Serious Fraud Office / Te Tari Hara Tāware
- The SFO investigates and prosecutes serious financial crime.
- Works to prevent financial crime and corruption in New Zealand’s public sector by providing guidance and raising awareness.
- Focuses on serious fraud which may include one or many victims, alleged fraud of generally more than $2 million, complicated fraud that needs special investigative skills and resources, people in positions of high public interest, and bribery and corruption.
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