MILAN – Today, in the Main Hall of Milan’s Bocconi University, a conference titled “Financial Fair Play – Does it matter?” took place. The aim was to discuss the impact of FFP on the income statements and balance sheets of European football clubs ten years on from its introduction.
The conference, which was brought to an end by UEFA Vice President Michele Uva, was attended by FC Internazionale Milano President Steven Zhang, who was recently elected to the European Club Association board. Along with Juventus and ECA President Andrea Agnelli, Olympique Marseille President Jacques-Henri Eyraud and UEFA Managing Director Andrea Traverso, the President spoke during the discussion relating to “Achievements and future prospects for Financial Fair Play”.
In 2016, Suning Group took over the Club in the knowledge that the parameters of the Settlement Agreement would have to be respected. This was a commitment that was undertaken with seriousness and transparency, leading to Inter being able to exit the Settlement Agreement in 2019. All the while, there has been a vision dedicated to innovation, starting with investments in infrastructure, the First Team squad and also the Elite Academy and Women’s team.
Suning Group’s work is aimed at making Inter as global and innovative a brand as possible, with there also being a focus on a young audience. This is being pursued by working on all aspects, both from a sports management and entertainment point of view.