With a fortune of 4.173M€, Maria Fernanda Amorim and her family keep leading the Forbes' ranking of the richest of Portugal, owning Galp Energia and Amorim cork business among other assets.
With a fortune valued in 4.173M€, Maria Fernanda Amorim and family keep leading the Forbes’ ranking of the richest of Portugal, owning Galp Energia and Amorim cork business among other assets. At the top, we can also find the Soares dos Santos and Dionísio Pestana.
Forbes is revealing the full extent of the 50 richest’s list in the country this Wednesday, recalling they together correspond to 24Bn€, 12% of the GDP. “In line with the economy, the distribution of wealth is far from being equal”, the magazine wrote as noted the list contains 36 men against just 18 women.
Here’s the top 10 of the richest of Portugal:
- Maria Fernanda Amorim & family – Amorim group (4.173M€)
- Alexandre Soares dos Santos & family – Jerónimo Martins group (3.554M€)
- Vítor da Silva Ribeiro & family – Bank Invest & Mundicenter (1.192M€)
- José Neves – Farfecth (1.010M€)
- Dionísio Pestana – Pestana group (681M€)
- Maria Isabel Martins dos Santos – Jerónimo Martins’ shareholder (574M€)
- Francisco Figueiredo dos Santos – Jerónimo Martins’ shareholder (529M€)
- Luís Amaral – Eurocash (527M€)
- Luís Vicente – Luís Vicente Group (525M€)
- Luís Portela & family – Bial (502M€)