The NSW Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority will allow the Barangaroo venue to begin operating, under supervision, after the 2021 Bergin Inquiry found that Crown was unsuitable for have the license, said Authority President Philip Crawford.
“Under the Authority’s supervision, Crown has rebuilt its gaming model from the ground up, which has meant profound structural change around governance, anti-money laundering measures and corporate culture,” Crawford said.
“After more than a year of working with Crown, the Authority is pleased to have reached a stage where Crown can conditionally open its casino operations.
“Given the need to observe changes in the operation and ensure that the changes are integrated into the business, the Authority will consider the approval of the suitability of Crown until the end of the conditional period of play, which could extend between 18 months and two years. .
“The new internal control systems and measures have been put in place and will be in place from day one.” their casinos.
“Crown has been asked to implement a series of strict controls to prevent money laundering and criminal infiltration into its NSW business model. What was happening in Crown’s interstate operations will not be repeated in NSW.” of the South,” Crawford said.
“With a complete cleanup of the board of directors and senior executive, Crown has made significant progress and has agreed to continue working to regain its casino license.”
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