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  •   Home > News > Politics

    An anti-money laundering expert says a new Government campaign lacks clarity

    An anti-money laundering expert says a new Government campaign lacks clarity


    Justice Minister Andrew Little has launched the Keep Our Money Clean campaign, which aims to highlight the extent of money laundering in New Zealand.

    Ron Pol of AML Assurance is eager for more details on where the initiative might lead.

    He says the Government needs to give more details on its policy objectives in relation to laundering.

    It's estimated more than a billion dollars a year is laundered through drug dealing and fraud.

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