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14 rural groups receive SEC training

TARLAC CITY (April 13, 2023) — The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Tarlac trained 14 organizations composed of farmers, indigenous peoples, and rural women from different towns in the province on online submission of annual reports.

The topics discussed in the training include online filing of the General Information Sheet, Annual Financial Statement, Mandatory Disclosure Form including submission of SEC Memorandum Circular No. 28, Series of 2020 report, online filing of amnesty to corporations and other regulated entities for late and non-filing of certain reportorial requirements, pursuant to SEC Memorandum Circular No. 2, Series of 2023.

SEC Tarlac Director Richard Laus said their program was coordinated with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

“This collaboration with DENR is a gateway for SEC to expand its network and services up to the community level and this training will ensure the compliance of our people’s organizations to the annual reportorial requirements of SEC,” said Laus.

For its part, the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Development Management Office (PENRDMO) expressed its gratitude to the SEC for its support to their beneficiaries.

“The Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office will work closely with SEC-TEO to sustain this partnership towards the organizational growth of our people’s organizations,” said PENRDMO’s Ma. Theresa Inong.

Victor de Guzman
Victor de Guzman
Victor is a native of Capas, Tarlac. His passion in life - aside from writing - is chasing after whatever the world presents to him, girls included. He is into rare coins and stamp collecting. You will see him leafing through stacks of books in any second hand bookshop.


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