Investing in Philippines: Listed Company Profile: Alliance Global Inc.


Saturday, November 27, 2010

Listed Company Profile: Alliance Global Inc.

Have you ever thought who is the maker of Emperador brandy, owner of Megaworld, master franchisor of McDonald's in the Philippines, and Travellers International Hotel Group, Inc.?

These are Alliance Global Inc.(AGI) core businesses.  Led by Andrew Tan, one of the Philippines leading tycoons, AGI group has grown and is continually making its presence in the Philippine market. 

Below is a excerpt from

Alliance Global Group, Inc. (AGI) is a holding company presently engaged in the food and beverage business (manufacturing and trading of consumer products), real estate (investment in and development of real estate, lease of properties, hotel operations and tourism-oriented businesses), and quick service restaurant (McDonald’s). 

The Company’s operating businesses are categorized into three segments: Food and Beverage (F&B); Real Estate (RE) and Quick Service Restaurant (QSR). Its subsidiaries include First Oceanic Property Management, Inc, Citylink Coach Services, Inc., Emperador Distillers, Inc., Anglo Watsons Glass, Inc., Golden Arches Development Corporation, Golden Arches Realty Corporation, Alliance Global Brands, Inc. and Emperador International Ltd.

AGI has been performing well from share price of Php 4.00 at the beginning of the year to Php 12.00 at present. Its performance can be seen in this one year candlestick chart

Below is an excerpt from AGI's 17Q report filed with the Philippine SEC

Key Performance Indicators

Presented below are the top five (5) key performance indicators of the Company and subsidiaries as of and for the nine months ended September 30: 2010 2009

o Revenues growth – measures the percentage change in revenues 
   over a designated period of time. Performance is measured both in
   terms of amount and volume, where applicable.
o Net income growth – measures the percentage change in net 
   income over a designated period of time
o Net income rate– computed as percentage of net income to
  revenues-measures the operating efficiency and success of 
  maintaining satisfactory control of costs
o Return on investment [or capital employed] – the ratio of net 
   income to total assets - measures the degree of efficiency in the 
   use of resources to generate net income
o Current ratio – computed as current assets divided by current 
   liabilities – measures the ability of the business to meet its current 
   obligations. To measure immediate liquidity, quick assets [cash, 
   marketable securities, accounts receivables] is divided by current 


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