Pedro Moreira Salles Net Worth

Pedro Moreira Salles Net Worth:
$3.3 Billion
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Pedro Moreira Salles Net Worth: Pedro Moreira Salles is a Brazilian billionaire who has a net worth of $3.3 billion. One of the four brothers who inherited a banking and mineral fortune, Pedro Moreira Salles started to build his estimated net worth of $3.3 billion when he joined his late father's Unibanco in 1989.

The bank, which is the largest private banking institution in Brazil today, was headed by his father Walter Moreira Sales for several decades. Salles gradually rose through the ranks in the bank. In 1991 he landed the post of Vice President for and six years later he became the Chairman of the Board of Directors. He was named CEO in 2004 and holds most of the responsibility for the 2008 merger of the bank with Banco Itau. Thus, Pedro became one of the biggest individual shareholders of Itau Unibanco Holding SA with a 2% stake. He made a comeback to billionaires' club this year thanks to his interests in Cia Brasileira de Metalurgia & Mineracao (CBMM). Along with his brothers, Pedro is one of the majority shareholders in CBMM with a 68.5% mutual share. The above aside, Pedro is also said to be a member of the Group of Fifty. It's a nonprofit initiative that consists of Latin American executives and is sponsored by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington, D.C.

Pedro Moreira Salles Net Worth

Pedro Moreira Salles

Net Worth:$3.3 Billion
Date of Birth:Oct 21, 1959 (62 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Banker
Nationality:Brazil
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