Image 1 of 11: The Al-Mubarak clan: Britain's flagship paper the Guardian newspaper reported that the wealth of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and his family stands between 40 and 70 billion U.S.dollars.
Image 1 of 11: Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's personal stake in the family figure: U.S. $15 billion, mostly acquired from commissions in questionable real estate deals in Cairo, and in Egyptian tourism investment.
Image 1 of 11: Suzanne Mubarak, wife of the Egyptian President: her own named wealth reputedly ranges between 3 and 5 billion U.S. dollars, mostly contained in U.S. banks.
Image 1 of 11: Gamal Mubarak, second son to the President under Pressure, also Assistant Secretary-General of the ruling National Democratic Party: he alone commands a fortune estimating 17 billion U.S. dollars, distributed over several banking institutions between Europe and America.
Image 1 of 11: Alaa Mubarak, the first born son of President Mubarak: The estimated value of the private holdings of Alaa Mubarak including funds inside and out of Egypt, cited at 8 billion U.S. dollars.
Image 1 of 11: Ahmed Ezz, Secretary of the previous National Democratic Party and the "Emperor of Iron" in Egypt: The investigating sources said that the wealth of Ezz exceeded 80 billion Egyptian pounds.
Image 1 of 11: Habib Al-Adli, the former Interior Minister: Uncertainty surrounds an exact figure, though investigtating sources have approximated a sum of 8 billion Egyptian pounds.
Image 1 of 11: Zuhair Garana, former minister for tourism: Even after he took office carrying the debts of 4 billion Egyptian pounds, he still managed to amass a fortune estimated at 8 billion pounds.
Image 1 of 11: Ahmed Al-Maghrabi, Former Minister of Housing: His present wealth has been estimated at 17 billion Egyptian pounds, topping up a healthy 4 billion pounds sum he brought to his post initially.
Image 1 of 11: Rachid Mohamed Rachid,The previous Minister of Commerce: Rachid's golden figure was billed by the Destour newspaper at 12 billion.
Image 1 of 11: Hatem Al-Jabaly, former MIinister for Health: commands the wealth of close to 12 billion Egyptian pounds.
The family's fortune is rumoured to be in the range of 40 to 70 billion U.S. dollars.
Britain's Guardian newspaper in concert wtih Middle East experts and state- led security investigations into allegations of corruption against the ruling National Demotratic Party, have popularized this figure after their report was published in the early days of the Egyptian Revolution.The report alleges that this wealth is distributed between accounts in British and Swiss banks, and real estate in Britain, the United States and Egypt.
The public furor that was already mounting in this climate of popular dissent, has been incensed further and fed by the timely publication of these reports of a giant scale of family and entourage- wealth. News of such obscene wealth on the scale of Gulf Oil magnates has only fuelled the movement of massive protests , which have spanned nearly a month.