Helen Y. Dee is the daughter of Chinese-Filipino businessman and one of Forbes 40 richest Filipino, Alfonso Yuchengco. She is currently the President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of the House of Investments, and heads its subsidiaries and affiliates. Dee is a graduate of Assumption College and De La Salle University.
Dee holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Commerce, major in Administration from Assumption College and a Masters of Business Administration degree from De La Salle University.
Since becoming the President, CEO and Chairman of the Yuchengco-owned House of Investments, Dee also heads the Hydee Management & Resources Inc., Promotions Personalized Inc., Tameena Resources Inc. and International Holding Management Inc.
She is the President and Chairman of its other affiliates and subsidiaries including Moira Management, HI-Daiei Trading Co., and YGC Corporate Services, Grepalife Fixed Income Fund Corp., Grepalife Asset Management Corp., and Equitas Insurance Brokers Inc. She also Chairs the Universal Malayan Reinsurance Corp., Mapua Information Technology, Lifetime Plans, HI-Eisai Pharmaceuticals Landev Corp., Manila Memorial Park, Silver Falcon Insurance Agency, and Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation.
Dee also serves as Director for different publicly-listed and privately-held companies including:
- Petrogreen Energy Corp.,
- RCBC Savings Bank
- South Western Cement Corp.
- Manila Peninsula Hotel Inc.,
- MICO Equities Inc.,
- YGC Corporate Services Inc.
- La Funeraria Paz Inc.
- Seafront Resources Corp.
- Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company
- EEI Corp.
Dee is also active in other non-profit and non-government organizations including serving as Vice President of Nth Millennium Foundation of the Philippines, and treasurer of the Philippine Harmonic Society, She Is also a member o the Board of Trustees of MAPUA, and a member of the Hermoza Ecozone Development Corporation, Insurance Institute for Asia and the Pacific and Member of Young Presidents' Organization and Management Association of the Philippines, and Philippine Insurers Club.