Over 30 of the most influential executives from across the sport industry united today to share their opinions on the importance of ethics in sport at the second of the Beyond Sport Leadership Series, presented by Mishcon de Reya.
Guests including David Grevemberg, CEO, Commonwealth Games Federation, Nathan Homer, head of global sponsorship, Barclays, Sir Keir Starmer KCB QC, Barrister, Mishcon de Reya and Katrien Meire, CEO, Charlton Athletic Football Club came together to form a debate on ethics in sport.
The thought-provoking discussion gave those in attendance the chance to share their views on best practice around ethical governance and responsible leadership. Key themes included the challenges governing bodies of today face; the role that the media and sponsors can play in driving ethical governance within sport and the key ingredients that are needed to create a transparent and ethically-sound governing body.
AEG Sports Europe, Barclays, British Council, British Universities & College Sport (BUCS), Charlton Athletic FC, Commonwealth Games England, Commonwealth Games Federation, Dell UK, Fédération Equestre Internationale, Mayor's Fund for London, Paralympic GB, Sky Sports, Sky Sports News, Surrey County Cricket Club, The PCA