Fawad Rana total net worth income profile salary and assets. Fawad Rana is the MD of QALCO ( Qatar Oil Company Ltd.) He is among the famous businessmen in Pakistan and Qatar. Rana was the first one to step forward to announce a team for Pakistan Super League, his team was the first one to agree to play final match in Lahore. So we can say that he played a vital role in making PSL a successful brand. After announcing team, he paid well bidding of foreign players and local players as well. Fawad is working nowadays for giving chance to new and young players to show their talent. Fawad Rana carried out a large-scale talent hunt program in the largest province on Pakistan i.e. Punjab and organized a talent hunt tournament, associated with the Australian Cricket Franchise Sydney Thunders, his contributions to the game are legendary. Rana Fawad Net Worth as estimated $24 Million in 2016 has increased after his appearances on mainstream media and the success of PSL.
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In the beginning of the 1st season of PSL, there was a lot of hype on social and electronic media about the Lahore Qalandars team, however, his team Lahore Qalandars finished fifth in the inaugural season of the tournament. Fawad Rana is a die-hard cricket fan and sports enthusiast, his emotions, and enthusiasm for the game was seen at times on the ground.
Rana’s franchise finished fifth in the PSL 2017 version, Lahore Qalandars managed to gain only 6 points in the tournament and continued the streak of finishing at the bottom of the tables in the first and second season of Pakistan Super League.
Fawad Rana Net Worth & Assets
Rana Fawad declared all of his assets and revenues totaling 400 Million Pakistani rupees to FBR before making a huge investment purchasing the Lahore Qalandars franchise as the second most expensive franchise of the PSL.
|Full Name||Fawad Rana|
|Net worth||400 million Pkr|
|Popularity Reason||Owner of Lahore Qalandar Team in PSL|
|Bid Price of Lahore Qalanadar||24 million USD|
Net worth: Rs 400 million