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Dayle Brown to leave Racing Victoria
03 Oct 2017 | Racing Victoria 

Racing Victoria (RV) on Tuesday announced that Executive General Manager – Integrity Services, Dayle Brown, will leave the organisation at the end of 2017 after nearly 10 years leading RV’s integrity team.

Mr Brown informed RV he was actively considering a number of approaches and that after a decade in the role of leading Victoria’s integrity services, he was keen to take on another leadership challenge.
RV Chief Executive, Giles Thompson, thanked Mr Brown for his incredible contribution to both the integrity of the sport and to RV.

“Dayle has been such an integral member of the RV Executive over the past decade and has worked tirelessly to ensure our industry has been at the forefront of technological innovation and rule changes that have provided a level playing field for all participants,” Mr Thompson said.

“During his time at RV, Dayle has successfully restructured the integrity services department into a contemporary team which has garnered a reputation both within Australia and internationally as a global leader in developing systems to protect and enforce the highest levels of integrity.

“He has achieved this primarily through innovation and technology, such as the control room, hawk-eye and the creation of analytical systems, including the first intelligence database for racing integrity, as well as working to drive significant change that has improved the health and safety outcomes for riders and horses.

“His contribution to the wider business has been immense and his knowledge, professionalism and commitment have proven invaluable. He will leave big shoes to fill when he departs at the end of 2017.”

Mr Brown, who joined RV in 2008 with extensive legal, integrity and corporate experience with Betfair, Deloitte and Harness Racing Victoria, said he was proud to leave RV at a time where it was a recognised leader in the field of integrity services.

“I have opportunities to take on new challenges that I am currently considering and with a strong team in place at RV that have an unflinching commitment to maintaining a level playing field for all, the time is right for the next chapter of my professional career and personal development,” Mr Brown said.

“I have really enjoyed my time at RV and working in an industry that has overwhelmingly supported stronger investment in protecting integrity and in building stronger connections with other codes, other jurisdictions and other authorities. We have a well-earned reputation globally and I am proud of that.”

An executive recruitment search for Mr Brown’s replacement will begin immediately.
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