List of Pakistanis by net worth

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The following is a list of the richest Pakistanis and people of Pakistani origin, sorted by order of their declared or estimated net worth.

Rank Name Net Worth (USD) Residence Sources of income and wealth Industries
1 Shahid Khan $6.9 billion[1] Naples, FL Flex-N-Gate, Jacksonville Jaguars, Fulham F.C. Auto Parts, Sports team owner
2 Mian Muhammad Mansha $2.6 billion[2][3] Lahore Nishat Group, Emporium Mall MCB, Adamjee Group, Nishat Chiniot power Textiles, Banking, Energy, Transport
3 Asif Ali Zardari $1.8 billion[4] Dubai Business Agriculture, Industry, Real Estate, Businesses in Middle East, United Kingdom and United States
4 Sir Anwar Pervez, O.B.E. $1.67 billion London Bestway group, United Bank Limited Cement, Banking, Cash & Carry (wholesale)
5 Nawaz Sharif $1.4 billion Lahore Ittefaq Group Steel, Sugar, Agriculture
6 Saddaruddin Hashwani $1.1 billion Islamabad Marriott Hotels, Pearl Continental Hotel, Orient Petroleum Hotels & Resorts, Oil & Gas
7 Malik Riaz Hussain $1.1 billion Rawalpindi Bahria Town Real Estate
8 Nasir Schon $1 billion Dubai Schon Group Schon Properties Real Estate, Fertilizer
9 Chaudry Family $910 million Bahawalpur Chaudhry Group of Industries Industries Textiles, Steel Industries, Sugar Mill, Nestle Plants, Chemical Industries, Auto Car Wash Machinery Manufacturing Plants
10 Rafiq Habib $900 million Karachi House of Habib Habib Bank AG Zurich, Makro Pakistan Banking & Finance, Retail, Construction, Automobiles
11 Dewan Mushtaq $880 million Karachi Dewan Mushtaq Group, Dewan Salman Fibre, Dewan sugar mills, Dewan textile mills, Pakland Cement Automobiles, Textiles, Sugar, Polyester
12 Sultan Ali Lakhani $840 million Karachi Lakson Group Media, Food, Insurance, Solar Energy
13 Sheikh Abid Hussain alias Seth Abid $790 million Lahore Green Fort Real Estate
14 Mian Muhammad Latif $780 million Faisalabad ChenOne & Chenab Group Textiles, Fashion

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World's Billionaires (2016)". Forbes. 7 May 2015. Retrieved 7 May 2015. 
  2. ^ "The World's Billionaires (2010)". Forbes. 10 March 2010. Retrieved 4 June 2010. 
  3. ^ Elliot Wilson (7 October 2008). "Meet Mr Pakistan". EuroMoney. Retrieved 4 June 2010. 
  4. ^ Salik Malik (26 October 2008). "President Asif Ali Zardari 2nd most Richest man of Pakistan". Pakistan Daily. Archived from the original on 13 January 2012. Retrieved 4 June 2010. 

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