Case 1 - 2004
City Tatts CEO Tony Guilfoyle took $200,000 of Club funds, without the knowledge or permission of the Committee. This was discovered by the auditor, KPMG, in 2011 and, among other things, is currently under investigation by the Department of Liquor, Gaming and Racing.
Case 2 - 2011
As a result of a complaint to the Anti Discrimination Board, the President of that board referred the matter of Tony Guilfoyle aiding and abetting racial vilification to the Administrative Decisions Tribunal for hearing. This matter was settled before the final court hearing with a payout by the Club to the victim. The cost to the Club for legal fees and payout was in excess of $50,000. The Club Chairman, Pat Campion, has stated that he has no knowledge of this payout.
These two cases of Tony Guilfoyle using Club funds for his own benefit, without the knowledge and permission of the Committee, took place seven years apart. This raises the very obvious question - how many other times during that period has he used Club funds for his personal benefit? And why does Patrick Campion tolerate it?
We have access to the relevant documantation that proves the misuse of Club funds by Tony Guilfoyle in both these cases, as well as other cases, and so does Mr Campion.
Over to you, Pat
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