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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 February 2019.[1] as well as the real time updates from Forbes website [2]

Rank Name Net worth (USD) Sources of wealth
1 Joseph Safra $25.2 billion Safra Group
2 Jorge Paulo Lemann $23.6 billion Anheuser-Busch InBev, Lojas Americanas, 3G Capital, Burger King
3 Eduardo Saverin $10.8 billion Facebook
4 Marcel Herrmann Telles $10 billion Anheuser-Busch InBev, Lojas Americanas, 3G Capital, Burger King
5 Carlos Alberto Sicupira $8.9 billion Anheuser-Busch InBev, Lojas Americanas, 3G Capital, Burger King
6 André Esteves $4.4 billion BTG Pactual
7 Luis Frias $3.5 billion Grupo Folha, Universo Online, PagSeguro
8 José João Abdalla Filho $3.4 billion Banco Clássico, Eletrobras, Cemig
9 Abilio Diniz $3.1 billion GPA (company) (former), Carrefour, BRF
10 Roberto Irineu Marinho $2.9 billion Grupo Globo
10 José Roberto Marinho $2.9 billion Grupo Globo
10 João Roberto Marinho $2.9 billion Grupo Globo
11 Pedro Moreira Salles $2.9 billion Itau Unibanco, Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração
11 Fernando Roberto Moreira Salles $2.9 billion Itau Unibanco, Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração
11 João Moreira Salles $2.9 billion Itau Unibanco, Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração
11 Walter Salles $2.9 billion Itau Unibanco, Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração
12 Walter Faria $2.7 billion Grupo Petropolis
13 Candido Pinheiro Koren de Lima $2.6 billion Grupo Hapvida
14 Alfredo Egydio Arruda Villela Filho $2.3 billion Itau Unibanco
15 José Luis Cutrale $2.2 billion Cutrale, Chiquita Brands International
16 Jayme Garfinkel $2.2 billion Porto Seguro S.A.
17 Luciano Hang $2.1 billion Havan
18 Jorge Moll Filho $2.1 billion Rede D'Or
19 Ermirio Pereira de Moraes $2.1 billion Votorantim Group
20 Aloysio de Andrade Faria $2.1 billion Banco Real (former), Grupo Alpha, C&C Casa e Construcao
21 Ana Lucia de Mattos Barreto Villela $2.1 billion Itau Unibanco
22 Alceu Elias Feldman $2.1 billion Fertipar
23 Nevaldo Rocha $2 billion Riachuelo
24 Antonio Luis Seabra $2 billion Natura, Avon
25 Alexandre Grendene Bartelle $2 billion Grendene
26 Joao Alves de Queiroz Filho $2 billion Hyper Pharma
27 Luiza Helena Trajano $2 billion Magazine Luiza
28 Dulce Pugliese de Godoy Bueno $2 billion Amil (former), Dasa, United Health Group
29 Joesley Batista $1.9 billion JBS SA
29 Wesley Batista $1.9 billion JBS SA
30 Maria Helena de Moraes Scripilliti $1.8 billion Votorantim Group
31 Julio Bozano $1.8 billion Banco Bozano, Azul Linhas Aereas
32 Carlos Sanchez $1.8 billion EMS S.A.
33 Ricardo Villela Marino $1.7 billion Itau Unibanco
33 Rodolfo Villela Marino $1.6 billion Itau Unibanco
34 Lia Maria Aguiar $1.5 billion Banco Bradesco
35 Daniel Feffer $1.5 billion Suzano
35 David Feffer $1.5 billion Suzano
35 Ruben Feffer $1.5 billion Suzano
36 Lirio Parisotto $1.5 billion Videolar
37 Jose Isaac Peres $1.5 billion Multiplan, Vepan
38 Jorge Feffer $1.4 billion Suzano
39 Liu Ming Chung $1.4 billion Nine Dragons Paper
40 Paulo Setubal Neto $1.4 billion Itau Unibanco
41 Samuel Barata $1.3 billion Drogaria Sao Paulo
42 Miguel Krisgner $1.2 billion Boticario
43 Jorge Pinheiro Koren de Lima $1.2 billion Hapvida
43 Candido Pinheiro Koren de Lima $1.2 billion Hapvida
44 Maria Angela Aguiar Bellizia $1.1 billion Banco Bradesco
45 Maurizio Billi $1.1 billion Eurofarma
46 Ana Maria Marcondes Penido Sant'Anna $1.1 billion CCR
47 Rubens Menin Teixeira de Souza $1.1 billion MRV Engenharia, CNN Brasil
48 Pedro Grendene Bartelle $1 billion Grendene
49 Guilherme Peirão Leal $1 billion Natura, Avon

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