Carlo Fidani

About Carlo Fidani

Who is it?: Chairman, Orlando Corporation
Birth Place: Toronto, Canada, Canada

Carlo Fidani Net Worth

Carlo Fidani was born in Toronto, Canada, Canada, is Chairman, Orlando Corporation. Carlo Fidani runs Orlando Corp., the Toronto-area real estate company he took over following his father's death in 2000. He is the third generation to run the family business, which has interests in construction and development as well as property leasing and management of more than 40 million square feet of industrial, office and commercial real estate; the company was founded as Fidani and Sons in 1948 by Carlo's grandfather. He has been a significant supporter of health services in the Toronto area, giving to the Carlo Fidani Peel Regional Cancer Centre in Mississauga, the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation and the University of Toronto Mississauga. He is also co-owner of the Canadian Tire Sports Motorpark.
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💰Carlo Fidani Net worth: $2.2 Billion (Updated at 22 June 2018)

2012 $2 Billion
2013 $2 Billion
2014 $2 Billion
2015 $1.9 Billion
2016 $1.9 Billion
2017 $2 Billion
2018 $2.29 Billion

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In 1948, Fidani’s grandfather, who was also known as Carlo Fidani, founded Fidani and Sons, which is now known as the Orlando Corporation. The company was eventually transferred to Orey Fidani, Fidani’s Father, who expanded the Business.


In 2000, following the death of his Father, Fidani became Chairman of Orlando Corp.


In 2010, Fidani made a $10 million donation to the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine to assist with Ontario’s chronic shortage of family Physicians. His donation inspired broad support from the community, including an additional $12 million donation from Terrence Donnelly. This allowed the University to lay the foundation for the Mississauga Academy of Medicine. The new academy first welcomed medical students in August 2011 and adds 54 MDs to Ontario with each graduating class.


In 2016, Fidani by way of the Orlando Corp., launched a gift-matching initiative that will see it donate up to $15 million to william Osler Health System’s three hospital sites in the Toronto area.