DUBAI, (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia embarked on an anti-corruption purge on Sunday involving the arrest of royals, ministers and investors including billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal, one of the kingdom's most prominent businessmen.

Eleven princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers were detained, two senior officials told Reuters.

Prince Alwaleed is a nephew of the king and owner of investment firm Kingdom Holding Co.

The following is a list of entities in which he has holdings either through personal investment or via Kingdom Holding:

Financial Services

  • Banque Saudi Fransi: 16.19 percent
  • - Citigroup, *ownership percentage not known


  • Apple Inc, 5 percent
  • Careem
  • Lyft
  • Motorola Solutions Inc
  • Twitter Inc: 4.9 percent Consumer and retail
  • EBay Inc
  • Fashion Village Trading Company
  • Jingdong ( 2.2 percent
  • Saks Incorporated
  • Savola Group Company


  • Time Warner Inc
  •  Twenty-First Century Fox Inc: 4.98 percent
  • News Corp: Prince Alwaleed previously held a small stake, according to government filings. A News Corp spokesman said the company was unaware of any current holdings


  • Euro Disney


  • National Industrialisation Company: 6.23 percent


  • Parent company of Flynas: 34.08 percent


  • Kingdom Schools


  • Medical Services Projects Company

Private equity

  • Kingdom Africa Management

Hotel Real Estate

  • Four Seasons, George V Hotel, Paris
  • The Plaza, New York
  • Savoy Hotel, London

Hotel Management Companies

  • Fairmont Raffles Holding International
  • Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • IFA Hotels and Resorts Co
  • Kingdom Hotel Investments
  • M?venpick Hotels and Resorts

Real Estate

  • Ballast Nedam
  • Canary Wharf (Songbird Estates)
  • Jeddah Economic Company
  • Kingdom Centre
  • Kingdom City
  • Kingdom Riyadh Land

Source: Kingdom Holding website, Tadawul website, Reuters, Securities and Exchange Commission filings

(Reporting by Dubai Newsroom and Chris Prentice in New York; Editing by Lisa Shumaker and Peter Cooney)

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