Griffith appointed to CFU committee
Bermuda Football Association (BFA) treasurer Andrew Griffith has been appointed as the chair of the Caribbean Football Union Audit Committee.
Griffith, who will serve on the committee for the next four years, joins other members Daryl Michael (Antigua and Barbuda), Frederick Lunn (Bahamas), Ken Whiteman (Grenada) and Derek George (St Lucia).
The goal of the committee will be to assist the CFU executive in fulfilling its responsibilities of overseeing its financial reporting process.
The committee will also monitor the integrity of the Union’s financial statements.
Last year saw Griffith appointed to the Concacaf Audit and Compliance Committee.
Griffith, a long standing BFA treasurer, has represented the Island at various meetings of the CFU, Concacaf and FIFA congresses for many years.
Additionally, Griffith has met with FIFA officials at annual meetings to present the audits of the funds granted to the BFA by FIFA.
He also led the way for the independent audits of the BFA to be presented to the BFA congress and public.
Griffith is a chartered accountant and is the chief financial officer of a local group of companies.
A BFA statement read: “The BFA and Bermuda can be proud that Griffith has been appointed as chair of the committee as it continues to show that Bermuda football officials are respected for our professionalism and administration of the game.
“It also demonstrates that our BFA officials represent football at the CFU, Concacaf and FIFA levels.