This year's publication was launched at the Lauren Perrier Champagne Bar at The Cube.
A rundown of the top 50 richest people in the Midlands.
The rise and rise of the super-rich in the West Midlands continued last year with property being the most popular route to mega-millions.
Our tighter geographical focus means we are concentrating on the area covered by our three local enterprise partnerships.
The highest profit in his firm’s 67 year history, one of its biggest ever single orders and a seat in the House of Lords – not a bad year for the chairman of digger-maker JCB.
The soaring worldwide growth of Lord Paul’s steel and engineering empire, the Caparo Group, has been enough to elevate the family’s worth to the £2 billion pound mark.
Randy Lerner became a popular figure when he put his money where his mouth is to invest in the Premier League club six years ago.
The Andrew Sykes Group, the Wolverhampton-based air conditioning and heating hire firm largely owned by Jacques Gaston Murray, is seeing big increases in revenue.
It's been another busy year for Ranjit and Baljinder Boparan Singh's 2 Sisters Food Group.
Healthy profits, growth and diversity resulted in Sir Peter Rigby’s Rigby Group picking up the 2013 Family Business of the Year award in the PwC-sponsored Private Business Awards.
It's been another good year for John Bloor's Bloor Holdings, thanks to the Government's incentives for house buyers which have boosted Bloor Homes.
Steve Morgan's house-building firm Redrow is seeing a big jump in performance.
Felix Dennis' award-winning publishing empire continues to expand and his news magazine, The Week, is growing worldwide.
Birmingham-born Kevin Cash began his business career selling frozen foods. Now he is one of the most influential figures in the London property market.
Profits at the Mackie family’s City Electrical Factors Holdings have been soaring.
Turnover at Kingswinford-based London & Cambridge Properties increased to £88.2 million in 2012-13, reflecting steady growth in recent years.
Tony Gallagher and his Warwick-based company got through the downturn better than many in the construction business and now he is reaping the rewards.
Lord Bob Edmiston’s Coleshill-based IM Properties has reported another strong year of profits.
Richardson’s is part of a development consortium which includes Carillion Developments and Arlington Real Estate.
Wolverhampton-based Jonathan Kendrick’s ROK Stars has acquired a stake in a major Bavarian brewery which can trace its roots back 700 years.