UEFA Settlement Sanctions: a summary
By Daniel Geey published on 22 May 2014
UEFA announced on Friday evening that it had come to settlement agreements with nine clubs that had breached the Financial Fair Play (FFP) break-even regulations. To understand the detail of the UEFA settlement procedure click here.
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About the Author
Daniel advises clients in the football industry. Such guidance has included advice on the Fit and Proper Person Test, parachute payments and the football creditors rule, disclosure obligations under the relevant football authority's rules, conflicts of interest and third party player ownership contracts.