Few billionaires have it all – intelligence, power, luck and exceptional talent.
A Swiss-Brazilian banker, Jorge Paulo Lemann is today the 26th richest man in the world and has an estimated net worth of nearly $25 billion. He is considered to be one of the shrewdest businessmen in the world and his story is nothing short of an inspiration.
Born in 1939, Lemann was the son of Swiss immigrants who had moved from Switzerland to Brazil. His father, Paul Lemann had founded the dairy manufacturing company known as Leco, the reins of which Jorge would take over some time in the future. He went to the American School of Rio de Janeiro.