These Are the Richest Siblings in the Philippines

Meet the brothers and sisters who regularly top rich lists.

There's rich, then there's super-rich. In the Philippines, only a small group of people can say they've amassed such great wealth. The one percent, if you will. How small is it? We're talking about a single common ancestor to the single richest family in Asia type of small.

But, it gets even smaller when you realize that a lot of those who belong in the top one percent are related. We're not talking about the richest families, we're talking richest brothers and sisters who dominate Forbes' richest list. Here, we've put together the richest siblings in the Philippines.

More: Aboitiz to Zobel: The Most Powerful Families of the Philippines

Sy Siblings

Hans Sy
Photo by COURTESY.

Net Worth: $13.9 billion

Source of Wealth: Diversified

Since Henry Sy's passing, his six children Teresita, Elizabeth, Henry Jr., Hans, Herbert, and Harley have taken the mantle and inherited the fortune from Philippine conglomerate SM Investments Corporation (also known as SM Group). The group has interests in multiple industries, including shopping mall development and management, retail, real estate development, banking, and tourism.


Gokongwei Siblings

Robina Gokongwei-Pe
Photo by IAN SANTOS.

Net Worth: $4.1 billion

Source of Wealth: Diversified

The Gokongwei family has a net worth of $4.1 billion spread throughout siblings Lance, Robina, Lisa, Faith, Hope, and Marcia. Their wealth comes from JG Summit Holdings, Inc., one of the largest conglomerates in the Philippines with interests in air transportation, banking, food manufacturing, hotels, petrochemicals, power generation, publishing, real estate and property development, and telecommunications.

More: The Richest Women in the Philippines

Ty Siblings

Alfred Ty
Recommended Videos

Net Worth: $1.4 billion

Source of Wealth: Banking

From starting with Metrobank to growing it to GT Capital, the late George Ty was a true business magnate. Now, his children Arthur, Alfred, Alesandra, and Anjanette head the conglomerate and its interests in banking, auto, property development, power generation, and insurance.

Que Siblings

Net Worth: $1.34 billion

Source of Wealth: Drugstores

Founded by Mariano Que, Mercury Drug is the largest drugstore chain in the country with over 1,200 branches and counting. Today, the company is headed by the Que siblings who have a total net worth of $1.34 billion. Out of them all, Vivian Que Azcona is the largest shareholder.

More: Why Are There So Many Rich Families From Cebu?

Consunji Siblings

Net Worth: $1.3 billion

Source of Wealth: Construction

DMCI Holdings' Isidro, Josefa, Jorge, Luz, Maria Cristina, and Maria Edwina Consunji have a combined net worth of $1.3 billion. As one of the country's largest property development companies, DMCI is behind several projects, including general construction, real estate, and more. In recent years, the company has also ventured into mining, power generation, and water services.

Campos Siblings


Net Worth: $600 million

Source of Wealth: Pharma

Siblings Jocelyn, Joselito, and Jeffrey Campos head Unilab, the top pharmaceutical company in the Philippines. The company, founded by Jose Campos and Mariano Tan, started as a small drugstore in 1945. Since then, it has expanded to real estate with Greenfield Development and food and beverages with Del Monte Pacific.

More: Meet the New Generation of Crazy Rich Kids of the Philippines

Inigo and Mercedes Zobel

Inigo Zobel
Photo by IAN SANTOS.
Mercedes Zobel
Photo by IAN SANTOS.

Net Worth: $2.56 billion (2019)

Source of Wealth: Diversified

The Zobel clan's Inigo and Mercedes have long been a part of the Forbes rich list. The brother and sister were the only siblings on the list up until 2019. In 2020, however, the two dropped off the list of the 50 richest Filipinos. That's not to say the siblings had a major drop: Inigo Zobel's net worth was still at $990 million as of September 2020, while Mercedes was no longer on the list.

The siblings are the children of Enrique Zobel de Ayala, whose forebears were known for developing Makati's swamplands into a financial and commercial district. Today, the two have a stake in Ayala Corporation. Inigo Zobel also has Top Frontier Investment Holdings Inc. and San Miguel Corporation to thank for his fortune.

View More Articles About:
More Videos You Can Watch
Latest Feed
Load More Articles
Connect With Us