Cynthia Villar remains richest senator
Senator Cynthia Villar continued to hold the crown as the richest member of the Senate based on her last year’s statement of assets, liabilities and networth (SALN).
Villar’s declared networth as of December 31, 2017 was pegged at P3,611,260,766.
The eight other senators who made it to the Top 10 richest are Senate President Pro Tempore Ralph Recto (P538.8 million), Senators Juan Miguel Zubiri (P152.09 million), Sonny, Angara (P131.7 million), Franklin Drilon (P93.727 million), Grace Poe (P90.674 million), Sherwin Gatchalian (P88.226 million), JV Ejercito (P78.953 million), and Richard Gordon (P69.508 million).
Senator Antonio Trillanes IV was at the bottom of the standing with P6,871,743.64 wealth in his SALN.
Senate President Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III, meanwhile, was notably 6th in the list of poorest senators with P18.110 million net worth.
Below is the full list of the senators’ net worth as of 2017.
- Senator Cynthia Villar P3,611,260, 766
- Senator Manny Pacquiao P2,946,315,029.93
- Senator Ralph Recto P538,889,914.15
- Senator Migz Zubiri P152,094,252.72
- Senator Sonny Angara P131,765,860
- Senator Franklin Drilon P93,727,005
- Senator Grace Poe P90,674,709.72
- Senator Sherwin Gatchalian P88, 226,485.77
- Senator JV Ejercito P78,953,332.58
- Senator Richard Gordon P69,508,942.57
- Senator Vicente “Tito” Sotto III P64,730,400
- Senator Nancy Binay P60,612,685
- Senator Loren Legarda P51,316,903.13
- Senator Bam Aquino P39,192,743.622
- Senator Panfilo “Ping” Lacson P36,305,440.90
- Senator Gregorio Honasan P25,243,912.89
- Senator Joel Villanueva P23,727,895
- Senate Pres. Koko Pimentel P18,110,000
- Senator Risa Hontiveros P16,196,665.71
- Senator Francis “Kiko” Pangilinan P13,471,564.17
- Senator Francis Escudero P8,502,082.09
- Senator Leila de Lima P7,944,973.69
- Senator Sonny Trillanes IV P6,871,743.64
Cynthia Villar is richest senator, Trillanes ‘poorest’
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