Isabel Dos Santos has made major headlines in the World by being listed by BBC network as the most influential personalities in Africa. She has made a landmark as the richest female in Africa ultimately making her very powerful. Born to the Former Angolan President in 1973, Isabel Dos Santos has accumulated a vast amount of wealth to being recognized by Forbes Magazine for the tremendous figure increase in her asset base in 2013. She was favored enough to school at Kings College, London where she pursued Electrical Engineering and met her spouse. She’s held top executive and managerial positions with Companies recognized by the European Stock Exchange.
Isabel Dos Santos has had her hands in many business enterprises and holdings both national and international. For a long time she has had a taste in the Telecommunication Arena where in coalition with Portugal Telecom to produce Unitel and mobile Operator T+. Most of her businesses and interest are located both in Rwanda and Portugal ranging from Telecommunication, Energy, Media, Retail and Finance. Isabel Dos Santos is the lead managing partner at ZON, a multimedia Corporation and have investments in the Oil and Diamonds trade.
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The first business she took a gamble on was opening up a Miami Beach Club, the first of its kind in Luanda and since then she has been adventurous in her investment ventures. Some of the notable holdings where Isabelle Dos Santos has over 51% shares include; an Energy Company located in Amsterdam called Esperaza holdings, Trans Africa Investment Services a diamond enterprise, Santoro Finace Company based in Lisbon and Unitel International Holdings and Finally a Retail based Luanda Company called Condis. Issabelle Dos Santos has seen fame, wealth and Power. She was held a position in the government. She is the definition of beauty and power at the same time. The young Angolan business woman has had her worth accumulate 2 billion dollars alone in the year 2013. She has profited a lot making extensive amounts of cash following the sale of her shares at Banco BPI and have instigated aggressive takeovers on companies.
Hoje abrimos mais um supermercado Candando em Luanda. Eu, continuo a investir no meu país, a criar empregos, e a formar jovens que serão os empresários no futuro. Acredito em fazer a diferença, nós investimos em apoiar e promover os produtores nacionais #Angola 🇦🇴 nossa terra. pic.twitter.com/pQzwYjYtYc
— Isabel Dos Santos (@isabelaangola) April 27, 2019