Crown, Ngāti Awa, NZ Super Fund to investigate Māori co-investment fund

Paul McBeth
Wed, 05 Jul 2017

By Paul McBeth July 5 (BusinessDesk) - Government officials will buddy up with Ngāti Awa Group Holdings and the New Zealand Superannuation Fund to find out whether it's feasible to set up an investment fund for various iwi to pool their resources. Ngāti Awa and the Super Fund put forward the idea of a Māori co-investment fund during a series of hui earlier this year as a means for iwi to benefit from the opportunities afforded to investors with scale. He kai kei aku ringa, the Crown-Māori economic partnership jointly led by the Ministry o...

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