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Posted 15 March 2011 - 02:04 PM

Written & released through Mediacom by Laurie EDWARDS.

Media Release
15 March 2011



ACC welcomes conclusion of fraud case
The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) has today welcomed the conclusion of a staff fraud case.
In April 2010, ACC referred a number of concerns about property transactions to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) for investigation. The staff member concerned, Malcolm Mason, was dismissed at the time for failing to follow internal ACC policies and procedures.


Mr Mason was today sentenced to 11 months home detention.



ACC Chief Executive Dr Jan White said the organisation was pleased the matter had come to a conclusion.
“Like other members of the state service, ACC staff members abide by high standards of honesty and integrity. So the actions of this individual were of great concern to us all. I am pleased the matter has been concluded.”
“As soon as suspicions were raised we involved the appropriate authorities and thoroughly reviewed our internal systems. We are satisfied that they are robust”, said Dr White.
“ACC has a zero tolerance policy to fraud or corruption, whether it involves an employee, a contractor, a supplier of services or a client. Wherever we suspect fraud, it will be investigated and action will be taken,” added Dr White.

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Laurie Edwards (0274) 470 255

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 02:24 PM

 hukildaspida, on 15 March 2011 - 02:04 PM, said:

Written & released through Mediacom by Laurie EDWARDS.

Media Release
15 March 2011



ACC welcomes conclusion of fraud case
The Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) has today welcomed the conclusion of a staff fraud case.
In April 2010, ACC referred a number of concerns about property transactions to the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) for investigation. The staff member concerned, Malcolm Mason, was dismissed at the time for failing to follow internal ACC policies and procedures.


Mr Mason was today sentenced to 11 months home detention.



ACC Chief Executive Dr Jan White said the organisation was pleased the matter had come to a conclusion.
“Like other members of the state service, ACC staff members abide by high standards of honesty and integrity. So the actions of this individual were of great concern to us all. I am pleased the matter has been concluded.”
“As soon as suspicions were raised we involved the appropriate authorities and thoroughly reviewed our internal systems. We are satisfied that they are robust”, said Dr White.
“ACC has a zero tolerance policy to fraud or corruption, whether it involves an employee, a contractor, a supplier of services or a client. Wherever we suspect fraud, it will be investigated and action will be taken,” added Dr White.

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For further information contact
Laurie Edwards (0274) 470 255




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Former ACC Property Manager sentenced to 11 months
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15 March 2011

Former ACC National Property Manager sentenced to 11 months home detention following SFO corruption charges


Malcolm David Mason
was sentenced today to 11 months home detention in relation to two Crimes Act and one Secret Commissions Act charges brought by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) arising from his activities as National Property Manager for the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).

Mr Mason had previously admitted corruptly receiving a payment of $160,000 from a property developer in return for using his position at the ACC to ensure the involvement of a developer known to him in the construction and leasing of a new ACC branch office.

Mr Mason also admitted corruptly receiving a gift to the value of $9,000, in the form of a business class trip to the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix, from a real estate agent in return for involving him in securing a long term lease for another ACC building.

In addition to receiving the payment and the gift, Mr Mason also admitted passing a confidential document listing all Government Departmental Security Officers to an associate involved in the business of installing security systems.
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Case summary

Malcolm David Mason is a 50 year old male who had worked at ACC for a period of 32 years. At the relevant time he was the ACC’s National Property Manager. In that role he had responsibility for the procurement of premises for the use of ACC, tendering for the development of such premises and negotiating lease terms between ACC and the landlords of those premises.

$160,000 payment
In late 2006 ACC identified a need to replace some of its existing premises. As National Property Manager, Mr Mason was responsible for overseeing and controlling the process.

Mr Mason passed details of ACC intentions to a property developer with whom he had a personal friendship. This information allowed the developer to purchase the site that Mr Mason subsequently recommended to his superiors as being suitable for the new ACC branch.

Mr Mason’s influence at ACC ensured that the developer received the opportunity to develop the new building and agree a long term lease with the ACC. Once the lease was secured the developer sold the building for a profit and paid Mr Mason $160,000 from the proceeds.

$9,000 gift
In 2007 Mr Mason was tasked with finding another location for ACC offices. He engaged a real estate agent to assist in identifying a suitable site and negotiate a lease.

In 2008 ACC entered into a lease for a site based upon Mr Mason’s recommendations.

For his part in the process the agent received a commission that was consistent with industry practise. Following receipt of his commission payment, the agent paid for Mr Mason to accompany him to the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.

The gift, which included flights and accommodation, was valued at approximately $9,000. Mr Mason neglected to disclose the gift to ACC and later took steps to deceive his supervisor about the true nature of the trip.

Disclosure of Confidential Document
In November 2007 Mr Mason emailed a Government Department Security Office Listing to a personal friend who was in the business of installing and maintaining security systems in buildings.

The document listed the names and contact details of all designated Security Officers within government departments.

The documents is clearly marked “In Confidence”, which is a government level of information security at a lower level than secret.
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Posted 15 March 2011 - 02:40 PM

Malcolm David MASON photo in these links.

