Crown Resorts not suitable to hold Victorian casino licence, royal commission lawyer says

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Counsel assisting Victoria's royal commission tells the inquiry Crown Resorts is not presently suitable to a hold a casino licence.
Counsel assisting Victoria's royal commission has told the inquiry Crown Resorts is not presently suitable to a hold a casino licence.

Key points: The inquiry's lawyer, Adrian Finanzio SC, says evidence reveals illegal and highly inappropriate conduct by the casino

The inquiry's lawyer, Adrian Finanzio SC, says evidence reveals illegal and highly inappropriate conduct by the casino Eight weeks of public hearings heard evidence of money laundering, tax dodging and regulatory failures

Eight weeks of public hearings heard evidence of money laundering, tax dodging and regulatory failures The Premier has pledged to tear up Crown's contract if the commission recommends it in its final findings in October

Adrian Finanzio SC told the inquiry that the company put profit ahead of all other considerations.

"The evidence reveals serious misconduct, illegal conduct and highly inappropriate conduct which has been encouraged or facilitated by a culture which has…
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