Pueblo de Oro Development Corporation (PODC) is owner-developer of the 360-hectare Pueblo de Oro Township. It is a member of the ICCP Group, a group of companies primarily engaged in investment banking and direct investments, property development and services, and is a joint-venture between Regatta Properties, Inc. (RPI) and Beacon Property Ventures, Inc. (BPVI).
RPI is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Science Park of the Philippines, Inc.(SPPI). The latter is a pioneer and premier developer of industrial estates which include the Light Industry & Science Park of the Philippines (LISP 1 - 173 has.) in Cabuyao, Laguna; LISP II (68 has.) in Calamba, Laguna; LISP III (133 has.) in Sto. Tomas, Batangas, and the Cebu Light Industrial Park in Mactan (62 has.), Cebu and the Hermosa Ecozone (438 has.) in Bataan. SPPI is owned by prestigious institutional investors like the Investment & Capital Corporation of the Phils. (ICCP), Philippine American Life and General Insurance Company (Philamlife). Mitsui Co. of Japan, Fremont Investors, Inc. (Bechtel Group of Companies), National Development Corporation, Perf Realty Corporation, Panay Electric Company, Inc., Valmora Investment & Management Corp., ICCP Land & Management, Inc. and the ICCP Managers, Inc.
BPVI, in turn, was established primarily to undertake equity investments in selected property development projects. Its major stockholders include Philamlife, Bank of the Philippine Islands, lonics Circuits, Inc., ICCP, Bacnotan Consolidated, Valmora Investment & Management Corp. and Phinma Property Holdings, Inc. BPVI is Pueblo de Oro's Mother Company in CdeO.