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This Haven for Billionaires Has a Murky Trust Issue A flamboyant Malaysian financier linked to an international money-laundering probe has laid bare New Zealand’s surprising appeal as a destination for the ultra-rich to park their wealth.
OIA statistics released State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes has today published the first set of Official Information Act (OIA) statistics covering 110 different government agencies.
First release of OIA statistics New Zealand is taking great strides in transparent governance with the release of detailed data examining the public sector’s response to official information requests.
CERA staff to be investigated over private company dealings Revelations that Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) staff tried to do commercial property deals for their own company will be investigated by the Prime Minister's Department and the State Services Commission.
Avoiding complacency about corruption Bryce Edwards.
Govt moves to end NZ's tax haven reputation Legislation passed by the Government in February led by Inland Revenue Minister, Judith Collins led to TINZ Chair being interviewed by RNZ for its midday news, who outlines whythe benefits to New Zealand of a trusted reputation far exceeded any contribution to GDP the advisers to foreign trusts were adding."
Political Roundup: New Zealand's beautiful democracy Bryce Edwards.
Transparency PNG says sacked whistleblowers should be honoured Transparency International PNG says reports nine Defence Department civilian staff have been sacked should be of concern to everyone in Papua New Guinea.
ISIS cannot be defeated without addressing corrupt conditions in which they thrive Transparency International UK
Asia Pacific corruption poll 2016 media release TI global corruption barometer
Responding to the Panama Papers by Ann Webster, Assistant Auditor-General for Research & Development. Blog post about the way the Shewan Inquiry came together and how it has sped up policy around tightening up the treatment of foreign trusts based on a recent presentation by John Shewan and the DIA's Raj Kirshnan to a group of public sector senior leaders.