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Succession is the legal process where shares are transferred from one shareholder to another.  Receiving a copy of the legal order is the only way we can transfer shares between shareholders. 

Transferring shares can occur by a Will that has gone through probate, or through the Maori Land Court

PKW encourages shareholders to have a Will describing what you would like done with your shares and land interests.  Without a will, the whānau must apply to the Maori Land Court and this can be a complex and lengthy process.  

Missing Shareholders

Over half (60%) of all PKW shareholders are missing and although we try to find these shareholders this is a constant challenge.  Shareholders can help by keeping their contact details current and or by establishing a whānau trust to keep the shares together.

As a result of missing shareholders we are holding nearly $4.5m in unclaimed dividends. 

Every year we publish the list of missing shareholders and if you recognize anyone please contact us.

Shareholder Forms

Below are the forms for the most frequently requested changes.  If you need more information,  please contact us.

The PKW Trust

Taranaki Iwi netball team taken at Taranaki Tu Mai, 2015 with a Taranaki Toa representative.  Both groups have been supported by the PKW Trust.

PKW Trust

The PKW Trust was established in 1983 to support Taranaki whānui with their education and cultural aspirations.  Today, some of those recipients serve on the Committee of Management and in key leadership roles in our community. 

The Trusts mission is to ‘Seed Potential’ and we are proud of the many seeds we have supported over the years.