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Pakistan This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Pakistan Constitution    Constitution Parliament Senate   Chairman     Farooq Naek National Assembly   Speaker     Fahmida Mirza    Deputy Speaker President    Asif Ali Zardari Federal government Prime Minister    Yousaf Raza Gillani Federal Cabinet Judiciary : Supreme Judicial Council Supreme Court    Chief Justice Federal Shariat Court    Chief Justices Islamabad High Court Provincial High Courts District Courts Political parties Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan Peoples Party Pakistan Muslim League (N) Pakistan Muslim League (Q) Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Awami National Party Minor parties Elections Election Commission Electoral College Presidential election, 2008 General election, 2008 Presidential election, 2007 Presidential election, 2004 Administrative units : Provincial governors Balochistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Punjab Sindh Capital Territory Tribal areas Azad Kashmir Gilgit-Baltistan Local government : Districts Tehsils Union councils Foreign relations Indo-Pakistani relations Kashmir conflict Embassies Other countries · Atlas Politics portal view · talk · edit The Finance Minister of Pakistan heads the Ministry of Finance and serves in the Prime Minister's cabinet. The Minister is required to be a member of the Parliament. The current finance minister is Abdul Hafeez Shaikh. Shaikh has served since March 18, 2010 and was Senator with the PML-Q prior to this appointment; also a former World Bank executive, he is noncontroversial and highly regarded in the international financial agencies.[1] Contents 1 List of Finance Ministers of Pakistan 2 References 3 See also 4 External links List of Finance Ministers of Pakistan Name of Finance Minister Entered Office Left Office Ghulam Muhammad August 15, 1947 October 19, 1951 Chaudhry Muhammad Ali October 24, 1951 August 11, 1955 Syed Amjad Ali October 17, 1955 October 7, 1958 Muhammad Shoaib November 15, 1958 June 8, 1962 Abdul Qadir[disambiguation needed] June 9, 1962 December 15, 1962 Muhammad Shoaib December 15, 1962 August 25, 1966 N M Uqaili August 25, 1966 March 25, 1969 Vice Admiral Syed Mohammad Ahsan April 5, 1969 August 3, 1969 Nawab Muzaffar Ali Khan Qizilbash August 4, 1969 February 22, 1971 Mubashar Hassan December 24, 1971 October 22, 1974 Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan October 22, 1974 March 28, 1977 Abdul Hafiz Pirzada March 30, 1977 July 5, 1977 Ghulam Ishaq Khan July 5, 1977 March 21, 1985 Mahbub ul Haq April 10, 1985 January 28, 1986 Mian Yasin Khan Wattoo January 28, 1986 May 29, 1988 Mahbub ul Haq (caretaker) June 9, 1988 December 1, 1988 Benazir Bhutto December 4, 1988 August 6, 1990 Sartaj Aziz (caretaker till 6 Nov 1990) August 6, 1990 July 18, 1993 Syed Babar Ali (caretaker) July 23, 1993 October 19, 1993 Benazir Bhutto January 26, 1994 October 10, 1996 Naveed Qamar October 10, 1996 November 5, 1996 Shahid Javed Burki (caretaker) November 11, 1996 February 17, 1997 Sartaj Aziz February 25, 1997 August 6, 1998 Ishaq Dar November 6, 1998 October 12, 1999 Shaukat Aziz November 6, 1999 November 15, 2007 Salman Shah (caretaker) November 16, 2007 March 25, 2008 Ishaq Dar March 31, 2008 May 12, 2008 Naveed Qamar May 12, 2008 October 8, 2008 Shaukat Tareen October 8, 2008 February 22, 2010 No appointment February 22, 2010 March, 18, 2010 Interim Abdul Hafeez Shaikh March, 18, 2010 Incumbent References ^ Hussain, Zahid (18 March 2010). "Pakistan Names Former World Bank Executive as Finance Chief". Wall Street Journal. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703523204575129512245386410.html?mod=googlenews_wsj. Retrieved 18 March 2010.  See also Government of Pakistan portal Constitution of Pakistan Defence Minister of Pakistan Foreign Minister of Pakistan Interior Minister of Pakistan President of Pakistan Prime Minister of Pakistan External links Ministry of Finance, Government of Pakistan About the Minister of Finance Parliamentary Cabinet of Pakistan v · d · eEconomy of Pakistan Banking and finance Banking (List of banks) • Pakistan Remittance Initiative Communications Currency • Mailing (Postal codes • Postage stamps) • Telecommunications (Dialing codes • ISPs • MNOs • Telephone numbers) • Trade unions Transportation Airlines • Airports • Bridges • Railways • Railway stations • Ports • Vehicle plates Industry Agriculture • Arms • Automobile • Fishery • Forestry • Labour force (Child labour) • Livestock • Mining • Media • Pensions • Pharmaceuticals • Silk • Tourism • Water resources management Infrastructure Buildings • Education (Schools • Universities) • Healthcare (AIDS • Hospitals) • Low cost housing • Poverty • Science and technology • Water supply and sanitation (Dams) Energy Electricity • Fuel extraction • Nuclear power • Policy • Power companies • Power stations • Renewable energy (Solar power • Wind power) Taxation Federal Board of Revenue • Tax on cash withdrawal Institutions Companies • Islamabad / Karachi / Lahore stock exchanges • Ministry of Commerce (Ministers) • Ministry of Finance (Ministers) • National Bank of Pakistan • Planning Commission • Research institutes • Securities and Exchange Commission • State Bank of Pakistan (Governors) See also Economy by region Azad Kashmir • Balochistan • Gilgit-Baltistan • Islamabad • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa • Punjab (Faisalabad • Lahore) • Sindh (Karachi) Related topics Economic history • Foreign aid • Foreign trade • Glossary • International ranking • Sister cities • Provinces by GDP • Pakistanis by net worth • Standard of living Category