Here are the list of the richest people in Trinidad and their net worth:
10. Christian Mouttet – $73.67million
Christian E. Mouttet is a businessperson who has been the head of 10 different companies. Currently, he holds the position of Chairman for Prestige Holdings Ltd., Chairman for Agostini’s Ltd., Chairman at SuperPharm Ltd. (a subsidiary of Agostini’s Ltd.), Chairman of Vemco Ltd., Chairman at Smith Robertson & Co. Ltd., Chairman of Caribbean Distribution Partners Ltd., Chairman of Pepsi Cola Trinidad Bottling Co. Ltd. (a subsidiary of Caribbean Distribution Partners Ltd.) and Chief Executive Officer & Director at Victor E. Mouttet Ltd.
He is also on the board of Desinco Trading Co. Ltd.
In his past career Christian E. Mouttet held the position of Chairman for Telecommunications Services of Trinidad & Tobago Ltd. and President for Trinidad & Tobago Chamber of Industry & Commerce.
Mr. Mouttet received an undergraduate degree from Wagner College (New York).
9. Howard Chin Lee – $81million
Mr. Howard Chin Lee served as an Opposition Senator (Temporary) during the 6th Republican Parliament (2001).
During the 7th and 8th Republican Parliaments Mr. Chin Lee would serve as a Senator and Minister of Government, first as Minister of National Security and later as Minister of Tourism and Minister in the Ministry of Public Administration and Information.
8. Anthony Agostini – $86.5million
Anthony J. Agostini is a businessperson who has been at the helm of 8 different companies and holds the position of Managing Director & Director at Agostini’s Ltd. and Chairman for Agostini Pharmaceutical Ltd.,
Chairman for Fastening & Building Systems Ltd., Chairman of Hand Arnold Trinidad Ltd., Chairman of Rosco Petroavance Ltd., Executive Chairman for Agostini Marketing Ltd., Chairman for Agostinis Fastening Systems and Chairman at Agostini Building Solutions (which are all subsidiaries of Agostini’s Ltd.). Anthony J. Agostini is also on the board of 14 other companies.
7. John Rahael – $119.67million
Mr. John Rahael first entered Parliament as a Government Senator in 1992 in the 4th Republican Parliament. He subsequently contested and won, in 2000, the Port-of-Spain North/St.
Ann’s West constituency. During the period 2001 to 2007, Mr. Rahael served as Minister of Agriculture, Land and Marine Resources and Minister of Health.
6. Anand Ramlogan – $123.83million
Anand Ramlogan SC was Attorney General of Trinidad and Tobago from 28 May 2010 to 2 February 2015.
Ramlogan is also a constitutional and human rights lawyer, having been called to the bar of Trinidad and Tobago in 1996 and the bar of England and Wales in 1994 and was appointed Senior Counsel on 30 December 2011.
5. Imtiaz Ahamad – $2.7billion
Imtiaz Ahamad occupies the position of Chairman at South West Regional Health Authority and Chief Executive Officer at Southern Sales & Service Co. Ltd.
He is also on the board of Guardian Holdings Ltd., CIC Holdings Ltd., Automobile Sales Ltd. and CIC Insurance Brokers Ltd. and Council Member at the University Of The West Indies.
4. Jack Warner – $2.92billion
Austin “Jack” Warner (born 26 January 1943) is a Trinidadian politician, businessman, and former football executive.
Warner was Vice President of FIFA and President of CONCACAF until his suspension and eventual resignation from these roles in 2011.
He is also the former Minister of National Security of Trinidad and Tobago and was an elected member of the country’s parliament from 2007 to 2015. A former history teacher, he is the owner of Joe Public F.C., a professional football club in Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago
3. Roodal Moonilal – $3.5billion
Dr. Roodal Moonilal (born December 2, 1966) was the Minister of Housing and Urban Development of Trinidad and Tobago and the Leader of Government Business in the Lower House of Parliament from 2010 to 2015 .
Moonilal has been the Member of Parliament for Oropouche East since 2010, and served as the Member of Parliament for Oropouche from 2002–2007.
Dr. Moonilal is a founding member of the United National Congress, in fact he served as the first Youth Affairs Officer of the Party. He is the third richest person in Trinidad and Tobago.
2. Jack Ramoutarsingh – $4.67billion
Trinidad and Tobago’s “steel king” Jack Ramoutarsingh is dead.
The multi-million dollar business magnate suffered a massive heart attack and passed away at the Surgi-Med Nursing Home in San Fernando in August 2007.
Even though he is dead, his assets and money slot his name into the list as the second riches t person in Trinidad And Tobago.
1 . Helen Bhagwansingh – $5.5billion
Helen Bhagwansingh, a woman of substance, an entrepreneur and a philanthropist.
She is an iron lady with nerves of steel, a mind of high speed silicon and a heart of gold. She has a soul and a spirit capable of compassion, sacrifice and endurance.
Where a great woman has led, many can go afterwards, but the honour is hers who has found and cut the path.