Remo Ruffini Net Worth

Remo Ruffini was born on May 17, 1942 in Como, Italy, Italy. Remo Ruffini turned around a nearly bankrupt luxury sportswear firm Moncler, taking the company public in 2013 in one of Italy's largest IPOs in years. Originally founded in 1952 by two French mountaineers, Moncler found success as its down jackets became popular on the slopes, particularly after the company sponsored the French ski team in the 1968 Winter Olympics at Grenoble. Around the year 2000, Moncler found itself near bankruptcy amid stiff competition from sportswear companies like the North Face. In 1999 Remo Ruffini became the company's creative director and a few years later bought the brand for an undisclosed amount. Ruffini got his start in the U.S. working for his father's clothing company, Gianfranco Ruffini; his only higher education consisted of a single marketing class at Boston University. He returned to Italy in 1984 and founded his own brand, New England Company, which was sold in 2000 to the Stefanel Group. At Moncler, Ruffini introduced new colors and designs, and partnered with the Carlyle Group to expand internationally. Ruffini still owns a 20% stake and remains chairman and CEO. He owns a 180-foot superyacht, the Atlante, as well as a restored chalet in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day May 17, 1942
Birth Place Como, Italy, Italy
Spouse(s) Anna Imponente
Children Jacopo
Fields Astrophysics

💰 Net worth: $4.1 Billion (2022)

2014 $1.4 Billion
2015 $1.15 Billion
2016 $1.1 Billion
2017 $1.4 Billion
2018 $2.09 Billion

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Remo Ruffini (born May 17, 1942, La Brigue, Alpes-Maritimes, at that time, Briga Marittima, Italy). He is Director of ICRANet, International Centre for Relativistic Astrophysics Network. Moreover, he is President of the International Centre for Relativistic Astrophysics (ICRA); he initiated the International Relativistic Astrophysics PhD (IRAP PhD), a Common graduate school program of several universities and research institutes for the education of theoretical astrophysicists. He is Director of the Erasmus Mundus IRAP PhD program (IRAP Ph D Erasmus Mundus). He has been Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Rome "Sapienza" from 1978 to 2012.


After his degree in 1966, he was post-doctoral fellow at the Mainz Academy of Sciences working with Pascual Jordan, in Germany. Then, he was post-doctoral fellow with John Archibald Wheeler and Member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and later became instructor and assistant professor at Princeton University. In 1975, he was visiting Professor at the Universities of Kyoto (Japan) and of Western Australia, Perth. In the years 1975-78, he cooperated with NASA being member of the task force on the scientific use of space stations. In 1976 he became Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Catania and in 1978 he was appointed Professor at the University “Sapienza”. In 1985, he was elected President of the International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics (ICRA). In 1984 he was cofounder, with Abdus Salam, of the Marcel Grossmann Meetings. In 1987, he became co-chairman of the Italian-Korean Meetings on Relativistic Astrophysics. In the years 1989-93, he was President of the Scientific Committee of the Italian Space Agency. He is Editor of a variety of Scientific Journals. He is married to Anna Imponente and has a son, Iacopo.


For these works Ruffini won the Cressy Morrison Award of the N.Y. Academy of Science in 1972.