NSW to publish report on Crown Resorts by Feb 15

The inquiry is set to decide whether Crown Resorts is fit to maintain its casino licence.
The inquiry is set to decide whether Crown Resorts is fit to maintain its casino licence.

The New South Wales ILGA has submitted its final report to the board for review.

Australia.- The New South Wales (NSW) Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority will publish the final report from its inquiry into casino operator Crown Resorts by February 15.

Former NSW Supreme Court judge Commissioner Patricia Bergin, who led the inquiry, submitted a final report to the board of the NSW regulator on February 1.

The board will now review the findings and make them public within 2 weeks.

The ILGA looked into alleged violations of NSW gaming and money laundering regulations in an inquiry that is to decide whether Crown Resorts is fit to maintain its casino licence.

Crown Resorts’ former chairman James Packer was also accused of having done business with criminal syndicates in Asia.

Jenny Jiang, a former employee who helped uncover the failings that led to the inquiry is currently suing the company for damages and misbehaviour.

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