Eduardo Saverin was bornon 19 March 1982 in So Paulo, Brazil, Brazil, is Cofounder, Facebook. Eduardo Saverin is #153 in List Billionaires People In The World. Eduardo Saverin cofounded Facebook with Harvard classmate Mark Zuckerberg in 2004. Now a venture capitalist, he still derives most of his wealth from his minority stake in Facebook. In 2014, he launched a $144 million venture fund focused on India, Southeast Asia and the U.S.
Entrepreneurship is really about passion. It really is not a job; it becomes your life.
In 2016, Saverin's fund closed initial deals of over $140 million in Asia, including $30 million in up and coming regional logistics startup Ninja Van
, but as of 2015, he has not applied for travel authorization to re-enter the country
On March 27, 2014, they got engaged and were married on June 25, 2015, in the French Riviera
On May 15, 2012, Business Insider obtained and released an exclusive email from Zuckerberg detailing how he cut Saverin from Facebook and diluted his stake
citizenship in 2011 because of his "interest in working and living in Singapore"; he also reduced the capital gains taxes he would have paid after the Facebook IPO
The 2010 film The Social Network depicts the relationship between Saverin and Zuckerberg from their creation of Facebook to Saverin's legal action against Zuckerberg
In 2006, Saverin graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in economics
Noting the lack of a dedicated social networking website for Harvard students, the two worked together to launch The Facebook in 2004
Saverin became a United States citizen in 1998 and renounced his U
Since 1996, the Reed Amendment makes former citizens inadmissible to the United States if the Attorney General determines that they gave up citizenship to avoid taxation
Eduardo Luiz Saverin (/ˈsævərɪn/; Portuguese: [eduˈaɾdu luˈis ˈsaveɾĩ]; born March 19, 1982) is a Brazilian Internet entrepreneur and angel investor