SEC Express System Advisory
In view of the work suspension at SEC PICC (please refer to the SEC Notice dated July 11, 2020), processing of SEC Express applications and SENS submissions will start on July 27, 2020.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Main Office within the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) Complex in Pasay City, as well as the temporary payment center in the SEC Ortigas Building in Mandaluyong City, will remain closed until 26 July 2020.
The extended suspension of operations in the SEC Main Office and SEC Ortigas Building will allow for the further disinfection of the premises and the containment of the spread of COVID-19 in the Commission.
Three more of the Commission’s personnel have tested positive for COVID-19 in Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction (RTPCR) tests. To date, the Commission has identified six confirmed cases among its workforce.
The Commission is implementing all necessary health protocols, pursuant to and consistent with the directives and guidelines of the Department of Health, for the protection of the employees and transacting public alike.
To minimize disruption in the delivery of services to the public, the Commission will continue adopting alternative work arrangements, in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Civil Service Commission.
Necessary adjustments in the procedures and schedules for the submission of annual reports such as Annual Financial Statements and the General Information Sheet, and other documents to the SEC Main Office shall be made and announced on the Commission’s website (www.sec.gov.ph) and official Facebook page (@PhilippineSEC).
In the meantime, the public may reach the departments or offices concerned during office hours through the email addresses and interim hotline numbers provided in the attached SEC Contact Center. The Commission will set up more interim hotlines and update the SEC Contact Center accordingly.
11 July 2020
SEC Express Advisory
NOTICE IN THE OPENING OF THE SEC EXPRESS SYSTEM AND THE SEC EXPRESS NATIONWIDE SUBMISSION (SENS)
To enable the Securities and Exchange Commission to provide adequate services to its clients for the request of SEC documents and to maintain an organized and orderly filing of AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS and GENERAL INFORMATION SHEET, the SEC will open the following services to the public starting June 1, 2020, in accordance with Inter-Agency Task Force of Emerging Infectious Disease Resolution No. 35 dated May 11, 2020 placing high-risk local government units (LGUs) (i.e. Metro Manila, Laguna and Cebu City) under MECQ from May 16, 2020 until May 31, 2020
1. SEC Express System – for the request of SEC Documents(Plain/Authenticated copy) online and thru Call Center
2. SEC Express Nationwide Submission (SENS) - for the submission of SEC reportorial requirements in three (3) sets thru Courier and/or Philippine Postal Corp.
In the opening of these two services to the public, the SEC will still have to consider the safety of our staff against Covid 19, hence, we will assign ICTD personnel on schedule for work on premise.
The SEC Express System will start to accept 150 orders per day for call center and online request until further notice. To facilitate delivery of your requested documents, please provide your complete address that is ready and open to accept delivery.
All submissions of AFS and GIS shall be through SENS using courier/Philpost. Kindly address your submission to:
Electronic Records Management Division, ICTD
Securities and Exchange Commission
Ground Floor, Secretariat Building,
PICC Complex, Pasay City
SEC Price Increase Advisory
Effective March 28, 2017, the New SEC fees and charges was implemented per memorandum Circular No. 3, Series of 2017 dated March 7, 2017 as approved by the Department of Finance. For further details, please visit www.sec.gov.ph.