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|Source of Wealth||Aldi|
The company of Beate and Karl Albrecht Jr. branched out in some other parts of Europe, United Kingdom, United States, and Australia.
Beate Heister managed fifty percent of Aldi Sued, one of the largest discount supermarket chain in Germany.
The seniors of the Albrecht family developed their billion-dollar retail empire from just 13 little shops and the juniors reportedly kept their first Aldi store making sure it works on as a supermarket.
The family foundation of Albrecht, The Siepmann is believed to have investments in a coffee roasting firm, numerous real estate companies and a poultry farm, which are taken care by Beate Heister & Karl Albrecht Jr.
Golf & Country Club Öschberghof is located between the Black Forest and Swabian Alb.
Karl Albrecht Jr. is the co-owner of Aldi, which is a leading global discount supermarket chain having presence in 18 countries across world.
Albrecht family owns a golf course, the Öschberghof, built in 1976.
Beate Heister inherited half of Aldi Sued after his father died in July 2014.
Karl Albrecht Jr. the Son of Karl Albrecht Sr., founder and former Chairman of Aldi Sued; who worked in different positions at the company but withdrew from professional duties as was diagnosed with cancer which he has overcome.
Beate Heister has reportedly never served in an operational role of Aldi Sued.
They are the board members of a family foundation named Siepmann Foundation, which is identical with the maiden name of their grandmother Anna Albrecht.
The duo is believed to hold the 21st position amongst the riches of the world today.
Siepmann Foundation has it’s headquarter in Monte Sereno, California and has an annual income of $1.03 Million.