Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the World’s Richest Arab, listens to a question during a press conference during a press conference after meeting with Costa Rican President Oscar Arias on 13 August 2007 at the presidential house in San Jose. The Saudi prince was on a tour along Central American countries.
Sulaiman bin Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi, is one of the four brothers behind the Rajhi family who own Rajhi bank in Saudi Arabia. The family are featured at no. 2 in the list of the World’s Richest Arabs.
(L-R) Ayman, Saad, Fahd, and Ouday al-Hariri, sons of the slain Premier Rafik al-Hariri stand at a polling station in Beirut.
Nasser Al Kharafi, charmain of Al Kharafi and Sons in Kuwait, is no. 4 in the list of the World’s Richest Arabs.
Maan al-Sanea, head of the Saad Group in Saudi Arabia, is no. 5 in the list of the World’s Richest Arabs.
Mohammad Amoudi, head of the Corral Group and the Midroc Group, is no. 6 in the World’s Richest Arabs.
The Bin Ladin family, pictured here on a holiday to Sweden in 1971, are no. 7 in the list of the World’s Richest Arabs.
Abdulaziz al-Ghurair, chairman of the Mashreq Group in the UAE, is no. 8 on the list of the World’s Richest Arabs. Here he is seen here in February 2007 attending the inauguration of the Federal National Counci; in the UAE, where he has the role as the main speaker.
The Olayan Group, which managed the investments of the Olayan family, is run by Khaled Olayan. The Olayan family as a whole is listed at no. 9 in the list of the World’s Richest Arabs.
Naguib Sawiris, head of the Orascom Telecom Group in Egypt, is a senior member of the Sawiris family, who are listed at no. 10 in the list of the World's Richest Arabs. Naguib Sawiris is seen here pictured at the World Economic Forum (WEF) on the Middle East held in the resort town of Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt 22 May 2006.