Crown Resorts’ suitability to run Melbourne’s casino will be tested by a new royal commission in Victoria, after a damning NSW inquiry found the gambling giant was not suitable to hold a casino licence.
- Former judge Raymond Finkelstein will report back to the Victorian government by August 1
- The royal commission will determine if Crown Melbourne is suitable to hold a casino licence
- Harold Mitchell has resigns from the Crown board, the fourth director to have left since the release of the Bergin Inquiry report
Former federal court judge and senior barrister Raymond Finkelstein QC has been appointed commissioner.
The royal commission must report back by August 1 this year.
On Monday afternoon, media buyer Harold Mitchell became the…