Law & Regulation

Tax fraudster’s bid to remain liquidator dismissed again

Denise McNabb
Tue, 31 Aug 2021

Tax fraudster’s bid to remain liquidator dismissed again
Kamal was censured in 2011 for breaching NZICA code of ethics and lacking technical competence. (Image: Office of the Chief Justice)
Denise McNabb
Tue, 31 Aug 2021
The court of appeal has dismissed a bid by convicted tax fraudster, Imran Mohammed Kamal to overturn a Restructuring Insolvency and Turnaround Association (RITANZ) decision barring him from its membership because he did not meet the "good character" requirement. Without membership the Porirua accountant cannot practise and must relinquish all work by Wednesday, Sept 1 when new rules come into force requiring insolvency practitioners to be registered to do liquidations. Kamal must first have RITANZ membership to register then...

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