The Serious Fraud Office has commenced a formal investigation into East Wind Company Ltd and its affiliated entities.
Following an investigation by the Serious Fraud Office and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand into CBL Insurance and associated entities, the SFO has today filed criminal charges.
An employee of a charitable trust that provided financial support to the office of the Māori King has pleaded guilty to charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
A prominent Māori performing arts educator has admitted defrauding a tertiary education provider and a Crown agency of approximately $1.25 million.
A former employee of a company owned by Sir Peter Jackson and Dame Fran Walsh has been sentenced to two years and five months’ imprisonment on charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
A former school administrator has been sentenced to 10 months of home detention and 150 hours of community work for defrauding a Māori immersion school of approximately $250,000.
Four property investors have been charged with fraudulently obtaining millions of dollars in home loans.
A former employee of Rural Livestock Ltd has pleaded not guilty to charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
Four people have been charged by the Serious Fraud Office for allegedly manipulating Westland District Council’s procurement processes for financial gain.
The former production manager of an aircraft manufacturer, The Vintage Aviator Limited (TVAL), has been convicted of fraud on charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
An Auckland woman has pleaded guilty to defrauding a Māori immersion school of approximately $250,000 on charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
A Canterbury woman has admitted stealing from the Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB).
A former trustee of a Far North Māori land trust has been sentenced to five years and two months’ imprisonment on charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
The Serious Fraud Office has closed its investigation relating to Thompson and Clark Investigations Limited (TCIL).
The name of one of the men facing bribery charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office can now be revealed after his request for name suppression was declined today.
A foreign exchange broker who defrauded his clients of more than $7 million has been sentenced to six years and three months’ imprisonment and a minimum period of imprisonment of two years and 11 months.
A foreign exchange broker who used forged documents to disguise his company’s financial status has pleaded guilty to fraud.
A man has been charged with accepting a bribe as a council official and obtaining by deception, while his alleged counterpart is charged with giving a gift to a council employee.
The Serious Fraud Office has concluded its investigation into Dr Nigel Murray, the former CEO of the Waikato District Health Board.
A foreign exchange broker whose company is in liquidation has entered no plea to fraud charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.
A former trustee of a Far North Māori land trust has admitted stealing more than $1 million from the trust.
The Serious Fraud Office, with the assistance of the Financial Markets Authority, executed search warrants this morning in relation to an investigation concerning the Dunedin-based financial advisor, Barry Kloogh.
A Wellington man has been charged by the Serious Fraud Office in relation to funds paid for the purchase of reproduction aircraft and the unauthorised use of an aircraft as security to obtain a loan.
A foreign exchange broker has pleaded guilty to running a Ponzi scheme to defraud his clients of more than $7 million.
A former chartered accountant who stole approximately $1.01 million from his clients has pleaded guilty to fraud.
The Serious Fraud Office has received a referral from the Police about a complaint they received in October last year in relation to the disclosure of political donations under the Electoral Act.
Anti-corruption and counter-fraud experts from around the world will soon gather in Auckland to discuss the threats of financial crime and corruption.
A former manager of the Waitangi National Trust, which is responsible for the Waitangi Treaty Grounds, has been jailed for three years and eight months on charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office.