Financial crime

The pressure to tackle financial crime has never been greater for the New Zealand’s private and public sectors, with tightening regulations and legislation, growing demands by customers for integrity and increasing criminal sophistication. Our team can help you with your financial crime risks.


Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism

Recent regulatory changes and the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act have highlighted the importance of a robust AML/CFT programme. 



NZ private and public sector organisations continue to suffer financial and reputational damage as a result of fraud. There are many guises that fraud can take, and the levels of sophistication differ greatly – from trusted employees and suppliers to professional fraudsters.


Bribery and corruption

Prosecutors and regulators across the globe are becoming increasingly active in enforcing far-reaching anti-corruption legislation. Organisations must therefore focus their efforts on developing and maintaining “fit for purpose” anti-bribery and corruption programmes.



The past decade has seen the rapid evolution of online and mobile channels; carving out new markets and bringing vast opportunities for both emerging and established organisation.   


Market Misconduct

Regulators in New Zealand and globally are becoming increasingly connected and active, with considerable focus on market manipulation, collusion, insider trading and the handling of price sensitive information, mis-selling and misleading investors and customers. 

Ian Tuke

Partner - Forensics