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http://www.stuff.co....tion-sentencing



Corrupt former ACC manager gets home detention


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ASHAMED: Malcolm Mason.

Former ACC national property manager Malcolm Mason has been sentenced to 11 months home detention for corruption and bribery.

Mason had accepted bribes and gifts of $170,000, including a $9000 dollar trip to Singapore.

A Serious Fraud Office investigation led to the prosecution.

Wellington District Court judge Denys Barry said: "it was insidious erosion in the integrity of a government agency and government service generally".

He said the money was for Mason's lavish lifestyle.

Mason had grossly breached the trust placed in him, the judge said.

Mason had pleaded guilty to three charges of corruption and bribery and was arranging to pay back $160,000.

Outside the court he said he was ashamed, especially of the effect on his family.
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Posted 15 March 2011 - 03:13 PM

 hukildaspida, on 23 July 2010 - 04:54 PM, said:

A piece of NZ legislation some of you may or may not be aware of that perhaps should be used in any prosecution proceedures should there be the need in respect of ACC matters under investigation.

Secret Commissions Act 1910

http://www.legislati....html#dlm177643

http://www.legislati.../DLM177643.html


Concern over ACC's Nelson HQ grew into corruption inquiry
KAREN GOODGER
Last updated 13:00 24/11/2010

A few raised eyebrows among Nelsonians about ACC's shift into expensive new offices in Collingwood St has grown into a seldom-seen case of bribery and corruption charges against a former state employee.

Former ACC property manager Malcolm Mason, 50, and another person from the private sector who has his name suppressed, both appeared in Wellington District Court yesterday facing eight charges relating to a series of allegedly corrupt property transactions.

Mason has not pleaded to six charges of corruptly disclosing information, accepting bribes and accepting a gift.

The Dominion Post reported that the charges relate to providing governmental security officer listings to Paul Coffey, receiving $160,000 for information on ACC's new Whangarei office, recommending a lease with a particular company and taking over $9000 in relation to a Singapore holiday as a gift from Rohan Hill for having used him as a real-estate agent.

The other man faces two charges of corruptly giving Mason a gift and corruptly bribing him with intent to influence him. Judge Denys Barry granted him name suppression for 14 days.

Serious Fraud Office (SFO) chief executive Adam Feeley was not able to reveal whether ACC's Nelson office formed part of the case against the men, but did confirm that "it is among the property dealings we looked at".

ACC leased its purpose-built office block in Collingwood St for $346,320 a year – a 249 per cent increase on what it paid for its previous premises in Hardy St.

"We looked at four or five property transactions over a 2½-year period and have identified one of particular concern," Mr Feeley said.

The sum of money involved was "not insignificant", he said. "Quite frankly, $100 is serious when it involves public corruption."

The charges were considered to be "relatively rare".

"This has been one of the most serious investigations into allegations of bribery and corruption cases in New Zealand in many years. It is a timely reminder that, despite a global reputation for being the least corrupt country in the world, there are constant and very real threats to that reputation."

Mr Feeley hinted that it would have laid more charges against other people had more adequate laws been in place. "There were other matters we looked into and had concerns with."

The Crown Solicitor advised there were insufficient grounds for further action relating to the office's investigations beyond the persons and transactions at the centre of the charges laid, he said.

Mr Feeley told The Nelson Mail there was nothing to suggest anyone else from ACC, or any public servants, had acted inappropriately.
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"There have been wider, and serious, issues raised by this investigation, including procurement processes in the public sector, the process for referring corruption allegations to law enforcement agencies and the scope of New Zealand's bribery laws."

He said it was not up to him to comment on whether the laws needed changed, but noted the Secret Commission Act dated back to 1910 and had a maximum fine of $1000. "In the context of commercial law, it's a relatively modest sanction. Some might question whether that needs review."

Nelson MP and ACC Minister Nick Smith said it was an "extremely serious" matter when a public servant entrusted with billions of dollars of public money was charged with corruption.

"This arises from concerns raised with me by Nelson constituents about the costs of the new ACC premises in Nelson and subsequent inquiries into ACC's property dealings.

"It's important I leave the matters to the court to resolve, but I welcome the conclusion of the SFO's investigation and their decision to put the matter before the court. I've had no part in the prosecution decisions."

The accused pair were remanded to appear again on December 14.

Bribery and Corruption Laws in New Zealand, including the Secret Commissions Act 1910 need to be brought up to UK level at least
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Posted 15 March 2011 - 03:15 PM

 hukildaspida, on 04 June 2010 - 03:57 PM, said:

New UK Laws re Bribery Act 2010 etc that the Authorities in NZ and other countries could learn a thing or two from.


http://www.opsi.gov....a_20100023_en_1

http://www.justice.g...ribery-bill.htm

http://www.sfo.gov.uk/

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 03:52 PM

 anonymousey, on 15 March 2011 - 03:22 PM, said:

Thank you for all the info :)

interesting that "Mason has not pleaded to six charges of corruptly disclosing information, accepting bribes and accepting a gift"

did this corrupt criminal have a jury trial do you know? know i would love to see some of the transcripts but guess like everything else it will all be secret shadows again :ph34r:



Please refer to posts #63 to #65 today in this thread for the answer you seek.

