World top billionaires 2013

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The slides present the Forbes World Top Billionaire of 2013 as well as the Philippines' billionaires. It provides an insight into what industries do they belong and draws conclusions on its contribution to international trade.

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World top billionaires 2013

  1. 1. World’s Top Billionaires – 2013 Presented by: Emmie R. Bunyi Antonio E. Casurao Sr. Linda B. Favila Ferdinand C. Importado Jay A. Sario Al Bryan T. Taculog Juan C. Tallara
  2. 2. Interesting facts…. 442 386 366 129 103 Billionaires U.S.A. Asia and Pacific Europe Americas Middle East and Africa 1,426 individuals $5.432T net worth 64 countries 11 Filipinos 138 female billionaires
  3. 3. World’s Top Billionaires Carlos Slim Helu Bill Gates Amancio Ortega • $73B • Telecoms • America Movil, Dutch telecom KPN, Telekom Austria • $67B • Technology • Microsoft, Inc. • $57B • Fashion and Retail • Zara
  4. 4. Philippines’ Top Billionaires Henry Sy • $13.2 • Diversified • 68th Lucio Tan • $5 • Diversified • 248th Enrique Razon Jr. • $4.9 • Diversified • 260th
  5. 5. Issues • Emerging economies • Economic stagnation • Goods sign or bad sign
  6. 6. Billionaires per country Rank Country No. 1 United States 442 2 China 122 3 Russia 110 4 Germany 58 5 India 55 6 Brazil 46 7 Turkey 43 8 Hong Kong 39 9 United Kingdom 37 10 Canada 29 Country Net worth United States 1,872.50 Russia 427.10 Germany 296.28 China 262.96 India 193.60 Hong Kong 193.10 Brazil 189.30 Mexico 148.50 France 142.85 United Kingdom 121.10
  7. 7. Billionaires in Asia Rank Country No. 1 China 122 2 India 55 3 Hong Kong 39 4 Taiwan 26 5 Indonesia 25 6 South Korea 24 7 Australia 22 8 Japan 22 9 Philippines 11 10 Malaysia 10 11 Thailand 10 12 Singapore 10 13 Kazakhstan 5 14 New Zealand 3 15 Vietnam 1 16 Nepal 1 Country Net worth China 262.96 India 193.60 Hong Kong 193.10 Australia 73.10 Taiwan 72.80 Japan 68.40 South Korea 56.35 Indonesia 55.25 Malaysia 48.75 Philippines 39.85 Thailand 38.60 Singapore 31.60 Kazakhstan 9.20 New Zealand 9.15 Vietnam 1.50 Nepal 1.00
  8. 8. Billionaires per industry Rank Industry No. 1 Investments 148 2 Fashion and retail 146 3 Real estate 129 4 Diversified 125 5 Food and beverage 100 6 Technology 95 7 Manufacturing 89 8 Energy 83 9 Finance 78 10 Media 69 11 Metals and mining 65 12 Healthcare 57 13 Service 55 14 Construction 48 15 Automotive 24 16 Logisitics 24 17 Retail 23 18 Telecom 18 19 Gaming 16 20 Sports 16 21 Oil 10 22 Business 3 23 Medicine 3 24 Politics 2 1,426 Industry Net worth Fashion and retail 777.18 Investments 559.30 Technology 492.30 Diversified 465.50 Real estate 414.90 Food and beverage 374.70 Energy 371.05 Metals and mining 312.40 Media 263.30 Manufacturing 250.55 Finance 214.45 Healthcare 148.60 Service 142.61 Telecom 137.00 Construction 128.70 Automotive 87.80 Gaming 72.60 Logisitics 64.85 Retail 43.95 Sports 33.05 Politics 29.50 Business 28.70 Oil 12.45 Medicine 6.40 5,431.84
  9. 9. Industry Investment per group U.S.A. Asia and Pacific Europe Americas Middle East and Africa Investments Real estate Fashion / retail Food / beverage Diversified Technology Diversified Energy Telecom Investments Fashion / retailManufacturing Metals / mining Fashion / retail Finance Energy Technology Food / beverage Finance Construction Media Metals / mining Investments Media Metals / mining
  10. 10. Philippine top billionaires and economic conditions • Henry Sy and Family, $13.2B (68th and 10th) • Lucio Tan and Family, $5B (248th and 54th) • Enrique Razon , $4.9B (258th and 57th) • Combined wealth of the 11 Filipino billionaires ($39.85) represents 16.37% of the total GDP at current prices or 26.9% at constant prices. • 10 out of the 11 billionaires owned publicly listed companies • As of October 2012, least 6.8% are considered unemployed. • Poverty incidence among the population was estimated at 26.9% (latest data as of 2009)
  11. 11. Conclusions Billionaire turnover • China shows a healthy turnover of billionaires with nine new comers on the 2013 list compared with 2007 (90%). • The Philippines ranked 8th together with Thailand on this category at 33%. This means that for every 3 billionaires listed, one new billionaire emerges.
  12. 12. Conclusions Net worth of the wealthiest • China’s wealthiest person, Zong Qinghou (Wahaha Chairman), whose net worth of $11.6 came mostly from beverage business. • Smaller economies like the Philippines (Henry Sy and Family, $13.20) and Malaysia (Robert Kuok, $12.50).
  13. 13. Conclusions % on country’s GDP • With the rampant news about the level of corruption in China, its billionaires account for just 3.2% of its GDP making it the less bloated billionaire class among the big emerging markets. • The Philippines with 16.37% is above the threshold of 10% together with Malaysia, Taiwan, and Thailand while India is on the edge, with billionaire wealth equal to 9.9% of GDP.
  14. 14. Conclusions Good versus bad investments • Russia considered as the 2nd ranked country in terms of total net worth, derived 75% of its billionaire wealth from classically unproductive industries such as real estate and natural resources. Likewise, Asia’s 2nd richest billionaires derived 41% of its wealth from these unproductive resources. China comes 3rd with 32% partly due to its raging real estate bubble. • South Korea on the other side proved that majority (100%) of its billionaires’ wealth came from productive resources followed by Malaysia (88%) and the Philippines (86%).
  15. 15. Recommendations • The global rise of the bad billionaires since a decade ago has been solidified by the reversal of fortunes between tech tycoons and energy barons. • Filipino billionaires should therefore consider diversifying some of their wealth in the technology sector and avoid those industries that are perceived to be the source of corruptions such as oil, real estate, and mining.

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