Borghese Family Office
Borghese Ventures rests on a legacy of strong leaders and entrepreneurs. Best known for political contributions, the Borghese family has supported world-class innovation since its founding in 1238. For example, Pope Paul V, née Camillo Borghese, protected Galileo’s scientific investigations. In Rome, the name Borghese festoons St. Paul’s Basilica and the Galleria Borghese. The family has produced effective and successful governors, generals, industrialists, and entrepreneurs. As a result, the name Borghese is synonymous with leadership, acumen, and charisma.