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Sila ang top 15 na pinakamayayamang Pilipino para sa taong 2020 ayon sa Forbes

Fifteen tycoons from the Philippines made it out to become included in the Forbes’ Billionaires 2020 List.

This means each of them had a net worth of at least $1 billion, or about ₱50 billion, to their name.

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This year’s list was made up of 2,095 across the globe, 58 fewer than those recorded in 2019.

The list also became 226 fewer than just 12 days earlier before March 18 when the list was finalized according to Forbes.

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This is the second consecutive year that Villar topped the list, after the passing of SM Group’s Henry Sy, Sr. in 2019.

The Filipinos in this year’s list are the following:

 

15. Eduardo Cojuangco ($1 billion) (50.55 Billion Php)

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Ranked at 1,990th, Cojuangco chairs diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp.

 

14. Robert Coyiuto Jr.($1.4 billion) (70.77 Billion Php)

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Tied at 1,513th place, he is the chairman and chief executive officer of the privately held Prudential Guarantee & Assurance. He also owns a 30% stake in the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP).

 

13. Ramon Ang ($1.4 billion) (70.77 Billion Php)

Ranked 1,513th, Ang is the president and vice chairman of diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corp.

 

12. Elizabeth Sy ($1.6 billion) (80.88 Billion Php)

Ranked 1,335th, Sy is the second child and daughter of the late SM founder. She is an adviser of SM Investments, a post she has held since 2012.

 

11. Tony Tan Caktiong and Family ($1.7 billion) (85.93 Billion Php)

Also ranked 1,267th, Caktiong is the founder and chairman of Jollibee Foods Corp., one of the fastest-growing restaurant chains across the globe.

 

10. Lucio Tan ($1.7 billion) (85.93 Billion Php)

Also ranked 1,267th, Tan is the founder and chair of the LT Group, which has interests in tobacco, spirits, banking, and property development.

 

9. Roberto Ongpin ($1.7 billion) (85.93 Billion Php)

Ranked 1,267th, Ongpin chairs high-end property developer Alphaland Corp, along with several other businesses. He also developed the luxury resort Balesin Island.

 

8. Teresita Sy-Coson ($1.8 billion) (90.99 Billion Php)

Ranked 1,196th, Coson is the eldest child and first daughter of the SM Group’s founder. She is co-chairman of SM Investments, and chairperson of BDO Unibank Inc.

 

7. Andrew Tan ($1.9 billion) (96 Billion Php)

Tan is also ranked 1,135th on the global list. He chairs Alliance Global Inc., a holding company with interests in food and beverage, gaming, and real estate which counts as brands McDonald’s Philippines and Emperador.

 

6. Henry Sy, Jr. ($1.9 billion) (96 Billion Php)

Also ranked 1,135th, he is the eldest son of Henry Sy, Sr. He serves as co-vice chairman of SM Investments, chairman of SM Prime. He also set up Big Boss Cement in 2017

 

5. Harley Sy ($1.9 billion) (96 Billion Php)

Ranked 1,135th, he is also a son of the late Henry Sy, Sr. He currently serves as an executive director of SM Investments, a director of China Banking Corp., and an adviser of BDO Private Bank.

 

4. Hans Sy ($2 billion) (101 Billion Php)

Ranked 1,063rd, he is the fourth child of Henry Sy, the late found of SM Investments Corp. (SMIC). He stepped down as president of SM Prime Holdings Inc. in 2016, where he remains a director.

 

3. Herbert Sy ($2.2 billion) (111 Billion Php)

Tied at 1,063rd, he is also the son of the late SM founder. He serves as an adviser of conglomerate SM Investments Corp. (SMIC), and a director of SM Prime Holdings Inc. (SMPH)

 

2. Enrique Razon Jr. ($3.4 billion) (171.87 Billion Php)

Ranked 565th on the global list, Razon chairs port operator International Container Terminal Services Inc. (ICTSI), and Solaire Resort & Casino operator Bloomberry Resorts Corp., both publicly listed companies.

 

1. Manuel Villar ($5.6 billion) (283 Billion Php)

This is the second consecutive year that Villar topped the list, after the passing of SM Group’s Henry Sy, Sr. in 2019.

Villar ranked 286th globally with a $5.6 billion (about ₱280 billion) fortune.

He founded Vista Land & Lifescapes, a real estate conglomerate that started with building subdivisions, eventually venturing into condominiums, malls and convenience stores.

 

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