Sorry if we confused you putting up an earlier dated article after todays Media Releases.
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Posted 15 March 2011 - 04:44 PM

 hukildaspida, on 06 August 2010 - 05:58 PM, said:

Interelated topic please read Barry Davis thread.

http://www.accforum....53-barry-davis/

Is it true that Barry Davis was been implicated in the Jeff Chapman, Robins brothers & Bill Cochrane cases in some way or another?

Barry's father Michael was a Techn Auditor.

Wouldn't you think Barry John Davis would be knowledgable,taking into account his own fathers career background, of whom Mr Jeff Chapman had to report his expenses to?

It's understood Barry Davis's wife, Marianne, has spent time in her career as an Accountant.

Some files need to be reexamined to see who may have ommitted to tell the full truth as a witness etc.



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Overseas travel for ACC, accountants



The National Business Review - 14 Oct 1994 : Page 23
THE CHAPMAN AFFAIR

In his final three years as Accident Compensation Corporation chief executive Jeff Chapman spent an average of five weeks a year travelling overseas. That's disclosed in documents released under the Official Information Act.

A list detailing Mr Chapman's overseas travel shows he spent approximately 113 days overseas from 1990-1993. During the previous five years Mr Chapman spent 82 days overseas, an average of 2.3 weeks a year.

Most of the increase in travel in the 1990-93 period was due to his appointment as president of the New Zealand Society of Accountants. Some of the travel was paid for by the society.

The purpose for most of the travel was to attend conferences and seminars. The complete list of travel is:

Paid for by ACC:

* November 1985: 12 days, Bangkok and Kuala Lumper.

* March 1986: five days, Geneva.

* September 1986: 30 days, Montreal, Stockholm and Geneva.

* February 1987: five days, Lucerne (Switzerland).

* May 1987: five days, Stockholm.

* September 1988: 20 days, Newfoundland, Seattle and British Colombia.

* September 1989: five days, Vienna, Washington, Baltimore.

* April 1990: five days, Berlin.

* September 1990: five days, Newfoundland.

* October 1990: 15 days, Washington, New York.

* January 1991: three days, New York.

* September 1991: five days, Berlin.

* September 1992: five days, London.

Paid for by the Society of Accountants:

* July 1990: 10 days, Perth, Brussels.

* August 1990:10 days, Calgary.

* March 1991: period not known, Bali.

* October 1992: 21 days, Washington.

Part-paid by ACC and part-paid by

Society of Accountants:

* October 1991: 20 days, New York, London, Lisbon - costs split 50%/50%.

* February 1991: 12 days, Geneva - costs split 30% (ACC); 70% (society).

A further list detailing costings of travel in Mr Chapman's chief executive's department was disclosed last year as an answer to a question from Christchurch Central MP Lianne Dalziel. The list prepared by then-minister Bill Birch shows $214,634 was spent on overseas travel in the June 1992 year and $207,369 spent in the four months to October 31, 1992.

The 1992 financial year list details nine instances of overseas travel, two by Mr Chapman:

* Canada: costing $18,556.

* German: costing $11,166.

A further $91,450 is listed as the cost of various visits to Australia by a list of ACC staff including Mr Chapman.

The three most expensive trips by other staff members in the June 1992 year were:

* V Jamieson and R Doyle to Canada, $17,647.

* L Alessi to Germany and England, $14,208.

* D Hutton to Canada, $15,680.

The list for the four months to October lists a further 12 overseas visits, one by Mr Chapman to England costing $12,305.

Mr Chapman is not listed as having travelled to Australia during the period. A comparison with the other list shows Mr Chapman's major travel during the four month period was a 21-day trip to Washington which was paid for by the Society of Accountants.

The most expensive trips by other staff members in the four months to October 31, 1992, were:

* Gerard McGreevy to a management course at Harvard Business School, $20,944.

* Dr R Griffiths and Dr K Howard to Austria, $26,831.

* L Alessi and B Davis to Kenya, $27,959.

* A Nicholls and S Montgomery to USA and England, $28,568.

* Vince Morel to USA and Canada, $22,789.

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What were all these http://www.acc.co.nz/. staff and associates doing on overseas excursions?

What was Barry DAVIS of http://www.acc.co.nz doing in Kenya, South Africa?

How would anyone spend $27,959 for two people on a trip to a third world country?

Barry DAVIS has some serious questions, as a staff member of around 32years, to answer for his expenditure of Public Funds whilst he was employed at http://www.acc.co.nz/
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Posted 15 March 2011 - 05:35 PM

 hukildaspida, on 15 March 2011 - 04:44 PM, said:

NBR

Overseas travel for ACC, accountants



The National Business Review - 14 Oct 1994 : Page 23
THE CHAPMAN AFFAIR

In his final three years as Accident Compensation Corporation chief executive Jeff Chapman spent an average of five weeks a year travelling overseas. That's disclosed in documents released under the Official Information Act.

