Samuel Yin Net Worth

Samuel Yin was born on August 16, 1950 in Taipei, Taiwan. He is the leader of the Ruentex Group, a conglomerate with interests in financial services, real estate, Nan Shan Insurance, and Sun Art Retail Group, a leading hypermarket operator in China. His wife serves as chairman of Ruentex Industries.
Samuel Yin is a member of Diversified

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Birth Day August 16, 1950
Birth Place Taipei, Taiwan, Taiwan
Samuel Yin age 73 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Virgo
Residence Taipei, Taiwan
Alma mater Chinese Culture University National Taiwan University National Chengchi University
Occupation Chairman, Ruentex Financial Group
Known for Founder, Tang Prize
Spouse(s) married

💰 Net worth: $4.5 Billion (2024)

Samuel Yin, renowned as a diversified business tycoon in Taiwan, is projected to have an impressive net worth of $4.5 billion by 2024. With his exceptional entrepreneurship skills, Yin has managed to accumulate significant wealth through diversified business ventures. While details of his wealth generation remain undisclosed, it is evident that his multidimensional approach to investments has contributed to his financial success. With a strong presence in various industries, Samuel Yin continues to solidify his position as one of the most influential and prosperous entrepreneurs in Taiwan.

2013 $3.7 Billion
2014 $3.3 Billion
2015 $3.8 Billion
2016 $2.6 Billion
2017 $4.2 Billion
2018 $3.62 Billion



Yin studied history at Chinese Culture University. He received a master's degree in Business at the National Taiwan University in 1982 and a Ph.D in Business at the National Chengchi University in 1986. In 2004, Yin was named fellow of the Chinese Institute of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering. In 2008, he was invited to join Russia's International Academy of Engineering and also awarded the Engineering Prowess Medal, the academy's highest honour. In 2010, Yin received the Henry L. Michel Award for Industry Advancement of Research by the prestigious American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) for his contribution in the area of construction Technology research. He was the first person without an academic background in engineering to receive the award.


Yin established the Tang Prize in December 2012. The prize is touted as the Asian equivalent of the Nobel Prize. The mission of the prize is to promote research that is beneficial to the world and humankind, promote Chinese culture and make the world a better place. The prize pays out the equivalent of 1.7 million USD in categories of sustainable development, biopharmaceutical science, sinology and the "rule of law”.


In Taiwan and China, he is recognized as a promoter of entrepreneurship and startups. In 2014, Yin was named as one of the key Investors in Gogoro, an electric scooter startup in Taiwan.