Kiwi Property is a New Zealand property investment company that was founded in 1992. Shares in the company can be traded on New Zealand’s Exchange (NZX), so keep reading for step-by-step instructions on how to buy KPG shares.
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Kiwi Property was founded in 1992 by Richard Didsbury and Ross Green. After starting life as Kiwi Income Property Trust, Kiwi Property transitioned to its current name and a company structure in 2013.
A diversified property investment company, Kiwi Property focuses on real estate in New Zealand only and manages a portfolio of shopping centres and office buildings around the country. It owns over $3.2 billion of New Zealand property and manages in excess of $400 million worth of property on behalf of third parties, making Kiwi Property the largest diversified property company on the NZX.
Kiwi Property is headquartered in Auckland.
In its 2021 annual report, Kiwi Property announced its financial results for the year ended 30 March 2021. Key figures included:
|Name||Kiwi Property Group Limited||Industry||REIT-Diversified|
|Type||Ordinary shares||Date listed on NZX||22 Dec 2014|
|End of financial year||March||Chief executive officer||Clive Mackenzie|
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