Jake Marsh

Jake has been working in anti-corruption for ten years and has been involved in numerous high-profile and sensitive sport integrity investigations. His work has covered the areas of match-fixing, governance, player transfers and ownership, and anti-doping. At the ICSS, he assists sport organisations to develop comprehensive understanding of the impact and risks to the integrity of their sports from global betting, corruption, and criminal activity. He works with stakeholders to implement prevention, detection and investigation capabilities in order to combat corruption and competition based problems such as match fixing. More recently, he has worked on strategic support to stakeholders on sport integrity policy development and implementation.

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Features 23/03/2015

The ‘ghost game’ phenomenon

By Jake Marsh, the International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS)    So-called ‘ghost games’ have recently been a hot topic in the area of match-fixing, as criminals have realised that it is far easier to create a corrupt fixture that doesn’t exist than it is to pay athletes to...

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