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Flower Ian

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Decision date:
5 August 2020


Following a licence review the Commission determined to revoke the Personal Management Licence issued to Ian Flower under the provisions of section 119 of the Act on the grounds that he was unsuitable to carry on the licensed activities permitted by the licence.

The Commission found that:

  • Whilst employed as a Duty Manager at a casino, the Licensee failed to follow the casino’s procedures regarding the completion of roulette wheel checks and then intentionally falsified casino records
  • The Licensee breached a condition of his licence, in that he failed to notify the Commission within five working days of a key event, namely his dismissal for gross misconduct from the casino’s employment.
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