|Occupation||Chairman of Bulgari|
|Net worth||$1.3 billion (May 2015)|
|Relatives||Gianni Bulgari (brother)
Nicola Bulgari (brother)
Paolo Bulgari (born 1937) is an Italian billionaire businessman and jewellry designer, a great-grandson of Sotirios Bulgari, the founder of the luxury brand Bulgari.
In 2013, after allegations of tax evasion, the Guardia di Finanza (tax police), raided the Bulgari office in Rome's Via Condotti, as part of a Euro 46 million seizure of assets. In May 2015, Paolo and Nicola Bulgari and 11 others were ordered by an Italian judge to stand trial on charges of tax evasion. Both deny the charges.
He lives in Rome.
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