Alejandro Santo Domingo is the public face of the Santo Domingo family, which inherited a massive beer fortune when his father Julio Mario died in 2011.
Net worth: $4.6 billion (Forbes Magazine, 2015)
This gentleman is a financier and is also the son of Julio Mario Santo Domingo and Beatriz Davila. Davila went to the exclusive Hotchkiss School and completed his degree in History at Harvard University, a step which became crucial to Alejandro Santo Domingo Davila net worth.
Alejandro Santo Domingo Dávila, BA, serves as the Managing Director at Quadrant Capital Advisors, Inc. Mr. Dávila was employed at Violy, Byorum & Partners, Investment Bankers, from 1999 to 2002, where he was focused on mergers and acquisitions for telecom, media, and consumer goods. He is a businessman and financier at Grupo Santo Domingo. Previously, as the former President of Bavaria’s Executive Committee, Mr. Dávila spearheaded its regional expansion and restructuring process. He serves as the Chairman of Backus & Johnston. He serves as the Chairman of Bavaria S.A. He served as the Chairman of Union de Cervecerias Peruanas Backus y Johnston SAA since 2002. Mr. Dávila serves as a Chairman of SABMiller Plc. for Latin America. He sits on the Boards of many of the companies controlled by the Santo Domingo Group. He serves as a Director of Union de Cervecerias Peruanas Backus y Johnston SAA. He serves as a Director of Compan’a de Cervezas Nacionales S.A., Cervecer’a Andina S.A., Cervecer’a Nacional S.A., Refrescos Nacionales S.A., Aguila Trading, Cerveceria San Juan, Cervesur, and Backus & Johnston. He has been a Non Executive Director at SABMiller Plc since November 9, 2005. Mr. Dávila serves as a Director of Valores Bavaria, Bavaria S.A., Cromos S.A., Comunican S.A., BellSouth Colombia, Valorem S.A., Media Capital, Invernac, América TV, and Caracol Television S.A. He serves as a Member of the Latin American Advisory Board at JER Partners L.L.C. He serves as a Member of the Board of Aid for AIDS and DKMS. He is a graduate of Harvard University.
He serves as the Vice-Chairman of the Latin American arm of the brewing company and is also a Board of Trustees member for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
He has a reputation for being a warm, caring person. Evidence of this, perhaps, can be seen in his charitable efforts. He spends a quarter of his time “on the social-responsibility side,” including overseeing his family’s foundation in Colombia and serving as treasurer of Aid for aids in New York. He is also a generous donor and has championed ecological and conservancy causes.
He is engaged to Lady Charlotte Wellesley, the wedding is scheduled for early 2016.