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CORPORATE HISTORY


Campos, Lanuza & Co., Inc. (CLCI) started as a collaboration between Miguel Campos and Gerardo G. Lanuza, Sr., both of which were then retired high-ranking executives of Philamlife and Tabacalera, respectively. Both businessmen shared a common interest in the stock market, had families that originated in Spain (the Campos family hails from the Andalucia region while the Lanuza family comes from the Zaragoza – the capital of the Aragon region of Spain), and are members of the Ortigas clan.

The two gentlemen combined their respective seats and established CLCI in September 1969, originally holding office in Salcedo Village, Makati City. Up to the time of the creation of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) in 1992, CLCI was the only stock broker in the MSE that had two seats, which gave the company a competitive advantage over its peers in listing opportunities. With its establishment, CLCI became one of the founding members of the Makati Stock Exchange (MSE).

Miguel Campos and Gerardo Lanuza, Sr. were joined by the then fresh De La Salle University (DLSU) graduate Gerardo Lanuza, Jr. Over the next 20 years after its establishment, the three men built the business from the ground up and expanded the trading volume of CLCI to become one of the top ten MSE brokers in market turnover prior to the liberalization of the stock market and the creation of the PSE.

In 1994, Gerardo Lanuza, Jr. would play a pivotal role in bringing the headquarters of the newly created PSE to the Ortigas Central Business District (CBD). With the support of the Ortigas family and through CLCI’s sister company, Philippine Realty and Holdings Corp. (PRHC), Gerardo Lanuza Jr. donated a section of the Tektite Towers to the PSE to serve as its headquarters and home to its main trading floor. With the PSE choosing Tektite Towers, the Ortigas CBD had bested other alternative sites and the donation serves as testament of Gerardo Lanuza, Jr.’s contribution to the Philippine equity market.

 
 
 
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