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World Money Laundering Report
Type of conduct: 
Money Laundering
Case Summary: 

Over a period of some 13 months, a remittance agent in New Zealand brought more than NZD53 million into the country for a single customer while paying little or no attention to the regulatory requirements imposed on it by laws designed to detect and deter money laundering. The case is interesting because it is brought against a company and its owner and another person.

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