Family behind BMW tops Germany’s rich list

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The Quandt family, shareholders of carmaker BMW, have overtaken the founders of discount supermarket chains Aldi and Lidl as Germany’s wealthiest family, weekly Manager Magazin says.

The personal fortune of Johanna Quandt, widow of the late industrialist Herbert Quandt, and her two children Stefan Quandt and Susanne Klatten, amounts to a combined 31 billion euros ($A46.50 billion), the magazine calculated, placing them at the top of its annual 500 rich-list.

The Quandts have therefore displaced the owners and founders of the discount supermarket empire, Aldi, the magazine said on Tuesday.

Aldi is divided into two parts, Aldi Nord and Aldi Sued, and the owners of the latter, the Albrecht and Heister families, have a combined fortune of 18.3 billion euros, while the owners of Aldi Nord, the descendants of Theo Albrecht, have 16.5 billion euros.

Co-founder Karl Albrecht died at the age of 94 in July, four years after…

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