Gambling CEO resigns in Australia amid extensive money laundering allegations that cost new $2.2BN casino its operating licence. - AML Intelligence
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Gambling CEO resigns in Australia amid extensive money laundering allegations that cost new $2.2BN casino its operating licence.

Image: Crown Resorts

The chief executive of Australia’s biggest gambling group has resigned – the latest development in a scandal that continues to tie the company to allegations of widespread money laundering.

Ken Barton’s departure as CEO of Crown Resorts comes barely a year after being appointed, although Mr Barton had been working with Crown in some capacity for over a decade.

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