Las 100 personas más ricas de Brasil según Forbes

Así como se revela las personas más influyentes del año, la prestigiosa revista Forbes ha dado a conocer su reciente lista anual de los brasileños más ricos donde más de un tercio de las personas mencionadas pertenecen a los clanes tradicionales que todavía controlan algunas de las mayores corporaciones de Brasil.

Los periodistas de Forbes explican que esto debe al propio modelo de creación de empresas en Brasil, donde por lo general un negocio lo inician varios miembros de una misma familia.

Los que tienen éxito logran mantener su riqueza a través de las generaciones; una especie de decálogo de la…

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Así como se revela las personas más influyentes del año, la prestigiosa revista Forbes ha dado a conocer su reciente lista anual de los brasileños más ricos donde más de un tercio de las personas mencionadas pertenecen a los clanes tradicionales que todavía controlan algunas de las mayores corporaciones de Brasil.

Los periodistas de Forbes explican que esto debe al propio modelo de creación de empresas en Brasil, donde por lo general un negocio lo inician varios miembros de una misma familia. Los que tienen éxito logran mantener su riqueza a través de las generaciones; una especie de decálogo de la riqueza.

Los más ricos de Brasil

La última lista de los brasileños más ricos está encabezada por Jorge Paulo Lemann (industria cervecera e inversiones; sus bienes totales se estiman en 21,300 millones), seguido de Joseph Safra (sector bancario, 15.38 millones de dólares) y de Marcel Herrmann Telles (cerveza, inversiones, 8.700 millones de dólares).

  1. Jorge Paulo Lemann (beer, investments), R$ 49.85 billion ($21.30 billion)
  2. Joseph Safra (banking), R$ 35.98 billion ($15.38 billion)
  3. Marcel Herrmann Telles (beer, investments), R$ 25.58 billion ($10.93 billion)
  4. Carlos Alberto Sicupira (beer, investments), R$ 22.30 billion ($9.53 billion)
  5. Roberto Irineu Marinho (media), R$ 15.93 billion ($6.81 billion)
  6. Joao Roberto Marinho (media), R$ 15.86 billion ($6.78 billion)
  7. Jose Roberto Marinho (media), R$ 15.86 billion ($6.78 billion)
  8. Marcelo Bahia Odebrecht & family (construction, petrochemicals), R$ 14 billion ($5.98 billion)
  9. Jose Batista Sobrinho & family (beef processing), R$ 11.92 billion ($5.09 billion)
  10. Francisco Ivens de Sa Dias Branco (food industry), R$ 10.99 billion ($4.70 billion)
  11. Walter Faria (beer), R$ 9.80 billion ($4.19 billion)
  12. Andre Esteves (banking, investments), R$ 9.55 billion ($4.08 billion)
  13. Eduardo Saverin (Facebook, investments), R$ 9.52 billion ($4.07 billion)

