Hinerangi (Waikato, Ngaati Mutunga) is the Chair of Tainui Group Holdings. She was appointed to the Board in November 2017 as a representative of Te Arataura, the executive committee of Te Whakakitenga o Waikato. Hinerangi is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, a member of the New Zealand Order of Merit, the current Chair of Moana NZ and former Chair of Paraninihi Ki Waitotara Incorporation. She is also a director of Sealord, Watercare and several iwi commercial entities. In 2017 Hinerangi was named the Maori Woman Business Leader of the Year.
Hinerangi Raumati Tu'ua
Tania (Ngaati Raukawa, Ngaati Maniapoto) joined the TGH board in 2015. She was a director on the Boards of AgResearch and Landcare Research, and for Mighty River Power for 13 years. In 2014, she was the first Maaori director on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Board, and she’s been a member of the Waitangi Tribunal since 2008.
Tukoroirangi (Tuku) Morgan (Ngaati Makirangi, Ngaati Mahuta, Ngaati Maahanga) re-joined the Board in March 2021 following his appointment as a Te Arataura representative. Tuku has served the iwi in a wide range of capacities over three decades, including as the co-Negotiator for the Waikato River settlement. He is the current Chair of Te Arataura and is a former co-Chair of the Waikato River Authority and Member of Parliament and had an extensive career in broadcasting. Tuku previously served on the TGH Board from 2015 to 2017 and maintains interests in several business organisations.
Dean (Ngaati Maniapoto) is an independent director and was Managing Director at transport and logistics company Freightways Group for almost 20 years. Prior to his appointment as a Director of Tainui Group Holdings in August 2019, Dean was an advisor to the TGH Board.
Rebecca is the founder and CEO of Mint Asset Management with 35 years’ experience in the funds management sector. She has held senior investment roles at ING (NZ) Ltd and Johnson Fry in the UK as well as directorships with the Financial Markets Authority and KiwiRail.
Mark was appointed to the Board of TGH in May 2020. He has a strong background in property and port governance, including with Augusta Capital Limited, Shortland Properties and CentrePort. Mark served as an Advisor to the TGH Board prior to his appointment as an independent director.
Te Ohu Amorangi Future Director
Michelle Kemp, Ngaati Mahuta, Ngaati Makirangi is the second appointee to Te Ohu Amorangi, TGH’s future director development programme (appointed July 2022). Michelle is a Principal Planning Consultant at Campbell Brown Planning with 15+ years’ experience in complex planning environments for both the public and private sector. She holds a Masters of Environmental Planning from the University of Waikato and is a full member of the NZ Planning Institute.