Top 10 Richest Man in Pakistan 2020

Top 10 Richest Man in Pakistan 2020

There may not be many Pakistanis among the world’s richest people, but there are still many Pakistanis who have created billions of dollars worth of wealth. Most of all, Pakistan is included in the poorest countries in the world. However, there are still some rich personalities in Pakistan. Here is the Top 10 Richest Man in Pakistan 2020 list.

Top 10 Richest Man in Pakistan 2020

1. Shahid Khan

Shahid Khan is a Pakistani-American billionaire businessman. As of October 2019, Khan has a net worth of $ 7.9 billion. He ranks 61st on the Forbes 400 list of the richest Americans and is the 224th richest person in the world overall. He is also the richest man in Pakistan. Raised in 1950, Khan belonged to a middle-class family in Lahore and moved to the United States for higher education in 1967. His first job was at a local restaurant, washing dishes that cost more than an hour.

Net Worth: $8.5 billion
Source of Income: Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL), All Elite Wrestling, Fulham F.C. (FLC), Flex-N-Gate, LLC, Toronto Four Seasons

2. Anwar Pervez

Sir Muhammad Anwar Pervez is the founder and chairman of Bestway. According to the Sunday Times’ Rich List UK, Anwar Parvez’s total worth in 2019 is $ 3.534 billion (US $ 4.6 billion). Which makes him the richest British citizen born in Pakistan in the UK.

Net Worth: $3.8 billion
Source of Income: Bestway Group, United Bank Limited, Cash & Carry (wholesale)

3. Mian Muhammad Mansha

Pakistani businessman and billionaire, Mian Muhammad Mansha is the founder and CEO of Nishat Group, an international organization based in Lahore. Manasha is the highest taxpayer in Pakistan.
In the 1930s, Manasha’s family emigrated from Punjab to Bengal. After the partition of British India in 1947, the family returned to Punjab, Pakistan. He is currently known as the most powerful figure in Pakistan and is among the 937th richest person in the world.

Net Worth: $3.7 billion (₨520 billion)
Source of Income: Nishat Group, Nishat hotels, Nishat Kia Motors Plant in Faisalabad, MCB Bank, DG Khan Cement, Owner of Emporium Mall, Textile mills

4. Asif Ali Zardari

Former 11th President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari, is a Pakistani politician and businessman who is the president of Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians. His assets are $ 100 million, it has 8 major properties in the UK, it has a multi-million dollar mansion in the United States, a huge stake in sugar mills all over Pakistan. After the murder of his wife, Benazir Bhutto, who served as Pakistan’s prime minister in the 1990s, Zardari became president of the country.

Net Worth: $1.8 billion
Source of Income: Agriculture and Real Estate

5. Nawaz Sharif

Pakistani businessman and former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is the President of PMLN. He owns the Ittefaq Group, the Sharif Group and the Alliance Group, which are known as the most well-known steel goods. But Sharif also invests in the food, sugar and transport industries. Its total value is up to $ 1.4 billion. This estimate does not include any declared properties, especially in England, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States.

Net Worth: $1.4 billion
Source of Income: Sharif Group, Ittefaq Group, Real Estate

6. Sadruddin Hashwani

Sadruddin Hashwani is Is a Pakistani business magnate, billionaire and author. He is the founder and chairman of the Hushu Group, which is jointly known for Pearl Continental Hotels & Resorts. He was born in Karachi, British India in the Gujarati Khoja Shia family. Mr. Sadruddin Hashwani started trading in cotton in 1960 and today his industrial group is one of the largest portfolio groups in the country.

Net Worth: $1.1 billion (₨155 billion)
Source of Income: Hashoo Group, Pearl-Continental (PC) Hotels & Resorts and Marriot Hotels, Oil and Gas, Pharmaceutical

7. Nasir Schon

The owner and CEO of Shaun Group, Nasir Sukon, is one of the richest people in Pakistan. Founded in 1971, the company has an enormous success when it launched UAE real estate projects. Plus he is the first Pakistani to own a Rolls-Royce.

Net Worth: $1 billion
Source of Income: Schon Properties

8. Malik Riaz

Malik Riaz is a Pakistani business tycoon who is the founder of Bahria Town, Asia’s largest private real estate development company. He was born in Sialkot in the ‘Awan’ family. Raiz began his career as a clerk with a construction company in Rawalpindi. Malik Riaz signs agreement with Pak Navy Charity Trust, known as the Bahria Foundation, to establish a prominent community known as Bahria City.

Net Worth: $1 billion
Source of Income: Bahria Town

9. Rafique. M .Habib

Rafique. M .Habib is the most famous Pakistani businessmen. Business Group owns several companies such as Habib Bank Limited, Habib Metro, Habib University, Indus Motors Company, and many more. He is Pakistan’s 9th richest man with a total value of 0.95 billion.

Net Worth: $0.95 billion
Source of Income: Habib Bank Limited, Habib Metro, Habib University, Indus Motors Company 

10. Tariq Saigol

Tariq Saigol, The owner of the Kohinoor Maple Company, Saigol Engine, and Sageel Engine, Pakistan’s richest. Ranked 10th on the list of $ 0.9 billion businessmen

Net Worth: $0.9 billion
Source of Income: Saigol Group, Saigol Motors, Sajeel Motors, Kohinoor Textile Mills, Pak Electron Limited

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