Forbes lists the Philippines’ 40 richest people; Henry Sy is ranked No. 1

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that Forbes magazine recently published a list of the 40 richest people in the Philippines.

ABS-CBNNews.com reports that Forbes recently published a list of the 40 richest people in the Philippines. Check out the list below:

 

1. Henry Sy - $9.1 billion (SM Prime)

2. Lucio Tan - $4.5 billion (Phillip Morris Fortune Tobacco)

3. Enrique Razon Jr. - $3.6 billion (International Container Terminal Services)

4. John Gokongwei Jr. - $3.2 billion (JG Summit)

5. David Consunji - $2.7 billion (DMCI)

6. Andrew Tan - $2.3 billion (Alliance Global)

7. Jaime Zobel de Ayala - $2.2 billion (Ayala Corp.)

8. George Ty - $1.7 billion (Metropolitan Bank)

9. Roberto Ongpin - $1.5 billion (Atok-Big Wedge)

10. Eduardo Cojuangco Jr. - $1.4 billion (San Miguel)

11. Roberto Coyiuto Jr. - $1.3 billion (National Grid)

12. Tony Tan Caktiong - $1.25 billion (Jollibee Foods)

13. Lucio and Susan Co - $1.2 billion (Puregold Price Club)

14. Iñigo and Mercedes Zobel - $1.15 billion (Ayala Corp.)

15. Emilio Yap - $1.1 billion (Philtrust Bank)

16. Jon Ramon Aboitiz - $955 million (Aboitiz Equity Ventures)

17. Andrew Gotianun - $825 million (Filinvest Development)

18. Manuel Villar - $720 million (Vista Land and Lifescapes)

19. Beatrice Campos - $700 million (Unilab)

20. Vivian Que Azcona - $690 million (Mercury Drug)

21. Alfonso Yuchengco - $570 million (Rizal Commercial Bank)

22. Mariano Tan Jr. - $420 million (Unilab)

23. Enrique Aboitiz - $400 million (Aboitiz & Co.)

24. Eric Recto - $365 million (Alphaland)

25. Jose Antonio - $300 million (Century Properties Group)

26. Gilberto Duavit - $270 million (GMA Network)

27. Menardo Jimenez - $265 million (GMA Network)

28. Frederick Dy - $260 million (Security Bank)

29. Manuel Zamora Jr. - $255 million (Nickel Asia)

30. Alfredo Ramos - $$250 million (Atlas Consolidated Mining and Development)

31. Oscar Lopez - $245 million (ABS-CBN)

32. Felipe Gozon - $240 million (GMA Network)

33. Betty Ang - $235 million (Monde Nissin)

34. Wilfred Uytengsu Jr. - $230 million (Alaska Milk)

35. Juliette Romualdez - $200 million (Banco de Oro)

36. Bienvenido Tantoco Sr. - $195 million (Rustan Commercial)

37. Jacinto Ng Sr. - $190 million (Rebisco)

38. Tomas Alcantara - $160 million (Alsons Consolidated Resources)

39. Michael Cosiquien - $150 million (Megawide Construction)

40. Edgar Sia II - $140 million (Mang Inasal)

 

For more on this story, log on to ABS-CBNNews.com and Forbes.com.

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