Ghosn’s Net Worth Shrink By $70 Million From $120 Million

Carlos’s fortune has reduced by 40% since his arrest at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport more than a year ago, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. This figure has reduced drastically since he first appeared in court.

He was born in Brazil and is a Lebanese businessman. After graduation in 1978, he worked for Michelin, Europe’s premier tire manufacturer, for 18 years, initially training and working in several sites in France and Germany.

Why He Is Wanted With An Arrest Warrant-Arrest Details

Carlos Ghosn, is surprised, according to his spokesman, that France has issued an international arrest warrant for him. Prosecutors have issued an arrest warrant for him and four other people in connection with “potentially improper payments.”

In 2018, he was arrested on financial mismanagements’ for allegedly underreporting his wage package for the five years prior to 2015. He categorically denied any wrongdoing.

He previously talked about his daring escape from Japan in 2019, which included disguising himself to travel unobserved through Tokyo’s streets, hiding in a massive music equipment box, and fleeing to Lebanon while facing charges. A French investigating magistrate has issued five international arrest warrants against him and four individuals linked to an Oman vehicle wholesaler.

The arrest warrant issued by the prosecutor’s office in the Paris area of Nanterre, according to his lawyer, Jean Tamalet of King & Spalding, was part of a long-running investigation.


Who Are Carlos Ghosn Wife And Family?

Rita Kordahi, a native of Rayfoun, Lebanon,

was Ghosn’s first wife, whom he met in France in 1984 and married in 1985. Their four children were Caroline, Nadine, Maya, and Anthony.


They divorced in 2012. Ghosn married Lebanese-American Carole Nahas in May 2016, and the couple celebrated with a large-scale Marie Antoinette-themed celebration at the Grand Trianon of the Palace of Versailles to both the wedding and Carole’s 50th birthday a few months later in October.

Carole Ghosn is wanted for allegedly lying to the FBI during her testimony about what she knew about her husband’s finances.