Magdalena Martullo-Blocher was bornon 13 August 1969 in Feldmeilen, Switzerland, Switzerland. Magdalena Martullo-Blocher is #350 in List Billionaires People In The World. In 2004 Magdalena Martullo-Blocher took the reins of Ems-Chemie, the gigantic Swiss polymer and chemical manufacturer that's been in her family for years. This came after her father, Christoph Blocher, departed the company after 35 years to take a seat in the Swiss government's federal council. Upon leaving he sold his stake evenly to his four children. Magdalena and her sister Rahel hold shares equally through family holding company, Emesta. Sister Miriam and brother Markus have sold shares to Magdalena and Rahel over the years to run their own companies. Before joining the Ems-Chemie board of directors in 2001, Magdalena held management positions at Johnson & Johnson and Swiss beverage maker Rivella. In 2015, Magdalena followed in her father footsteps into politics: she was elected to the Swiss parliament as a National Councillor. She ran on the conservative Swiss People's Party ticket, of which father Christoph is a high-ranking leader.
In October 2015, Martullo-Blocher was elected to the National Council for the Swiss People's Party (SVP)
Martullo-Blocher took over running Ems-Chemie from her father in 2004
Martullo-Blocher is the daughter of Swiss industrialist turned politician, Christoph Blocher, who acquired the Swiss chemical company Ems-Chemie in 1983
Magdalena Martullo-Blocher (born 13 August 1969 in Männedorf) is a Swiss billionaire, businesswoman, Swiss People's Party politician, the CEO of Ems-Chemie, and the daughter and an heiress of former Swiss Federal Councillor Christoph Blocher