Business as usual: Kazuo Okada’s group claims ‘all is well’ despite freezing of bank assets

The group of Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada remains unfazed even if Okada Manila’s financial assets have been frozen by three of the country’s biggest banks.

Tiger Resorts Asia warns against dealing with Kazuo Okada, Tonyboy Cojuangco after hotel heist

In a statement on Okada Manila’s website, Kazuo’s allies said there will be no disruption of the hotel-casino’s operations because it has been “business as usual” since the Okada group took control of the establishment.

“Chairman Okada has assured that all financial obligations are met and that all ongoing business transactions are right on track,” they said.

Kazuo Okada, Tonyboy Cojuangco face criminal raps after ‘hostile casino takeover’

“The purported Bank Freeze that Atty. Estrella Elamparo of Divina Law has reported has no effect at all on Okada Manila’s commitment to its partners and valued patrons,” the statement read. “Management is closely working with the Banks in order to provide continued support to Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment Inc.’s business needs.”

Tiger Resorts Leisure and Entertainment Inc (TRLEI), through abogado Estrella Elamparo, earlier announced that BDO, Asia United Bank, and UnionBank have frozen Okada Manila’s assets amid the infighting in the casino complex.

Preserving status quo daw! Kazuo Okada twists SC order by installing 3 new faces on Tiger Resort board through thuggish takeover

Okada’s men took over casino operations and forcibly took over the premises. In turn, Tiger Resorts’ parent firm issued a public advisory stating that Okada and his ally Tonyboy Cojuangco are not authorized to transact on behalf of the entertainment complex.

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MPIC CFO Joins WBA Allies’ Assembly 2022

Metro Pacific Investments Corporation (MPIC), the country’s leading infrastructure investments company, represented by its Chief Finance, Risk, and Sustainability Officer Chaye A. Cabal-Revilla, joined the World Benchmarking Alliance’s (WBA) Allies’ Assembly 2022 as a speaker and panelist in Cape Town, South Africa.