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Gary Hughes

Gary Hughes says perhaps the AML/CFT Statutory Review is a prime opportunity to remind policy-makers that small steps can be taken to ‘right-size’ the rules for local conditions
18th Oct 21, 10:43am
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Gary Hughes says perhaps the AML/CFT Statutory Review is a prime opportunity to remind policy-makers that small steps can be taken to ‘right-size’ the rules for local conditions
Gary Hughes provides a roadmap for navigating the Ministry of Justice AML/CFT Statutory Review
16th Oct 21, 9:35am
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Gary Hughes provides a roadmap for navigating the Ministry of Justice AML/CFT Statutory Review
The ACT Party wants to get the ball rolling on finding a less burdensome and less complicated way for New Zealand businesses to comply with international anti-money laundering expectations
28th Jul 21, 11:02am
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The ACT Party wants to get the ball rolling on finding a less burdensome and less complicated way for New Zealand businesses to comply with international anti-money laundering expectations
Absent an agreed Purchase Price Allocation (PPA), a vendor can unilaterally determine a PPA that may significantly impact the purchaser’s tax position
21st Jun 21, 4:34pm
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Absent an agreed Purchase Price Allocation (PPA), a vendor can unilaterally determine a PPA that may significantly impact the purchaser’s tax position
When suppliers agree to prevent, restrict or limit their supply or production into a market where they are competing, they are acting as an illegal cartel - even when market demand falls sharply causing oversupply
20th Apr 21, 10:30am
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When suppliers agree to prevent, restrict or limit their supply or production into a market where they are competing, they are acting as an illegal cartel - even when market demand falls sharply causing oversupply
Gary Hughes points out that those who 'merely' add restrictive clauses to a mundane commercial contract risk becoming accidental cartelists. The consequences can be severe
29th Mar 21, 10:41am
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Gary Hughes points out that those who 'merely' add restrictive clauses to a mundane commercial contract risk becoming accidental cartelists. The consequences can be severe
When a customer is conned by a fraudster & in an out of character move sends significant sums of money overseas, does a bank have any AML-CFT Act responsibilities?
17th Oct 18, 5:00am
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When a customer is conned by a fraudster & in an out of character move sends significant sums of money overseas, does a bank have any AML-CFT Act responsibilities?