Federico R. Lopez

Mr. Lopez, Filipino, is the incumbent Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer (CEO) of EDC and has been a member of
its Board of Directors since the company‘s full privatization
in 2007. He is also the Chairman and CEO of First Gen Corp.
and FPHC. He is a director of ABS-CBN, First Private Power
Corp., and Bauang Private Power Corp. He also serves as
Director, President and CEO of FG Bukidnon Power Corp., First
Gen Hydro Power Corp., First Gen Energy Solutions, Inc., Red
Vulcan Holdings Corp., Prime Terracota Holdings Corp., First
Gas Holdings Corp., First Gas Power Corp., FGP Corp., Unified
Holdings Corp., First NatGas Power Corp., and First Gas Pipeline
Corp. Mr. Lopez is also a member of FPHC‘s Energy Task Force
since 1993, where he is involved not only in project development
but also in efforts to introduce market reforms in the power
industry. A staunch environmentalist, he is president of First
Philippine Conservation, Inc. and a director of Conservation
International. He is also a member and Chapter Officer of the
Young President‘s Organization.
Mr. Lopez is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a
bachelor of arts degree in economics and international relations,
cum laude (1983).

Mr. Lopez, Filipino, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EDC and has been a member of its Board of Directors since the company’s full privatization in 2007. He is the Chairman and CEO of EDC since his election to the position in July 2010. He is also the Chairman and CEO of all of EDC’s domestic subsidiaries. He is also the Chairman and CEO of First Philippine Holdings Corporation, First Gen Corporation, FG Hydro Corporation, First Gas Power Corporation, FGP Corp., First Gen Energy Solutions, Green Core Geothermal Inc., First Gen Renewable Inc., and FG Bukidnon Power Corp. He is Chairman of First Philippine Industrial Corp., First Philippine Electric Corp., First Philippine Realty Corp., and First Balfour Inc., and is Treasurer of Lopez Holdings, Inc. He also sits on the board of ABS-CBN Corporation. A staunch environmentalist, he is the Chairman of the Philippine Solar Car Challenge Society and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Philippine Business for Social Progress and the Philippine Tropical Forest Conservation Foundation. He is also a member of the World Presidents’ Organization.

 

Mr. Lopez is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of arts degree in economics and international relations, cum laude (1983)