Jorge Paulo Lemann Net Worth : $120 billion
Jorge Paulo Lemann is a prosperous and brilliant investor. Jorge Paulo Lemann Net Worth is $120 billion.
Quick Points About Jorge Paulo Lemann :
|Full Name||Jorge Paulo Lemann|
|Date of Birth||August 26, 1939|
|Place of Birth||Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Achievements||Richest person of Brazil|
Born on 26th August 1939, Jorge Paulo Lemann is a very successful and intelligent investor. Jorge Paulo Lemann Net Worth, as estimated before the February of 2015, was US $25 billion. He was named the 26th richest man of the world by the famous Bloomberg Billionaire Index. Jorge is recognized as the richest man of Brazil and second richest of Switzerland. Also in 2015, the Brazilian publication of the Forbes magazine enlisted Jorge as the top contestant for its Richest person in the country. Jorge’s father dieed of a bus accident while Jorge was just 14. Jorge completed his graduation from the Harvard University, where he obtained his Bachelors degree in economics. He is also a five time winner of Brazilian national tennis championship. Jorge has been a member of Brazilian and Swiss Davis Cup teams.
After working as a rookie at Credit Suisse for one year, Jorge’s prominent interest Invesco went broke, also taking Jorge’s 2% equity share. In 1971 Jorge, along with Marcel Herrmann Telles and Carlos Alberto Sicupira, co-founded the Banco Garantia- an investment banking venture. Through many ups and downs of the market, Jorge built Banco into ‘the Brazilian edition of Goldman Sachs’. All of the co-founders today serve as board of directors to manipulate AB Inbev. In the July of 1998, Jorge sold this investment venture to Credit Sissue First Bottom, for six hundred and seventy five million dollars.
‘Brahma’ also received Jorge on its board of directors from 1990 to 2001. Currently, he serves on Endeavor’s Board of Directors. Endeavor is a non-profit organization that works internationally and finds eligible entrepreneurs to support them through the emerging market. Jorge also bought two successful brewries in Brazil. According to a 2003 report, Jorge’s total sale was estimated to be USD 2.7 billion. In 2004, it was reported that Jorge controlled 65% of the beer market of Brazil.