NZ International Fraud Film Festival, 13 and 14 November 2019
ASB Waterfront Theatre Auckland, 138 Halsey Street

The Fraud Film Festival will deliver two full days of films and documentaries about fraud and its prevention, followed by live discussions, to inspire awareness and debate around these issues. While New Zealand has consistently become known as one of the least corrupt countries in the world, the reality of fraud and its impacts may not always be as we have perceived it. The aim of the festival is to increase public awareness about fraud and foster cross-industry collaboration in the fight against it.

As CFA Society New Zealand is sponsoring the Panama Papers movie, we can offer members a special invitation and exclusive 25% EARLY BIRD OFFER to attend Day 1 (business session – 13 November) of this exciting and informative event.



Prices excl. GST

DAY ONE 13 November

9:00 AM Doors open
9:15 AM Welcome speeches
9:30 AM Movie – The Kleptocrats (83 mins) – NZ Premiere. Documentary on the world’s biggest white-collar heist, Malaysia’s $3.5 billion 1MDB scandal. It involved government corruption at the highest level, abuse of power and international money laundering.
11:00 AM Panel discussion
11:30 AM Hosted Lunch
12:30 PM Inside Lehman Brothers (77 mins) – NZ premiere. The corporate culture of Lehman Brothers is examined through the stories of staff who tried to sound an alarm about suspicious transactions and subprime mortgage abuses.
1:47 PM Panel discussion – corporate culture / whistleblower / company ethics
3:45 PM The Panama Papers (100 mins) – NZ premiere. Documentary on the massive data leak (and journalists’ investigations that followed) into a global corruption scandal exposing NZ as a desired destination for foreign trusts suspected of potentially hiding funds from tax and other agencies.
5:20 PM Panel discussion – Investigative Journalism / accountability / migration of capital & safeguards around it
5:50 PM 2019 Anti-Fraud Awards
6:00 PM Drinks & networking

DAY TWO 14 November

Tickets can be purchased for Day 2, from just $15 to watch a film

There is also a free session at 10am on day two; Scam prevention with Fair Go

Please visit the website for more information and to book tickets