Raukawa ki te Tonga AHC Limited (AHC), the commercial and investment arm of Raukawa ki te Tonga Charitable Trust (the Trust), has restructured its governance transitioning from a board with executive directors to a non-executive board and a Chief Executive. Raukawa ki te Tonga Charitable Trust was established in 2010 as the Mandated Iwi... Keep Reading
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Taupō-based IWIinvestor, the investment and financial advisory provider, today announced that is launching Project Whetū – investment governance training for those who act as trustees or have responsibility for investment decisions. Keep Reading
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IWIinvestor targets assets under management of $1 billion in five years Taupō-based IWIinvestor, the investment and financial advisory provider plans to significantly expand its business over the next five years on the back of the growing Māori economy. Executive Chair Debra Birch said, “IWIinvestor is committed to being New... Keep Reading
A renewed partnership between Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ) and Māori is being celebrated at a special event on the Whanganui River. WSNZ CEO Jonty Mills will join Māori water safety advocate and educator Rob Hewitt and Te Taitimu Trust founder Zack Makoare for a powhiri and water safety workshop. 130 Māori youth will also be given the... Keep Reading
Keeping safe in the water is one of the life skills being taught at Te Taitimu Trust’s annual five-day Summer Camp in partnership with Ngati Pahauwera Development Trust and with support from Water Safety New Zealand (WSNZ). Keep Reading