#1 air transportation carrier in the Philippines
One of the leading snackfoods and beverage players in ASEAN and Oceania
Largest and the only fully integrated petrochemical complex in the Philippines
A leading mixed-use property developer in the Philippines
One of the fastest growing commercial banks in the Philippines

At a Glance

Sound financial performance despite macroeconomic challenges

217.5 Billion Total Revenue
14.8 Billion Net Income
2.07 Earnings per share

Balance sheet remained robust

217.5 Billion Total Revenue 14.8 Billion Net Income 2.07 Earnings per share

Continuous shareholder value creation

3rd largest Philippine conglomerate in terms of market capitalization with
as of December 28, 2018
Stable dividends paid
year-on-year with 2018 at
per share

Diversified portfolio with market leading businesses in their respective industries

Net Income Contribution per Business Unit
*Others include affiliates and parent expenses

2018 Key Milestones

  1. Robinsons Bank (RBank) broadened its product portfolio after signing the distribution agreement for the bancassurance partnership to offer Pru Life UK's wide array of life insurance products.

    Universal Robina (URC) formally announced the launch of its long-term sustainability commitments with the release of its first-ever Sustainability Report.

  2. Robinsons Land (RLC) successfully raised Php20bn from its stock rights offering to enhance its land bank across the country.

  3. Cebu Air (CEB) achieved full compliance with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit, considered as the highest accreditation standard for safety in the global airline industry.

  4. Mr. Lance Y. Gokongwei officially assumed the role as JG Summit's President and CEO, with a vision of transforming JG Summit into a leading digital conglomerate in the Philippines.

    As part of its expansion efforts in the Asia-Pacific region and in a bid to boost its presence in the Japanese market, Cebu Air (CEB) opened its own branch office in Tokyo, Japan.

  5. In a simple commemorative event culminating in the ceremonial ringing of the bell to signal the opening of the stock market trading activities for the day, JG Summit marked its 25th year as a listed company in the Philippine Stock Exchange.

  6. In line with its digital transformation strategy, JG Summit has partnered with tech titan Microsoft to roll out the Microsoft Office 365, envisioning a New Culture of Work in a Modern Digital Workplace to empower people across the organization.

    URC obtained full control of Calbee-URC after buying 50% from its joint venture partner, Calbee, in line with its agenda of driving an aligned and scalable Snacking category growth.

    Through the NAIA Consortium, JG Summit and six other large Philippine conglomerates have been granted Original Proponent Status from the Department of Transportation and the Manila International Airport Authority for its unsolicited proposal to rehabilitate, upgrade, expand, operate, and maintain the Ninoy Aquino International Airport for a period of 15 years.

  7. Oriente Express publicly-launched Cashalo, its first ever digital finance service that aims to provide fast, easy, and affordable loans for Filipinos through a mobile app.

    Cebu Air (CEB) signed an agreement with Switzerland-based IPR Conversions Ltd to convert two of its ATR 72-500 passenger aircraft into freighter planes, as part of its foray in becoming the only passenger airline in the Philippines with dedicated cargo planes.

    URC fully-acquired HURC from ConAgra, allowing the company to integrate and simplify its business operations as part of its Philippine business portfolio.

  8. Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) launched PlayLab, billed as the country’s first digital playground, in Robinsons Galleria Cebu.

  9. North Luzon Airport Consortium (NLAC), comprising of Filinvest Development Corporation, JG Summit Holdings Inc., Philippine Airport Ground Support Solutions Inc. and Changi Airport Philippines (I) Pte. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Changi Airports International, was awarded the 25-year operations and maintenance (O&M) contract of the Clark International Airport.