IDC Pushing for Excellent Corporate Governance

Formed from the meeting between a multi-awarded Italian architect and Filipino lawyer, both passionate promoters of sustainable development, Italpinas Development Corporation (IDC) is a real estate development firm dedicated to developing high-performance properties in growing cities in the Philippines. With its unique design philosophy, IDC™ is committed to top quality properties which are in harmony with the environment, and to bringing value to investors, end-users, and the community.

Last February 12, 2021, IDC’s Chairman & CEO Arch. Romolo V. Nati, together with the company’s President, Atty. Jose D. Leviste III, joined the New Code of Corporate Governance for Public Companies and Registered Issuers event. The event was organized by the Center of Global Best Practices with the theme “Enhancing Global Competitiveness Through Best Practices’‘.

Arch. Romolo V. Nati, The Chairman & CEO of Italpinas Development Corporation

“Good governance is a core value for IDC.  We believe that good corporate governance is essential not only for our business and operations, but also to holding the public’s faith and confidence in the corporate leaders,” said Arch. Romolo V. Nati, IDC’s Chairman & CEO.

THE CENTRAL BODY of IDC

As the center of IDC’s corporate governance structure together with the Chairman/CEO and President, the Board of Directors is a diverse assembly of competencies and professional strengths, including technical, financial, social, legal, and demographic fields of expertise, among others.

Atty. Jose D. Leviste III, The President of Italpinas Development Corporation

“Adherence to good corporate governance principles is essential for the achievement of our strategic goals. This event strengthens IDC’s existing measures to continually optimize its levels of awareness and its standard practices. This reinforces value creation and long-term growth,” added Atty. Leviste.

IDC’s mission is to provide unique, innovative and sustainable real estate products that exceed the expectations of our customers, business partners, and stockholders.  

IDC’s core belief is that human technique is inseparable from nature, and nature therefore is the company’s best design inspiration. We aim to design and build habitats where the best in comfort and lifestyle is in balance with the natural environment.

The Center for Global Best Practices Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit institution established on March 6, 2007, with the vision of spreading the culture of best practices in the Philippines as well as in other countries. The advocacy of the Center is to enhance the global competitiveness of individuals and organizations across various industries through best practices initiatives.

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