SEN. Antonio Trillanes 4th is still the country’s poorest senator and was only able to increase his net worth by half a million pesos in 2014, while Sen. Cynthia Villar remains the richest among the 24 members of the Senate. Based on the Statements of Assets Liabilities and Net Worth (SALN) released by the Senate, Trillanes has a net worth of P5,5 million. Sen. Francis Escudero is the second poorest with a total net worth of P6.049 million.
Villar’s assets grew by P300 million, boosting her net worth to P1.9 billion. Sen. Ralph Recto is the second richest with P522 million, followed by Sen. Ferdinand Marcos Jr. with P200.5 million.
Making it to the top five richest were detained Senators Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada with P192.8 million and Ramon Revilla Jr., P181.9 million.
The other senators maintained their rankings like Juan Ponce Enrile, P121 million; Teofisto Guingona 3rd, P113.4 million; Serge Osmeña 3rd, P107 million; Sonny Angara, P100.3 million; Grace Poe, P89.464 million; Joseph Victor Ejercito, P75.5 million; Pia Cayetano, P73.4 million; Franklin Drilon, P73.125 million; Miriam Defensor-Santiago, P73.033 million; Vicente Sotto 3rd,P64.28 million; Nancy Binay, P62.558 million; Loren Legarda, P39.6 million. Sen. Lito Lapid declared a net worth of P33. 8 million; Paolo Benigno Aquino 4th, P24.536 million; Alan Peter Cayetano, P23.314 million; Gringo Honasan, P21. 225 million; and Aquilino Pimentel 3rd, P18 million.