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NZ Inc. Anti-Corruption Training Initiative


NZ Inc. Anti-Corruption Training Initiative

Come along and celebrate matariki with a warm breakfast and an opportunity to network with others who are working to address corruption in New Zealand through knowledge, good governance and by building strong integrity systems

Launch of free Anti-Corruption Training

All New Zealanders should be proud of our very low levels of perceived public sector corruption.

Conversely, the level of interaction New Zealand businesses and public sector organisations are having with parts of the world where corruption is commonplace is at an all-time high. This inevitably means the pressure to keep New Zealand corruption free and to protect New Zealand businesses from falling foul of anti-corruption legislation continues to climb.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear about some free online and in-person training that has been put together by experts in the field. This practical support will help better protect New Zealanders from exposure to bribery and corruption risk.

Please join Ministers Hon Anne Tolley, Hon Craig Foss and your peers (or recommend a colleague in your place) in either Auckland or Wellington for these unique events:
Wellington

Speakers

Hon Craig Foss, Minister of Commerce

Julie Read, CEO and Director of the Serious Fraud Office

Phil O'Reilly, CEO of Business New Zealand

Ian Tuke and Fiona Tregonning, Directors, Transparency International New Zealand Inc.

Josh Blackmore, Partner, Chapman Tripp; and Lorinda Kelly, Associate Director, Deloitte Forensic

Event Details

Date: Thursday 19 June 2014

Time: 7.20am, please be seated with your light breakfast by 7.30am

Minister starts session: 7.45am sharp

Session concludes: 8.35am

Venue: Level 16, Deloitte Centre 10 Brandon Street Wellington

Rsvp: aileenng@deloitte.co.nz


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