NordCham Philippines has the pleasure to invite you to the 2017 Annual General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 7.30 – 10.00 AM at the Dusit Thani Manila.
We will start with a Philippines 2017 economic and political briefing and Q&A session with Mr. Peter Wallace (profile below). Living up to the tagline ‘We tell it like it is”, Peter will share with us his candid perspectives on the most current topics with regards to the Philippine business and investment climate for the year ahead.
The AGM agenda will follow the presentation of Mr. Wallace. NordCham Philippines Country Report 2017 will also be circulated to the members at the event.
7.30 AM: Registration & breakfast
8.00 AM: Philippines 2017 economic and political briefing with Peter Wallace
9.00 AM: AGM Agenda
10.00 AM: Program ends
NordCham members may nominate one (1) person from the corporate and regular members for the 2017 Board of Directors. Any proposed additions to the agenda and/or amendments to the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws shall be submitted in writing to NordCham Executive Director Joona Selin: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 16, 2017.
*Omega 3 Omelet
*Smoked Salmon, Herbs, Crispy Capers
*Toasted Flax Seed Bagel and Pan Fried Potatoes
*Assorted Sliced Fresh Fruit
*Chilled Orange or Mango Juice
*Brewed Coffee and Premium Teas
Event DetailsLocation: Dusit Thani ManilaDate: January 31, 2017Time: 7:30 am - 10:00 am
Admission FeesMember Fee: 1,000Guest Fee: 1,500
Peter Wallace has been living in the Philippines for the past 41 years and has, consequently, become fully imbibed into Philippine society. Congress recently granted him, and approved by the President, Philippine Citizenship. Peter started his professional career as an electrical engineer and subsequently completed a course in business economics. In 1975 he was sent to Manila to build a factory manufacturing maintenance products. Three years later, he accepted the position of Chairman of a conglomerate, Columbian Philippines, Inc., that manufactured rope, processed abaca, represented airline, shipping and automotive companies, operated a laundry operation and was involved in processing food. Then on to being CEO of Getz Corporation the largest trading company at the time. In 1982, he founded his own business, the Wallace Business Forum – a company that is currently in its 34rd year of success at helping CEOs understand the business environment in the Philippines. He writes a weekly column in the Inquirer, and is involved in a number of charitable endeavors.