The Auckland conference included coverage of New Zealand, but not in any sense that it was preening itself. New Zealand has not been free of corruption. What it has done, however, is to create a number of institutions that, along with public opinion, help to check it, even amid the uncertainties and opportunities created by deregulation, corporatisation and privatisation. Those institutions, Judge Satyanand shows in Chapter 13, are not merely governmental. The private sector has adopted the same methods as the Ombudsman.