Ramon S. Ang
|Ramón S. Ang|
|Born||January 14, 1954|
|Education||Far Eastern University|
|Net worth||US$2.3 Billion (November 2017)|
Ramón See Ang (born January 14, 1954) is a Chinese Filipino businessman.
He is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Top Frontier Investment Holdings, Inc. (PSE: TFHI), the largest shareholder of San Miguel Corporation (PSE: SMC). He is also the Vice-Chairman, President and Chief Operating Officer of SMC and the Chairman of Cyber Bay Corporation (PSE: CYBR) and Eagle Cement Corporation (PSE: EAGLE).
Ang was elected Vice-Chairman of SMC in January 1999; and in March 2002, its President and Chief Operating Officer. In June 2012, he gained control of SMC after acquiring the shares owned by Eduardo Cojuangco, Jr.
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