Roles and responsibilities
Ngāpuhi Asset Holding Company Limited, also referred to as ‘NAHC’ is the Group’s commercial entity, ensuring the financial future of Ngāpuhi and facilitating opportunities for regional growth and development.
NAHC was formed as a separate commercial company in 2007 and operates with a Board of Directors. The organisation is lead by CEO Paul Knight and his team.
The company strives to balance economic growth with the values and long term objectives of its parent body, Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi.
In the short history of the company they have concentrated on the diversification of their investments. Their long term vision is to protect the financial future of Ngāpuhi and provide opportunity for growth and development.
Their key services include:
- Significant Māori fisheries quota holder
- Major shareholder in Moana New Zealand with association in Sealord
- Deepwater fisheries operations
- Joint owner of Kaikohe Berries
- Local commercial property portfolio
- Equity / investment portfolio
- Business development.
NAHC is a subsidiary of Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-Ō-Ngāpuhi and an important partner organisation within the Ngāpuhi Rūnanga Group.
NAHC is also the parent company for a subsidiary company, Kaikohe Berries.
Board of Directors
NAHC is governed by a Board of Directors with extensive governance experience, knowledge and networks.
A list of Board member’s other board and governance roles are available in the latest Annual Report (see pages 48-54).