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PCB announces Javed Murtaza as the new Chief Financial Officer

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has appointed Javed Murtaza as their new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on Thursday. He will be assuming charge from 3rd August.

The Board of Governors approved the appointment of the new CFO via a circular resolution on Thursday.
Murtaza is a Lahore-based fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Pakistan, in England and Wales. He holds a Master’s degree in Business Management and is also a Certified Public Accountant from Virginia State Board of Accountancy, USA.

“With nearly 30 years of work experience, Javed is a seasoned finance professional with hands-on experience in all aspects of commercial operations, financial planning and analysis, corporate finance, financial and managerial accounting, internal and external audits, international taxation and ERP implementation”, PCB cited in their press release.

Murtaza is an accomplished financial planner as he has served as head of Financial Planning and Analysis of six countries for one of the fortune-five-hundred European multinational companies operating in Pakistan before his current appointment. He has also worked for the audit, tax and advisory services firm, KMPG in Singapore and Toronto and rendered his services to Ernst & Young in London as well.

“I welcome Javed Murtaza to the PCB family and with the experience he brings, I am confident he will make a meaningful contribution to the organization as we continue to aspire towards good governance, strong financial management, and transparency”, PCB’s Chairman Ehsan Mani said on his appointment.

The new CFO has been appointed after about six months since the last financial officer of the board, Badar M Khan’s resignation. Khan had resigned citing ‘exploration of other opportunities’ for his professional growth. He served as a CFO for a tenure of about 9 years.

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