Richest Politicians in Singapore 2021
Richest Politicians in Singapore and their Net Worth. Wealthiest Singaporean Billionaires High ministerial salaries is one of the hottest topics in Singapore. The World renowned ranking organization, Forbes, annual listing of billionaires, for three consecutive years.
Here’s a list of The Top 10 Richest Politicians in Singapore and their Net Worth
10. George Yeo Net Worth – US $ 28.6 million
George Yeo is a politician from Singapore and currently Chancellor of the Nalanda University and the also the member of the Governing Board of Nalanda University.
He did serve as a Member of Parliament from 3 September 1988 to 7 May 2011, and as our Minister for Foreign Affairs for almost 7 years. Since resigning from politics, Yeo had a stint at Nalanda University from 2011 to 2016 as a chancellor and member of governing board.
George Yeo is currently the chairman and executive director of Kerry Logistics Network, director of Kerry Holdings, and non-executive director of Wilmar International as well as AIA Group.
Also member of the PAP who served as the Minister of Information and Arts, Minister of Trade and Industry, Minister of Health, Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1991 to 2011. George Yeo estimated net worth is US $ 28.6 million and he is ranked at No. 10 in the list of top 10 richest politician of Singapore.
9. Charles Chong Net Worth- US $ 30 million
Charles Chong is a Member of Parliament representing Punggol East SMC, and serves as the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, to Tan Chuan Jin who is the current Speaker.
Chong is relatively lower-profile compared to the rest on this list, his most notable moment in recent memory probably when he won Punggol East SMC back from the Worker’s Party in 2015 with 51.76% of the vote.
Charles Chong estimated net worth is US $ 30 million and he is ranked in the last at 9th position in the list of top 10 richest politician of Singapore as appeared in financial magazines such as Forbes and Bloomberg.
8. Vivian Balakrishnan Net Worth- US $ 34.2 million
Vivian Balakrishnan is our current Minister of Foreign Affairs, and has helmed the Ministry since 1 October 2015.Previously, he had held the posts of Minister for Community Development, Youth and Sports, and Minister for the Environment and Water Resources. In addition, he is also in charge of the Smart Nation Programme, which aims to keep Singapore abreast of latest technological developments.