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Counsel assisting an inquiry into Crown Resorts has recommended that the company be found no longer suitable to hold a casino licence in New South Wales because of the influence of its largest shareholder, James Packer and his private company, over its operations. The inquiry is being chaired by the former supreme court judge Patricia Bergin SC.Is the Barangaroo casino suitable for Crown Resorts?
An inquiry has recommended Crown Resorts be found no longer suitable to hold a casino licence in NSW, where it plans to open its high roller casino at Barangaroo in December. Photograph: ReutersWho are the board members of Crown Casino?
According to a Sydney Morning Herald report, CPH will no longer be involved on the Crown board, having also terminated its agreement with the remaining CPH board member, John Poynton. A New South Wales (NSW) inquiry has found Australia-based casino operator Crown Resorts unsuitable to hold a Sydney casino license.Who are the current directors of Crown Resorts?
Update: Crown Resorts announced on February 15 that Ken Barton resigned from CEO and managing director of the company, in the wake of the damning Bergin report. His departure follows the resignation a week earlier of Crown directors Guy Jalland, Michael Johnston, and Andrew Demetriou.