mark the company’s 10th year of listing as well as the opening of trades for the day. From left to right: Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) Director Alejandro T. Yu; SM Senior Vice President (SVP) for Investor Relations Corazon P. Guidote; SM SVP for Corporate Services Elizabeth Anne C. Uychaco; SM SVP for Finance Franklin C. Gomez; SM SVP for Investments Portfolio Frederic C. DyBuncio; SM Independent Director Vicente S. Perez, Jr.; SM EVP and CFO Jose T. Sio; PSE Directors Edgardo G. Lacson, Eddie T. Gobing, Emmanuel O. Bautista and PSE Chief Operating Officer Roel A. Refran.


(30 March 2015. Pasay City, Philippines) SM Investments Corporation (SM) today marked its 10th year as a publicly-listed company on the Philippine Stock Exchange.

SM EVP and CFO Jose T. Sio deliver the welcome remarks during SM Investments Corporation’s 10th Listing Anniversary.

SM was listed on March 22, 2005, with an adjusted price of PHP 191 per share. As of March 26, SM closed at PHP888 apiece, representing a growth of 365%.

In his remarks during the anniversary ceremony, SM Chief Finance Officer Jose T. Sio said that the company’s growth has been tremendous over the last ten years.

“More compelling is how our operating companies in retail, property, and banking have emerged to be market leaders in just ten years. Such leadership is backed by having one of the largest footprints in the country consisting of highly productive assets and delivering superior value, margins, and returns. These assets have evolved to cater to the more sophisticated lifestyles of our customers by providing a world-class look and feel, a sense of completeness, and an exciting experience for every member of the family,” Mr. Sio said.

In 2005, SM had total assets of PHP153 billion and a market capitalization of PHP127 billion. Today, , SM’s assets are worth over PHP711 billion with a market capitalization of PHP732 billion. Its assets grew almost seven-fold, delivering an average annual growth of 21% over the last ten years. Market capitalization grew by 19% during the same period.

Revenues also accelerated in the last ten years for average growth of 20.6% per annum with net income showing an average growth of 21.4 percent each year.

“Indeed, the story of SM has inspired and surprised many, ourselves included, as we witnessed its phenomenal growth from humble beginnings to what it has become today. SM is a story of leadership, innovation, commitment, focus, and a collective effort to advance the great legacy that Mr. Henry Sy, Sr. built,” Mr. Sio further said.

About SM Investments Corporation

SM Investments Corporation (SM) is one of the leading conglomerates in the Philippines with highly synergistic businesses in retail, banking and property development. SM has evolved into one of the most highly respected companies in the country owing to its progressive approach in business and its comprehensive sustainability programs for its host communities through SM Foundation and SM Cares.

SM’s retail operations enjoy a strong brand franchise consisting of The SM Store and its food retail chains namely SM Supermarket, SM Hypermarket, Savemore, WalterMart, and Alfamart stores. SM’s property arm, SM Prime Holdings, Inc., is among the largest integrated property developers in the Philippines with interests in the mall, residential, commercial, and tourism development. SM’s interests in banking are in BDO Unibank, Inc. (BDO), the country’s largest, and in China Banking Corporation (China Bank), the fifth-largest. Combined, these two banks have a network of over 1,000 branches nationwide.

For further information, please contact:

Ms. Corazon P. Guidote
Senior Vice President for Investor Relations
SM Investments Corporation
Tel. No. (632) 857-0117