Ramon Ang was born on January 14, 1954 in Manila, Philippines, Philippines. Avid car collector Ramon Ang is the president and vice chairman of one of nation's oldest conglomerates, San Miguel.
Originally a brewer, San Miguel is now a leader in food and beverages; but the bulk of its revenue come from power and infrastructure businesses.
He started out by fixing and selling used Japanese car and truck engines; later, with
Eduardo Cojuangco, now a billionaire, he sold aluminum wheels.
Ang's Eagle Cement saw a favorable IPO in May, amid an infrastructure push by President Duterte's administration.
He also owns a hotel and 100 acres of prime real estate.
Ramon Ang is a member of Food and Beverage
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.