FIFA statement on Transparency International’s football governance report

Following the publication by Transparency International with the report ‘The Transparency International football governance league table’, fifa crediti would prefer to make the following statement.

‘FIFA is committed to reform (acquistare fifa crediti reform), and to instituting best-practice requirements of accountability, transparency and very good governance. Additionally, it encourages member associations to perform towards those very same requirements.

More measures to strengthen the member associations’ monetary governance and management will probably be discussed in the upcoming FIFA Executive Committee meeting on 2-3 December 2015, such as the obligation for the associations to publish their statutory annual reports and activity reports.

We note that Transparency International’s methodology for its report, which appears to consist of a search of internet pages, will not reflect the substantial reporting that already exists at member association level and among member associations and FIFA.

Background
In accordance with all the General Regulations for FIFA Improvement Programmes and FIFA circular no. 1469, member associations have been responsible for supplying FIFA, by 31 March 2015, with: an examination by an independent local auditor in the use of FIFA funds; their newest annual accounts; the corresponding statutory audit report presented towards the common assembly; and the minutes of your general assembly. Moreover, for each and every monetary year, the FIFA basic secretariat designates or randomly selects at the very least 20% in the member associations along with the confederations for an examination to become performed by the FIFA statutory auditor (or a different auditing firm appointed by FIFA). Subsequently, as at 18 November 2015, payments relating to FIFA development funds have been blocked entirely or partially for 28 member associations.

Additionally, FIFA currently publishes comprehensive info regarding its improvement programmes. It is possible to obtain detailed data on FIFA’s improvement activities ¨C including Goal, FAP, technical activities and adidas Purpose balls ¨C as implemented in all 209 member associations within the respective nation profile on FIFA.com (here is an instance). An extra overview is usually located around the FIFA Improvement Globe. Here you’ll be able to uncover a fact sheet with overall figures for FAP, Goal, Efficiency, FIFA educational and technical activities, equipment for the member associations, monetary help for confederations’ improvement programmes and other programmes.

Additional data around the objectives behind FIFA’s improvement work plus the recent reforms is usually located in the following FAQ document.’