List of Pakistanis by net worth

The following is a list of the Pakistani people sorted by order of their declared or estimated wealth in U.S. dollars.

Pakistanis by net worth

Rank Name Net worth (USD) As of Source(s) of wealth Ref(s)
1 Shahid Khan $8.5 billion 2020 Jacksonville Jaguars, Fulham F.C., Flex-N-Gate, LLC, Toronto Four Seasons, All Elite Wrestling [1]
2 Anwar Pervez $4.6 billion 2020 Bestway Group, United Bank Limited [1]
3 Mian Muhammad Mansha $3.7 billion 2019 Nishat Group, Nishat hotels, Nishat Kia Motors Plant in Faisalabad, MCB Bank, DG Khan Cement, Owner of Emporium Mall, Adamjee Group, Nishat Chunian Group Textile mills [2]
4 Sadruddin Hashwani $3.4 billion 2020 Hashoo Group, PC Hotels and Marriot Hotels, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceutical [1]
5 Asif Ali Zardari $1.8 billion 2020 Agriculture, Sugar mills
6 Malik Riaz $1.5 billion 2020 Bahria Town [1]
7 Nawaz Sharif $1.4 billion 2020 Sharif Group, Ittefaq Group, Real Estate [3]
8 M. Habibullah Khan $1.25 billion 2018 Hub Power Company, Pioneer Cement, Habib Dairy Company, DP Pakistan Terminal [4]
9 Syed Nasir Hussain Schon $1 billion 2020 Schön Properties
10 Mohammad Zahoor $1 billion 2015 ISTIL Group, Kyiv Post [5][6]
11 Rafiq M. Habib $950 million 2020 House of Habib [3]
12 Tariq Sayeed Saigol $900 million 2020 Saigol Group [3]
13 Dewan Yousuf Farooqui $800 million 2015 Yousuf Dewan Companies [7]
14 Sultan Ali Lakhani $800 million 2015 Lakson Group, McDonald's Pakistan, Pizza Hut Pakistan, Express News [8]
15 Seth Abid Hussain $780 million 2014 Green Fort
Hamza Foundation
[9]
16 Mian Muhammad Latif $700 million 2014 Chenab Group [10]
17 Haji Abdul Ghafoor $490 million 2008 Sitara Group
Sitara Chemicals. Sitara Energy, Sitara Textiles.
[11]
18 Sheikhani Family $470 million 2015 Real Estate [11]
19 Byram D. Avari $370 million 2008 Avari Hotels [11]
20 Hussain Dawood $370 million 2008 Dawood Hercules Corporation Limited [12]
21 Abdul Razak Dawood $370 million 2008 Descon [11]
22 Ghulam Faruque Khan $370 million 2015 Cherat cement Ltd, Cherat Papersack Ltd, Cherat Electric Ltd, Mirpurkhas Sugar Mills Ltd, Greeves Air Conditioning and Greeves Engineering Services [11]
23 Rafiq Rangoonwala $360 million 2008 Cupola Group of Companies [11]
24 Mukhtar Ahmed $350 million 2015 Owner of Ibrahim Group, Majority Shareholder of Allied bank, Polyester Fiber and Energy [11]
25 Aqeel Karim Dhedhi $340 million 2008 AKD Group [11]
26 Syed Babar Ali $330 million 2008 Packages Limited [11]
27 Anwar Saifullah Khan $330 million 2015 Saif Group [12]
28 Ashar Aziz $287 million 2019 FireEye [13]
29 Jahangir Siddiqui $220 million 2008 Jahangir Siddiqui & Co. [12]
30 Noor Alam Khan $220 million 2013 Properties, gold mines, real estate and agricultural land. [14]
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References

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  2. ^ "Mian Mohammad Mansha". wealthx. 21 May 2019. Retrieved 21 May 2019.
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  4. ^ Kharal, Asad. "NAB asked to probe Habibullah link with QICT / DP World in parking billions of rupees black money".
  5. ^ "The Pakistani press prince of Kiev". 10 September 2015. It’s Zahoor, Ukraine’s richest expat, a “minigarch” worth about $1 billion (some say), and the owner of the Kyiv Post.
  6. ^ "Richest Expats: Mohammad Zahoor - Oct. 08, 2010". 8 October 2010. If anyone knows of another expatriate worth between $500 million and $1 billion, the estimated size of Zahoor’s fortune, please let us know and we will set the record straight.
  7. ^ "23 of the Richest People in Pakistan". 23 August 2015.
  8. ^ "23 of the Richest People in Pakistan". 23 August 2015.
  9. ^ "Top-15 Richest Pakistanis".
  10. ^ "Top-15 Richest Pakistanis".
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Pakistans Rich List of 2008". teeth.com.pk. 8 December 2007. Retrieved 7 August 2017.
  12. ^ a b c "People who own greatest amount of wealth". DAWN. 9 December 2007. Retrieved 7 August 2017.
  13. ^ "Ashar Aziz Net Worth (2019) – wallmine.com". wallmine.com.
  14. ^ "Ex-MNA Noor Alam richest with Rs32 billion assets". The Nation. 29 March 2013. Retrieved 7 August 2017.
  15. ^ Drake, Matthew; Yaqoob, Janine (13 February 2016). "Dragons' Den entrepreneur James Caan splits with wife after 32 year marriage". The Mirror. Retrieved 8 July 2017.

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