Lorenzo Mendoza & family Net Worth

Lorenzo Mendoza & family was born on October 05, 1965 in Venezuela. Lorenzo Mendoza runs Venezuela's largest food company, Empresas Polar, which was founded by his grandfather. It produces and sells beer and basic food items including flour, condiments, tuna fish and wine. A long-time critic of deceased former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, Mendoza continues to struggle with government policies. President Nicolas Maduro has called him an "oligarch of the devil" and has accused him of reducing production and hoarding products to create shortages. Mendoza has always denied these accusations. In December 2015, government officials reportedly entered Polar's Pepsi plant in Caucagua, detained employees and ordered them to restart production of goods, but the company said they could not be produced due to raw material shortages as a result of Venezuela's currency control system. The employees were subsequently released.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day October 05, 1965
Birth Place Venezuela
Birth Sign Scorpio
Residence Caracas, Venezuela
Citizenship Venezuelan
Alma mater Fordham University (BA) MIT Sloan School of Management (MBA)
Occupation CEO, Empresas Polar
Spouse(s) Maria Alexandra Pulido
Children 4
Parent(s) Lorenzo Alejandro Mendoza Quintero Leonor Giménez Pocaterra

💰 Net worth: $1.5 Billion

2010 $3.5 Billion
2011 $3.4 Billion
2012 $3.4 Billion
2013 $4 Billion
2014 $3.5 Billion
2015 $2.7 Billion
2016 $1.5 Billion
2018 $1.5 Billion

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Lorenzo Mendoza is the third generation of the family that controls Empresas Polar, Venezuela's largest privately held company, founded by his grandfather as a beer company in 1941.


Mendoza attended the Hun School of Princeton in New Jersey, and went on to receive a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Fordham University, and an MBA in 1993 from the MIT Sloan School of Management.


In 2009 Polar was a casualty of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's land reform schemes when the government took over one of the company's properties claiming the land was being underused.


As of November 2015, Forbes estimated his net worth at US$2.7 billion.