A list detailing Mr Chapman's overseas travel shows he spent approximately 113 days overseas from 1990-1993. During the previous five years Mr Chapman spent 82 days overseas, an average of 2.3 weeks a year.

Most of the increase in travel in the 1990-93 period was due to his appointment as president of the New Zealand Society of Accountants. Some of the travel was paid for by the society.

The purpose for most of the travel was to attend conferences and seminars. The complete list of travel is:

Paid for by ACC:

* November 1985: 12 days, Bangkok and Kuala Lumper.

* March 1986: five days, Geneva.

* September 1986: 30 days, Montreal, Stockholm and Geneva.

* February 1987: five days, Lucerne (Switzerland).

* May 1987: five days, Stockholm.

* September 1988: 20 days, Newfoundland, Seattle and British Colombia.

* September 1989: five days, Vienna, Washington, Baltimore.

* April 1990: five days, Berlin.

* September 1990: five days, Newfoundland.

* October 1990: 15 days, Washington, New York.

* January 1991: three days, New York.

* September 1991: five days, Berlin.

* September 1992: five days, London.

Paid for by the Society of Accountants:

* July 1990: 10 days, Perth, Brussels.

* August 1990:10 days, Calgary.

* March 1991: period not known, Bali.

* October 1992: 21 days, Washington.

Part-paid by ACC and part-paid by

Society of Accountants:

* October 1991: 20 days, New York, London, Lisbon - costs split 50%/50%.

* February 1991: 12 days, Geneva - costs split 30% (ACC); 70% (society).

A further list detailing costings of travel in Mr Chapman's chief executive's department was disclosed last year as an answer to a question from Christchurch Central MP Lianne Dalziel. The list prepared by then-minister Bill Birch shows $214,634 was spent on overseas travel in the June 1992 year and $207,369 spent in the four months to October 31, 1992.

The 1992 financial year list details nine instances of overseas travel, two by Mr Chapman:

* Canada: costing $18,556.

* German: costing $11,166.

A further $91,450 is listed as the cost of various visits to Australia by a list of ACC staff including Mr Chapman.

The three most expensive trips by other staff members in the June 1992 year were:

* V Jamieson and R Doyle to Canada, $17,647.

* L Alessi to Germany and England, $14,208.

* D Hutton to Canada, $15,680.

The list for the four months to October lists a further 12 overseas visits, one by Mr Chapman to England costing $12,305.

Mr Chapman is not listed as having travelled to Australia during the period. A comparison with the other list shows Mr Chapman's major travel during the four month period was a 21-day trip to Washington which was paid for by the Society of Accountants.

The most expensive trips by other staff members in the four months to October 31, 1992, were:

* Gerard McGreevy to a management course at Harvard Business School, $20,944.

* Dr R Griffiths and Dr K Howard to Austria, $26,831.

* L Alessi and B Davis to Kenya, $27,959.

* A Nicholls and S Montgomery to USA and England, $28,568.

* Vince Morel to USA and Canada, $22,789.

©Fourth Estate Holdings Ltd (573 words)

What were all these http://www.acc.co.nz/. staff and associates doing on overseas excursions?

What was Barry DAVIS of http://www.acc.co.nz doing in Kenya, South Africa?

How would anyone spend $27,959 for two people on a trip to a third world country?

Barry DAVIS has some serious questions, as a staff member of around 32years, to answer for his expenditure of Public Funds whilst he was employed at http://www.acc.co.nz/



To give an idea as to how much an Intrepid Journey from New zealand to Kenya costs in 2011.

http://www.intrepidt...try/?country=KE

Of course it would've been a little different in 1992, more than likely less expensive airfares & accomodation...

Maybe Barry DAVIS would be so kind to answer us those questions, on Oath, of course as it was Public Funds he spent to belonged to people who have accidents causing injuries...


http://www.intrepidt...n_transfers.pdf
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Posted 15 March 2011 - 06:09 PM

http://www.nbr.co.nz...ention-nk-88262

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 03:31 PM

Mr MALCOLM MASON May 2010

Dominion Post, Copyright of Fairfax New Zealand Limited 2009, All rights reserved.

SACKED ACC property manager Malcolm Mason says he wants to move on with his life after fresh allegations emerged that he accepted a free trip from a Wellington architecture firm.

Mr Mason was sacked last month as the Serious Fraud Office launched an inquiry into property deals at the state accident insurer.

Architecture Cubed co-director Giles Alington told the Nelson Mail it had once given Mr Mason a free trip.

Architecture Cubed had been contracted to ACC for 11 years, designing offices and fitouts for its 40 branches nationwide.

Mr Alington confirmed the trip was within New Zealand, but would not say where. "It's the subject of an employment matter between ACC and Mr Mason."

He would not say whether the trip had caused Mr Mason to lose his job.

However, an ACC spokesman confirmed the trip was among issues being considered by the SFO.

Mr Mason denied last night that he had received a free trip from Architecture Cubed.

