Alfonso Yuchengco was a Filipino accountant, industrialist, businessman, educator, and diplomat.
14 Facts About Alfonso Yuchengco
Alfonso Yuchengco headed the Yuchengco Group of Companies, one of the largest family-owned business conglomerates in the Philippines.
Alfonso Yuchengco served as chairman of business and educational institutions including the Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation one of the country's largest commercial banks, Mapua University, and the Malayan School and Colleges located in Makati, Paco, Davao and Laguna.
Alfonso Yuchengco had been the Chairman of the Board of Directors of GPL Holdings; House of Investments, Inc.
Alfonso Yuchengco held a Bachelor of Science in Commerce, major in Accountancy, from the Far Eastern University.
Alfonso Yuchengco took and passed the licensure examinations for certified public accountants.
Alfonso Yuchengco was the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mapua University, a top-performing engineering school in the country.
Alfonso Yuchengco was the Chairman of the Malayan Colleges Laguna, and Malayan High School of Science, an innovative science high school.
Alfonso Yuchengco had been a member of the Board of Advisors of the Columbia Business School, one of the leading business schools in the world.
Alfonso Yuchengco had served as Presidential Adviser on Foreign Affairs in 2004; Presidential Assistant on APEC Matters in 1998; Philippine Ambassador to Japan in 1995; Philippine Ambassador to the People's Republic of China from 1986 to 1988; and Presidential Special Envoy to Greater China, Japan and Korea.
Alfonso Yuchengco was the Chairman of the Board of Bantayog ng mga Bayani Foundation.
Alfonso Yuchengco was the Chair Emeritus and Member of the Board of Governors of the Philippine Ambassadors Foundation; and Chair Emeritus and Past President of the Philippine Ambassadors Association.
Alfonso Yuchengco was a member of the Board of Judges and a Principal Sponsor in the Mother Teresa Awards.
Alfonso Yuchengco established a generous grant at the University of San Francisco to create the Maria Elena G Yuchengco Philippine Studies Program.