IWIinvestor is New Zealand’s leading Māori-owned investment and financial advisory service.
IWIinvestor protects and grows the wealth of clients
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IWIinvestor provides low cost, independent, and socially responsible investments that acknowledge each client's risk profile.
We currently deliver quality investment outcomes to clients including individuals, charitable trusts, Māori entities and investment organisations. On their behalf, we now manage circa $200 million providing financial portfolio advice and administration.
IWIinvestor is a Financial Advice Provider (FAP) licensed and regulated by the Financial Markets Authority to provide financial advice. We also hold a Discretionary Investment Management Services (DIMS) licence granted by the FMA.
Established in 1998, IWIinvestor is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lake Taupō Forest Trust.
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