Ngāi Tahu buys 2.82% Crown stake in Invercargill Airport
Hon Tony Ryall
Minister for State Owned Enterprises
Ngāi Tahu buys 2.82% Crown stake in Invercargill
The Crown has sold its 2.82% shareholding
in Invercargill Airport Ltd for $5,600 to four papatipu
rūnanga of the Ngāi Tahu iwi, State-Owned Enterprises
Minister Tony Ryall has announced.
has never received a dividend from the investment in
Invercargill Airport Ltd. Invercargill City continues to
hold 97.18% of the shares in the company,” Mr Ryall
The Crown’s shareholding in the company was
subject to a Deed of Grant of Right of First Refusal held by
Te Rūnanga O Ngāi Tahu which outlined a process to be
followed in the event of the Crown deciding to sell its
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