RBNZ's Orr 'off-the-record' in Transparency International speech

Paul McBeth
Mon, 29 Oct 2018

By Paul McBeth Oct. 29 (BusinessDesk) - Reserve Bank governor Adrian Orr will extol the virtues of transparency for an initiated few in an off-the-record speech to anti-corruption campaigners Transparency International tonight.  Billed as a speech on the relevance of transparency, accountability and integrity in the financial services sector, a Reserve Bank spokesman said the address to the organisation's New Zealand annual meeting in Wellington won't be published as it's off-the-record.  Transparency International chief executive Juli...

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