6 Filipino firms are listed on Forbes Global 2000 World’s Largest Public Companies

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Six Filipino companies have been listed in the 16th annual Forbes Global 2000 for publicly-traded companies from 60 countries.

Four holding companies and two banks from the Philippines have been listed with other global companies as collectively accounting for $189 trillion in assets, $56.8 trillion in market value, $39.1 trillion in sales, and $3.2 trillion in profit. Forbes Global 2000 notes “all metrics are up double-digits year-over-year, with profits up an impressive 28%.”

Here are the 6 Filipino companies in the World’s Largest Public Companies based on their 2018 Forbes 2000 Ranking for sales, profits, assets, and market value:

RankCompanyCountrySalesProfitsAssetsMarket Value
#883SM InvestmentsPhilippines$7.8 B$664 M$18.6 B$21.2 B
#1072BDO UnibankPhilippines$3 B$554 M$53.6 B$11.1 B
#1210Top Frontier Investment HoldingsPhilippines$16.4 B$244 M$30 B$1.7 B
#1216AyalaPhilippines$4.8 B$600 M$20.5 B$11.5 B
#1506JG Summit HoldingsPhilippines$5.2 B$583 M$14.9 B$8.4 B
#1750Metropolitan Bank & TrustPhilippines$2.1 B$365 M$39.6 B$6.6 B

 

Ayala Corporation, BDO Unibank, Metropolitan Bank & Trust, and SM Investments were also on the 2017 edition of the Forbes World’s Best Employers.

The Forbes Global 2000 report for 2018 was released in June.

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