The Crown Resorts Barangaroo South luxury hotel resort and One Barangaroo Crown residences development on the Sydney harbour. The opening of its landmark casino hangs in the balance after a damning report found it is not fit to hold a gaming licence. Photo: Bloomberg The Crown Resorts Barangaroo South luxury hotel resort and One Barangaroo Crown residences development on the Sydney harbour. The opening of its landmark casino hangs in the balance after a damning report found it is not fit to hold a gaming licence. Photo: Bloomberg
The Crown Resorts Barangaroo South luxury hotel resort and One Barangaroo Crown residences development on the Sydney harbour. The opening of its landmark casino hangs in the balance after a damning report found it is not fit to hold a gaming licence. Photo: Bloomberg
Australia

Australia’s Crown Resorts CEO quits after report on money laundering, organised crime

  • An inquiry found Crown Resorts should be denied a licence to run a landmark Sydney casino after reports it laundered profits from triads
  • CEO Ken Barton and three directors left the firm that was long run by billionaire James Packer, with the opening of the casino uncertain

Topic |   Australia
The Crown Resorts Barangaroo South luxury hotel resort and One Barangaroo Crown residences development on the Sydney harbour. The opening of its landmark casino hangs in the balance after a damning report found it is not fit to hold a gaming licence. Photo: Bloomberg The Crown Resorts Barangaroo South luxury hotel resort and One Barangaroo Crown residences development on the Sydney harbour. The opening of its landmark casino hangs in the balance after a damning report found it is not fit to hold a gaming licence. Photo: Bloomberg
The Crown Resorts Barangaroo South luxury hotel resort and One Barangaroo Crown residences development on the Sydney harbour. The opening of its landmark casino hangs in the balance after a damning report found it is not fit to hold a gaming licence. Photo: Bloomberg
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