Lahore : The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has appointed Faisal Hasnain as its new chief executive. He will formally assume charge in January, 2022.
The PCB extended on Twitter its congratulations to Hasnain shortly after issuing a statement for his appointment.
The 62-year-old, who is a UK-qualified chartered accountant (England and Wales), has spent over 35 years in high-profile finance and sports administration roles with some of the world’s leading blue chip organisations, including serving as the chief financial officer of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and managing director of Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) in Monaco and Dubai, according to the PCB. PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said he is delighted to confirm the appointment of Hasnain as the PCB’s chief executive and welcomed him to the Pakistan cricket family.
“Faisal is a familiar figure in [the] world [of] cricket and is highly regarded, respected and trusted for his excellence in corporate governance, financial management and commercial acumen. With the plans I have for the PCB, Faisal will be a perfect fit as he can utilise his vast experience and knowledge to help us achieve our commercial and financial objectives of making Pakistan cricket bigger and stronger,” Raja said.