Heineken's biggest shareholder Charlene de Carvalho, daughter of Alfred Heineken, and her banker husband Michael are rated Number 11 in The Sunday Times Rich List 2006 with a £2,600m fortune. The London-based family owns only a quarter of Heineken shares, but because of a complex voting structure has control of the company. The Earl of Iveagh and the Guinness Family, which still own a £255m stake in Diageo, are worth £760m, which puts them in 74th position. The Grant and Gordon family of whisky producers are in joint 81st place with £725m Other trade entries include: 129th: Richard Caring, £500m. He spent £21m on The Ivy and other restaurants in Caprice Holdings before buying almost 30 Strado and Belgo restaurants. 156th=: Marlon Abela, £400m. Built up the Marlon Abela Restaurant Corporation. 156th=: Vivian Imerman, £400m. Took control of Whyte & Mackay with brother-in-law of Robert Tchenguiz. 238th: Michael Cannon, £250m. Took over Eldridge Pope for £42.3m last year and revitalised Fuddruckers hamburger chain in America. 254th: Hugh Osmond, £245m. After taking over Pizza Express, he went on to become one of Britain's biggest pub landlords. 285th: Robert Earl, £210m. Took over the bankrupt Aladdin casino for £310m in 2003, and now hoping the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino will take Las Vegas by storm. 341st: Peter Shalson, £174m. His Pubfolio company spent £162.5 in 2004 buying 545 pubs and now has more than 800. 455th: Tim Martin, £123m. Has a stake worth nearly £116m in Wetherspoon, plus other assets. 507th: Michael Herbert and family, £112m. His Belfast-based Herbel Restaurants holds Europe's largest Kentucky Fried Chicken franchise. 511th: David McMullen and family, £110m. He remains on the Hertfordshire brewer's board despite retiring as chairman. 554th=: Luke Johnson, £100m. Concentrating on greyhound tracks after selling his Signature restaurant chain. 554th=: The Macdonald family, £110m. Sold their 52% stake in Glenmorangie in 2004 for around £100m. 680th=: Esmond Bulmer and family, £85m. The Herefordshire cider company has been in the family for 116 years. 680th=: Adam and Samuel Kaye, £85m. Sold their Ask Central pizzerias to Pizza Express. Their father Phillip, who sold the Garfunkel's chain in 1987, has taken control of Prezzo, another pizza operator. 680th=: Manubhai Madhvani, £85m. Rebuilt sugar and brewing interests in Uganda after being expelled by Idi Amin. 762nd=: Sir Terence Conran, £76m. Conran Holdings includes 30 restaurants. 798th=: John Young, £74m. Chairman of the London brewer. 817th=: Jonathan Wild and family, £70m. Run the Bettys and Taylors tearooms in Yorkshire. Company policy is that none will ever open outside the White Rose county. Chef Jamie Oliver, 30, is Number 15 in a List of the 100 Richest Young People with a £25m fortune Jonathan Kaye, 27, who runs the Prezzo chain of restaurants, is Number 31 in the same list with £18m. The Sunday Times 23/04/06 (The Rich List supplement)