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‘Businesses not meeting basic requirements’ – NZ regulator says gaps still remain in compliance while vowing to get tougher

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

New Zealand’s financial regulator is not happy with the number of “basic” AML shortcomings that are still occurring across the country’s institutions.

This is despite the fact that robust laws governing anti-money laundering measures have been in place in the Pacific nation for nearly a decade.

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