Geoffrey Taylor

6 Dec 18, 5:00am
From North Korean gun running to El Chapo's drugs cartel; New Zealand Police have received more than 350 criminal investigation enquiries about NZ companies the notorious Taylors established 
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8 Mar 18, 12:00pm
French fraudster Fabien Gaglio, a homeless man in Latvia, the infamous Geoffrey Taylor & New Zealand shell companies
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6 Mar 18, 11:15am
New Zealand heaved under the grip of Rugby World Cup fever. To celebrate the event the French gifted two sculptures. They were paid for with stolen money
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24 Feb 18, 7:38am
Malaysian police arrest 3 men over alleged 1 billion ringgit (about NZ$350m) Ponzi scheme with 70,000 victims that was run through a NZ company
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23 Jan 18, 5:02am
Gareth Vaughan writes to Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi arguing for tougher action over the misuse of NZ companies and our FSPR
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26 Sep 17, 12:36pm
Shell company incorporator Ian Taylor, who shot to prominence in 2009 over the activities of SP Trading Ltd, has again been linked to a company involved in illicit weapons dealing
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7 Sep 17, 11:07am
NZ's Jetfield Networks & Larkstone Ltd, the US$142.5 mln tipped into the alleged Azerbaijani Laundromat, and their formally warned NZ company agent Equity Trust International
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2 May 17, 8:01pm
Four NZ financial service providers, an infamous Taylor, a curious director & shareholder, China, the Gold Coast, and the world's easiest country to start a business in
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30 Nov 16, 5:25pm
Michael Field takes a look at the new offering from a key player involved in the famous saga of a NZ company that was at the centre of a North Korean arms smuggling operation
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27 May 16, 1:15pm
Nelson's stock exchange, 'a big Ponzi scheme,' and other tales from John Key's offshore financial services centre
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2 Apr 12, 4:09pm
No plans to tighten world's easiest company registration rules but Govt says 'programme of work' will crack down on illegal overseas activities of NZ registered firms
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20 Sep 11, 4:01pm
Commerce Minister Simon Power wants taxman to help crack down on NZ registered companies implicated overseas in smuggling, money laundering and tax fraud
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