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Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand Notice of Decision of Disciplinary Committee At a hearing held on 13 March 1997, the Disciplinary Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of New Zealand heard charges against Glenn Phillip Curach of Auckland. Glenn Phillip Curach did not appear before the disciplinary committee and was considered to have pleaded not guilty to the charges in that the member had been convicted of a crime involving dishonesty as defined by section 2 of the Crimes Act 1961, and had been guilty of grave impropriety and/or infamous conduct in a professional respect. After receiving evidence and hearing submissions on behalf of the investigation committee, the disciplinary committee found the charges proved. Acting under section 24 (3) (a) of the New Zealand Society of Accountants Act 1958, the disciplinary committee ordered that the name of Glenn Phillip Curach be removed from the Register of Members of the institute and fixed the date of 13 March 2007, after which the member could apply for reregistration under the Act. Glenn Phillip Curach was also ordered to pay to the society the sum of $1,911.41 (including G.S.T.) in respect of the costs and expenses relating to the inquiry by the disciplinary committee and the investigation by the investigation committee. The disciplinary committee ordered that its decision be published in the Chartered Accountant's Journal of New Zealand, the New Zealand Gazette and the New Zealand Herald newspaper with mention of the member's name and locality. Dated the 21st day of April 1997.
Publication Date
1 May 1997

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