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Bespoke regime for unwinding Ponzi schemes
The Government is moving to create a special regime to unwind Ponzi schemes in a way which is fair to all investors.
New Zealand
22 May 2018
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AML/CFT supervisors release updated guidelines for reporting entities
New guidelines for reporting entities under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism regime.
New Zealand
20 Dec 2017
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Bribery is an offence – even if there is no attempt to influence
Bribing a public official is an offence, even if there is no specific intent to influence the official's decision-making.
New Zealand
18 Dec 2017
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Liquidator fabricated key document – High Court
The finding that a liquidator fabricated a key document, highlights the need for regulation of the insolvency profession.
New Zealand
29 Jul 2016
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New Organised Crime and Anti-corruption Legislation regime
The bill has been split into 15 amendment Acts and will bring New Zealand into line with international conventions.
New Zealand
13 Nov 2015
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Substance over form in equitable tracing for victims of fraud – Privy Council
A recent UK judgment may make it easier for victims of fraud to trace property through complex money laundering schemes.
New Zealand
29 Sep 2015
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Top UK Court underscores focus on bribery and corruption
This decision resolves a question which has been long-unsettled in UK law and brings the UK into line with New Zealand.
New Zealand
31 Jul 2014
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Long journey but okay result on vexed directors' crimes issue
A workable solution to the vexed directors' crimes provisions in the recently passed Companies Amendment Act.
New Zealand
29 Jul 2014
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Organised Crime and Anti-corruption Bill introduced
The Billl will bring New Zealand into line with international convention.
New Zealand
1 Jul 2014
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Civil pecuniary penalties - fair or unfair?: a review by the Law Commission
Civil pecuniary penalties can be hefty and are being used increasingly in major commercial statutes to drive compliance.
New Zealand
16 Jan 2013
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Bribery and corruption – someone else's problem, surely?
Companies operating offshore are subject to not only NZ bribery and corruption laws, but also those of other countries.
New Zealand
26 Sep 2012
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Financiers Get New Powers to Prevent Identity Fraud
Agencies affected by the Anti Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act (AML/CFTA) will be given new powers for the performance of customer due diligence in the Identity Information Confirmation Bill now before Parliament.
New Zealand
20 Sep 2010
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