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|Date of Birth||5 March 1949|
|Source of Wealth||Banco Garantia|
Jorge Paulo Lemann co-founded the Brazilian investment banking firm known as Banco Garantia, one of the most prestigious banks in Brazil. He still acts as one of its Board of Directors and well known as the “Goldman Sachs of Brazil.”
Jorge Paulo Lemann as a leading player in the beer industry, took over Anheuser-Busch, producer of brands Budweiser and Bud light beer and his brewery helped him gain profits of around 35% in 2003 with $2.7 Billion gross sales, gaining recognition and response from all over the world.
Jorge Paulo Lemann is the co-founder and board member of 3G Capital and the board member of The Kraft Heinz Company since late 2004 and June 2013 respectively.
With a motive to serve the young and potential talents, Jorge Paulo Lemann co-founded Fundaco Estudar to provide scholarships for Brazilian students.
In the year 2010, Jorge Paulo Lemann's company 3G Capital acquired Burger King by spending $3.6 Billion.
In 2012, Jorge Paulo Lemann's joined hand with Warren Buffett to buy Heinz in an acquisition of worth $27 Billion.
Jorge Paulo Lemann owns a house in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland (CH).
Jorge Paulo Lemann owns Burger King since 2010 bought at $3.3 Million in a leveraged buyout.
He acquired HJ Heins from a backing from Warren Buffet in 2013 for $23 Billion.
The Brazillian business magnate, Jorge Paulo Lemann was smart and talented since his childhood and was a great athlete.
Jorge Paulo Lemann’s all-time leisure pal is Tennis. In his school days, he took part in the Davis Cup representing his country that had turned out to be a five-time national champion.
He has lived in Switzerland since 1999, after an attempted kidnapping of his children.
Jorge Paulo Lemann together with his two business partners Carlos Sicupira and Marcel Telles has been primary figures in Brazil’s economic development for more than 30 years.
Jorge Paulo Lemann is the founder of Brazilian multibillion-dollar investment firm, 3G Capital.