Financial fair play and third party ownership: updated UEFA licensing regulations
Published 03 August 2012 By: Daniel Geey
By way of update, UEFA has modified a number of its licensing criteria in relation to third party ownership (TPO) issues. The new regulations were published recently and are available to read here. By way of a quick recap, the Financial Fair Play Rules (FFPRs) form part of the wider UEFA licensing regime.
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- Tags: Commercial Law | Europe | Financial Fair Play | Football | Governance | Licensing | Regulation | Third Party Ownership | UEFA | United Kingdom (UK)
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