LN Interview Series: Will The NZ AML/CFT Become A Model For Pacific Region?

Will the New Zealand Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act legislation become a model for the wider Pacific region?

Gary Hughes, Partner at the leading New Zealand firm, Wilson Harle, shares his vision about the AML and CFT legislation and how this may be influenced and hold back by the opacity of some company structures.

Partner of Wilson Harle handles Anti-Money Laundering compliance, insurance law, fraud and misrepresentation cases.

Wilson Harle is a

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