Colombian billionaire bought supermodel Adriana Lima’s house in Miami

Jaime Gilinski. Photo: Courtesy Week
Jaime Gilinski. Photo: Courtesy Week

In recent hours, the news of the new acquisition of the Colombian banker and billionaire businessman Jaime Gilinski has begun to circulate. According to what was reported by the real estate information portal The Real Deal, the investor bought the house that was owned by the Brazilian supermodel Adriana Lima. The house, located in Indian Creek (Miami-Dade), was sold in December 2021 for the sum of 40 million dollars. The specialized media indicated that, in addition, Gilinski is now the owner of five adjoining plots on this exclusive island located in the northern part of the Bay of Biscay.

Adriana Lima, who rose to fame, among other things, for being one of the Victoria’s Secret angels, sold her mansion for $31 million, more than what she paid in 2009 to own it. The house has its origins in 1958, has been remodeled and has four bedrooms and four bathrooms in an area of ​​6,445 square feet, that is, more than 600 square meters. That area is common because of the number of celebrities and economically powerful personalities who live there. Adriana had among her neighbors the singer Julio Iglesias; the Hispanic television presenter in the United States Mario Kreutzberger, ‘Don Francisco’; Ivanka and Jared Kushner; among others.

The business group of the Gilinski family has been carrying out a process to acquire control over Nutresa and Sura. It was last November 12 when an intention of OPA (Public Acquisition Offer) was received to keep some of the shares, however, the Antioquia Business Group (GEA) has been at the forefront of the process to avoid the purchase. On November 30, a second offer was made known that involved the partners of Inversiones Suramericana.

The Sindicato Antioqueño assured that it would not sell its participation in any of the operations, even new measures were announced to generate greater value for its shareholders, for example, the increase in dividends and the listing of Cementos Argos on the New York Stock Exchange. With the second stage of this business, the OPA season, experts explain, it enters a stage of truce based on several common arguments.

After the presentation of the guarantee in the framework of a new takeover bid (OPA) by the Sura Group that the Gilinski group made last Thursday, before the Colombian Stock Exchange, The Superintendency reported that after reviewing the documents submitted by the bidders, who have already managed to keep 25.2% of the shares, the business group already had a second takeover bid.

The information, which was issued by the international economic media Bloomberg, indicates that said guarantee, presented by the business group, led by Jaime Gilinski, corresponds to 115.6 million dollars, equivalent to 50% of the maximum value to be purchased by the interested.

This coincides with the rebound that the shares of Sura and Nutresa have had. With the approval of the takeover bids for Nutresa and Sura, by the Financial Superintendence of Colombia (SFC) and the Colombian Stock Exchange (BVC), on February 1 the listing of the shares of both companies in the market resumed. stock market The insurance company (Sura) registered a growth of 33.65% to $36,420. The food company (Nutresa) grew 21.07% to $40,680.

For its part, the newspaper La República reported that This new takeover bid is raised by a minimum of 5% and a maximum of 6.25% of the ordinary shares in circulation. Each fraction will be paid at US$9.88 or $39,330, according to the current official exchange rate. With the launch of the new takeover bid by the Gilinskis for Nutresa, the business group is betting on having control of between 18.3% and 22.88% of the food processor, in addition to 27, 68% shares you already own.

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Colombian billionaire bought supermodel Adriana Lima’s house in Miami