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Former PWC chairman chosen by the Government to head the government inquiry into foreign trust disclosure rules
As a result of the recent release of documents known as the Panama Papers the Government has established an Inquiry into New Zealand’s disclosure rules relating to foreign trusts registered in New Zealand. I have been appointed to conduct the Inquiry.
Terms of Reference for the Inquiry are attached here: Establishment of the Government Inquiry into Foreign Trust Disclosure Rules
I understand that you and/or your organisation have an interest in this area. If you are able, I would welcome your contribution to the Inquiry in the form of a written submission.
Matters you may wish to comment on include-
Please feel free to comment on any other matters relevant to the Inquiry.
The Inquiry is required to report its findings and opinions by Thursday, 30 June 2016. To assist in meeting this timeframe, if you plan to make a submission please do so by 5pm, Friday 20 May 2016.
Please email your submission care of the Inquiry’s Secretariat to email@example.com or post it to the Secretariat:
Mr John Shewan
C/- Suzy Morrissey
The TreasuryPO Box 3724