With prosecutors doing overtime in a number of jurisdictions to build cases against Fifa officials, football’s governing body is preparing to elect a new president and announce a series of wholesale reforms.
The devil will be in the detail, but the trust deficit is huge. So what should Fifa be doing to put its house in order and restore faith in the governing body of the beautiful game?
With public trust remaining fragile, the IBE and CISI have relaunched the Investing in Integrity charter mark which is audited by GoodCorporation. Debbie Ramsay talks to Ethical Performance about how the GoodCorporation audit works as part of an article on…
It’s all about good business ethics, not a CSR smokescreen Financial Times February 4 2012