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 in December 2012.[1]

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

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