Real Madrid lead the club transparency index for LaLiga, according to a report published by Dyntra, the first worldwide collaborative platform which aims to measure the public information of different entities. At the top of the ranking, alongside Real Madrid, are two clubs from Spain’s Segunda División: Osasuna and Cádiz.
In LaLiga, Real Madrid are top of the ranking with 77.17% transparency. The study is based on information published by clubs and in total they look at 92 indicators across 4 parameters, where Real Madrid pass in all cases.
-Institutional transparency: Real Madrid lead Spain’s Primera Division (LaLiga), with 58,62%. This parameter looks at information on club directors and personnel, organisation, assets and compliance.
– Communication and relationship with fans (92%): institutional communication with fans and information published for fans, club members and the general public are all highlighted here.
-Economic-financial transparency (78.57%): this includes accounting information, information on revenue and costs, debt transparency and economic-budgetary information.