  1. Ermirio Pereira de Moraes (diversified), R$ 9.15 billion ($3.91 billion)
  2. Abilio dos Santos Diniz (retail, food industry), R$ 8.90 billion ($3.80 billion)
  3. Antonio Ermirio de Moraes (diversified), R$ 8.39 billion (died recently) ($3.58 billion)
  4. Aloysio de Andrade Faria (banking), R$ 7.52 billion ($3.21 billion)
  5. Maria Helena Moraes Scripilliti (diversified), R$ 7.33 billion ($3.13 billion)
  6. Fernando Roberto Moreira Salles (banking, mining), R$ 7.17 billion ($3.06 billion)
  7. Joao Moreira Salles (banking, mining), R$ 7.17 billion ($3.06 billion)
  8. Pedro Moreira Salles (banking, mining), R$ 7.17 billion ($3.06 billion)
  9. Walther Moreira Salles Junior (banking, mining), R$ 7.17 billion ($3.06 billion)
  10. David Feffer & family (pulp and paper), R$ 6.93 billion ($2.96 billion)
  11. Miguel Krigsner (cosmetics), R$ 6.45 billion ($2.76 billion)
  12. Regina de Camargo Pires Oliveira Dias (construction), R$ 6.27 billion ($2.68 billion)
  13. Renata de Camargo Nascimento (construction), R$ 6.27 billion ($2.68 billion)
  14. Rossana Camargo de Arruda Botelho (construction), R$ 6.27 billion ($2.68 billion)
  15. Edson de Godoy Bueno (healthcare), R$ 5.79 billion ($2.47 billion)
  16. Cesar Beltrao de Almeida & family (construction, toll roads), R$ 5.58 billion ($2.38 billion)
  17. Nevaldo Rocha & family (retail, fashion), R$ 5.36 billion ($2.29 billion)
  18. Antonio Luiz Seabra (cosmetics), R$ 5.05 billion ($2.16 billion)
  19. Werner Voigt (industrial machinery), R$ 5.02 billion ($2.14 billion)
  20. Sergio Lins Andrade (diversified), R$ 4.97 billion ($2.12 billion)
  21. Eggon da Silva (industrial machinery), R$ 4.94 billion ($2.11 billion)
  22. Ezra Safra & family (banking), R$ 4.91 billion ($2.10 billion)
  23. Rubens Ometto Silveira Mello (sugar, ethanol), R$ 4.58 billion ($1.96 billion)
  24. Jayme Garfinkel & family (insurance), R$ 4.55 billion ($1.94 billion)
  25. Michael Klein & family (retail), R$ 4.51 billion ($1.93 billion)
  26. Bernardo Gradin & family (construction, petrochemicals), R$ 4.50 billion ($1.92 billion)
  27. Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna (toll roads), R$ 4.49 billion ($1.92 billion)
  28. Lirio Parisotto (investments), R$ 4.44 billion ($1.90 billion)
  29. Lina Maria Aguiar (banking), R$ 4.22 billion ($1.80 billion)
  30. Lilian Werninghaus & family (industrial machinery), R$ 4.21 billion ($1.80 billion)
  31. Ana Maria Levy Villela Igel & family (gas, petrochemicals), R$ 4.07 billion ($1.74 billion)
  32. Dulce Pugliese de Godoy Bueno (healthcare), R$ 4 billion ($1.71 billion)
  33. Julio Bozano (banking, investments), R$ 3.75 billion ($1.60 billion)
  34. Jose Isaac Perez & family (shopping malls), R$ 3.63 billion ($1.55 billion)
  35. Cesar Mata Pires (construction), R$ 3.59 billion ($1.53 billion)
  36. Marco Antonio Laffranchi & Elisabeth Laffranchi (education), R$ 3.57 billion ($1.52 billion)
  37. Alexandre Grendene Bartelle (shoes, furniture), R$ 3.55 billion ($1.52 billion)
  38. Lia Maria Aguiar (banking), R$ 3.52 billion ($1.50 billion)
  39. Flavio Pentagna Guimaraes & family (banking), R$ 3.40 billion ($1.45 billion)
  40. Adriano & Alexandre Schincariol (beer), R$ 3.36 billion ($1.43 billion)
  41. Joao Alves de Queiroz Filho (consumer goods), R$ 3.34 billion ($1.43 billion)
  42. Maria de Lourdes Egydio Villela (banking), R$ 3.22 billion ($1.38 billion)
  43. Alfredo Egydio Arruda Villela Filho (banking), R$ 3.18 billion ($1.36 billion)
