SEC reopens Negros extension in BCD

Seated L-R, Jo Anne Medalla, Confidential Officer III, Samantha Drilon, Securities Specialit II, Atty. Annabelle Corral-Respall, OIC, Liezl Dela PeE a, Securities Specialist I, and Laarnie Dilag King, Administrative Asst. II. Standing L-R, Paolo Javier, Clyde Linaja Padilla, Information Officer, Marianne Jade Alcantara, Administrative Asst. II, Carla Maria Perez, Computer Operator, and Youichi Aoto, Administrative Asst. I.

SEC Bacolod Extension Office will be open to serve the public starting May 18, 2020 with the usual 8-5 office hours from Monday to Thursday. While on Friday, it will be a Work From Home to allow the staff to do their monitoring job, the disinfection of the office and documents in preparation for the succeeding week of processing.

While we shall start to open on May 18, 2020, the clients are still highly encouraged to submit their reports by mail (either through private courier or government postal service) with pre-paid self-addressed return envelope. A copy of the mailing official receipt shall be enclosed in the envelope as proof of mailing.

For those who shall submit their reports at SEC Bacolod Office, there are designated boxes. Documents shall first be subject to disinfection before turning over to our receiving officers. Clients may leave their documents and wait for the text/email/call when they shall be picked up OR to wait for their copy depend- Seated L-R, Jo Anne Medalla, Confidential Officer III, Samantha Drilon, Securities Specialit II, Atty. Annabelle Corral-Respall, OIC, Liezl Dela PeE a, Securities Specialist I, and Laarnie Dilag King, Administrative Asst. II. Standing L-R, Paolo Javier, Clyde Linaja Padilla, Information Officer, Marianne Jade Alcantara, Administrative Asst. II, Carla Maria Perez, Computer Operator, and Youichi Aoto, Administrative Asst. I. ing on the number of reports that can be processed for the day, but priority shall be afforded to the elderly, persons with disability, pregnant women, and out of towners.

Meanwhile, for the non-stock corporations’ submission of the printed notarized Mandatory Disclosure Form as earlier announced, is further extended 15 days from the lifting of the Manila issued Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine.

For the mutual protection of the staff and the clients, social/physical distancing will be strictly observed which means the number of clients inside the office premises will be limited. A no mask, no entry policy, temperature check before entry, hand sanitation, and disinfection of the premises will be strictly implemented.

As this is the new normal, clients are advised to be patient since the process of their requests, queries, and submissions will take longer than usual. For submissions online email at reports_bacolod@sec.gov.ph and for queries through email addresses: secbacolod2018@gmail.com or secbcdextension@ gmail.com or through our landline nos. 455-5713 and 455-5714. (By Ms. Clyde Linaja-Padilla)