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Corruption in the Extractive Value Chain Typology of Risks

The great climate change rort


IMF: Corruption Costs Global Economy $2 Trillion a Year

UK launches first register in the world for foreign property owners

When a mafia expert tells us Britain is the most corrupt country in the world, it's time to start listening

OECD releases new anti-corruption toolkit OECD - Corruption in the extractive value chain: Typology of risks, mitigation, measures and Incentives

Ethical Business

Emmanual Lulin - Lawful Not Awful in The Listner

Questionable Immigrations

Kim Dotcom, China's 5th most wanted man and the wealthy Nat donors

Sherwan Inquiry

Panama Papers inquiry 'needn't limit scope'

Inquiry into foreign trust disclosure 'doesn't go far enough'

NZ's foreign trust review 'limited' NZ's foreign trust review slammed as 'limited' by Transparency International -

Shewan Inquiry gets advice on tightening trust regime

Transparency International NZ says the Government's foreign trust inquiry fails to address ... Transparency International NZ says the Government's foreign trust inquiry fails to address fundamental issues

No easy foreign trust fix seen

Government's weak trusts inquiry lambasted


Leading anti-corruption official resigns after FIFA changes

London Summit

Prime Minister John Key: New Zealand: a culture of fair play

Against Corruption: a collection of essays

Anti-Corruption Summit - London 2016 - New Zealand Country Statement

Shining a light on foreign trusts, guiding our professionals Leader's Statement: Suzanne Snively and Ferdinand Balfoort

Pledge for public registry at anti-corruption summit

NZ's corruption fight: 'The world has changed'

Global Declaration Against Corruption

NZ holds off signing up to anti-corruption agreement

New Zealand strengthens commitment to combat bribery following London Anti-Corruption Summit

Anti-corruption manifesto from World business and civil society leaders: why tackling corruption matters

Transparency International welcomes Anti-Corruption Summit pledges and calls for immediate action

Anti-Corruption Conference – London Ferdinand Balfoort, BIA Director, Global Services and TINZ representative

Countries pledge to fight graft by revealing who owns companies

Judith Collins attends Anti-corruption summit, but will NZ sign up to its new initiatives?

Panama Papers

Jay Kuten: Governing without the people

Panama Papers: The NZ- Kazakhstan connection

NZ law firms that lobbied government did business with Mossack Fonseca

Panama Papers: Banned Hong Kong businesswoman operating in NZ

Brazilian hid money through NZ firm

Panama Papers Response

Bracing for Panama Papers aftershock

Editorial: Transparency is the answer to corruption and in foreign trusts

From the Beehive: New Zealand complicit in tax dodging Rino Tirikatene if the Labour MP for Te Tai Tonga

IRD to look at new Panama Papers revelations

Editorial: Taxing questions to answer

New Zealand PM thrown out of parliament over Panama Papers

What’s blocking effective policy debate about New Zealand’s foreign trusts regime? Opinion: Ron Pol

5 steps to clean up foreign trusts Ron Pol

NZ Tax Rules Transparent, Revenue Minister Says

Opinion: More detergent please By Bernard Hickey - 8 June 2015

Key to accelerate Phase II of AML reforms

Want to end corruption? Crack down on tax havens. Offshore havens foster the disintegration of order in the world's poorest countries.

Key reiterates acceleration of AML round 2 Hive News Tuesday: Key reiterates acceleration of AML round 2; Bankers crack down on sharemilkers

Follow the Money: How Open Data and Investigative Journalism Can Beat Corruption

Five States Agree To Adopt New Tax Transparency Standard


Recent Activity

Protect our whistleblowers
Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) is calls for better whistleblower protection. 8 Aug, 2017

Auditor General resignation requires transparency
Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) calls on Parliament to release the report by Sir Maarten Wevers that lead to the resignation of Auditor-General Martin Matthews. 5 Aug, 2017

TINZ applauds decline in foreign trusts
Government implementation of tougher disclosure requirements for foreign trusts have led to around 75% discontinuing or exiting New Zealand. 9 Jul, 2017

Public Sector Integrity Media Release
State Services Commission took a very positive step in addressing a key recommendation of TINZ's Integrity Plus 2013 New Zealand National Integrity System Assessment by advertising a role for Deputy Commissioner, Integrity, Ethics and Standards. 11 May, 2017

Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 TINZ media release
Transparency International 25 Jan, 2017