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CLSAP NZ hit with $770,000 fine for anti-money-laundering law breaches over $50m in transactions
13 Sep 2021

A New Zealand derivatives trading firm and subsidiary of a Hong Kong company has been fined $770,000 for breaching anti-money-laundering laws over nearly $50 million of suspicious transactions.

CLSA Premium New Zealand Limited (CLSAP NZ) admitted it was out of line with the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT) Act in a High Court settlement with the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) earlier this year.

By Sam Hurley, The New Zealand Herald, 13 September 2021

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