Meanwhile, Bańka's plea for extra funding from the International Olympic Committee has been answered, with the body's president, Thomas Bach, announcing that it will commit $10m to support a four-point "action plan" to strengthen Wada's fight against doping.
UK Anti-Doping will assist with any investigation that is launched into athletes who worked with the banned coach Alberto Salazar.
"On this 20th anniversary of WADA, we celebrate the spirit of equal partnership and cooperation between the stakeholders of the organisation".
Half of WADA's budget of about $40 million a year comes from the Olympic movement, and the IOC's injection of another $10 million contribution is significant. "This needs to be changed", he told WADA delegates on the opening day of their fifth world conference.More news: Trump expected to attend LSU-Alabama football game
"We have been working with Usada on their investigation into the Nike Oregon Project and will work with Wada on their investigation if there is any evidence that relates to athletes or athlete support personnel under our jurisdiction", Sapstead said in a statement released to BBC Sport.
"I could not possibly say why WADA said that".
Banka will formally be elected to replace Craig Reedie later this week at WADA's board meeting.
"It is all about the athletes". These words which I used at the 4th World Conference on Doping in Sport in Johannesburg 2013, are still true today.More news: Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic drawn in same ATP finals group
Commenting on the possible participation of Russian athletes in the upcoming 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, the International Olympic Committee president told Sputnik that the final decision on the issue would be made by WADA. "That said, we are happily compiling the evidence and sending it to them".
But in September WADA said it had again opened compliance proceedings against RUSADA after finding "inconsistencies" in the vast bank of historical testing data finally handed over in January.
The incoming leader of the World Anti-Doping Agency asked for more money. "This DBS method could very well revolutionise the anti-doping fight, since it will allow for the fast, simple and cost-effective collection of samples that can be easily and cheaply transported and stored", Bach noted.
That could bring with it the possibility of Russians being left out of the Tokyo Olympics - a result that would be, in Ganus' words, a "tragedy".More news: China says it has agreed with U.S. to cancel tariffs in phases