This half-day seminar brings together a number of experts on match-fixing to discuss the extent of the problem, the existing mechanisms to tackle it and the scope for future reforms.

All welcome but you must register online.

The seminar will be consist of 2 panels involving six expert presentations , a discussion and a question and answer session. An opportunity to network will follow the event.

The event has been organised, and will be chaired by Serhat Yilmaz and Professor Guy Osborn at the Centre for Law Society and Popular Culture at the University of Westminster.

Panel 1:  Perspectives on Match-fixing: Content and Dimension
Fred Lord, Manager for Sport Integrity – International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS)
Kevin Carpenter Solicitor, Hill Dickinson
David Folker General Manager, DataCo UK

Panel 2: Tackling Match-fixing:  Responses to the Problem
Tony Higgins Vice President, FIFPro Division Europe
David Newton The Head of Integrity, English Football Association
Deborah Unger Transparency International, UK