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Roberto Angelini Rossi Net Worth $1.2 Billion
Produced on July 30, 1948 in Ferrara, Italy, he arrived in Chile at the age of three. He graduated with a degree in industrial civil engineering from Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. Mr. Rossi stared building his estimated net worth of $1.2 billion through his professional career with Lever Chile S.A. Mr. Rossi then became an engineer in 1976 working for a fishing plant in Arica. He served in various executive and manager level positions in The Angelini Group which was set up by his former billionaire uncle Anacleto Angelini. Currently, Mr. Rossi is the board member of the company which invests primarily in natural resources. As the nephew of the founder, Angelini Rossi is now the head of the family business who owns the biggest stake in your family holdings. The company has company interests in fishing, mining, copper, timber, and natural gas through its publicly traded firms such as Artarchile (which distributes fuel, manages fishing and transportation businesses and invests in energy and forestry), Siemel, and Eperva. With the firm’s growth abroad, he headed the group in making a deal with Scandinavian paper Stora Ensa in 2009 so as to develop a eucalyptus pulp mill in Uruguay. It has continued its growth together with the purchase of a 59% stake in Proenergia, a Colombian gasoline and fuel distributor, for $45 million by the conclusion of 2010. Roberto Angelini Rossi serves as the Chairman of Empreses Copec S.A., the leading forestry business conglomerate in Chile and of the biggest in the world. It’s also active in the forestry sector with Arauco (which entered North America together with the purchase of Canada’s Flakeboard in September 2012) as well as in the electric energy section with Empresa Electrica Guacolda, and in mining through Sociedad Minera Isla Rieso and Minera Can-Can. It’s the largest owner of forest land in Latin America with four million acres in Chile, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay.