THE Forbes prepared a ranking containing the richest women in Brazil. In it, the president of palm treesLeila Pereira, appears in fifth place with an estimated fortune of R$ 7 billion, thus, owner of the 45th largest in the country.
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At the age of 57, Leila was elected president of Verdão at the end of 2021, becoming the first woman to achieve this feat in the club’s history. However, the relationship between the two is old, as the representative has sponsored the team since 2015.
Owner of Crefisa and the FAM college network, alongside her husband José Roberto Lamacchia, the current value of Leila Pereira’s assets exceeds R$ 80 million fixed per year, reaching R$ 120 million according to pre-established goals , such as winning titles.
It is worth remembering that the director has doubled the number of adepts to the Avanti partner program since the beginning of her term. From 41,929, the number jumped to 84,076, causing her to also raise her own bar.
Leila’s term at Palmeiras is valid until the end of 2024, when the club’s sponsorship contracts with their respective companies also expire.
In addition to the president, Vicky Safra, widow of banker Joseph Safra, and Maria Helena Moraes Scripilliti, daughter of businessman José Ermírio de Moraes, appear on the list created by Forbes.
Check out the ten richest women in Brazil below:
1 – Vicky Safra – BRL 37.5 billion (Banco Safra)
2 – Maria Helena Moraes Scripilliti – BRL 20.6 billion (Votorantim Group)
3 – Ana Lúcia de Mattos Barreto Vilela – R$ 8.1 billion (Itaú)
4 – Dulce Pugliese de Godoy Bueno – R$ 7.6 billion (Amil)
5 – Leila Pereira – R$ 7.2 billion (Crefisa and FAM)
6 – Lucia Borges Maggi – BRL 7.1 billion (AMaggi)
7 – Marli Maggi Pissollo – R$ 7.1 billion (AMaggi)
8 – Neide Helena de Moraes – R$ 6.5 billion (Votorantim Group)
9 – Camilla de Godoy Bueno Grossi – BRL 5.3 billion (Dasa)
10 – Maria Consuelo Leão Dias Branco – R$ 5.2 billion (M. Dias Branco)