FC Barcelona has a Compliance facility which works to safeguard the fulfilment of regulation at the Club, which involves not just being aware of and respecting the Code of Ethics and Conduct but also other internal regulations set up by FC Barcelona with the aim of safeguarding the adhering to various current legislation in place.
To the end, FC Barcelona has various bodies responsible for compliance such as the Chief Compliance Office, the Compliance Committee and the Commission for Control and Transparency.
The FC Barcelona Chief Compliance Officer is an autonomous and independent powers who knows how the Club works, its culture and its activities and as such can detect and resolve problems arising with regards to infringing laws and internal regulations.
Amongst other duties, the Chief Compliance Officer is responsible for the processing and handling of reports made via the Regulatory Compliance Channel.
As such the Chief Compliance Office carries out their functions in relation to the principles of proportionality and authority and as such their decisions will always be proportional to the risks to which the Club is exposed and, their opinions and recommendations are relevant to the Governing Bodies.
With the aim of carrying out the tasks mentioned, the Chief Compliance Office has the support of the Compliance committee, the delegate body of the Board of Directors, which safeguards effective and efficient regulatory compliance.
For its part, the Commission for Control and Transparency is a commission defined in the Club Statutes and in charge specifically of the carrying out of the FC Barcelona Code of Ethics and Conduct.
Remember that you can contact the Chief Compliance Office via the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org, to inform of any irregular situation that goes against the Club's ethical and legal values.