Hortensia Herrero Net Worth

Hortensia Herrero, born on May 20, 1950 in Valencia, Spain, is the vice president of Mercadona, a Spanish supermarket chain that she helped build with her billionaire husband Juan Roig and his siblings. The company, which now has 1,614 locations across Spain and does $22.6 billion in revenue, was originally bought from Roig's father in 1981 when it was just eight small stores. Herrero and Roig met at the University of Valencia, where they both studied economics, and they still live in Valencia today. Herrero has invested $8.6 million in restoring the city.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day May 20, 1950
Birth Place Valencia, Spain, Spain
Hortensia Herrero age 73 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Gemini
Residence Valencia, Spain
Occupation Vice-president, Mercadona
Known for Major shareholder of Mercadona
Spouse(s) Juan Roig
Children 4

💰 Net worth: $2.1 Billion (2024)

Hortensia Herrero is a prominent figure in the world of fashion and retail in Spain. As of 2024, her net worth is estimated to reach an impressive $2.1 billion. Herrero has made significant contributions to the industry through her various endeavors, which have not only garnered her immense wealth but have also solidified her reputation as a successful entrepreneur. With her keen business acumen and astute understanding of market trends, Hortensia Herrero continues to flourish in the fashion and retail sector, leaving an indelible mark on the industry.

2015 $2.8 Billion
2016 $2.7 Billion
2017 $2.8 Billion
2018 $2.51 Billion

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She was born in Valencia on 20 May 1950, and has a degree in Economics from the University of Valencia.


Since 1990, Herrero has, along with her husband, 80% of the shares of Mercadona, and is a vice-president of the company.


In 2014, Hortensia Herrero was nominated ‘favourite daughter’ by the city of Valencia.


The Foundation also collaborates with different projects to support and promote culture, such as the alliance with the Faculty of Fine Arts and the Master’s Degree in Audiovisual and Multimedia Productions, and also supports the initiative ‘Open Valencia’, promoted by the Association of Contemporary Art Gallery of Valencia, etc.