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Wealthiest People in Singapore (January 20, 2023)

As of January 20, 2023, Li Xiting was the wealthiest man in Singapore, with an estimated net worth of 18.5 billion U.S. dollars, followed by Robert & Philip Ng (No. 2, $15.3 billion), Goh Cheng Liang (No. 3, $14.1 billion); and Zhang Yong (No. 4, $8.2  billion).

Wee Cho Yaw is the fifth-richest person in Singapore, with a whopping $7.4 billion. Kwee brothers ranked 6th with a personal wealth of $6.1 billion, followed by Jason Chang with $4.3 billion. Forrest Li is placed 8th with a net worth of $3.8 billion. Kuok Khoon Hong ($3.3 billion) occupied the 9th position among the top 10 wealthiest people in Singapore.


  1. Li Xiting: $18.5 billion
  2. Robert & Philip Ng: $15.3 billion
  3. Goh Cheng Liang: $14.1 billion
  4. Zhang Yong: $8.2 billion
  5. Wee Cho Yaw: $7.4 billion
  6. Kwee brothers: $6.1 billion
  7. Jason Chang: $4.3 billion
  8. Forrest Li: $3.8 billion
  9. Kuok Khoon Hong: $3.3 billion
  10. Sam Goi: $2.9 billion
  11. Raj Kumar & Kishin RK: $2.8 billion
  12. Kwek Leng Beng Peter Lim: $2.6 billion
  13. Peter Lim: $2.6 billion
  14. Gang Ye: $2.6 billion
  15. Choo Chong Ngen: $2.4 billion
  16. Zhao Tao: $2.3 billion
  17. Kwek Leng Kee: $2.2 billion
  18. Shu Ping: $2.2 billion
  19. Oei Hong Leong: $2.0 billion
  20. Asok Kumar Hiranandani: $1.7 billion
  21. Zhong Sheng Jian: $1.6 billion
  22. Ron Sim: $1.5 billion
  23. Chua Thian Poh: $1.4 billion
  24. Koh Wee Meng: $1.2 billion
  25. Kwek Leng Peck: $1.2 billion

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