Our Business

Bloomberry Resorts Corporation (formerly Active Alliance, Incorporated), referred to as “Bloomberry” or Parent Company, is incorporated in the Philippines and was registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on May 3, 1999. Bloomberry was mainly engaged in the manufacture and distribution of consumer communication and electronic equipment and operated within the Subic Bay Freeport Zone (SBFZ) until 2003.  Effective December 14, 2009, the lease agreement between Bloomberry and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority was mutually rescinded.  Bloomberry primary purpose is to subscribe, acquire, hold, sell, assign or dispose of shares of stock and other securities of any corporation, including those engaged in hotel and/or gaming and entertainment business, without engaging in dealership in securities or in the stock brokerage business or in the business of an investment company, to the extent permitted by law, and to be involved in the management and operations of such investee companies; and to guarantee the obligations of its subsidiaries or affiliates or any entity in which the Parent Company has lawful interest.

 

Bloomberry’s shares of stock are publicly traded in the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE). 

 

As of December 31, 2011, the Parent Company was a majority-owned subsidiary of Wespac Holdings Incorporated (WHI). On January 26, 2012, Prime Metroline Holdings, Inc. (PMHI) acquired 60,000,000 shares of Bloomberry, constituting 75% of the outstanding capital stock, from WHI and other stockholders through a cross sale transaction in the PSE. 

 

On February 6, 2012, PMHI sold 100% of its ownership interest in Sureste Properties, Inc. (Sureste), to Bloomberry for 5.9 billion.  As of December 31, 2016, Bloomberry’s subsidiaries include Sureste and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Bloomberry Resorts and Hotels, Inc. (BRHI), Bloom Capital B.V and its subsidiary Solaire de Argentina S.A., Solaire Korea Co., Ltd and its subsidiaries Golden & Luxury Co., Ltd and Muui Agricultural Corporation.

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