Checks for dodgy cash, terror funds automated at Star

By Jack Gramenz
Updated April 22 2024 - 5:25pm, first published 5:20pm
Star executives are fronting a second inquiry into the company's suitability for a casino licence. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)
Star executives are fronting a second inquiry into the company's suitability for a casino licence. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)

An automated process used to meet Star's obligations combating money laundering and terrorism financing as a deadline loomed was not a "workaround", a second inquiry into the company's Sydney casino has heard.

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