Retailers have tumbled down this year’s The Sunday Times Rich List as turbulent market conditions take a toll on personal fortunes.
Ashley, who was dragged through a parliamentary inquiry last summer over alleged employment practices at Sports Direct’s Shirebrook warehouse, slipped nine places to 54.
He is now said to be worth £2.16bn, down £270m from last year.
Arcadia tycoon Green and his wife Tina dropped 12 places to 41. The Sunday Times said the couple’s collective fortune decreased £433m to £2.78bn.
South African retail mogul Christo Wiese, who rocketed into Rich List last year after acquiring New Look for £780m, fell two places to 24 this time around. However, his fortune increased £290m to £4.6bn.
Carphone Warehouse co-founder Si Charles Dunstone was among the biggest fallers in this year’s list, slumping 55 places to 137.
His personal worth is said to have been slashed by £354m over the past year to £946m.
The Range owner Chris Dawson and his wife Sarah slipped nine places to 67, despite their combined worth increasing £150m to £1.9bn.
Fellow discount store operators Simon, Bobby and Robin Arora, who founded B&M, dropped 10 places to 65, as their combined fortune remained flat at £1.9bn.
The Hut Group co-founder Matt Moulding was one of the few retail risers, rocketing almost 600 places to 345.
Moulding, who has a 23% stake in the business, is now said to be worth £345m, up £240m from 2016.
Asos founder Nick Robertson also climbed more than 300 places to 379, despite selling £70m of shares in the etailer to fund a divorce settlement.
Robertson still holds a 6.6% stake in the business, accounting for £283m of his £303m fortune.
Guy, George and Galen Weston and family, which owns Primark parent company Associated British Foods, were again the highest-ranked retailers on the list, although they fell three places to seventh after their estimated wealth dropped £500m to £10.5bn.
Brothers Sri and Gopi Hinduja, who invest in property, healthcare and oil and gas, topped the list with a combined fortune of £16.2bn – up £3.2bn from a year ago.