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Who are the top 50 richest people in Singapore, 2019?

Thanks to Zhang Yong, Kwek Leng Beng, and Goh Cheng Liang, the top 50 wealthiest people in Singapore saw their wealth surge in the past year to reach $130 billion. They are 12% richer than they were last year.

With a net worth of $10.6 billion, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, is the youngest person on the list.

Meanwhile, shipping tycoon Chang Yun Chung ($1.5 billion) is the oldest person on the list. The 101-year-old, Chang Yun Chung, is also the oldest billionaire in the world.

Zhang Yong, who is now a naturalized Singapore citizen, is the richest man in Singapore. Zhang Yong’s net worth stands at $13.8 billion. Zhang is the founder of Haidilao International, running a chain of hotpot restaurants. To make the list of the top 50 required a net worth of at least $560 million.

Who are the richest people in Singapore?

  1. Zhang Yong; $13.8 billion
  2. Robert and Philip Ng; $12.1 billion
  3. Eduardo Saverin; $10.6 billion
  4. Goh Cheng Liang; $9.5 billion
  5. Kwek Leng Beng; $8.8 billion
  6. Wee Cho Yaw; $6.6 billion
  7. Khoo family; $6.5 billion
  8. Kwee brothers; $5.7 billion
  9. Kuok Khoon Hong; $3 billion
  10. Choo Chong Ngen; $2.95 billion
  11. Richard Chandler; $2.9 billion
  12. Raj Kumar & Kishin RK; $2.65 billion
  13. Arvind Tiku; $2.2 billion
  14. Peter Lim; $2.05 billion
  15. Sam Goi; $2 billion
  16. Ong Beng Seng and Christina Ong; $1.7 billion
  17. Asok Kumar Hiranandani; $1.69 billion
  18. Lim Oon Kuin; $1.65 billion
  19. Lee family; $1.61 billion
  20. Ho family; $1.6 billion
  21. Forrest Li; $1.57 billion
  22. Chang Yun Chung; $1.5 billion
  23. Tang Wee Kit; $1.43 billion
  24. Chew Gek Khim; $1.42 billion
  25. Zhong Sheng Jian; $1.41 billion
  26. Oei Hong Leong; $1.4 billion
  27. Lien family; $1.35 billion
  28. Gordon Tang; $1.3 billion
  29. Tay family; $1.29 billion
  30. Ron Sim; $1.28 billion
  31. Chua Thian Poh; $1.25 billion
  32. Koh Wee Meng; $1.2 billion
  33. Robert Friedland; $1.05 billion
  34. Wong brothers; $970 million
  35. Michael Kum; $930 million
  36. Lim Chap Huat; $925 million
  37. Gang Ye; $900 million
  38. Peter Fu Chong Cheng; $890 million
  39. Lim Hock Chee; $870 million
  40. Muhammed Aziz Khan; $850 million
  41. Kuik Ah Han; $800 million
  42. Cheng Wai Keung; $790 million
  43. Tan Boy Tee ; $705 million
  44. Saurabh Mittal; $700 million
  45. Loo Choon Yong; $695 million
  46. John Lim; $690 million
  47. Shaw Vee Meng; $610 million
  48. Danny Yong; $590 million
  49. Yao Hsiao Tung; $585 million
  50. Min-Liang Tan; $560 million

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