Director of Monitoring and Enforcement to leave Commission in July 2008
Date: 2 May 2008
Andrew Lyman, a Director at the Gambling Commission, will be
leaving shortly to take up a senior executive role with the
Association of British Bookmakers (ABB).
"Having been involved in regulation for some years, I am looking
forward to joining an organisation with a broad commercial
focus. This new role will provide an opportunity to develop
my legal, negotiating and other skill sets in a challenging
environment." said Lyman.
Andrew will join the ABB in late July and his remaining time
with the Commission will be spent on internal project work,
distinct from his current regulatory role.
Gambling Commission Chief-Executive Jenny Williams said: “We are
very sorry to see Andrew go but with his expertise and
understanding of the Commission’s work he will continue to
contribute to the promotion of socially responsible gambling in his
new role at the ABB.”