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Ian Taylor

NZ's Advanced Global Markets Ltd, with wife of infamous ex-pat Kiwi company agent as a director, is alleged to have taken millions of dollars from overseas investors via a foreign-exchange scam
24th Sep 20, 3:03pm
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NZ's Advanced Global Markets Ltd, with wife of infamous ex-pat Kiwi company agent as a director, is alleged to have taken millions of dollars from overseas investors via a foreign-exchange scam
FMA says investors may be misled about the extent to which AG Markets is regulated under New Zealand law after interest.co.nz highlights claims on the ex-NZ registered financial service provider's website
19th Nov 19, 12:22pm
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FMA says investors may be misled about the extent to which AG Markets is regulated under New Zealand law after interest.co.nz highlights claims on the ex-NZ registered financial service provider's website
Gareth Vaughan on what the purpose of an economy is, another Taylor special, Brexit & icebergs, embracing socialism & probing Trump
15th Mar 19, 10:00am
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Gareth Vaughan on what the purpose of an economy is, another Taylor special, Brexit & icebergs, embracing socialism & probing Trump
Gareth Vaughan on the NZ links to major international money laundering scandals, Iceland's GFC bounce back, reversing China's one child policy & the phenomenon of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
6th Mar 19, 10:03am
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Gareth Vaughan on the NZ links to major international money laundering scandals, Iceland's GFC bounce back, reversing China's one child policy & the phenomenon of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
A resurrection; How Etana Custody Ltd, a company whose CEO & major shareholder has never been to New Zealand, got kicked off NZ's financial service providers' register and then got itself back on
5th Mar 19, 5:00am
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A resurrection; How Etana Custody Ltd, a company whose CEO & major shareholder has never been to New Zealand, got kicked off NZ's financial service providers' register and then got itself back on
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 
6th Dec 18, 5:00am
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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 
Registrar of Companies Ross van der Schyff boots company service provider that received official AML warning, and some of its clients, off the Companies Register
30th Jan 18, 12:20pm
Registrar of Companies Ross van der Schyff boots company service provider that received official AML warning, and some of its clients, off the Companies Register
Gareth Vaughan writes to Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi arguing for tougher action over the misuse of NZ companies and our FSPR
23rd Jan 18, 5:02am
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Gareth Vaughan writes to Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Kris Faafoi arguing for tougher action over the misuse of NZ companies and our FSPR
Department of Internal Affairs issues formal anti-money laundering warning to company service provider operating through virtual office in downtown Auckland
19th Dec 17, 12:28pm
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Department of Internal Affairs issues formal anti-money laundering warning to company service provider operating through virtual office in downtown Auckland
Returning to the basic concept of a company, collecting verified information, regulators focusing on policy effectiveness rather than box ticking & other ways to tackle the misuse of NZ companies
24th Nov 17, 5:02am
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Returning to the basic concept of a company, collecting verified information, regulators focusing on policy effectiveness rather than box ticking & other ways to tackle the misuse of NZ companies
Six years after then Commerce Minister Simon Power detailed extensive problems with NZ shell companies, the problem persists. So what can be done about this?
22nd Nov 17, 5:32pm
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Six years after then Commerce Minister Simon Power detailed extensive problems with NZ shell companies, the problem persists. So what can be done about this?
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
26th Sep 17, 12:36pm
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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
Gareth Vaughan argues it's time to ban offshore trust and company service providers from NZ activities, licence local ones, and hold them to account if their clients break the law
10th May 17, 2:16pm
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Gareth Vaughan argues it's time to ban offshore trust and company service providers from NZ activities, licence local ones, and hold them to account if their clients break the law
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
2nd May 17, 8:01pm
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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
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
30th Nov 16, 5:25pm
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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
Yet another batch of curious New Zealand financial service providers emerge, and they all have three things in common
20th Oct 16, 5:16pm
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Yet another batch of curious New Zealand financial service providers emerge, and they all have three things in common
Are economists obsessed with Auckland's growth and growing divergence with the rest of NZ actually stuck in the dark ages?
21st Mar 15, 10:46am
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Are economists obsessed with Auckland's growth and growing divergence with the rest of NZ actually stuck in the dark ages?