March 2020 What is Social Enterprise? Social enterprise is any business venture primarily used to address a purpose other than profit. The idea is that a business can be profitable enough to be self-sustainable and therefore have greater resources to have a stronger impact than a standard registered charity. The concept challenges a standard view… Read More.

June 2018 New Zealand has passed a law called the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (we will call it the AML/CFT law). The purpose of the law reflects New Zealand's commitment to the international initiative to counter the impact that criminal activity has on people and economies within the global community.… Read More.