Conduct committee wants accountant in Gilchrist Anderson tax dodge struck off

The professional conduct committee for accountants wants Wellington accountant Imran Mohammed Kamal to be struck off. 

The NZ Chartered Accountants Disciplinary Tribunal has found Mr Kamal brought the profession into disrepute when he was convicted of six offenses punishable by imprisonment, but is still determining what penalty will apply.

Mr Kamal had played a key role in the fictitious invoice writing scheme of former Inland Revenue Department official Brent Gilchrist and former associate Scott Anderson


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