Our OrganisationOur mandated representative voice
Ngāti Koata Group
There are three organisations within the Ngāti Koata Group
- Ngāti Koata Trust
- Te Pātaka a Ngāti Koata Trust
- Koata Ltd
From the Trust offices in Whakatū (Nelson) our Ngāti Koata operations team develop programmes and initiatives that aim to support the strategic goals and aspirations of the iwi.
A particular focus is cultural revitalisation, which includes initiatives to reconnect members with their sense of identity and whakapapa, primarily through te reo.
Our activities are funded from revenue generated from assets that span fisheries and aquaculture, commercial property, financial investments and rents from Crown entities.
There is also a focused effort to seek funding from external entities to support these activities.
By preparing today for a bountiful tomorrow we will ensure our people are connected, united and culturally dynamic. That our places are healthy and sustainable for future generations and our taonga are safe and available for the advancement and sustenance of it’s people.
The Ngāti Koata Trust Deed sets out the functions and purposes, and provides for the control, governance and operation of Ngati Koata Trust
Te Pātaka a Ngāti Koata Trust
Te Pātaka a Ngāti Koata Trust is the Post Settlement Governance Entity established by Ngāti Koata to receive redress from the Crown following the Waitangi Tribunal Hearings.
The Trustees for this Trust are:
Koata Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ngāti Koata Trust. It is an Asset Holding Company in compliance with the Fisheries Act.
Koata Ltd’s holdings include:
Shareholder in the following Ring Road companies:
- Tasman Bay Ring Road Farming Ltd
- Tasman Bay Ring Road Spat Catching Ltd
- Golden Bay Ring Road Farming Ltd
- Golden Bay Ring Road Spat Catching Ltd
Te whakakitenga | Vision
Te hokinga mai o te manu hākapakapa
Ngāti Koata are flourishing
Ngā whāinga matua | Purpose
Tiaki Tangata, Tiaki Taiao, Tiaki Taonga
Caring for our People, Places and Treasures
Te ahunga | Mission Statement
Hei hāpai i ngā whai hua o te iwi
To support the cultural, social, spiritual, political and economic wellbeing of our people and places
Ngā tikanga | Our Values
Kaitiakitanga, Whanaungatanga, Rangatiratanga, Kōtahitanga, Whakatupuranga, Āhuatanga, Mātauranga, Manākitanga and Wairuatanga