Clubs that operate gaming machines are required to produce a cash flow analysis report to the governing body of the club each month.
This requirement ensures the integrity of gaming operations by easier identification of irregularities which require investigation and may be caused by machine malfunction and fraud.
The cash flow analysis is a spreadsheet about the gaming machine that records
But if they are unequal then this may indicate an error in either the upper area or cash box section of the gaming machine.
These errors may be caused by false payouts, spillage, theft, misallocation or incorrect data or a machine fault.
The objective of this cash flow analysis is to assist inexperienced or small operators to produce a report. Many clubs already use advanced computer applications and prepare a more detailed analysis which also complies with the legislation. If this is the case, your club does not need to prepare both analyses.
The analysis is a basic formula, approved by the governing body and complies with the minimum requirement required by legislation.
cash flow analysis report (XLS, 21KB). The spreadsheet contains further instruction on how to use it.
Clubs must comply with legal requirements when entering into a management contract with external parties.
management contract includes any contract entered by the club with a third party that empowers the third party, who is not a member of the club's governing body, or the secretary, or a manager or an employee of the club, to exercise functions in relation to the management of the business or affairs of the club.
At least 1 month before entering into a management contract, clubs must:
For information on clubs' obligations, please see the Guidelines for management contract (PDF, 327KB).
Cash flow analysis report (XLS, 21KB)
Loan contracts approved notice for club noticeboard (PDF, 133KB)