Helena Revoredo was born on 1947 in Madrid, Spain, Spain. Helena Revoredo is chairman of Prosegur, a Spanish private security company known for its fleet of 5,200 yellow armored vans. Her late husband, Herberto Gut, founded the company in 1976. It debuted on the Spanish stock market in 1987, and Gut died in a car accident ten years later. Her son, Christian Gut, is Prosegur's CEO, and her daughter Chantal Gut sits on the board. With 2015 sales of $4.2 billion, Prosegur has a presence throughout Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Bill Gates reportedly bought a small stake in her company in 2014. Revoredo is actively involved in the Prosegur Foundation, which works on education and social integration for people with disabilities and operates schools in impoverished regions in 10 Latin American countries.
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Revoredo's late husband, Herberto Gut, founded Prosegur in 1976, but died in a car accident in 1997.
Revoredo is a Director of Banco Popular, Spain’s sixth-largest lender.