The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) is likely to conduct an audit of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) including all three editions of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
According to the sources, the decision is yet to be finalized by the PCB’s Board Of Governors (BOG) after the appointment of their new boss.
Pakistan’s newly elected Finance minister, Asad Umar has suggested PCB to get their audit done by the SBP.
The PCB is likely to appoint its Chairman on September 4 in a meeting of the BOG.
Former ICC president, Ahsan Mani is the hot favourite to resume the office of the PCB as the Chairman after he was nominated the new member of the BOG for three years by the Prime Minister and Patron-in-chief PCB, Imran Khan.
According to the sources, Mani is expected to call a meeting soon after he takes charge of the PCB where he will get the approval over this audit suggestion from the finance minister.
It is pertinent to mention here that the audit of PSL’s first two editions was done by Auditor General of Pakistan on the suggestion of the National Assembly Committee.
PCB is also expected to appoint a representative of SBP as the Chairman for its audit and finance committee.