Asked if he had ever accepted any free trips, he said: "It's not to that extreme, mate."

He would not say that he was unfairly dismissed.

"It was clear in the letters from ACC why I was dismissed. I've taken that and I'm trying to move on with my life.

"This whole thing disappoints me . . . It's trial by media and it's not fair. It's time to move on, mate."

The probe began when Nelson MP and ACC Minister Nick Smith questioned the lease that ACC had signed for a new purpose-built office block in Collingwood St, Nelson. ACC is paying $346,320 a year for the new offices, a 249 per cent increase on what it was previously paying in Hardy St.

Nelson architect Alisdair Daines said ACC's bill of $400 per square metre was "so far above the norm for Nelson it's just not funny".

It is understood Mr Mason worked for ACC for more than 10 years.

Dr Smith has said the SFO investigation would go back many years. He has not named Mr Mason, but said one employee was dismissed over "serious ethical questions" about property arrangements entered into by ACC.

Mr Mason said: "Just because you've been there for a number of years doesn't mean it gives you any more leniency or licence than anyone else. If you've been there for five minutes, the same rules apply."

He would not say whether or not he was defending himself against the allegations, but added: "I'm just trying to move on with my life. I just think the whole media thing is unfair."

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Posted 17 March 2011 - 03:33 PM

Copyright Independent Newspapers, Ltd. Jun 2, 2004

Poor access for claimants is behind ACC's decision to quit its Wairarapa regional office and move in to a purpose-built facility. The corporation has signed a nine-year lease with a Palmerston North development company for a ground floor office still to be built in Masterton's business district. ACC property manager Malcolm Mason said the Masterton office was one of the last remaining branches that did not provide a high profile and good access for customers. Construction of the $900,000 building would begin next month.
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Posted 18 March 2011 - 11:23 PM

This is one and the same Paul COFFEY refered to in post #66.

http://www.propbd.co...4&SID=704303606

21 June 2007:

Voluntary liquidation: Coffey & Wellington split Waterford Security & Independent Monitoring businesses

Company: PCCW Ltd (ex-Waterford Security Ltd) & PCCW No 2 Ltd (ex-Independent Monitoring Services Ltd)

Directors: Paul Coffey & Craig Wellington, of Wellington

Liquidation: 7 June

Solvent: Shareholders restructuring affairs

Liquidators: Iain Shephard & Christine Dunphy (Shephard Dunphy Ltd, Wellington)

Directors’ other main interests: The companies changed their names on 1 June, when 2 replacement companies took their names. Mr Coffey is a director of a new Independent Monitoring Services Ltd (which changed its name from The Hotel Collection Ltd), Alligator Ltd & Menelaus Enterprises Ltd, and a former director of Grenadier Security Ltd. Mr Wellington is a director of a new Waterford Security Ltd and a former director of Nedax Systems NZ Ltd.



This is the same Paul COFFEY from a company that used to be called Alligator Security Ltd that is implicated in this Bribery & Corruption case, who is applying for a Private Investigators License.

Applications have been made for a Private Investigators license for himself for Alligator Ltd and Independent Monitering Services.
Address for Service: Bw Accountants, 17 Garrett st, Wellington.

The first publication of notice was in The New Zealand Herald Friday 18 March 2011, page B6.
Note there are two(2) advertisements one under the other.



Now who is going to object to his renewal of license?

Is Paul COFFEY of "good character"?

Who has he previously used as referees to obtain his licenses?

Were those persons of 'good character'?

We understand Paul COFFEY may have been involved in having a Corporate Box at Westpac "The Caketin" Stadium, http://westpacstadiu...nt-hospitality/ here in Wellington.

They don't come cheaply, do they????


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We understand he spent around $9,000.00 on himself and his associates when they attended the David Tua Boxing match in Waitakere, West Auckland around 12 months ago in March 2010.

We understand Paul COFFEY owed some of his now former staff from Alligator Security money unless he has recently paid it....

We understand he may also have had a trip to Singapore...
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Posted 24 March 2011 - 01:02 PM

So what did Senior Management and it's own Fraud/ Investigation Unit at http://www.acc.co.nz/ do to prevent the recent case in the Criminal Courts that must have been known about by them for years when they should have reported it?

Some pulled the curtains and must have shouted encouragement because they failed to do something about, others thankfully reported it to ensure it stopped.

Remember to Dob in a fellow employee or an http://www.acc.co.nz/ contracted agent if you know they are "ripping off the taxpayer", regardless of who they work for or what role they are undertaking.




close ↑No shame in dob-in campaign; [2 Edition]

Timaru Herald. Timaru: Jun 4, 1998. pg. 4

Abstract (Summary)
You see a burglar climbing out of your neighbour's window, do you (a) ring the police, (B) pull the curtains, or © shout encouragement? If you see someone speeding outside a school and who has to swerve to avoid children, do you (a) shout at the children, (B) continue merrily on your way, or © note the licence plate and contact the police? If you know someone with a job who brags about also collecting the unemployment benefit do you (a) ring Income Support, (B) pat him on the back, or © ignore it?

