Joe berardo

joe berardo

How much is Joe Berardo worth?

Joe Berardo. Jump to navigation Jump to search. José Manuel Rodrigues Joe Berardo GCIH, ComIH (born 4 July 1944), is a Portuguese businessman, investor, and art collector. According to Portuguese magazine Exame, he had an estimated net worth of €598 million in 2010, making him one of the wealthiest people in Portugal.

Who is Joe Berardo and why was he arrested?

Joe Berardo was arrested on Tuesday as police raided several homes and banks. Mr Berardo, 76, is the founder of a modern art museum - a major tourist attraction in the capital, Lisbon. He is accused of shifting valuable artworks into a trust to protect them from creditors.

Who is Pedro Berardo and what did he do?

Reuters reported that Berardo, through an economic group he heads, is alleged to have defrauded the state-owned bank Caixa Geral de Depósitos, which was among the three banks that sued the collector. According to the allegations, CGD lost $521 million.

When did Berardo return to Portugal?

Berardo returned to Portugal in 1986. As a very wealthy and active stock trader, Berardo was a central personality on the Portuguese stock exchange, Euronext Lisbon, where he traded large amounts of stock throughout the year, often having immediate capital gain as his only perceived goal.

What does Pedro Berardo do for a living?

His businesses include hotels, tobacco, animal food, telecommunications, banking, and wines. Berardos estimated total wealth, including stock in large Portuguese banking and telecommunications companies, was at a time at over €1.9 billion.

When did Berardo return to Portugal?

Berardo returned to Portugal in 1986. As a very wealthy and active stock trader, Berardo was a central personality on the Portuguese stock exchange, Euronext Lisbon, where he traded large amounts of stock throughout the year, often having immediate capital gain as his only perceived goal.

What happened to Berardos 10 million euro property?

In July Berardos 10 million euro real estate, owned through Berardo Foundation, Monte Palace Gardens, located in Funchal, was also put under interlocutory injunction. Under this injunction it is impossible for Berardo, or his foundation, to sell the property until its market value is determined and how his debt is to be paid.

Who is Berardo Ferreira?

As a very wealthy and active stock trader, Berardo was a central personality on the Portuguese stock exchange, Euronext Lisbon, where he traded large amounts of stock throughout the year, often having immediate capital gain as his only perceived goal. His businesses include hotels, tobacco, animal food, telecommunications, banking, and wines.

What does Pedro Berardo do for a living?

His businesses include hotels, tobacco, animal food, telecommunications, banking, and wines. Berardos estimated total wealth, including stock in large Portuguese banking and telecommunications companies, was at a time at over €1.9 billion.

What did Pedro I do for Brazil?

He is best remembered as the man who declared Brazil independent from Portugal in 1822. He set himself up as Emperor of Brazil but returned to Portugal to claim the crown after his father died, abdicating Brazil in favor of his young son Pedro II.

Who was Pedro the Navajos?

Through his father, Prince Dom John (later King Dom John VI ), Pedro was a member of the House of Braganza (Portuguese: Bragança) and a grandson of King Dom Peter III and Queen Dona (Lady) Maria I of Portugal, who were uncle and niece as well as husband and wife. His mother, Doña Carlota Joaquina, was the daughter of King Don Charles IV of Spain.

What is Dom Pedro the Liberator known for?

Dom Pedro I (English: Peter I; 12 October 1798 – 24 September 1834), nicknamed the Liberator, was the founder and first ruler of the Empire of Brazil. As King Dom Pedro IV, he reigned briefly over Portugal, where he also became known as the Liberator as well as the Soldier King.

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