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  1. Submission on Currency (Restrictions on the use of cash) Bill 2019

    CAANZ supports the $10,000 cash payment for all transactions and calls for an immediate extension to cryptocurrency and a lower threshold in the future...

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  2. Submission on $10,000 cash payment limit

    CAANZ supports the $10,000 cash payment for all transactions and calls for an immediate extension to cryptocurrency and a lower threshold in the future...

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    The bright side of anti-money laundering rules

    Knowing your customer is more important than ever in anti-money laundering regulations. It could also be good for business...

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    How endorsements can go wrong

    Can you back up what you have told clients about third parties’ recommendations of products and services?...

  5. The lure of fraud

    What motivates a working professional to commit an economic crime?...

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    The reasons why CAs are investigated

    CA ANZ receives up to 400 complaints a year about its members, so what is bringing good CAs unstuck?...

  7. ARITA Code of Professional Practice – Draft 4th Edition

    Chartered Accountants ANZ’s submission to provide feedback on the draft of the 4th Edition of the ARITA Code of Professional Practice...

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  8. June workshops on complying with the AML/CFT regime

    The Department of Internal Affairs is hosting a series of workshops across New Zealand in June...

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  9. Reputational risk: The real impact of mortgage fraud on New Zealand

    Paul O’Neil, General Counsel for the Serious Fraud Office shares his views on the true victims of mortgage fraud...

  10. Facing the new frontier: How tech is changing the way fraud is detected and prevented

    Paul Spain, futurist and CEO of Gorilla Technologies, shares his insight into what the future of fraud will look like...

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