If you answered a, b and then c, you are probably typical of most New Zealanders, and are just the sort of person Income Support, ACC and the police are seeking the support of in their "dob-in" campaigns. And despite copping some flak about stereotyping and being heavy-handed, their efforts are to be applauded. The country's mind set needs an overhaul.


You see a burglar climbing out of your neighbour's window, do you (a) ring the police, (B) pull the curtains, or © shout encouragement? If you see someone speeding outside a school and who has to swerve to avoid children, do you (a) shout at the children, (B) continue merrily on your way, or © note the licence plate and contact the police? If you know someone with a job who brags about also collecting the unemployment benefit do you (a) ring Income Support, (B) pat him on the back, or © ignore it?

If you answered a, b and then c, you are probably typical of most New Zealanders, and are just the sort of person Income Support, ACC and the police are seeking the support of in their "dob-in" campaigns. And despite copping some flak about stereotyping and being heavy-handed, their efforts are to be applauded. The country's mind set needs an overhaul.

What is the difference between the burglar and the benefit cheat? Both are thieves, but where one is stealing from your neighbour the other is stealing from you the taxpayer. A real difference is that the burglar is faceless, but if it is a friend ripping off the country, would not your best advice be to come clean before they are caught? And of the idiot in the car, would it not be worth the effort the contact the police? The next accident the driver had might just involve a member of your family.

How much better off would the country be if all drivers behaved because they knew everyone was a policeman, or if benefit and ACC fraud was no more? Perhaps 400 fewer road deaths a year plus millions of dollars in associated costs, $75 million in false benefits saved, and $100 million in ACC rip-offs avoided. And in all this, no-one is saying genuine people should not get benefits.
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Posted 24 March 2011 - 01:28 PM

ACC hopes to curb $100m a year in fraud; [3 Edition]

CARDY, Tom. Evening Post. Wellington, New Zealand: May 21, 1998. pg. 9

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ACC launched an anti-fraud campaign today to deter and detect personal injury insurance fraud. The $700,000 campaign, which includes radio and newspaper advertisements, follows on the heels of a $1.5 million anti-fraud campaign by Income Support.

ACC corporate relations manager Alan Seay said today up to $100 million of the $1 billion in payouts ACC made each year could be fraud, and it was at least "in the tens of millions".

Some people could be ripping off the Accident Rehabilitation And Compensation Insurance Corporation to the tune of $100 million a year, the corporation says.

ACC launched an anti-fraud campaign today to deter and detect personal injury insurance fraud. The $700,000 campaign, which includes radio and newspaper advertisements, follows on the heels of a $1.5 million anti-fraud campaign by Income Support.

Last year ACC's fraud prevention and detection unit investigated about 1300 cases of possible fraud and successfully prosecuted more than 260, saving an estimated $20 million.

ACC corporate relations manager Alan Seay said today up to $100 million of the $1 billion in payouts ACC made each year could be fraud, and it was at least "in the tens of millions".

"The insurance industry estimates anything from seven to 10 percent of all claims having a fraudulent component. We look at the median point of 10 percent which is actually quite conservative," Mr Seay said.

ACC chief executive Garry Wilson said the traditional view had been that defrauding ACC was not really a crime, or that it was a "victimless" crime.

"ACC fraud is theft from the community, plain and simple," he said. "Insurance fraud increases costs for all premium payers . . . Those costs are then passed on to consumers."

The campaign included an 0800 number for people to call to name people they suspected of committing fraud or for more information.


Does anyone know what the 0800 number is to report http://www.acc.co.nz/ staff/ internal/ contracted agents fraud?

This 0800 number was clearly set up to provides for claimant fraud.

We were of understanding http://acc.co.nz/set up a fraud unit expressly because of what it's own former staff were doing - Chapman/ Robinscases.

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Posted 24 March 2011 - 01:39 PM

ACC's fraud unit to get $1.25m extra funding; [2 Edition]

STEEMAN, Marta. Dominion. Wellington, New Zealand: Nov 20, 1997. Abstract (Summary)
ACC was looking at the possibility of setting standards for what was an acceptable level of treatment for particular injuries. There had been some cases of over-treatment by doctors, Mr [Garry Wilson] said. Board chairman Bill Falconer, asked about fraud within ACC after the fraud conviction of former chief executive Jeff Chapman, and fraud charges against another former chief executive, Gavin Robins, said internal audit procedures had been stepped up after the Chapman case


ACC is proposing to spend an extra $1.25 million this year beefing up its detection of fraudulent claims.

Last year ACC's board estimated it saved $20 million through its fraud prevention and investigation unit. That included recovering $230,000 from health providers.

Yesterday, new chief executive Garry Wilson presented a proposal to the board to spend up to $1.25 million to strengthen the fraudulent claims investigations unit.

While issuing the ACC's annual report yesterday, Mr Wilson said a lot of the money would be spent on internal development within the unit. Some would be spent on advertising.

