Third party player ownership (TPPO): Legitimate financing mechanism or threat to sporting integrity?
Published 01 November 2013
4 November 2013 - London
The fourth Birkbeck Sport Business Centre Seminar of the new academic year takes place on Monday 4th November at 6pm.
In this presentation Andrew Nixon discusses the arguments made for, and against, the practice of TPPO, and concludes by presenting some commentary on how the practice might most effectively be regulated to address the criticisms currently made of it.
Andrew Nixon, is a lawyer with the City of London firm Sheridans LLP.
The venue is the Lankaster Lecture Theatre, Medawar Building, University College London (UCL). For full details of the location and the event see: https://www.sportbusinesscentre.com/events/third-party-player-ownership-tppo-legitimate-financing-mechanism-or-threat-to-sporting-integrity/
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