Scotland's richest individuals and families have been revealed for 2020.

The Sunday Times Rich List, published yesterday, revealed 82 of Britain's wealthiest 1000 people are either born, based or have their wealth tied up north of the border.

We've detailed out the top 20 from that list, which includes 12 billionaires and some very recognisable faces. 

Those billionaires alone are worth almost £22bn, with Scotland's overall total in the list reaching £39.5bn.

The methodology behind the list can be found here.

Here are Scotland's top 20 richest people:

1. Anders Povlsen, £4.730bn

Anders Povlsen, from Denmark, is a new entry onto the Rich List.

Scotland's largest landowner, Povlsen is the CEO and owner of fashion chain 'Bestseller', which includes Jack & Jones. 

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He is also the largest shareholder in online retailer ASOS.

He owns around 221,000 acres in Scotland, including the Glenfeshie estate in Kingussie.

2. Glenn Gordon and family, £3.186bn

Glenn Gordon is the chairman of drinks distillery firm William Grant & Sons.

Based in Dufftown, Moray, their brands include Glenfiddich whisky and Hendrick's Gin.

3. Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw and John Shaw, £1.800bn

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw is the managing director of Biocon, an Indian biophramacuetical company.

She is married to Glasgow man John Shaw, who helps run the empire as vice-chairman of the business.

Troon Times: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

They have moved up on their rankings by one on last year, amassing an additional £119m, according to the Rich List.

4. Sir Ian Wood and family, £1.700bn

Sir Iain Wood graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 1964.

He runs the North Sea oil firm Wood Group and JW Holdings fishing operation. He and his family have also set up The Wood Foundation.

Their fortunes are reportedly down £63m in the last year.

5. Mohamed Al Fayed and family, £1.675bn

The Egyptian businessman is the former owner of Harrods Department Store and Fulham FC.

He has invested millions in his Highlands estate, the Balnagown Estate, in Easter Ross - which is spread over 65,000 acres.

He is the current owner of the Hotel Ritz in Paris, and 75 Rockefeller Plaza in New York.

6. Mahdi al-Tajir, £1.669bn

Mahdi al-Tajir owns the Highland Spring bottled water company.

He also has a 15,000 acre estate, the Blackwood Estate, in Perthshire.

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He has amassed an additional £9m from last year's list.

7. The Thomson family, £1.407bn

The Thomson family own the media organisation DC Thomson.

Their notable titles include The Beano, The Dandy, The Broons, Oour Wullie and the Dundee Courier.

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DC Thomson also now owns the Aberdeen Journals Group, which publishes the Press and Journal.

8. Trond Mohn and Marit Mohn Westlake and Family, £1.325bn

Trond Mohn was born in Buckie. He is the CEO of Frank Mohn AS, a supplier of submerged cargo pumps to the tanker marker.

The Norwegian has made numerous donations for sports, medicine and research, primarily in Bergen - the second largest city in Norway.

He is widely admired in Bergen for his generosity and in 2010 was voted as "the Best Bergenser".

9. Philip Day, £1.140bn

Philip Day is the CEO of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group, which owns Peacocks, Jaeger, Jane Norman and Austin Reed.

The fashion tycoon also owns a wildlife sanctuary, the Scottish Deer Centre.

10. Lady Philomena Clark and family, £1.131bn

The wife and family of late Arnold Clark, who died in April 2017.

Arnold Clark ran a number of motor dealerships across Scotland, after setting up his first site in Glasgow in 1954.

Troon Times: The late Sir Arnold ClarkThe late Sir Arnold Clark

Their value is down £47m on last year's listings.

11. Jim Mellon, £1.050bn

Jim Mellon, 63, was born in Edinburgh and educated at the University of Oxford.

He was a leading financial backer of Prime Minister David Cameron in 2009, and donated up to £100,000 towards the Leave campaigns during the Brexit referendum.

12. Jim McColl, £1bn

Jim McColl is known for his engineering firm Clyde Blowers.

Awarded an OBE in 2001, Carmunnock-man McColl now lives in Monaco.

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A Rangers fan, McColl has previously hinted at potential takeovers at the Ibrox club.

13. Joanne Rowling, £795m

The Harry Potter author, also known as J.K Rowling, lives in the Killiechassie Estate in Perth and Kinross.

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And The Elephant House cafe in Edinburgh is the self-proclaimed "birthplace of Harry Potter", where Rowling first penned the books.

14. Lord Laidlaw, £787m

Lord Laidlaw is a Tory Peer from Keith and the son of a Banffshire mill owner.

He is one of the largest backers of the Conservative Party, and in November 2007 gave a donation of £2.9m to the party.

15. Sir Brian Souter and Dame Ann Gloag, £730m

The siblings from Perth founded bus firm Stagecoach back in 1980.

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They also founded the Megabus company, and in the past have financially supported the SNP. 

16. Ian Taylor, £700m

Ian Taylor rescued the clothing brand Harris Tweed from the brink of collapse in 2005.

In the past he has donated to the Better Together and Remain campaigns.

17. Sir Tom Hunter, £625m

Sir Tom Hunter, from New Cumnock, has seen his fortunes rise by £18m in the last year.

He sold his firm Sports Division for £290m in 1998 and has since invested in other retailers and property firms.

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His foundation, the Hunter Foundation, saw Barack Obama visit Scotland in 2017 for a charity dinner.

18. The Duke of Sutherland, £585m

The Duke of Sutherland lives in Mertoun House in the Borders.

The current Duke is Francis Egarton.

19. Rick Smith and family, £538m

Rick Smith has grown his firm into one of Melbourne's biggest food distributors.

He made his wealth in Australia after emigrating from Scotland in 1959.

20. Alastair Salvesen and family, £472m

Alastair Salvesen has shares in the Glasgow plant hire and power generation group Aggreko.

He was awarded a CBE in 2011.