Silvio Berlusconi Net Worth: Silvio Berlusconi is a three-time prime minister of Italy whose career has been marked by sexual indiscretion, political scandals, and multiple trials.He was born in Milan, Italy, on September 29, 1936, Silvio Berlusconi rose from a middle-class background to become one of the wealthiest men in the country.At present Silvio Berlusconi has a net worth of $9.9 billion in March of this year.
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Silvio Berlusconi Net Worth 2018 @ $ 9 Billion
Silvio Berlusconi, the controversial politician from Italy has around US$9 Billion worth of wealth, he became three-time prime minister of Italy whose career has been marked by sexual indiscretion, political scandals, and multiple trials.
Silvio Berlusconi House & Property (where does Silvio Berlusconi live now?):
Silvio Berlusconi has a house in saudii. His big Sardinia villa it worth about $572 million.Silvio Berlusconi reportedly gave Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef a personal tour of the spectacular Villa Certosa last week.
Silvio Berlusconi Luxury Cars:
A6 – car manufactured by Audi ($55.000).
Silvio Berlusconi Biography
Silvio Berlusconi Born in Milan, Italy, on September 29, 1936, he rose from a middle class background to become one of the wealthiest men in the country. Salinas Pliego saw his net worth plunge $7.5 billion from March 2012 to $9.9 billion in March of this year, as shares of Grupo Elektra fell 48%. His net worth has since fallen further, to an estimated $7.4 billionbased on stock prices from Monday Oct. 21.
He began his career in construction industry, his first notable assignment being erecting 4000 residential apartments building in Milan in late 1960s.
Making a fortune out of real estate, he jumped into the world of media by setting up a small cable television company, ‘Telemilano’ in 1973. What distinguished his channel from the rest is that he used the same to introduce Italy to foreign shows
His business in media earned fruitful results as he went on to buy two more channels and relocated the station to the central of Milan. He then climbed the success ladder further by founding his first media group, Fininvest in 1978. The company owned a string of local TV stations across the country.
Presently, he is supporting the government of Enrico Letta, together with the Democratic Party and the centrist Civic Choice, of the former Prime Minister Mario Mont.
Over the years, he has been accused of various charges including embezzlement, tax fraud, false accounting and bribery. He was also involved in sex scandals and has been accused of criminal misbehaviour.
In 2012, he was sentenced to four years of imprisonment for tax fraud while in the following year; he was sentenced to seven years for paying an underage woman for sex.
Not admitting to any of the offense charges, he has claimed to be framed by opposition leaders and is fighting against his cases. Since he is more than 75 years of age, he is not likely to serve a jail term and instead face house arrest.
He tied the knot with Carla Elvira Dall’Oglio in 1965. The couple was blessed with two children. Meanwhile, in 1980, he develop a romantic alliance with actress Veronica Lario with whom he fathered three children.
- Also Listed In: Political Leaders, Prime Ministers, Business People
- Nationality: Italian Famous Italian Men
- Political Ideology: The People of Freedom Party
- Birth Date: 29th September 1936 AD
- Age: 80 Years
- Sun Sign: Libra Libra Men
- Height: 1.65 m
- Born In: Milan
- Father: Luigi Berlusconi (1908–1989)
- Mother: Rosa Bossi (1911–2008)
- Siblings: Paolo Berlusconi, Maria Francesca Antonietta Berlusconi
- Spouses/Partners: Veronica Lario (m. 1990–2010), Carla Elvira Dall’Oglio (m. 1965–1985)
- Children : Pier Silvio Berlusconi, Barbara Berlusconi, Marina Berlusconi, Eleonora Berlusconi, Luigi Berlusconi
- Religion : Roman Catholicism
- Founder/Co-Founder: Fininvest
- Net Worth: $7.38 billion as of Jun 25, 2017
- Education: Salesian college, University Statale