2011 AGM Announcement

Annual General Meeting

Thursday 24 November, 2011

Meeting: 4:30pm until 5:30pm

Presentations: 5:30pm until 7:30pm

PwC

113 The Terrace

16th Floor

Wellington, NZ

Ferdinand Balfoort will speak on “Building Effective Business Partnerships in China.” Ferdinand spends a good deal of time in China in his capacity as a contracted executive of a NZ company with a joint venture in China. He will speak on practicalities in managing risks in China, including doing due diligence on your joint venture partner and building good, non-corrupt relationships with local regulatory authorities. Ferdinand, an internal auditor by training and ex- partner PWC Poland, is committed to integrity in business. He is currently working on a masters degree on corruption and business ethics.

Ignite Consultants will present the results of the project they are conducting on behalf of TI-NZ analysing "The Derivation of New Zealand’s High Ranking on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI)". They are investigating which survey questions go into New Zealand's CPI ranking, who answers them, what can and can’t we conclude about the likely level of corruption in New Zealand on the basis of the Corruption Perception Index.

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