Anheuser-Busch InBev Bailo Brothers
A lady of nobility from the clan of de Spoelberch, the late Viscountess Amicie de Spoelberch was a woman of humble tastes. She delighted in the simplest of pursuits including sewing, shopping, classical music and concerts. The late Viscountess de Spoelberch also enjoyed horseback riding and choir. Amicie was a member of the nobility that has held substantial stakes in the world’s largest brewery firm, Anheuser-Busch InBev. Simply known as AB InBev, the firm has been at the forefront of the industry thanks to its impressive portfolio of the finest beer brands. The company owns over 400 different brands of the world’s finest and most well-loved beers. Simply put, there’s always an AB InBev brew to suit every budget, palate and preference.
The late Viscountess Amicie de Spoelberch enjoyed topics on investments. She could engage in animated conversations that involved various investment areas, which was not surprising considering the wealth her family made in a variety of business ventures through the centuries.
The Viscountess Amicie de Spoelberch married Luka Bailo on February 9, 2001. She adopted Mr. Bailo’s sons from a previous marriage. Alexis and Patrice Bailo de Spoelberch have been collectively known as the Bailo brothers of Belgium. They have truly made their late father and adoptive mother proud with their numerous achievements in the area of investments, having operated a number of business ventures that have served to add to the already impressive de Spoelberch portfolio. The two gentlemen have maintained solid reputations as two of the most successful businessmen in the European circuit.