terça-feira, 1 de março de 2016

Forbes 2016 World's Billionaires: Brasil - Aloysio de Andrade Faria.

Hoje a FORBES divulgou a nova lista dos mais ricos do mundo e, sem novidades, o número de brasileiros bilionários caiu de 54 em 2015 para 31 neste 2016. Terrivelmente previsível... 

Que bom!!! Então, confirma-se que a crise é, finalmente, para todos? Isso é o que podemos denominar de socialismo de resultados!!!

O brasileiro mais rico continua sendo o brilhante Jorge Paulo Lemann, com fortuna estimada em US$ 27,8 bilhões. Ele continua subindo no ranking, pois passou de 26º, em 2015, para 19º mais rico do mundo neste ano.

Dentre os brasileiros, destacamos o lendário banqueiro Aloysio de Andrade Faria com fortuna de US$1.92 Billion – Age: 95 - Source Of Wealth: banking - Residence: Sao Paulo, Brazil - Citizenship: Brazil - Marital Status: Married - Children: 5 - Education: Bachelor of Arts/Science, University of Minas Gerais; Master of Science, Northwestern University.

Aloysio de Andrade Faria na Forbes Lists é o 959º e no Brasil é o 20º.

An extremely private nonagenarian, Aloysio de Andrade Faria's conglomerate Banco Alfa runs the gamut from finance to palm oil production to hotels and resorts to water brand to insurance to ice cream maker. Trained as a doctor, Faria only practiced medicine for two years before his father died and he took the helm of the family's Banco Real, transforming it into one of the largest banks in Brazil. In 1998 he sold the institution to Dutch bank ABN Amro for $2.1 billion. He's since used some of the proceeds to expand into 15 other holdings, including Agropalma, Latin America's largest palm oil producer and hotel chain Transamerica, which operates one of Brazil's most exclusive resorts at Comandatuba Island. Faria has reportedly been focusing on succession planning over the last few year -- he has five daughters. He reportedly owns several farms and 150 pure-bred horses and is a voracious reader.




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