Jorge Paulo Lemann Net Worth: Jorge Paulo Lemann is a Swiss-Brazilian banker who has a net worth of $23 billion. Jorge Paulo Lemann was born August 26, 1939. Jorge Paulo Lemann is believed to be Brazil’s richest man, thanks to his shares in Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer, though in 2013 it was another business deal that put him in the headlines. His private equity firm, 3G Capital, acquired H.J. Heinz Company together with Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway in July for $23 billion.
This was Lemann’s second acquisition of an American name brand. In 2010, 3G Capital bought Burger King in a leveraged buyout, gunning profit margins by slashing approximately 4,000 jobs.
Net Worth details: Jorge Paulo Lemann owns a 10 percent stake of the world’s largest beer maker, Anheuser-Busch InBev. He is also a controlling partner in the investment firm 3G Capital at a 45 percent stake. 3G partnered up with Berkshire Hathaway to provide $4.1 billion towards the acquisition of Heinz in 2013. Lemann and his partners are assumed to hold 50.1 percent of their company’s stake in Kraft Heinz and Restaurant Brands.
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