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Conflicts of interest

Managing conflicts of interest

Our assurance specialists have created another guide in their What good looks like series. This user-friendly guide is for governors and senior managers managing situations where their responsibilities in a public organisation conflict, or could be seen to conflict, with another interest.

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People matter

We treat others with dignity and respect. We care for each other, take time to listen, and value everyone’s contribution. We support our people to realise their potential. We take responsibility for our decisions and actions. We celebrate our achievements.

Trevor Makanza

Trevor Makanza, Audit Manager

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Karen MacKenzie

Karen MacKenzie, Audit Director

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Have you seen our model financial statements?

Commentary for 31 December 2021 reporting by Te Pūkenga subsidiaries

The subsidiaries of Te Pūkenga (New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology) reported for a full 12-month period in their 31 December 2021 financial statements. We've prepared some information to help their finance teams with that reporting.


Tutuki Tertiary Institute 2021

We've updated the model financial statements for tertiary education institutions, using the public benefit entity (PBE) Accounting Requirements for Tier 1 and Tier 2 entities.


Commentary for 30 June 2022 reporting by Crown entities

We’ve prepared some information to help finance teams with reporting for 30 June 2022.


Te Motu District Health Board 2020/21

Here is our 2021 update to the model financial statements for district health boards, using the public benefit entity (PBE) Accounting Standards. We've included an example disclosure related to the recently announced health sector reforms.

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