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By TED CORDERO, GMA News
Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. has been assigned an above average capability to fulfill financial obligations by a local debt watcher.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange on Tuesday, Cirtek said the Philippine Rating Services Corp. (PhilRatings) gave the listed electronic manufacturer a “PRS A (corp.)” credit rating in relation to its three-year shelf registration for commercial papers (CPs) of up to P2 billion.
Based on PhilRating’s credit rating system, a company rated PRS A (corp.) has “an above average capacity to meet its financial commitments relative to that of other Philippine corporates.”
The company, however, is somewhat more susceptible to adverse changes in circumstances and economic conditions than higher-rated corporates, according to PhilRatings.
The debt watcher also gave Cirtek a stable outlook as “an indication as to the possible direction of any rating change within a one-year period and serves as a further refinement to the assigned credit rating for the guidance of investors, regulators, and the general public.
A stable outlook is defined as “the rating is likely to be maintained or to remain unchanged in the next twelve months.”
Cirtek is a fully integrated global technology company focused on wireless communication.
It is primarily engaged into the following related businesses:
the design, development and delivery of the wireless industry’s antenna solutions the manufacture of valued-added, highly integrated technology products the manufacture and sales of semiconductor packages as an independent subcontractor for outsourced semiconductor assembly, test and packaging services
For the first nine months of 2020, consolidated revenues fell by 14.4% year-on-year to $59.5 million.
Net income registered a decrease of 1.7% year-on-year to $3.6 million. -MDM, GMA News
Dec 02, 2021
Published by Manila Bulletin
Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corporation (TECH) has set the size of its ongoing public offering of its preferred shares to a maximum of P2.5 billion.
The firm said in a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange that it has started the primary offering of up to 50 million cumulative, non-participating, non-voting, non-convertible perpetual and redeemable peso-denominated Preferred Class B-2 Shares at an offer price of P50.00 per share.
The final offer structure consists of P1.5 billion in aggregate issue value, consisting of up to 30 million Preferred Class B-2 Sha...Read more
Jul 14, 2021
Published By Revin Mikhael D. Ochave Business World
A UNIT of technology company Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corp. has extended a master supply agreement with two telecommunication companies in North America.
Cirtek said in a regulatory filing on Monday that the agreement between its telecom base station antenna unit Quintel USA, Inc. and two unnamed carriers provides for a business extension of another five years.
“This comes at a time following a series of new product introductions released by Quintel when fifth generation (5G) is at an inflection point,” Cirtek said.
“Quintel’s 5G products ...Read more
Jan 13, 2021
Philippine Rating Services Corp. (PhilRatings) assigned an issuer credit rating of PRS A (corp.)Read more