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ACG was incorporated and registered with the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on September 17, 2012, primarily to engage in consulting outsourcing that offers a wide range of functional expertise as enabler to starting, thriving or struggling business organizations and individuals alike who are on the verge of maximizing their resources to increase sales and its operating efficiency, to decrease costs and potential losses, and to explore the market with less exposure risk.
JAIME AUGUSTO ZOBEL DE AYALA
Chairman & CEO, Ayala Corporation
Vice Chairman, Makati Business Club
President and CEO, RFM Corporation
Founder, Philippine Center for Entrepreneurship (Go Negosyo)
SENATOR BAM AQUINO
DR. BERNARDO VILLEGAS
SENATOR SONNY ANGARA
As we aim for an increase in voluntary compliance, we must also push for measures that will allow our taxpayers to benefit more from the fruits of their labor. Let us work hand in hand in pursuing genuine tax reforms to help build our middle class and for our Filipino families to grow and nurture, and save up for their children's future."
November 28, 2019
Asian Consulting Group Founding Chairman Mon Abrea joined as one of the speakers at the Business Day of the Filipino-Young Leaders Program (FYLPRO) held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019. The event was the second day of a five-day mentorship program attended by Filipino-American delegates. The entire program was held from November 24 to 29, 2019, […]
November 27, 2019
The Asian Consulting Group joined in on the Inclusion Fusion: Innovation x Impact Night held on November 22, Friday, at the 12 Monkeys Hall & Pub, Pasig City. The event is organized by Hack-A-Tax PH, DevCon, and Talino Venture Labs in celebration of the Philippine Startup Week 2019. ACG Founding Chairman Mon Abrea attended as […]
November 26, 2019
The Philippines celebrated a 29-place jump in its Doing Business score in the World Bank’s 2020 report, having raised the country’s ranking from 124 to 95. Looking at the increase in terms of scores might not seem too impressive — having gained 1.9 percentage points — but it still certainly deserves to be commended. Of […]