2010 AGM

The 2010 Transparency International (NZ) Annual General Meeting was held in November at Kensington Swan law offices in Wellington. Adam Feeley, head of New Zealand's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) was the guest speaker and TI(NZ would like to think all members who were in attendence.

Please continue reading to download information presented at the 2010 AGM.

If you would like a copy of Mr. Feeley's presentation please follow the link below:

Adam Feeley Head of SFO presentation

You can download copies of the TI(NZ) 2010 Annual Report and 2010 TI(NZ) Financial Statements at the following links:


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