Last year ACC undertook 1300 investigations, referring 315 cases for prosecution, resulting in 246 convictions. And its activities were only moderate in this area, Mr Wilson said.

As well there was a continuing audit of health professionals to detect fraud.

ACC was looking at the possibility of setting standards for what was an acceptable level of treatment for particular injuries. There had been some cases of over-treatment by doctors, Mr Wilson said. Board chairman Bill Falconer, asked about fraud within ACC after the fraud conviction of former chief executive Jeff Chapman, and fraud charges against another former chief executive, Gavin Robins, said internal audit procedures had been stepped up after the Chapman case.

The level of internal audit at ACC was higher than in other companies that he had experience of, said Mr Falconer, an experienced company director. It reflected the size of the organisation with 2000 staff and the extensive branch network.

Mr Wilson said his management style was more open than his predecessor's. He ran an open-door policy for staff and encouraged debate in the organisation.

* Competition welcomed p18


So who on the Senior Managment of http://www.acc.co.nz/ Failed to fulfil their Legal obligations from the date of this interview with Bill Falconer?
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Posted 04 April 2011 - 02:49 PM

 hukildaspida, on 15 March 2011 - 04:44 PM, said:

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Overseas travel for ACC, accountants



The National Business Review - 14 Oct 1994 : Page 23
THE CHAPMAN AFFAIR

In his final three years as Accident Compensation Corporation chief executive Jeff Chapman spent an average of five weeks a year travelling overseas. That's disclosed in documents released under the Official Information Act.

A list detailing Mr Chapman's overseas travel shows he spent approximately 113 days overseas from 1990-1993. During the previous five years Mr Chapman spent 82 days overseas, an average of 2.3 weeks a year.

Most of the increase in travel in the 1990-93 period was due to his appointment as president of the New Zealand Society of Accountants. Some of the travel was paid for by the society.

The purpose for most of the travel was to attend conferences and seminars. The complete list of travel is:

Paid for by ACC:

* November 1985: 12 days, Bangkok and Kuala Lumper.

* March 1986: five days, Geneva.

* September 1986: 30 days, Montreal, Stockholm and Geneva.

* February 1987: five days, Lucerne (Switzerland).

* May 1987: five days, Stockholm.

* September 1988: 20 days, Newfoundland, Seattle and British Colombia.

* September 1989: five days, Vienna, Washington, Baltimore.

* April 1990: five days, Berlin.

* September 1990: five days, Newfoundland.

* October 1990: 15 days, Washington, New York.

* January 1991: three days, New York.

* September 1991: five days, Berlin.

* September 1992: five days, London.

Paid for by the Society of Accountants:

* July 1990: 10 days, Perth, Brussels.

* August 1990:10 days, Calgary.

* March 1991: period not known, Bali.

* October 1992: 21 days, Washington.

Part-paid by ACC and part-paid by

Society of Accountants:

* October 1991: 20 days, New York, London, Lisbon - costs split 50%/50%.

* February 1991: 12 days, Geneva - costs split 30% (ACC); 70% (society).

A further list detailing costings of travel in Mr Chapman's chief executive's department was disclosed last year as an answer to a question from Christchurch Central MP Lianne Dalziel. The list prepared by then-minister Bill Birch shows $214,634 was spent on overseas travel in the June 1992 year and $207,369 spent in the four months to October 31, 1992.

The 1992 financial year list details nine instances of overseas travel, two by Mr Chapman:

* Canada: costing $18,556.

* German: costing $11,166.

A further $91,450 is listed as the cost of various visits to Australia by a list of ACC staff including Mr Chapman.

The three most expensive trips by other staff members in the June 1992 year were:

* V Jamieson and R Doyle to Canada, $17,647.

* L Alessi to Germany and England, $14,208.

* D Hutton to Canada, $15,680.

The list for the four months to October lists a further 12 overseas visits, one by Mr Chapman to England costing $12,305.

Mr Chapman is not listed as having travelled to Australia during the period. A comparison with the other list shows Mr Chapman's major travel during the four month period was a 21-day trip to Washington which was paid for by the Society of Accountants.

The most expensive trips by other staff members in the four months to October 31, 1992, were:

* Gerard McGreevy to a management course at Harvard Business School, $20,944.

* Dr R Griffiths and Dr K Howard to Austria, $26,831.

* L Alessi and B Davis to Kenya, $27,959.

* A Nicholls and S Montgomery to USA and England, $28,568.

* Vince Morel to USA and Canada, $22,789.

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What were all these http://www.acc.co.nz/. staff and associates doing on overseas excursions?

What was Barry DAVIS of http://www.acc.co.nz doing in Kenya, South Africa?

How would anyone spend $27,959 for two people on a trip to a third world country?

Barry DAVIS has some serious questions, as a staff member of around 32years, to answer for his expenditure of Public Funds whilst he was employed at http://www.acc.co.nz/



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Welfare cheats, tax rorters and public servants are ripping off more than $600 million a year / File Source: Supplied

* Loss from fraud rises to nearly $600m
* More than 800,000 fraud cases in 2008-2009
* Audit shows reporting becoming more robust

WELFARE cheats, tax rorters and crooked public servants are ripping off more than $600 million a year as part of a fraud epidemic across the Commonwealth.

