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PART I
Table of Contents

Part II: Background of the Company 2
Part III: Summary of the OJT Experience7
Part IV: Assessment of the OJT/Practicum Program10
A. New knowledge, attitudes, and skills acquired10
B. Theories actually seen in practice10
C. Feedback that can be given to the company or institution10 D. Benefits gained10
E. Problems encountered10
Part V: Appendices 11

PART II
Background of the Company

Corporate Holdings Management, Inc. was incorporated in November 1984. The company was established primarily as an investment banking company, with loan syndication as its major service line. In loan syndication, financing packages are arranged for projects, which have been studied and found viable by the Company. When it started in the 1980’s, commercial rates were too high and the Company concentrated on specialized lending facilities for small and medium-scale projects. The Company packaged loans for manufacturing outfits like furniture, garment manufacturers, metal fabricators, container companies, drug manufacturers, agricultural and agri-based projects such as rice mills, poultry and livestock operations and agricultural crop production. When lending rates became competitive, the Company concentrated on loan syndication and sourcing of equity and quasi-equity for large-scale projects such as high-rise building construction, medium- to high-end townhouse projects and subdivision projects. Through the years, CHMI has established a well-developed business relationship with the major banks and financial institutions in the country. This gives it access to different types of financing facilities that it could make available for its clients.

General Corporate Information
Present composition of the stockholders and management for the company is as follows:

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
* Mr. Noel S. Gonzales is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the group. He has had successful stints in banks and financial institutions involved in investment banking services before he established CHMI in 1984. * Mr. Gonzales has established a name for himself in the banking and real estate industries. He is presently one of the key-officers of the Subdivision and Housing Developers Association (SHDA) – the largest organization of real estate developers in the country and is actively coordinating with government agencies in the formulation of housing programs and policies. President and Chief Operating Officer

* Ms. Cheryl R. Chua is the Group’s President and Chief Operating Officer and handles the operations of the real estate companies, the Business Development group and takes charge of the group’s finance division. Ms. Chua has worked with CHMI since its inception.

Executive Vice President
* Ms. Rowena S. Gonzales is the Executive Vice President and takes charge of the Group’s Investment Banking division with Contract to Sell (CTS) Origination as a core business. Ms. Gonzales has also been part of CHMI since its inception.

Corporate Vision
Corporate Holdings Management, Inc. is the leading real estate company most admired for its quality housing and community development and strict adherence to sound business practices, anchored on dynamic innovations and highly committed professionals.

Corporate Mission
We are committed to provide a broad range of superior but affordable housing and community development projects aimed to uplift the quality of life and nation building.

Core Values
1.
2. Creativity
3. Integrity
4. Teamwork
5. Excellence
6. Social Consciousness

Principal Activities

Property Development
The CHMI Group’s core business activity is focused on the development of affordable residential projects for the mass market. It aims to deliver high quality homes at affordable prices.

The company started with its real estate development operations in...
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