This year's Sunday Times Rich List revealed mixed fortunes over the past year for the asset and wealth management sector’s wealthiest names.
Leonie Schroder, who replaced her father Bruno as a director of their namesake business last year, and her family maintained their current ranking of 35th in the list of 1,000 wealthiest people in the UK, with losses of £42m taking total wealth down to just under £4bn.
Hargreaves Lansdown founder Peter Hargreaves saw the greatest overall decline among the sector, losing £646m since last year and falling ten spots to 58th with a fortune of £2.4bn.
Falling from 83rd to 105th place, his former partner Steve Lansdown saw a larger relative decline of £370m to £1.35bn.
Similarly, CEO of Ashmore Group Mark Coombs remained in 100th place with a £88m loss, bringing his fortune to £1.4bn.
Meanwhile, Terry Smith fell slightly in the rankings to 436th, despite no change to his £300m fortune, as Stonehage Fleming chairman Adam Fleming rose to 94th from 99th despite no change to his £1.5bn total wealth.
Rising ten places to 357th, AJ Bell founder Andy Bell's wealth grew by £8m to £368m over the course of the year.
With £120m of personal wealth, Adelphi Capital founder Roderick Jack was a notable new entrant to this year's list in 982nd place.
With the exception of founder and CEO of Winton Group David Harding, whose personal wealth is £120m lower this year, most of the UK's major hedge fund managers made money this year.
The largest riser was co-founder and managing director of BlueCrest Capital Management Michael Platt, whose personal wealth grew by £1.2bn over the course of the year to £4.9bn, with his ranking rising from 38th to 24th.