Enrique Razon, Jr. Net Worth

Enrique Razon, Jr. was born on March 03, 1960 in Manila, Philippines, Philippines. Enrique Razon chairs the International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI), the country's leading terminal operator with $1.1 billion in sales. It also has subsidiaries in Eastern Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Razon's grandfather began with a port in Manila in 1916. Razon's dad rebuilt the business after WWII. Razon transformed it into a global giant. His hospitality firm, Bloomberry Resorts Co., features its crown jewel, the Solaire Casino and Resort in the Philippines.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day March 03, 1960
Birth Place Manila, Philippines, Philippines
Birth Sign Aries
Residence Manila, Philippines
Education De La Salle University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Occupation Chairman and CEO of International Container Terminal Services, Inc.
Known for International Container Terminal Services, Inc. (Chairman and CEO)
Children 2 Katrina (born 1991)
Parent(s) Enrique M. Razon

💰 Net worth: $6.1 Billion (2022)

2011 $1.1 Billion
2012 $1.9 Billion
2013 $4.9 Billion
2014 $4.2 Billion
2015 $5.2 Billion
2016 $2.4 Billion
2017 $3.4 Billion
2018 $5.02 Billion

Famous Quotes:

Facing the world well prepared.



In 1987, Razon inherited International Container Terminal Services, Inc, which grew to become the largest corporation providing container-port terminal services in Manila, Subic, Batangas, General Santos City, Poland and Brazil.


In 2003, Razon donated P50 million for DLSU’s Sports development. The P50 million pesos were broken down into the following: P25 million for equipment and facilities of the Enrique M. Razon Sports Complex, named after his father; P20 million for athletic scholarships; and P5 million for a Sports solidarity fund.


In 2010, Henry Sy, Jr.’s OneTaipan acquired 100 percent of Monte Oro Resources Grid for USD350 million. The company soon became a partnership between Razon and Walter Brown’s A. Brown Company and owns 30 percent of the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines.


Razon's grandfather established Manila’s main port in South Harbor. He shares the same name with his Father, Enrique Razon, who built the Business through World War II.