The House of Borromeo are a Papal bloodline and merchant family which produced several bishops and cardinals for the Roman Catholic Church. The Bor-romeo family covertly family own a large portion of Alfa Romeo which uses the serpent eating a child or biscione as its logo. On their coat or arms they also have the "Black Eagle" for Black Nobility, a "White Horse" for equestrian military, and a camel suggesting an Arab ancestry through the Moorish invasion. They also have rings on their coat of arms because they manage the north Italian and German connections through marriages which bind the two groups together. They also work with the Ferragamo family of Florence which are involved with high end fashion and luxury goods with Fulvia Visconti Ferragamo, Leonardo Ferragamo, Massimo Ferragamo, Wanda Ferragamo Miletti, Ferruccio Ferragamo, and James Ferragamo as members. The Borromeo family had a Florentine merchant branch. Gamo means marriage which is signified with a ring. They have properties and palaces all throughout Northern Italy and are involved in business and politics to this day. Many Italian billionaires are from Northern Italy and many work under the House of Borromeo's authority. The Borromeo family work under the Sforza and Visconti families of Milan. The Borromeo family also own islands in the Piedmont region of Italy and owned a bank in Milan. The Sella family are bankers from Piedmont and own Banca Sella Group which operates in Italy and also Switzerland where banking is private. The Sella family are court factors of the House of Borromeo with Maurizio Sella and his son Pietro Sella as the heads of their bank. The House of Borromeo and other North Italian nobility are married with Holy Roman nobility like the House of Hanover and the House of Furstenberg.
Princess Beatrice Borromeo is a reporter who has worked with Newsweek and the Daily Beast and went to the University of Milan just as Milan is deeply connected with the media. She married Pierre Casiraghi of the House of Hanover and House of Grimaldi and he is the major shareholder for a construction company and helicopter company. His brother Andrea Casiraghi is married to the billionaire Tatiana Santo Domingo. Donna Lavinia Borromeo is married to John Elkann who is Chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles which includes Alfa Romeo. The Agnelli family own almost 30 percent of Fiat and Chrysler. John Elkann is the grandson of Gianni Agnelli. John's brother Lapo Elkann owns Italia Independent Group and has worked as a personal assistant to Henry Kissinger. John Elkann's cousin Andrea Agnelli is worth about 13 billion and is Chairman of Juventus Football Club located in Turin a city in the Piedmont district. Ginevra Elkann is married to Prince Giovanni Gaetani-dell'Aquila-d'Aragona. The Gaetani family are part owners of the Holy See. Alfa Romeo takes its logo from Milan which is used on the coat of arms of the Sforza, Visconti, and Borromeo families. The Agnelli family own the majority of Exor an investment company with 176 billion in assets including Fiat Chrysler. Donna Matilde Borromeo married to Prince Antonius of Furstenberg. The Furstenberg family are another very powerful bloodline. Prince Egon of Furstenberg married Clara Agnelli of the Agnelli family which founded Fiat and their son is Prince Alexander of Furstenberg is a businessman on the Board of Directors for IAC with Chelsea Clinton. The Borromeo, Agnelli, and Furstenberg families are all working together. The House of Borromeo held titles of lordship in Arona, Peschiera, Vogogna, Cannobio, and Romagnano Sesia which are all regions near the Swiss border. Don Vitaliano XI of Borromeo is the head of this family today along with Prince Carlo Ferdinand Borromeo, Prince Carlo Borromeo, Princess Beatrice Borromeo, Princess Matilde Borromeo, and Princess Lavinia Borromeo.