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SEC Bacolod adopts
new work hours: exec
BY MARCHEL P. ESPINA

 

The Securities and Exchange Commission Bacolod Extension Office will adopt a new work schedule due to the rising cases of Covid-19 in Bacolod and neighboring localities.

Clyde Padilla of SEC-Bacolod said yesterday their new work hours will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday to Thursday, while the office will be disinfected every Friday.

She said drop boxes are provided outside the office for reports to be submitted.

The SEC personnel are on a weekly alternate schedule in the office and work from home scheme, she said.

SEC Bacolod will continue serving its clients while observing less use of paper and minimize exposure by traveling, she said.

SEC urged its clients to send first their requests for review, certifications, certified true copies or plain copies of documents, and all other queries through email at secbacolod2018@gmail.com or sec.bcdextension@gmail.com or call the SEC hotline at 09274057973, 09616035772, 09988412004, 445-5714, and 445-5713, during its office hours, Padilla said.

For online requests on certified true copies or plain copies, clients are urged to email a scanned and signed FOI form with valid ID of the authorized representative who will claim the requested document, she said. She added that the FOI form can be requested online from SEC.

For clients who need to obtain the affidavits of correction and accuracy needed in the Company Registration System, they may request for the soft copy of the affidavits through email, she added.

Clients who will request for review of their documents in CRS, IRS, and for amendments of the articles of incorporation are encouraged to have their documents scanned and attached in their email requests, she said.

Once the requested documents are ready for pick up or the review has been completed, clients will be informed through text or email, she added.*

 

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