The Department of Internal Affairs

The Department of Internal Affairs

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Services › Anti-Money Laundering › List of Reporting Entities

The listing of a business does not mean that the Department of Internal Affairs has approved of or licensed the activities of the business. Nor does it mean that the Department of Internal Affairs certifies compliance with the AML/CFT Act or any other legislation. This list represents a current assessment of our reporting entities. The list is not exhaustive or conclusive and is subject to change.

The Department's AML/CFT Reporting Entities:

Current List of Reporting Entities:

Previous Lists of Reporting Entities

Previous lists can be found on data.govt.nz:
https://catalogue.data.govt.nz/dataset/department-of-internal-affairs-aml-cft-reporting-entities

Please note:
  1. Businesses that appear on this list have been identified as reporting entities, supervised by the Department of Internal Affairs, under section 5 of the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009
  2. Businesses supervised by the Department of Internal Affairs include casinos, money service businesses (including currency exchange and money remittance/transfer), payroll remittance, lending and other services (including non-bank non-deposit-taking lenders, debt collection and factoring), financial leasing, cash transporters, safe deposit/cash storage, and issuing and managing means of payment (including non-bank credit card providers) and any other reporting entities not supervised by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand or the Financial Markets Authority.
  3. The list represents our current assessment and will be subject to changes made from time to time.
  4. This list is not complete, exhaustive nor conclusive. Businesses that do not appear on this list but do meet the definition of reporting entity under the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (the Act) will be subject to the obligations created by that Act. If you own, or know of a business that falls within the definition of reporting entity under the Act, and is one of the types of businesses described above, that is not on the list please contact the Department of Internal Affairs by emailing details to amlcft@dia.govt.nz
  5. If your business is on this list and you do not agree that it falls within the definition of reporting entity under the Act please contact the Department of Internal Affairs by emailing details to amlcft@dia.govt.nz
  6. Banks, life insurers and non-bank deposit takers are supervised by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and can access information at www.rbnz.govt.nz Issuers of securities, trustee companies, futures dealers, collective investment schemes, brokers, and financial advisers are supervised by the Financial Markets Authority and can access information at www.fma.govt.nz
  7. This list is not an official or statutory register of reporting entities. It is for information only.
  8. The listing of a business does not imply that the Department of Internal Affairs has approved of or licensed the activities of the business and does not certify compliance with the AML/CFT Act or any other legislation.
  9. This list does not constitute the Financial Service Providers Register under the Financial Service Providers (Registration and Dispute Resolution) Act 2008 No 97 (as at 01 April 2011), Public Act


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