Alberto Cortina Net Worth $1 Billion
He was the 17th most affluent person in Spain and was ranked 1342nd in the record of World Billionaires. He additionally studied Law in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The two are normally known as “The Albertos” or Los Albertos in Spain. The two both began working for the firm founded by the Koplowitz sisters, Construcciones y Contratas which has become called FCC. In 1976, he became the Chief Executive Officer which started his accumulation of the present estimated net worth of $1 billion. The Cortina and Alcocer talent helped the firm grow to more than 660 times in market value above an interval of 18 years.
In 1978, Cortina and Alcocer acquired 5% of Banco de Formento which belongs to Banco Central. Here is the start of their new enterprise in banking. They acquired Banco de Zaragozano in 1982. They later created the Cartera Central along with KIO Group that has a substantial position in Banco Central and has a seat in the Board of Directors. In 2004, they sold their combined 40% position to Barclays. The Albertos now hold their wealth in the investment arm Alcor Holding. It has stakes in Grupo Empresarial ENCE, a eucalyptus producer, and Actividades de Construccion y Servicios, a construction business.