Offenders that commit crimes for financial gain generally need to launder their illicit funds to make them usable. In New Zealand, the key crimes that generate proceeds that need laundering are those involving drugs, tax evasion and fraud. These offences cause significant harm in our communities. The proceeds of crime generated through laundering pose particular threats to New Zealand’s finance, property and retail sectors, as well as New Zealand’s standing internationally.
Inland Revenue is heavily involved inRead More