  44. Jorge Moll Filho (healthcare), R$ 3.17 billion ($1.35 billion)
  45. Ana Lucia de Mattos Barretto Villela (banking), R$ 3.10 billion ($1.32 billion)
  46. Jose Ermirio de Moraes Neto (diversified), R$ 3.05 billion ($1.30 billion)
  47. Neide Helena de Moraes (diversified), R$ 3.05 billion ($1.30 billion)
  48. Jose Roberto Ermirio de Moraes (diversified), R$ 3.05 billion ($1.30 billion)
  49. Elie Horn (construction, real estate), R$ 3.03 billion ($1.29 billion)
  50. Jose Janguie Bezerra Diniz (education), R$ 2.93 billion ($1.25 billion)
  51. Edir Macedo & family (media), R$ 2.91 billion ($1.24 billion)
  52. Lily Safra (banking), R$ 2.89 billion ($1.23 billion)
  53. Guilherme Peirao Leal (cosmetics), R$ 2.88 billion ($1.23 billion)
  54. Dorothea Steinbruch (diversified), R$ 2.85 billion ($1.22 billion)
  55. Carlos Francisco Ribeiro Jereissati & family (telecommunications, shopping malls), R$ 2.80 billion ($1.20 billion)
  56. Rubens Menin Teixeira de Souza (construction), R$ 2.70 billion ($1.15 billion)
  57. Joao Carlos Cavalcanti (mining), R$ 2.70 billion ($1.15 billion)
  58. Ricardo Brennand & family (diversified), R$ 2.63 billion ($1.12 billion)
  59. Giancarlo Francesco Civita (media), R$ 2.60 billion ($1.11 billion)
  60. Roberta Anamaria Civita (media), R$ 2.59 billion ($1.11 billion)
  61. Victor Civita Neto (media), R$ 2.59 billion ($1.11 billion)
  62. Angela Gutierrez & family (diversified), R$ 2.50 billion ($1.07 billion)
  63. Constantino de Oliveira Junior & family (aviation), 2.45 billion ($1.05 billion)
  64. Jose Mendes Nogueira & family (mining), R$ 2.44 billion ($1.04 billion)
  65. Silvio Santos (media), R$ 2.42 billion ($1.03 billion)
  66. Blairo Maggi (agribusiness), R$ 2.33 billion ($996 million)
  67. Itamar Locks (agribusiness), R$ 2.33 billion ($996 million)
  68. Lucia Maggi (agribusiness), R$ 2.33 billion ($996 million)
  69. Daisy Igel (gas, petrochemicals), R$ 2.32 billion ($991 million)
  70. Maria Angela Aguiar Bellizia (banking), R$ 2.31 billion ($987 million)
  71. Leo Steinbruch & family (diversified), R$ 2.29 billion ($979 million)
  72. Marli Pissollo (agribusiness), R$ 2.25 billion ($961 million)
  73. Carlos Martins (education), R$ 2.23 billion ($953 million)
  74. Marcio Luiz Goldfarb & family (retail, fashion), R$ 2.20 billion ($940 million)
  75. Jorge Gerday Johannpeter & family (steel), R$ 2.19 billion ($936 million)
  76. Francisco Deusmar de Queiros & family (pharmacies), R$ 2.18 billion ($932 million)
  77. Hugo de Carvalho Ribeiro & family (agribusiness), R$ 2.10 billion ($897 million)
  78. Paulo Roberto Godoy Pereira & family (infrastructure, energy), R$ 2.08 billion ($889 million)
  79. Mauricio Rolim & family (aviation), R$ 2.07 billion ($885 million)
  80. Rosa Evangelina Marcondes Penido Dalla Vecchia (toll roads), R$ 2.05 billion ($876 million)
  81. Ernesto Zarzur & family (construction), R$ 2.03 billion ($867 million)
  82. Gilberto Schincariol Junior & family (beer), R$ 2 billion ($855 million)
  83. Liu Ming Chung (pulp and paper), R$ 1.95 billion ($833 million)
  84. Guilherme Paulus (tourism), R$ 1.83 billion ($782 million)
  85. Bernardo Paz de Melo (mining), R$ 1.80 billion ($769 million)
  86. Pedro Grendene Bartelle (shoes, furniture), R$ 1.76 billion ($752 million)
  87. Ricardo & Rodolfo Marinho (banking), R$ 1.73 billion ($739 million)

Vía: Forbes

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