CEO Jaime T. Azurin targets going out of the Visayas region as its home base, and expanding to the Philippines’ bigger islands with the firm’s recent 50% stake acquisition in the Alsons Thermal Energy Corporation in Mindanao.
Before joining Global Business Power, Jaime T. Azurin’s career was focused on finance and investment banking. He was the assistant vice president in Solidbank Corporation from 1993 to 2000, and eventually moved to First Metro Investment Corporation (FMIC) as Vice President - Project Finance Division Head. This role exposed him to infrastructure projects, particularly those in the power industry. Find out more about his journey into energy and his future plans for GBP as the new president in this exclusive interview with the Asian Power.
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