Corruption in New Zealand New Legal Framework Event as iCalendar

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03 October 2018

6pm

Venue: Stone Lecture Theatre (801-316)

Location: Room 3.16, Building 801, 9 Eden Crescent

Host: Auckland Law School

Contact info: RSVP by Monday 1 October 2018; Pre-lecture drinks 5.15pm, Staff Common Room, Level 4, 9 Eden Crescent

Contact email: lawevents@auckland.ac.nz

There have been significant changes to New Zealand’s law on bribery and anti-money laundering over the past few years and in the case of money laundering, over the last few months. This is a high profile, cutting edge topic. Marty Robinson co-author of the book The Anti-Money Laundering Regime: A Practical Guide and Julie Read, Chief Executive and Director of the Serious Fraud Office come together to discuss these changes.

 

Introductions by Associate Professor Tim Kuhner

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Julie Read, Chief Executive and Director of the Serious Fraud Office

 

 

Julie Read is a lawyer who was a prosecutor with the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions in Australia for 13 years. In 2002, she accepted a statutory appointment as Regional Commissioner for Tasmania with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), and concurrently held a number of other national roles with ASIC at the Senior Executive level, including Special Counsel, Litigation, responsible for the conduct of major litigation for ASIC and prior to that Senior Executive, Major Fraud and International. Julie studied Law at the University of Tasmania.

 

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Marty Robinson, co-author of The Anti-Money Laundering Regime: A Practical Guide

 

 

Marty Robinson is a lawyer specialising in financial crime, the anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism regime, and general criminal litigation. Marty has been a Crown Prosecutor, Investigative Lawyer at the UK Serious Fraud Office, and Senior/Principal Solicitor at the Department of Internal Affairs, where his work included civil and criminal litigation and internal advice to business units including the Financial Integrity team and AML Phase 2 Implementation team. He is co-author of The Anti-Money Laundering Regime: A Practical Guide published 2018 by LexisNexis.