11 Oct 2021
Listed gaming giant Star Entertainment has been enabling suspected money laundering, organised crime, large-scale fraud and foreign interference within its Australian casinos for years, even though its board was warned its anti-money-laundering controls were failing.
Between 2014 and 2021, Star cultivated high-roller gamblers who are allegedly associated with criminal or foreign-influence operations, according to multiple casino and law-enforcement sources with knowledge of the company’s operations, including Star insiders.
By Nick McKenzie and Joel Tozer, The Sydney Morning Herald, 10 October 2021
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