CONCACAF has announced sweeping changes to the way it does business in a desperate attempt to salvage its reputation after some of its leading officials were placed at the center of a FIFA corruption scandal.

The body that governs football in North America, Central America and the Caribbean has announced that it has approved expansive reform measures proposed by a three-man special committee.

The confederation says the reforms, unanimously approved by its Executive Committee at a weekend meeting in Canada, include full publication of CONCACAF’s annual financial statements and budget, the appointment of a chief compliance officer and the setting up of a whistleblower hotline.

Former CONCACAF President Jeffrey Webb was among six soccer officials arrested and detained by Swiss police pending extradition at the request of US authorities in May.

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