The committee will also be able to examine the means of funding the Mbappé signing, following reports that PSG will use an initial loan period, which will delay the actual payment to Monaco until the following financial year.
Paris Saint-Germain have issued a statement in response to an UEFA investigation surrounding their summer transfer activity.
Its board will meet regularly over the coming months to evaluate all documentation relating to the case.
UEFA considers Fair Play Financial as a fundamental system to ensure the financial sustainability of European football.
On August 31, PSG sought further guidance from UEFA's FFP team "in order to clarify in a transparent way how the operation with AS Monaco would be integrated as of this season into the club accounts, both in terms of depreciation and payroll, in compliance with French accounting standards and IFRS".
PSG were previously punished under FFP rules in May 2014 when the Qatari owned club's sponsorship agreement with the Qatari Tourism Authority was deemed to have an unfair value by UEFA's independent investigation panel.
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I think that ultimately (his) talent and potential is fantastic, (but) ultimately his injury record has been poor. Oxlade-Chamberlain sent out this message on Twitter this morning.
PSG, who broke the transfer record to sign Neymar from Barcelona for a staggering fee of €222 million, had reportedly been told by UEFA that there was no way a similar amount could be spent on an another player in the same transfer window.
"I know my choice might come as a surprise to many and the decision to leave was tough after being a part of the club for so many years", Oxlade-Chamberlain said in a Twitter post.
The striker was 17 years and 62 days old when he scored his first Ligue 1 goal, helping his side to beat Troyes in February 2016, making him the club's youngest goalscorer - again displacing Henry.
PSG, according to BBC, have not even mentioned that the loan will become permanent, but only have stated that they have an option to do so. He had six goals in six Champions League knockout games last season.
"It was essential for French football that we keep and help develop such a great talent in our championship", said PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi.
"The Club has demonstrated in recent years that it has the capacity to grow its income exponentially and anticipates an additional 20 to 40% increase on all the levers it has (International Revenue, Sponsoring, Merchandising, Ticketing, TV rights, income related to sports results, summer and winter tours)".
The striker's move from Monaco was officially confirmed on transfer deadline day, with PSG initially getting the teenager on a season-long loan with the option to buy for a reported €180million next year.