Serious Fraud Office

SFO probe closes without prosecution

A Serious Fraud Office probe into one of New Zealand's largest privately owned construction companies - which involved raids on two premises and the seizure of computers - has been closed with no prosecution brought.

Revelations spiral about SFO-case city lawyer

Five former clients who lent money to Dunedin lawyer John Milne have come forward to consider joining a recently launched "affected persons register".

Departing SFO boss hints at huge fraud case

The Serious Fraud Office is investigating a potential fraud which could involve more than $250 million.

90 fraud charges laid in LWR collapse

The Serious Fraud Office has charged former Lane Walker Rudkin Industries (LWR) director Ken Anderson with 82 counts of fraud involving $118 million.

Investigation into missing money at society

Police and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) are investigating allegations of employee fraud at one of New Zealand's oldest friendly societies, the Hibernian Catholic Benefit Society.

Accountant pleads guilty to $2m fraud

A Kapiti Coast accountant pleaded guilty today to fraud amounting to more than $2 million.

Hanover investigation advances

Hanover investigation advances

The Serious Fraud Office said yesterday it had been conducting an investigation into Hanover Finance for the past three months and it had reasonable grounds to believe fraud might have been committed.

Blue Chip firms face no charges

The Serious Fraud Office will not be laying charges against the group of failed Blue Chip companies - a decision likely to anger more than 2000 investors owed more than $80 million.

SFO swoops on WSD premises in Auckland

SFO swoops on WSD premises in Auckland

The Serious Fraud Office yesterday executed search warrants in Auckland on WSD Global Markets Ltd, a New Zealand stock exchange-accredited futures and options company.

SFO to give urgent priority to corruption probe

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) says it will give urgent priority to its investigation into allegations of corruption against a former ACC staff member.

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