ClubsNSW set to drop legal bid to access communications between whistleblower and regulator

ClubsNSW set to drop legal bid to access communications between whistleblower and regulator

The Guardian

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Former manager who raised alarm said lobby group’s court action would scare other whistleblowers and prevent them from coming forward

ClubsNSW is expected to drop a legal bid to force the state’s gaming regulator to hand over correspondence with a whistleblower who alleged there was widespread money laundering through the pokies.

Last year, Troy Stolz, a former anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing manager at ClubsNSW, blew the whistle on what he said was the sector’s glaring failure to stop money laundering in pubs and clubs across New South Wales.

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