By Cesar Stefan Rago | PR & Marketing Officer - November 18, 2015
IFC (International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group), is the largest global development institution focused on the private sector in emerging markets. Working with more than 2,000 businesses worldwide, IFC uses its capital, expertise and influence to create opportunity where it’s needed most. In Fiscal Year 15, its long-term investments in developing countries rose to nearly $18 billion, helping the private sector play an essential role in the global effort to end extreme poverty and boost shared prosperity.
By Jennylei Caberte | The Philippine Star - November 16, 2015
Urban city life offers one a plethora of economic and many other opportunities but none of the finer quality of a meaningful life. This is something that makes many Filipinos in metropolitan centers consider the option of going back to their roots in the provinces.
Regrettably, in Manila-centric Philippines, living in secondary cities may prove to be difficult due to the inadequacy of urban amenities that are at par with those available in Metro Manila.
One of these amenities, quality housing, is what Italpinas Development Corp. (IDC), a sustainable real estate firm, aims to provide their clients desiring life in secondary cities.
By Tribune Wires - November 13, 2015
The Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE) has recently approved the initial public offering (IPO) applications of real estate developer Italpinas Development Corp., and construction firms Datem Inc. and D.M. Wenceslao & Associates Inc.
The three companies will be joining the roster of IPOs in 2015, following Crown Asia Chemicals Corp. and SBS Philippines Corp. which listed in April and August, respectively.
By Marianne Grace Sarmiento | Business Mirror - November 10, 2015
SEEING the country’s rapid real-estate developments and their effects on the environment, Italian architect Romolo Nati and Filipino lawyer Jose D. Leviste III teamed up in 2009 and established Italpinas Development Corp. (IDC), then known as Italpinas Euroasian Design and Eco-Development Corp.