Faisal Hasnain, the former CFO of the International Cricket Council, has been named the next CEO of the PCB.
Former ICC Chief Financial Officer Faisal Hasnain. Has been named as the next Chief Executive of the Pakistan Cricket Board, succeeding Wasim Khan.
Hasnain, 62, will take over next month with 35 years of experience in high-profile finance and sports administration posts.
As a result, In January, Hasnain will take over as president. As the CFO of the International Cricket Council. Faisal also played cricket for Zimbabwe.
In a statement, PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja also stated. “Trusted for his expertise in corporate governance, financial management, and commercial acumen.”
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“Also, With the plans I have for the PCB. In achieving our commercial and financial goals of growing and strengthening Pakistan cricket.”
Hasnain, for one, stated that he intends to improve Pakistan cricket’s image and reputation.
“Importantly, Meeting the expectations and dreams of millions of passionate Pakistan cricket fans. And strengthening our existing commercial partners, the ICC, and other Cricket Boards. As well as developing new partnerships as we move forward,” he added.