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Craigs Investment Partners

The history of Craigs Investment Partners began in 1984 when Neil Craig, now Executive Chairman, established Craig & Co in Whakatane. Over the next 17 years Craig & Co expanded, opened a number of branches in the North Island and established its head office in Tauranga.

In 2001 Netherlands-based ABN AMRO, a global financial institution agreed to take a 50% shareholding in the company and Craig & Co became ABN AMRO Craigs.

In 2007 a consortium of Fortis, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Santander globally acquired ABN AMRO. This effectively meant ABN AMRO's 50% equity stake in ABN AMRO Craigs, was now owned by RBS. Two years later RBS announced withdrawal from the New Zealand market and sold back their 50% equity interest to ABN AMRO Craigs and the company name was changed to Craigs Investment Partners.

In 2010, Craigs Investment Partners and the Deutsche Bank Group officially formed a strategic alliance, whereby the Deutsche Bank Group holds a 49.9% equity interest in Craigs Investment Partners. The remaining 50.1% stays with our existing shareholders. The strategic alliance with Deutsche Bank allows us to provide world class equities trading and global research capability. It also provides trans-tasman solutions for multi-national investment banking transactions.


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