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Cynthia Villar is richest senator, Trillanes ‘poorest’

By: - Reporter / @MAgerINQ
/ 06:38 PM May 18, 2015

SENATOR Cynthia Villar remained the  richest member of the Senate while Senator Antonio Trillanes  IV was the “poorest”  based on their  2014 statement of assets, liabilities  and  net worth (SALN).

Villar, wife of   former Senator  Manny Villar and the  only  billionaire member of the Senate,  had a total assets of P1.983 billion.  Trillanes’ net worth was only P5.5 million.


The second richest member was Senator Ralph Recto with P522M, followed by Senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr.  (P200.5M), Senator  Jinggoy  Estrada  (P192.8 million), and Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr. (P181.9 million)

Both Estrada and Revilla have been charged with plunder and detained over the pork  barrel  scam.


Senator Juan Ponce Enrile, who was also charged and detained along with Estrada  and Revilla, was the sixth  richest  member with  P121 million,  followed by Senator  Teofisto  Guingona III  P113.4 million, Senator Sergio Osmeña III with P107 million, and Senator  Grace  Poe with P89.464 million.

Senator  Franklin Drilon  was  the 13th richest senator with P73.12 million.

While her family is being accused of amassing  unexplained wealth, Senator Nancy Binay only ranked 16th with  P62.558 million.

Below is the  list of the senators’ net worth  in 2014.

  1. Senator  Cynthia Villar         (P1.983B)
  2. Senator Ralph Recto                 (P522M)
  3. Senator Ferdinand Marcos Jr         (P200.5M)
  4. Senator Jinggoy Estrada  (P192.8M)
  5. Senator Ramon “Bong” Revilla Jr    (P181.9M)
  6. Senator Juan Ponce Enrile           (P121M)
  7. Senator Teofisto Guingona III       (P113.4M))
  8. Senator Serge Osmeña III            (P107 M)
  9. Senator Sonny Angara                (P100.357M)
  10. Senator Grace Poe                   (P89.464M)
  11. Senator JV Ejercito                 (P75.5M)
  12. Senator Pia Cayetano           (P73.4M)
  13. Senate President Franklin Drilon    (P73.125M)
  14. Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago  (P73.033M)
  15. Senator  Vicente Sotto              (P64.28M)
  16. Senator Nancy Binay            (P62.558M)
  17. Senator Loren Legarda           (P39. 6M)
  18. Senator Lito Lapid   (P33. 8M)
  19. Sen. Bam Aquino            (P24.536 M)
  20. Senator Alan Cayetano             (P23.314 M)
  21. Sen. Gringo Honasan                 (P21. 225M)
  22. Sen. Aquilino Pimentel III   (P18 M)
  23. Senator Francis Escudero            (P6. 049M)
  24. Senator Antonio Trillanes IV (P5.549M)

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