Marie-Jeanne Meyer Net Worth

Marie-Jeanne Meyer was born on 1942 in France, is President of PE firm Florac, Louis Dreyfus SASPresident of PE firm Florac, Louis Dreyfus SAS. Marie-Jeanne Meyer's fortune comes from her reported 12% share in Louis Dreyfus Holdings, which was run by her brother Robert until his 2009 death from leukemia. Her sister-in-law Margarita, also a billionaire, now heads the firm. Meyer served as director general at the company from 2003 to 2007. Relations between Margarita and her late husband's sisters are reportedly icy; neither Marie-Jeanne or Monique, Robert's younger sister, have commented on their stakes, which Margarita reportedly wants to buy. Meyer also owns Florac, a small private equity firm she founded in 2009. It reportedly sold a stake in French fashion company SMCP to KKR in 2013 and is invested in Belgian airport equipment rental company TCR.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? President of PE firm Florac, Louis Dreyfus SASPresident of PE firm Florac, Louis Dreyfus SAS
Birth Year 1942
Birth Place France
Citizenship French
Known for minority shareholder of Louis Dreyfus Group
Spouse(s) Philippe Meyer
Children 3
Parent(s) Jean Louis-Dreyfus Jeanne Madeline Depierre
Relatives Monique Roosmale Nepveu (sister) Robert Louis-Dreyfus (brother)

💰 Net worth: $1.5 Billion (2022)

2013 $1 Billion
2014 $1.5 Billion
2015 $1.5 Billion
2018 $1.5 Billion

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Born Marie-Jeanne Louis-Dreyfus, she was one of three children born to Jean and Jeanne Madeline (née Depierre) Louis-Dreyfus. Her brother is Robert Louis-Dreyfus and her sister is Monique Roosmale Nepveu. Her Father was Jewish and her mother Roman Catholic. She is the great granddaughter of Léopold Louis-Dreyfus, founder of the Louis-Dreyfus Group, which had begun buying and selling wheat in the Alsace region a century earlier, and rapidly Diversified into shipping, oil and other commodities. Her grandfather was Louis Louis-Dreyfus who served in the French Parliament during the French Third Republic. After the death of her brother Robert, his widow and second wife Margarita Louis-Dreyfus (b: Rita Bogdanova), inherited 60% of the Louis Dreyfus Group (later increased to 65% in 2012). As of 2013, Marie-Jeanne owned 12.5% of the Louis Dreyfus Group making her a Billionaire. In 2009, she founded the venture capital company Florac SAS.