NAME:                        APOLINARIO N. OROSA

:                 536-B Mariano Marcos St.
                                    San Juan, Metro Manila

TELEPHONE NO.:     632-724-5155


DATE OF BIRTH:     23 July 1926




Associate in Arts, Jose Rizal College, graduated CUM LAUDE                                                                                1947

Bachelor of Science in Commerce,  Jose Rizal College                                                                                                    1949

Master of Science in Business Administration,  Banking & Finance major                                                                1953
Columbia University, New York City

United Nations Fellow in Applied Economics, Balliol College, Oxford University                                                    1957
United Kingdom

During my fellowship I also trained at the Dutch Planning Bureau at the Hague, Netherlands and the SUIMEZ in
Rome, Italy, an Italian Planning Office for the development of Southern Italy.       

British Council Scholar in Public Finance, Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford, United Kingdom.                                1960
Course was supervised by Mrs. Ursula Hicks on Financial Problems of Developing Countries.

Graduate School of Public AdministrationUniversity of Pittsburgh, PA.                                                                    1962
 A six-month course in Public Administration problems of Developing
Countries. Attended course as a US-AID scholar.

1948 -  Credit Investigator, Rehabilitation Finance Corporation (now Development Bank of the Philippines). Earned this first government position by
  1949  obtaining the highest rating in an open competitive examination for job applicants.

1950    Was selected as the final Filipino trainee to the Junior Professional Training Program of the International Bank of Reconstruction and Development
             (World Bank) as I earned the highest rating in another government competitive examination open for employees of government financial institutions.

1953    Bank Trainee at Irving Trust Co., One Wall Street, New York City. On-the-Job-Training with the Credit Department of the Bank.

1954    Security Analyst a  DOMINICK and DOMINICK, 14 Wall Street, New York City. Firm was engaged in stock brokerage and investment banking.

1955    Shortly after return to Manila, I was appointed as Technical Adviser to the Economic Coordinator, Alfredo Montelibano, Office of Economic
            Coordination. Work involved mostly general supervision and coordination of various government operations.

1956    Transferred to the National Economic Council (now NEDA) and was appointed Chief National Planner, Finance Branch. Work involved national
             economic and social development planning, including the economic model building and preparation of financial framework of the national
             development plans. Served also as Chairman of the Review Committee of the Industrial Guarantee and Loan Fund (IGLF). Work involved evaluation
           of industrial project proposals. Also served as member of Philippine delegation to various international conference such as ECAFE, Colombo Plan, etc.

1966    Deputy Director General, Presidential Economic Staff. Work involved project identification formulation and evaluation as well as monitoring
            problems  and progress of key government development projects. Was also involved in loan negotiations with bilateral and multilateral agencies
            and various Ad Hoc assignments from the Office of the President. For example, I organized Philippine Communications Satellite Corp.
            (PHILCOMSAT)  and became it first Chairman of the Board and President.

1970    Became Director-General of the Presidential Economic Staff. Concurrently I was appointed Officer-in-Charge of Home Financing Commission, a
             member of the Board of Peoples Homesite and Housing Commission (now NHA), and a member of the Joint Legislative Tax Commission. I also
             served as Alternate Director for Philippine and Pakistan at the Asian Development Bank. Together with the Ministry of Defense, I organized the
             PESDND Computer Center which later became the National Computer Center.

1973 -  Transferred to New York City and was appointed as Economic Counselor of the Philippine Mission to the United Nations. Concurrently served as
 1978    Auditor of the New York Branch of the Philippine National Bank and also as a member of the Board of the Philippine Center in New York City.
             Actively participated in United Nations General Assembly meetings including UNDP and ECOSOC.

1979    Resigned from all positions and returned to Manila.

1981    Served as Consultant to the United Nations Fund for Population Activities. Completed an assessment of population needs of Solomon Islands.

1989    Became a member of the Board of Directors of Bauan Colleges, Inc. The school is located at Bauan, Batangas and has a total enrollment of about
             2,300 students.

1992    Elected as member of the Board of Ventures Bank.

1996    Joined Cesar A. Virata Associates as Senior Social Development Expert and now currently engaged as Consultant in the Batangas Port Development
             Proposal (Phase II).

1997    Elected as Chairman of the Board of Bauan Colleges, Inc.