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Cebu Landmasters, Inc. is a home-grown real estate development company in Cebu. The company is engaged in the development of residential, commercial, hospitality, mixed-use and civic projects.

Cebu Landmasters was incorporated in September 26, 2003.

CLI’s common shares were listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange in June 2, 2017 at an IPO price of Php 5.00 per share.

CLI’s independent auditor is Punongbayan & Araullo (P&A) since 2011.

CLI’s shares are listed and traded in the Philippine Stock Exchange under the trading symbol CLI.

You may contact any registered stock broker to buy stocks of CLI listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange. For a list of trading participants who can trade on the Philippine Stock Exchange, you may visit www.pse.com.ph

CLI stockholders may inquire through BDO Securities Services & Corporate Agencies (transfer agency) regarding matters pertaining to their CLI shareholdings.

BDO Securities keeps the record of every outstanding CLI stock certificate and the name of the person to whom it is registered. When a stock is transferred from one person or entity to another, the transfer agent transfers the ownership of the stock and records the transaction.

BDO Securities Services & Corporate Agencies
c/o Ms. Raine Carpoi
Tel. No.: +63 2 878-4965

For the latest closing price of CLI stocks, please refer to the stock information section under the “Investor Relations” link of this website or access www.pse.com.ph

The following are the requirements to for a change in profile in shares of stocks:
a. Personal appearance of the shareholder to update his profile
b. Two (2) valid IDs (government issued)

No. Details on the account of stockholders are limited to stockholders themselves.

Provide a letter of request signed by the shareholder.

The following are the requirements to for a correct the name presented in the stock certificate:
a. Letter of request to change the name in the stock certificate
b. Original stock certificate
c. Affidavit of error in name
d. Birth Certificate
e. Marriage Certificate (for change of status)
f. Two (2) valid IDs (government issued)

The following are the requirements for stock certificate replacement:
a. Notarized Affidavit of Loss with undertaking, executed by registered owner, specifying the name of stock, name of registered owner, number of shares, certificate no/s. and circumstances of the loss.
b. Affidavit of Publication executed by the publisher of a newspaper of general circulation in the principal office of Issuer Corporation stating that the required Notice of Loss had been published once a week for three (3) consecutive weeks.
c. One-year surety bond to be posted in favor of Banco De Oro Unibank, Inc. in the amount twice the market value of the total shares lost, otherwise, issuance will be made one (1) year after the last date of publication.
d. Transfer fee – Php 100.00/certificate
e. Cancellation fee – Php 20.00/certificate.

A stockholder who wishes to sell his shares can transact through any of stock brokerage houses which are members of the Philippine Stock Exchange.