List of Brazilians by net worth

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The following is a Forbes list of Brazilian billionaires based on an annual assessment of wealth and assets compiled and published by Forbes magazine on December, 2012.[1]

Rank Name Net worth (US Dollars) Age Sources of wealth
1 Jorge Paulo Lemann 21.7 billion 73 Anheuser-Busch InBev, Lojas Americanas
2 Joseph Safra 12.1 billion 74 Safra Group
3 Marcel Herrmann Telles 10.1 billion 63 Anheuser-Busch InBev, Lojas Americanas
4 Carlos Alberto Sicupira 8.8 billion 65 Anheuser-Busch InBev, Lojas Americanas
5 Roberto Irineu Marinho 7.5 billion 65 Grupo Globo
6 João Roberto Marinho 7.5 billion 59 Grupo Globo
7 José Roberto Marinho 7.5 billion 57 Grupo Globo
8 Antonio Ermirio de Moraes 6.2 billion 84 Votorantim Group
9 Ermirio Pereira de Moraes 6.2 billion 80 Votorantim Group
10 Maria Helena de Moraes 6.2 billion 83 Votorantim Group
11 Giancarlo Civita & family 4.9 billion 76 Grupo Abril
12 Walter Faria 4.6 billion 57 Grupo Petrópolis
13 Norberto Odebrecht & family 4.5 billion N/A Odebrecht
14 Francisco Ivens de Sá Dias Branco 4.4 billion 78 M. Dias Branco
15 Cesar Mata Pires 4.3 billion 63 Grupo OAS
16 André Esteves 4.0 billion 44 BTG Pactual
17 Aloysio de Andrade Faria 4.0 billion 92 Grupo Alfa
18 Regina de Camargo Pires Oliveira Dias 3.8 billion N/A Camargo Corrêa
19 Renata de Camargo Nascimento 3.8 billion N/A Camargo Corrêa
20 Rosana Camargo de Arruda Botelho 3.8 billion N/A Camargo Corrêa
21 Abilio dos Santos Diniz 3.7 billion 76 Grupo Pão de Açúcar
22 Ana Lucia de Mattos Barretto Villela 3.6 billion 38 Itaú Unibanco
23 Yolanda Vidal Queiroz 3.6 billion 85 Grupo Edson Queiroz
24 Alfredo Egydio Arruda Villela Filho 3.4 billion 43 Itaú Unibanco
25 Antonio Luiz Seabra 3.2 billion 70 Natura
26 Carlos Jereissati 3.2 billion N/A Grupo Jereissati
27 Nevaldo Rocha 3.0 billion 84 Grupo Guararapes
28 Fernando Roberto Moreira Salles 2.7 billion 66 Itaú Unibanco
29 João Moreira Salles 2.7 billion 51 Itaú Unibanco
30 Pedro Moreira Salles 2.7 billion 53 Itaú Unibanco
31 Walter Moreira Salles Júnior 2.7 billion 56 Itaú Unibanco
32 Rubens Ometto Silveira Mello 2.6 billion 63 Cosan
33 Miguel Krigsner 2.7 billion 64 O Boticário
34 Edson de Godoy Bueno 2.6 billion 69 DASA
35 Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant’Anna 2.6 billion 57 CCR S.A.
36 Roberto Egydio Setúbal 2.5 billion N/A Itaú Unibanco
37 Ricardo Egydio Setúbal 2.5 billion N/A Itaú Unibanco
38 Dulce Pugliese de Godoy Bueno 2.4 billion 65 DASA
39 Moise Safra 2.4 billion 78 Safra Group
40 Maria de Lourdes Egydio Villela 2.2 billion N/A Itaú Unibanco
41 Eduardo Saverin 2.2 billion 30 Facebook
42 João Alves de Queiroz Filho 2.1 billion 58 Hypermarcas
43 Lirio Parisotto 2.0 billion 58 Investor
44 Carlos Alberto de Oliveira Andrade 2.1 billion N/A Grupo Caoa
45 José Batista Sobrinho & family 1.9 billion N/A JBS S.A.
46 Adriano Schincariol 1.9 billion N/A
47 Alexandre Schincariol 1.9 billion N/A
48 Samuel e Michael Klein & family 1.9 billion 88 Viavarejo
49 Elie Horn 1.9 billion 69 Cyrela Brazil Realty, Cyrela Commercial Properties
50 José Isaac Peres 1.9 billion 72 Multiplan
51 Daisy Igel 1.8 billion 69 Ultrapar
52 Jayme Garfinkel & family 1.8 billion 66 Porto Seguro S.A.
53 Rubens Menin 1.7 billion 56 MRV Engenharia
54 Guilherme Peirão Leal 1.8 billion 61 Natura
55 Lina Maria Aguiar 1.6 billion N/A Bradesco
56 Victor Gradin & Family 1.5 billion 80 Odebrecht
57 Julio Bozano 1.4 billion 77 Embraer, Grupo Bozano
58 Eggon João da Silva 1.4 billion 84 WEG Industries
59 Werner Ricardo Voigt 1.4 billion 83 WEG Industries
60 Lilian Werninghaus 1.4 billion N/A WEG Industries
61 Alexandre Bartelle Grendene 1.4 billion 63 Grendene, Unicasa
62 Silvio Santos 1.3 billion 82 Grupo Silvio Santos
63 Lily Safra 1.2 billion 74 Inheritance
64 Antonio José Carneiro 1.2 billion 70 Energisa
65 Alfredo Egídio Arruda Villela Filho 1.2 billion 43 Itaú Unibanco
66 Ana Lúcia de Mattos Barretto Villela 1.2 billion 39 Itaú Unibanco
67 Rosa Evanlenina Marcondes Penido 1.1 billion 63 CCR S.A.
68 João Carlos Cavalcanti 1.1 billion N/A Global Mining Exploration
69 Deusmar de Queiroz 1.1 billion N/A Pague Menos
70 Guilherme Paulus 1.1 billion N/A Grupo CVC
71 Edir Macedo 1.1 billion 68 Central Record de Comunicações
72 Dorothea Steinbruch 1.1 billion N/A CSN, Grupo Vicunha, Banco Fibra
73 Liu Ming Chung 1.1 billion 50 Nine Dragons Paper Holdings Limited
74 José Janguiê Diniz 1.1 billion 50 Ser Educacional
75 Décio Goldfarb & family 1.0 billion N/A Marisa S.A.
76 Jorge Gerdau Johannpeter & family 1.0 billion N/A Gerdau
77 Marcos Antonio Molina 1.0 billion 43 Marfrig
78 Carlos Wizard Martins 1.0 billion 58
79 Marco Antonio Laffranchi 1.0 billion 77 Kroton Educacional

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