Bill Gates' last major investment!

Gates acquired the quota on the same day on which Mexican Economic Future Sab sold part of his Heineken actions for 3.7 billion dollars

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Bill Gates' last major investment!

Bill Gates acquired the quota on the same day on which Mexican Economic Future Sab sold part of his Heineken actions for 3.7 billion dollars. Femsa, as the Mexican bottling of Coca-Cola and minimarket operator is called, last week had announced her intention to download her participation in Heineken after a strategic review.

Heineken Holding controls the 50% of Heineken NV, producer of the homonymous beer, as well as the Amastel, Moretti and Sol brands, among others. The shares have a value of 902 million dollars, according to Bloomberg's calculations at the closing price of the shares of February 17th.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust Foundation has also invested in the Dutch online picnic supermarket and holds a participation of 1.34% in the Dutch manufacturer of Oci fertilizers. In total, Gates purchased 3.8% of Heineken Holding for 902 million dollars.

Microsoft's founder billionaire purchased 6.65 million Heineken Holding shares individual and another 4.18 million shares through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust.

About Bill Gates

On September 25, 2015 the initiative The Global Goals is launched all over the world, which sees Bill and Melinda two of the protagonists together with many other activists and artists including: Malala Yousafzai, Anastacia, Stephen Hawking, Stevie Wonder, Kate Winslet, the Regina Rania of Jordan, Jennifer Lopez, Meryl Streep and many others.

The world leaders have committed to respecting 17 global objectives to be achieved in the next 15 years, three of the most important: eliminating extreme poverty, fighting inequality, injustices and fixing climate change.

During a keynote held on the occasion of the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, which was held from 23 to 27 January 2008, Gates invokes the beginning of a new era in the name of creative capitalism.

By creative capitalism, Gates means a system in which the technological progress made by companies are not exploited simply for the logic of profit, but also to bring development and well -being especially where there is more need, that is, in the poorest areas in the world.

Together with his wife, in 2000 Gates founded the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation, a private humanitarian organization that deals with fighting some diseases such as AIDS especially in the third world.

Bill Gates