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The Sunday Times Rich List has been revealed for 2014.
Two Welsh billionaires have been included in this year's list, but who's on the list for Wales?
- 1 - Michael Moritz - worth £1.688 billion, up by £563m in the last year
- 2 - Sir Terry Matthews - £1.190 billion, up by £68m
- 3 - Douglas Perkins and family - £900m, up by £30m
- 4 - Simon Nixon - £810m, up by £77m
- 5 - David Sullivan - £750m, up by £350m
- 6 - Steve Morgan - £650m, up by £140m
- 7 - Henry Engelhardt and family - £575m, up by £27m
- 8 - Lord Heseltine and family - £278m, up by £14m
- 9 - Sir Stanley and Peter Thomas - £235m, up by £5m
- 10 - Malcolm Walker - £215m, no change
- 11 - Catherine Zeta-Jones- £195m, up by £10m
- 12 - Sir Phillip Naylor-Leyland - £170m
- 13 - David and Heather Stevens - £166m, up by £14m
- 14 - Sir Chris Evans - £160m, up by £10m
- 15 - Sir Tom Jones - £145m, no change
- 16 - Duncan Cameron - £132m, no change
- 17 - Dai and Richard Walters - £128m, down £7m
- 18 - Bernard Rees Smith - £126m, up £31m
- 19 - Sir George Meyrick - £120m, up £10m
Sir Michael Moritz has topped the list for the richest people in Wales, according to The Sunday Times Rich List 2014.
He's one of two Welsh billionaires included in this year's list, which is published tomorrow.
Raised in Cardiff but now an American citizen, Moritz is the leading partner at Sequoia Capital, an American venture capital firm. He has worked with companies like Google and LinkedIn.
He's worth an estimated £1,688 billion.
Sir Terry Matthews remains in second place on the Welsh Rich List and is the principality's only other billionaire, this year worth £1,190m, a gain of £68m in the past 12 months.