Crown Resorts still doesn’t have suitable anti-money laundering controls in place, having allegedly pocketed $1 billion in revenue from “high-risk” VIP customers without checking the source of their money since 2016, The Age reported.
Australia’s financial crimes regulator has launched a civil action in the Federal Court against the casino group seeking penalties for “serious and systemic non-compliance” with anti-money-laundering laws.
Read the full report: The Age
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