Maria Ines de Lafuente Lacroze is the sole heir of Amalia Lacroze Fortabat’s immense fortune. Maria Ines’ mom used to be the wealthiest & most powerful women in Argentina. When her mom died, she inherited Loma Negra which was set up by her stepfather in 1926. The business was run and managed by her mom for around 25 years. In 2005, she chose to market her positions in the business into a conglomerate Camargo Correa of Brazil for an estimated price of $1 billion. Maria Ines de Lafuente Lacroze is proven to be much more actively involved in several philanthropic actions over running the family business.