Top 10 Richest Man in Pakistan 2017

You may think Nawaz Sharif, Malik Riaz Hussain and Asif Ali Zardari are the richest man in Pakistan. But unfortunately, their net worth can’t beat Shahid Khan net worth. Shahid Khan is the richest person in Pakistan 2017, He was born and brought up in Pakistan but living in America.
Here is the list of top 10 richest man in Pakistan 2017 as per Wikipedia record.

10. Rafiq Habib [$0.9 Billion]


Rafiq Habib is from Karachi, his net worth is $0.9 billion. He is the owner of Habib Bank AG Zurich, House of Habib and Makro Pakistan. He owns industries of banking finance, Construction, Retail and Automobiles.

9. Nasir Schon [$1 Billion]


Nasir Schon is from Sialkot, but living in Dubai. His net worth is $1 Billion. His source of income is real estate development, he is CEO of Schon Group and Schon Properties.
Currently, Schon group is managed by his sons, Khizer Schon and Asher Schon. They look after their Dubai Head Quater affairs. Now, they launched Schon Venturies, which has invested in Transportation, Fitness, Technology and Real Estate. He is richest Pakistan in UAE.

8. Malik Riaz Hussain [$1.1 Billion]


Malik Riaz Hussain born in Sialkot. Malik Riaz net worth is $1.1 billion. He is a real estate businessman, founder and chairman of Bahria Town. Malik Riaz Hussain currently at 8th position in the top ten most richest person in Pakistan 2017.

7. Saddaruddin Hashwani [$1.1 billion]


Saddaruddin Hashwani born in Karachi. his net worth is $1.1 billion. His business is Hotels & Resorts, Oil & Gas. He is founder and chairman of Hashoo Group, Pearl Continental Hotel, Marriott Hotels and Orient Petroleum.

6. Zameer Mohammed Choudrey [$1.2 Billion]


Zameer Mohammed Choudrey is a Pakistani-British businessman, CEO of Bestway(cash & carry wholesale serving). Bestway is founded by his uncle, Sir Anwar Pervez. Choudrey’s net worth is $1.2 billion. Its 5th largest family owned business in the United Kingdom.

5. Nawaz Sharif [$1.4 Billion]


Nawaz Sharif is a Politician, who is the current prime minister of Pakistan. He born in Lahore and studied law at the university of Punjab. Later it was reported that the decision was fixed for Sharif by the Pakistani insight through diverting a huge number of rupees into his election campaign. It ought to be noticed that Sharif has an inexact total asset of 20.55 billion USD, starting at 2017. He owns Ramzan Sugar Mills, Sharif Agri Farm, Sharif Poultry Farms, Sharif Dairy Farm, Sharif Feed Mills, Ramzan Sugarcane Development Farm, Ramzan Transport and Hamza board.

4. Asif Ali Zardari [1.8 Billion]


Asif Ali Zardari is a Pakistani politician and chairperson of Pakistan People’s Party(PPP). He born in Karachi, Sindh. His source of income is Real Estate and Agro-based industries. His net worth is $1.8 billion.

3. Mian Muhammad Mansha [$2.6 Billion]


Mian Muhammad Mansha is the highest tax paying an individual in Pakistan. He born in Lahore to a wealthy Punjabi Chinioti family. He is the CEO of MCB Bank & Nishat Group. His net worth is $2.6 billion. Mian Muhammad Mansha is 3rd richist man in the pakistan.

2. Sir Anwar Pervez [$3.8 Billion]


Sir Mohammed Anwar Pervez is a Pakistani-British businessman. He is the chairman and founder of Bestway. His net worth is $3.8 billion, which makes him the richest Pakistani businessman in the United Kingdom. Sir Anwar Pervez is the 2nd richest person in Pakistan.

1. Shahid Khan [8.6 billion] Richest Man in Pakistan


Shahid Khan is a Pakistani-American billionaire businessman. Shahid Khan is the owner of the English Football League Championship team Fulham F.C,  the National Football League (NFL), Jacksonville Jaguars and automobile parts manufacturer company Flex-N-Gate. shahid Khan net worth is 8.6 billion, which makes him Pakistan richest man 2017.

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