A high profile inquiry into the fitness of Sydney's Star casino is set to continue, with the gaming venue's former managing director due to take the stand for a third day.
The royal commission-style inquiry into the embattled Sydney gaming venue has so far prompted the resignation of Star CEO Matt Bekier, who stepped down in March, and sparked calls for a similar probe into Star's Queensland facility.
Star's chief casino officer for NSW, Greg Hawkins, is set to resume his evidence on Thursday as the inquiry works its way up senior hierarchy at the gambling giant.
The inquiry was sparked by reports claiming Star enabled suspected money laundering, organised crime, fraud and foreign interference at its gaming facilities.
Mr Hawkins has so far been grilled over whether there was a "deliberate strategy" at the casino to shift local players into an international rebate program to have Star pay less gaming tax.
The former managing director of The Star Sydney has claimed the casino would not want such a practice to occur as it would hurting the venue's bottom line.
He has also been examined about what he knew about Star's controversial use of China Union Pay debit cards for high rollers at the Sydney gaming facility, accepting that the practice was not appropriate.
Mr Hawkins has had a "lengthy career" in casinos, including working in Macau for several years while employed by Crown Resorts, the inquiry has been told.
Other Star top brass set to testify this week are Harry Theodore and Mr Bekier, and McGrath Nicol partner Robyn McKern.