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Moise Yacoub Safra
Born(1934-04-05)April 5, 1934
DiedJune 15, 2014(2014-06-15) (aged 80)
São Paulo, Brazil
NationalityLebanese Brazilian[3][4]
OccupationBanker, philanthropist
Spouse(s)Chella Cohen[5]
Children5
Parent(s)Jacob Safra
Esther Safra

Moise Yacoub Safra (Arabic: موسى يَعْقُوب صفرا‎ ; April 5, 1934 – June 15, 2014) was a Lebanese Brazilian[6][7] businessman and philanthropist. He co-founded Banco Safra with his brothers Edmond Safra and Joseph Safra.

Early life

Moise Safra was born on April 5, 1934 in Beirut, Lebanon,[8][9] into a family of Sephardic Jewish background originally from Lebanon and Aleppo, and was son of Jacob Safra.[10] The family's history in banking originated with caravan trade between Alexandria and Constantinople during the Ottoman Empire. The family relocated Alepo to Beirut after the First World War as Beirut was home to an already thriving Jewish community.[10] Eventually, the Safras decided to move to Brazil in 1952. In 1955, Moise's 23-year-old brother, Edmond Safra, and their father, Jacob, started working in Brazil by financing letters of credit for trade in São Paulo.[10]

Career

He established himself in Brazil where he acquired citizenship and founded Banco Safra with his brothers Edmond and Joseph Safra.[10] He was also a prominent Jewish philanthropist.[10]

Death

He died on June 14, 2014, reportedly from heart failure, at the age of 80.[10][11] He was buried at the Cemitério Israelita do Butantã [pt] in Sao Paulo, Brazil.[10] He was survived by his wife Chella Cohen Safra and five children: Jacob Moise Safra, Azuri "Ezra" Moise Safra, Edmundo "Edmond" Moise Safra, Esther Safra Szajman (married to Claudio Szajman, son of Abram Szajman [pt]), and Olga Safra Levitin.[10][12][13][14]

See also

References

  1. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org<
  2. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org
  3. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org<
  4. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org
  5. ^ Judy Maltz. "World Jewish Congress elects new members to governing board". Haaretz. Retrieved 7 December 2013.
  6. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org<
  7. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org
  8. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org<
  9. ^ Moise Safra (1955), information from the National Archives, Rio de Janeiro. Scan of Moise Safra's Brazilian entry visa on 1955 on familysearch.org
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h Brazilian Jewish philanthropist Moise Safra passes away, World Jewish Congress,[1] June 17, 2014
  11. ^ "Moise Safra, Brazilian Billionaire Banker, Dead At 80". Forbes. 2014-05-28. Retrieved 2014-06-16.
  12. ^ "New chair enlarges, enhances FAS". Harvard University. Archived from the original on 20 June 2015. Retrieved 7 December 2013.
  13. ^ "Olga Safra e Mauricio Levitin esperam chegada do terceiro filho" (in Portuguese). Glamurama. November 4, 2016. Olga Safra e Mauricio Levitin se casaram em 2009...Olga é filha de Chella com Moise Safra, morto em 2014 / Olga Safra and Mauricio Levitin were married in 2009...Olga is Chella's daughter with Moise Safra, who died in 2014
  14. ^ "Esther Safra e Claudio Szajman armam Bar Mitzvá de Maurício em NY" (in Portuguese). Glamurama. October 7, 2016. Esther Safra e Claudio Szajman estão a mil com os preparativos da inserção de seu filho mais novo, Maurício, na maioridade judaica. Maurício é neto de Chella e Moise Safra e de Cecília e Abram Szajman/ Esther Safra and Claudio Szajman are in full swing with the preparations for the initiation of their youngest son, Maurice, into Jewish majority. Maurico is the grandson of Chella and Moise Safra; and of Cecília and Abram Szajman

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