Callaghan: no idea about conflicts in We Are Indigo investigation

Callaghan: no idea about conflicts in We Are Indigo investigation
Investigator John Borland (centre) picks up an International Insurance Investigator of the Year Award in the US in 2019 (Image: Defsec.net)
Pattrick Smellie
Callaghan Innovation says it does not know whether the private investigator it hired to look into the credentials of business advisory firm Manaaki/We Are Indigo (Indigo) had a conflict of interest, and that it wouldn’t have changed anything if there was one.The agency contracted John Borland of Auckland-based private investigation service Isacorp, to do due diligence on a number of firms that responded to a request for proposals (RFP) for its 2022 Founder Incubator and Accelerator Programme earlier this year.Callaghan, the government&rsq...

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