The Financial Markets Authority says it has filed its civil proceedings in the High Court in Auckland and is seeking monetary penalties and court costs. Photo: ShutterstockThe Financial Markets Authority says it has filed its civil proceedings in the High Court in Auckland and is seeking monetary penalties and court costs. Photo: Shutterstock
The Financial Markets Authority says it has filed its civil proceedings in the High Court in Auckland and is seeking monetary penalties and court costs. Photo: Shutterstock

New Zealand regulator sues Hong Kong forex trader for money laundering, terrorism financing law breaches

  • New Zealand arm of CLSA Premium accused by regulator of failing to conduct due diligence, report suspicious transactions
  • Transactions at issue occurred between April 2015 and November 2018, according to Financial Markets Authority
Topic |   Banking & Finance
The Financial Markets Authority says it has filed its civil proceedings in the High Court in Auckland and is seeking monetary penalties and court costs. Photo: ShutterstockThe Financial Markets Authority says it has filed its civil proceedings in the High Court in Auckland and is seeking monetary penalties and court costs. Photo: Shutterstock
The Financial Markets Authority says it has filed its civil proceedings in the High Court in Auckland and is seeking monetary penalties and court costs. Photo: Shutterstock
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