The Securities and Exchange Commission-Tarlac Extension Office (SEC-TEO) assisted 14 people’s organizations on the online submission of their annual reports.
The organizations are composed of local farmers, indigenous peoples, and rural women coming from the different municipalities in the province, according to a Philippine Information Agency report.
SEC-TEO Director Richard Laus said this is in partnership with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
“This collaboration with DENR is a gateway for SEC to expand its network and services up to the community level and this training will ensure the compliance of our people’s organizations to the annual reportorial requirements of SEC,” Laus was quoted as saying.
Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Development Management Officer III Ma. Theresa Inong expressed her gratitude to the commission for its support to their beneficiaries as well as their personnel.
“Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office will work closely with SEC-TEO to sustain this partnership towards the organizational growth of our people’s organizations,” Inong said.
Topics presented include online filing of the General Information Sheet, Annual Financial Statement, and Mandatory Disclosure Form including submission of SEC Memorandum Circular 28, Series of 2020 report, the PIA report said.