Corporate Trustee Services is a leading specialist corporate trustee company in New Zealand, with more than NZ$100 billion under trusteeship and supervision. We are part of Public Trust, and are New Zealand's sole Crown-owned trustee company.
Our business operates independently of other Public Trust operations, but shares its stability, integrity and resources.
General Manager CTS
Andrew is a chartered accountant with over 25 years' experience in the trustee and financial services industries in New Zealand an Asia.
Elena has over 10 years' experience in a variety of legal, tax and finance roles.
Manager, Client Services
Leszek has over 20 years’ experience in the funds management industry. Leszek joined Corporate Trustee Services at Public Trust in July 2018.
We focus on the corporate trustee market, and work with business customers and groups of investors on a wide range of public and private investment schemes. This includes managed funds, KiwiSaver schemes, superannuation schemes, corporate debt and custodial services.
Corporate Trustee Services' strengths are our reputation, our established roots and depth of experience. The integrity inherent in our ownership has made us the first choice for many New Zealand corporate organisations looking for corporate trustee services, and has seen the evolution of a thorough set of standards and values.
The Public Trust name represents integrity, honesty and reliability. If you're launching a venture, our reputation, experience and approach will enhance your project's credibility and help gain the confidence of investors and their advisers.
Corporate Trustee Services is an active industry participant and is a member of the Trustee Corporations Association.
Corporate Trustee Services was formed in 1967 as a separate business division within Public Trust. In 2000 we acquired New Zealand Permanent Trustees, which retains its own identity under Public Trust.
Under the Financial Markets Supervisors Act 2011 (FMS Act) Public Trust is licenced by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) to act as a trustee or supervisor of: