Based on Sport England’s / UK Sport’s “A Code for Sport Governance” issued in April 2017, we can confirm WFA compliance in the following key areas:
The WFA has a clear and appropriate governance structure, led by a Board which is collectively responsible for the long-term success of the organisation and exclusively vested with the power to lead it. The Board is properly constituted, and operates effectively.
The WFA’s policy is to recruit and engage people with appropriate diversity, independence, skills, experience and knowledge to take effective decisions that further the organisation’s goals.
The WFA aim to be transparent and accountable, engaging effectively with Stakeholders and nurturing internal democracy.
4. STANDARDS AND CONDUCT
The WFA is committed to uphold high standards of integrity, and engages in regular and effective evaluation to drive continuous improvement.
5. POLICIES AND PROCESSES
The WFA complies with all applicable laws and regulations, undertakes responsible financial strategic planning, and has appropriate controls and risk management procedures.