In a stunning snapshot of national crime, more than 800,000 incidents of fraud were recorded by Centrelink, Customs and other government agencies in 2008-09.

With thousands of families struggling to make ends meet, the cost of welfare fraud rose 10 per cent to $489 million.

And hundreds of public servants were investigated for misusing credit cards, stealing equipment and illegally passing on confidential information.

As the Gillard Government prepares to unveil a horror May Budget, the Australian Institute of Criminology reports just $139 million, 23 per cent, of the stolen money was recovered.

After months of negotiations, the Herald Sun has gained exclusive access to the institute's landmark report, Fraud against the Commonwealth. Released for the first time, the audit shows "reported" fraud against the Commonwealth reached $589 million in 2008-09.


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* Crime and punishment The Australian, 24 Jun 2010



But its authors say fraud is being "underestimated" suggesting the real cost to taxpayers is much higher.

Young people ripping off the dole and single mums on parental payments emerged as the biggest - and costliest - groups of frauds.

More than 700,000 incidents of social security fraud were reported in the 2008-09 audit, which occurred at the height of the global financial meltdown.

Other agencies were also kept busy fighting the national crime wave.

More than 15,000 cases were reported involving international students and other foreigners fraudulently claiming visas and citizenship entitlements.

Millions of dollars were also lost on the wharves and through airports as criminal syndicates tried to avoid paying customs duty on tobacco and alcohol.

While the Institute of Criminology is cautious in assessing fraud trends, it says the 2008-09 audit findings are consistent with other reports showing a rise in crimes against the Commonwealth.

Minister for Home Affairs and Justice, Brendan O'Connor, said the Government had boosted the numbers of people dedicated to fighting fraud across agencies by a third in the past 12 months.

In 2006-07, the loss from fraud was calculated by government agencies to be just $34 million, but this has leap-frogged to nearly $600 million as the level of reporting becomes more robust.

Crooked public servants have also emerged as a big problem with $1.85 million in "internal" fraud reported in the 2008/09 audit.

The misuse of credit cards by senior bureaucrats jumped 10 per cent to 163 incidents, involving 18 separate Commonwealth agencies.

But an even bigger area of fraud involved public servants obtaining and using personal information without authorisation with 1,481 incidents reported.


The rise of professional fraudsters has forced federal authorities to boost resources. The Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions also convicted 4089 people - sending a strong deterrent to criminal elements.

As well, the Government has brought together key crime-fighting agencies - including the Australian Crime Commission and Australian Federal Police - with agencies such as Centrelink and the Tax Office to better tackle fraud.

"We're determined to fight fraud against the Commonwealth by minimising chances for it to occur, and rapidly detecting, investigating and prosecuting fraudsters," Mr O'Connor said.

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Posted 04 April 2011 - 03:31 PM

Fraud Control March 2011

http://www.anao.gov...._March_2011.PDF

Fraud against the Commonwealth annual report 2008-2009


http://resources.new...60218-fraud.pdf
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Posted 22 April 2011 - 05:29 PM

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2005, who signed this off??
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Gordon Nuttall to get two more years' jail after losing appeal

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GORDON Nuttall's corruption was so serious he should spend an additional two years in jail, Queensland's Court of Appeal has ruled.

The Court of Appeal in Brisbane today increased the former Queensland minister's total jail time from 12 to 14 years, Sky News said.

Nuttall was sentenced to five years' jail after being found guilty by a Brisbane District Court jury in October last year of five perjury charges and five counts of official corruption.

The charges related to Nuttall's corrupt receipt of $150,000 in payments from businessman Brendan McKennariey in return for helping him secure government contracts.

This sentence was to be served on top of the seven-year sentence he received in 2009 for 36 counts of receiving secret commissions.

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The latest five-year term was today increased to seven years, taking the total combined sentence to 14 years.

This means Nuttall will now have to spend an additional 18 months behind bars before he can apply for parole in July 2015.

In his written judgment, Justice John Muir said the original sentence had inadequately reflected the seriousness of Nuttall's offending.

"The offending conduct calls for severe punishment to mark its public denunciation in no ambiguous way and to serve as a deterrent to others who may be tempted to abuse high office," he said.

Justice Muir said Nuttall had shown no remorse, and that he lacked any insight into his criminality and the effect it had on public confidence in the parliamentary process.

Nuttall was not in court for the decision.

To read more on the Gordon Nuttal decision, visit Sky News.

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This should make the New Zealand Judicial system look very embarrassed for the lenient punishment & sentence that former http://www.acc.co.nz/ Property manager Malcolm Mason received.

Come on those of you who have worked, or are still working at http://www.acc.co.nz be unashamed to speak out about those you know who have got away with dishonest conduct in your department over the years.

They know who they are & have held positions of Power & Authority and ripped off the people of New Zealand and contributed to the ballooning numbers of those on sickness & invalid's benefits, which we all pay for through our taxes.

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