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Toyota Motor Corporation (Japan)

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A top automotive company worldwide engaged in the design, manufacture, assembly, and sale of passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The wide range of vehicles the company manufactures includes compact, subcompact, mid-sized, sports utility, and hybrid cars, as well as minivans and pick-up trucks, among others. Toyota is the brand name the company uses for these vehicles, while
luxury cars are under the Lexus brand. Hybrid cars carry the Prius brand. Aside from vehicles, Toyota also manufactures spare parts and offers financial services for retail and wholesale financing, retail leasing, insurance, credit cards, and housing loans.
Toyota operates in over 170 countries.

Property Company of Friends, Inc.

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GT Capital’s affordable economic property developer. Pro-Friends was established in 1999 and is currently one of the country’s leading property developers, focusing on the affordable and economic housing segments, as well as retail space and
business process outsourcing (BPO) office leasing. In over 16 years, Pro-Friends has built and sold over 36,000 affordable homes in the provinces of Cavite and Iloilo.

AXA, S.A. (France)

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Primarily engaged in providing life insurance coverage, as well as property and casualty insurance. Asset management is another service that the group offers, which includes employee benefit plans, medical plans, and investment advice.
The bulk of AXA’s customers are in Europe, the Mediterranean, and Latin America, whereas other customers come from North America, Asia, and the United Kingdom. The organization’s roots may be traced to the time when Claude Bebear decided to
join the Ancienner Mutuelle insurance company – France’s oldest insurance company – in Rouen,
France in 1958.

Metro Pacific Investments Corporation

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A leading infrastructure holding company in the Philippines. MPIC’s intention is to maintain and continue to develop a diverse set of infrastructure assets through its investments in water utilities, toll roads, electricity distribution, hospital operations and light rail. MPIC is therefore committed to investing through acquisitions and strategic partnerships in prime infrastructure assets with the potential to provide synergies with its existing operations.

Toyota Financial Services Corporation (Japan)

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Wholly owned by Toyota Motor Corporation, was established as a holding company for Toyota’s financial subsidiaries worldwide. The TFS Group mission is to provide sound financial services that contribute to the prosperous life for Toyota
customers and others. The company has expanded its global presence, covering more than 30 countries in different regions. TFS offers a diverse range of products and services, such as motor vehicle financing, to meet the various needs of its valued
customers.

Orix Corporation (Japan)

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Engages in non-depository credit intermediation such as leasing, installment loans, life insurance, and other related financial services. It is also involved in property development. In the automotive industry, the company is engaged in corporate and personal leasing, rental, car sharing, and used-vehicle sales. The company’s corporate financial services include lending, building lease, e-commerce, corporate pension, life and accident insurance consulting, and investment banking. ORIX also is into energy conservation, energy recycling, and electric power. In property development, the company offers housing, real estate investment, and building management.

Nomura Real Estate

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Nomura Real Estate Development (NRE) is one of Japan's largest real estate developers. Established in 1954, NRE is involved in residential development, corporate real estate brokerage, commercial property development, building leasing, architectural design. It is a sister company of the Nomura Holdings financial conglomerate and is a part of the Nomura business group.

Mitsui & Co. Ltd. (Japan)

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One of the most diversified and comprehensive trading, investment, and service enterprises in the world. Utilizing global operating locations, network, and information resources, Mitsui is multilaterally pursuing businesses that range from product
sales, worldwide logistics, and financing to the development of major international infrastructure and other projects. It is involved in iron and steel products, mineral and metal resources, infrastructure projects, motor vehicles, marine and aerospace, chemicals, energy, food resources, food products and services, consumer services, IT, finance and new businesses, and transportation logistics.

Sumitomo Corporation (Japan)

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An international trading company that operates in various industries including finance, insurance, metal products, transportation and construction systems, infrastructure, mineral resources, energy, chemicals, electronics, real estate, media, and new industry development, among others. The company also provides IT solutions, mobile communications, and Internet services, and operates TV shopping
channels, supermarkets, and drugstores. It develops and imports coal, iron ore, and other minerals. The company also engages in business development, planning, production management, processing, logistics, and construction and real estate ventures.

Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings

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Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. (株式会社三越伊勢丹ホールディングス Kabushiki-gaisha Mitsukoshi Isetan Hōrudingusu) is the Japanese parent company of world-renowned Isetan and Mitsukoshi department stores. The Isetan Mitsukoshi Group was created in 2008 with the vision of becoming the world’s foremost retail services group. With over 19,000 employees in Japan and around the globe, the Isetan Mitsukoshi Group is Japan’s largest department store group. It operates a total of 26 stores nationwide and 10 outlets overseas and encompasses four separate department store brands: Mitsukoshi, Isetan, Iwataya and Marui-Imai.

Grand Hyatt Hotels (USA)

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A distinguished brand of the Hyatt global hospitality company, GRAND HYATT HOTELS (USA) are largescale hotels that provide upscale accommodations
in major cities. All Grand Hyatt hotels boast of dramatic, energetic lobbies, exquisite dining options, state-of-the-art technology, spas, fitness centers, and comprehensive business and meeting facilities. Located in the heart of the cities and destinations
they serve, Grand Hyatt hotels combine breathtaking spaces, unforgettable experiences, and signature hospitality that create truly grand moments.

Marco Polo Hotels (Hong Kong)

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Offers a legendary blend of Asian hospitality and Western innovation, served in modern, chic sophistication. Located in strategic business and cultural centers of Hong Kong, China, and the Philippines, Marco Polo Hotels provide its guests with a unique travel experience that embraces the local charm and the adventure of travel with the deeply instilled elegance and warmth of the in-house culture of the Marco Polo group. In the Visayas, Marco Polo Plaza Cebu provides a panoramic view of the
city while still accessible from the shopping and business districts of cosmopolitan Cebu City. It is one of the 5-star hotels in the city, offering spacious and comfortable guest rooms and suites.

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group

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Engaged in commercial banking, which includes corporate and rural banking, mortgage lending, asset and general finance, and international and investment banking. ANZ is one of New Zealand’s largest companies. It has global reach through the ANZ Group of Companies and through different brands including ANZ, The National Bank, UDC Finance, EFTPOS New Zealand, Bonus Bonds, Direct Broking, and OnePath. In 1990, ANZ opened a representative office in the Philippines. Five years
later, the office was granted a commercial banking license and later, an expanded derivatives license that allowed the bank to provide a full range of institutional and personal banking services.

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