This resolution comes 12 years after the appeal by the PCGG
The anti-graft court, upon re-examination of the evidence, cites a weakness in the graft case, and some reasonable doubt in the two estafa cases
Borromeo replaces Gil Buenaventura, who has been serving as president and CEO of Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation since July 1, 2016
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III says the main rationale behind the decision is that the two institutions serve different functions
'I thought that the persecution under the Aquino administration had ended but apparently, the remaining minions of the past administration are still determined to get me,' says Roberto Ongpin
The 63-year-old Development Bank of the Philippines chief will replace Lorenzo Tan as RCBC president and CEO starting July 1
Th Sandiganbayan says Vitaliano Nañagas II 'employed deceit' when he asked the government to reimburse money he spent on items such as lingerie
(UPDATED) The senior vice president of DBP calls the plunder complaint filed by some bank employees as 'full of inaccuracies' and 'a nuisance case'
With Landbank as the surviving entity, President Benigno Aquino III approves the increase in its capital stock to P200 billion ($4.19 billion)
There is no violation of the Anti-Graft Law since the block sale of the bank's Meralco shares did not materialize, Landbank says
The deal involved the block sale of SSS' Meralco shares for P5.669 billion to Global 5000, a company identified with businessman Roberto V. Ongpin
With the incentives program, the government hopes that the Philippines will soon be the largest shipbuilding nation in the world
Suspected fake rice turns out to be 'retrograded rice' while the contaminated rice from Davao City is an isolated case, according to tests by government agencies
San Miguel, ICTSI, and Singapore's Portek are among the 5 groups that want to bid for the Davao Sasa modernization project
Local officials say the facility is meant to solve the traffic problem in the tourist area, where vehicles usually park on the main road. Critics claim there was no prior public consultation on the project.
(UPDATED) The initial findings, however, are not conclusive yet to determine if the sample is indeed fake rice
The complaint is based on the ‘highly questionable sale’ of the bank’s P14.3 billion worth of government securities, resulting in actual government losses of P717.07 million
The Philippine government gets help from Asian Development Bank for the biggest public-private partnership deal thus far: the $3.8-billion South Line of North-South Railway Project
The government can also borrow money, but with the the approval of the Office of the President, if GOCC dividends and Treasury gains are not realized, Budget Secretary Florencio Abad says
Provincial board members point out that the estimated yearly payments for the loan is higher than the debt servicing cap of the city
The Japan International Cooperation Agency shares a patented technology with Cebu City to help effectively manage its sewerage and septic systems
The P4.098-billion plunder case vs former president Joseph Estrada tops the list of Sandiganbayan cases with the highest sums involved
How are 'prayer' and 'quash' used in legal terms? Understand legal jargon in the context of the dismissed graft charges vs businessman Bobby Ongpin
Anti-graft court Associate Justice Herrera argues that the dismissal of the cases constitutes an 'unwarranted turnaround' and 'a premature appreciation of evidence'
Ongpin was accused of forging 'behest' loan deals with former DBP officials and executives in 2009
(UPDATED) The Governance Commission for GOCCs responds to the COA order
Roberto Ongpin's court case has not affect Alphaland's financials.
This is the second case Ongpin lodged against a member of the AMLC.
The order came out amid a word war between Ongpin and the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, which deferred the businessman's election to the board of a local bank due to allegations against him
Ongpin accuses Espenilla of violating the anti-graft law after the latter asked the appellate court to freeze his bank accounts
The freeze order was made upon the request of the Anti-Money Laundering Council
Typhoon Pablo, international name Bopha, wipes out entire town leaving more than 400 people dead, hundreds missing, and a quarter of a million homeless. Lawmakers supporting the Reproductive Health Bill predict it will pass Congress next week. 13 officials of the Development Bank of the Philippines are fired over 660 million peso behest loans to a company of Roberto Ongpin.
Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales orders the dismissal from service of 13 officials of state-run Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) for granting P660-M loans in 2009 that she considered 'behest' or illegal
Ombudsman Morales says criminal cases must be filed against 28 individuals, including one of the country's richest, Roberto V. Ongpin, for loans from state-owned bank DBP used to purchase shares of Philex Mining in 2009
Does the resignation of Development Bank of the Philippines president and CEO Francisco "Popoy" F. del Rosario have anything to do with his alleged tiff with DBP chairman Jose Nuñez?
Sen. Sergio Osmeña is "110%" confident that former First Gentleman Jose Miguel Arroyo had a hand in the over P660 million loans reportedly granted illegally by state-run bank to businessman Roberto V. Ongpin
MANILA, Philippines - Former trade secretary Roberto V. Ongpin appears at the Nov 14, 2011 Senate hearing on deals he was involved in.
MANILA, Philippines - Sen. Serge Osmena explains who are playing what role in the Senate hearing on the questionable loans of state-owned Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) to businessman Roberto Ongpin.
MANILA, Philippines - Businessman Roberto V. Ongpin is present at an ongoing Senate probe on alleged behest loans from state-owned bank Development Bank of the Philippines.
MANILA, Philippines - When a controversial loan between a state-owned bank and an equally controversial multi-billionaire triggered a Senate investigation, a fundamental question was raised: What makes a loan "behest"?
MANILA, Philippines - Businessman Roberto Ongpin did not attend the Senate hearing on the alleged behest loans extended in 2009 by state-owned Development Bank of the Philippines to companies he controls.
The family of lawyer Benjamin Pinpin refuted claims that coercion led to the his August suicide during an executive session of a Senate inquiry.