RD$3.6 million in 2008
| Celso Marranzini|
| 11 January 1952 (age 64) (1952-01-11) Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
his role in CONEP and CDEEE
Corporacion Dominicana de Empresas Electicas Estatales
Constantino Marranzini (father),
Maria Altagracia Perez-Pintado (mother)
Frank Rainieri Marranzini (second-cousin)
Celso José Marranzini Pérez (born 11 January 1952, Santo Domingo) is an economist and businessman from the Dominican Republic. Vice President of Corporación Dominicana de Empresas Eléctricas Estatales (CDEEE, "Dominican Corporation of State Electrical Companies"); former chairman of Consejo Nacional de la Empresa Privada (CONEP, "National Council of the Private Enterprise").
He was born to Constantino Marranzini Risk (the son of Liberato Marranzini, an Italian immigrant from Santa Lucia di Serino, and Amelia Risk, of Lebanese descent) and María Altagracia Pérez Pintado (the daughter of Celso Pérez, a Spanish industrialist from Asturias, and Carmen Pintado, who was born in Puerto Rico to Spanish parents).
Celso Marranzini Wikipedia