President of Peruvian direct selling beauty giant Belcorp, Eduardo Belmont Anderson is one of the four Peruvians on the Forbes list of the richest in the world, according to the real-time ranking updated by the magazine.
Eduardo Belmont is ranked No.4 in Peru behind Intercorp Group president Carlos Rodriguez Pastor and sisters Rosa Brescia Cafferata and Ana Maria Brescia, heirs and shareholders of Pandora Group.
69-year-old Eduardo Belmont Anderson, sits in the 1,627 position with a fortune of US $ 1,100 million. In 2014, he was at the 687th position on the global billionaires list.
Belcorp was recently ranked No.12 in the World's Best Multinational Workplaces, making it to the list second time in a row. The company employs more than 10,000 at its headquarters in Lima, Peru, and in seven additional markets across Latin America. Belcorp also has signed on more than 850,000 independent sellers, called Beauty Advisors, to market its cosmetics, fragrance and skincare products.
Belcorp's revenues slipped to about $1.6 billion in 2013, a drop of several hundred million dollars from the previous year. Eduardo and his brother Fernando used to run a jointly-owned cosmetics firm Yanbal, but in 1988 the two parted ways and each now runs his own beauty enterprise.
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