Carlos Ghosn Net Worth
As rich as they come, people in business usually have the most wealth to brag about. Million-dollar houses, private jets and a variety of other premium things usually distinguish successful business people from the rest of us. However, some are more humble than other, but it’s not about perception and philosophy this time, but rather about Carlos Ghosn. This 1.7 m tall Businessperson, Chairman and CEO, Renault-Nissan Alliance, Chairman of Mitsubishi Motors is Brazilian, Lebanese, French. Born in unknown on the unknown, Carlos Ghosn has emerged as a successful business person. Graduating Mines ParisTech, Collège Stanislas de Paris, École Polytechnique, this individual has received tons of awards and accolades for successes in various fields. Earning the nicknames of Гон, Карлос along the way Carlos Ghosn was born into the family of Jorge Ghosn unknown. Nowadays, moving around the world and managing lots of business ventures has to be synchronised with personal time which is mostly occupied by business and Rita Ghosn Caroline Ghosn, Anthony Ghosn, Nadine Ghosn, Maya Ghosn. The total estimated net worth of Carlos Ghosn is $50 Million.
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Ghosn got sick after drinking unsanitary water when he was two years old, and his mother moved with him first to Rio de Janeiro, and then at the age of six, to Beirut, Lebanon. There he attended the Jesuit Collège Notre-Dame de Jamhour. He eventually moved to engineering schools in Paris, France, where he obtained degrees from the École Polytechnique and the École des Mines de Paris.
After completing his education in 1978, Ghosn began working as a management trainee with the biggest French automotive supplier, Michelin. He was soon promoted to head of research for the development of industrial tires, and was later moved to Brazil to lead the company’s unprofitable and struggling operations in Rio de Janeiro, as Chief Operating Officer. The operation became profitable in just two years through Ghosn’s brilliant management style, and in 1989 he was appointed to Michelin North America as President and COO. The following year he became the CEO and Chairman, engineering a merger with domestic tire-maker Uniroyal Goodrich. His net worth was certainly already well advanced.
In 1996 Ghosn joined the French automaker Renault, becoming the company’s Executive Vice President dealing with purchases, research, engineering and development, and manufacturing, and managing its South American division. At the time, Renault was facing problems with profitability, and Ghosn managed to restructure the company in a rather radical way, returning it to profitability within only a year. His popularity was boosted, and his wealth greatly improved.
In 1999 he bought a 36.8% stake in the Japanese automobile manufacturer Nissan, and joined the company, soon becoming its President and CEO, keeping his positions in Renault as well. At the time, Nissan was saddled with $20 billion in debt and very few of its models were generating profit. While the task to turn around the future of the company was almost impossible, Ghosn once again succeeded in it, using his radical methods, which included cutting jobs, plants and suppliers, raising Nissan’s profits from their loss of over $6 billion to a profit of $2.7 billion in only a year. Within three years the company became one of the most profitable auto makers. All contributed to Ghosn’s popularity in the industry, and to his net worth as well.
In 2005, he became the President and CEO of Renault, being the first person in the world to run two global Fortune 500 companies simultaneously.
Two years later, as the Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, which have been strategic partners since 1999, Ghosn decided to spend €uros four billion so Renault and Nissan could together create a lineup of electric cars, such as the Nissan Leaf, known as ‘the world’s first affordable zero-emission car’.
In 2008 he was named Chairman, President, and CEO of Nissan, and the following year the Chairman and CEO of Renault.
In 2012 he became Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Russian automobile manufacturer AvtoVAZ, Renault-Nissan Alliance’s partner, and the following year he was named the company’s Chairman, holding the position until 2016.
When Nissan purchased a 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors in 2016, Ghosn was named Chairman of Mitsubishi too, improving his wealth once again.
A notable businessman, known as one of the automobile industry’s great turnaround artists, Ghosn has served on several boards and councils. He has received a number of awards and honors for his contribution to the industry, and his successful managing has enabled him to establish an amazing fortune.
In his private life, Ghosn is divorced, and has four children with his ex-wife.
- Full Name: Carlos Ghosn
- Net Worth: $50 Million
- Date Of Birth: March 9, 1954
- Place Of Birth: Porto Velho, Brazil
- Height: 1.7 m
- Profession: Businessperson, Chairman and CEO, Renault-Nissan Alliance, Chairman of Mitsubishi Motors
- Education: Mines ParisTech, Collège Stanislas de Paris, École Polytechnique
- Nationality: Brazilian, Lebanese, French
- Spouse: Rita Ghosn
- Children: Caroline Ghosn, Anthony Ghosn, Nadine Ghosn, Maya Ghosn
- Parents: Jorge Ghosn
- Nicknames: Гон, Карлос
- Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jad_ghosn
- LinkedIn: https://fr.linkedin.com/in/carlos-ghosn-05a16090
- IMDB: http://imdb.com/name/nm2134282
- Awards: Asia Businessman of the Year (2002), 10 most powerful business leaders outside the U.S. (2003, Fortune), Automotive/ Japan Automotive Hall of Fame (2004), Honorary Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (2006), Japan Society Award (2012), International Fellow of the Royal Academy of E…
- Nominations: Member of the Advisory Board of Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management in Beijing, Honorary doctorate from American University of Beirut, Member of the Strategic Council, Saint Joseph University of Beirut, President of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association; he serves as G…
- Movies: Revenge of the Electric Car (2011)
|Les 4 vérités||2013-2017||TV Series||Himself|
|Spécial investigation||2016||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo||2015||TV Series||Himself – Chairman / CEO, Renault-Nissan Alliance|
|Revenge of the Electric Car||2011||Documentary||Himself – CEO, Nissan Renault|
|Gaia no yoake||2007||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Neo the Office Chuckler||2006||TV Series||Himself|