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Succession Forms

    • Succession Process
    • Share Transfer Form
    • Deed of Indemnity & Statutory Declaration
    • Application for Transfer of Shares (Will)
    • Application for Transfer of Shares (MLC)

Document Downloads

Update your Details

    • Individual Registration Form
    • MIL Whanau Trust Registration Form
    • Individual Trustee Registration Form

Missing Shareholder and Succession Information

Kaumātua Grants

For 2022 Eligible shareholders and trustees will need to complete a Kaumātua Grant Registration form. Each individual applying for a grant will be required to provide a form of photographic identification (drivers license), a verified copy of your birth certificate, a utility bill addressed to the individual applicant, and a verified bank account in the name of the applicant. All Kaumātua grants will be reviewed by the Grants Sub-Committee in November of each year, and a grant will be made in December.


As AML (Anti-Money Laundering) requirements are now in place, Shareholders or Trusts who are not compliant with these requirements would have receive a letter requesting further information. Please ensure that you complete the action points set out in the letter in order for you or your trust to be compliant.

For all Shareholder enquiries please email: or call the office.

What is a Missing Shareholder 

A "missing shareholder" is either a shareholder for whom we have lost contact with (no address held) or a shareholder who is deceased view missing shareholders list

What do I do if I have seen my name on the "missing shareholders" list

You will need to complete and return to our office an "Individual Registration" form.

Contact our office and we will post the form to you.

What do I do if our Whanau Trust is on the "missing shareholders" list

The Trustees will be required to complete and return to our office an "Individual Trustee Registration" form as well as a "MIL Whanau Trust Registration" form.

Contact our office and we will post the form/s to you.

How to do a Succession

To begin succession an original verified/certified copy of the following documents will be required:

To further help understand MIL's Succession Process the following material is available to view:


Minimum Shareholding

In accordance with MIL's Constitution the minimum number of shares that a shareholder may hold in the Company is ten (10) shares.  When a shareholder holds less than the Minimum Holding of shares then they may not transfer any number of their shares less than the full number held.  This is to avoid shareholdings becoming uneconomic. Only current shareholders can receive less than ten (10).  These are the following options availabe:

  1. One beneficiary (pending how many shares the current shareholder holds) can receive the shares, or
  2. The formation of a Whanau Trust for the benefit of all descendants, or
  3. The sale of the shares - Buyers List available from our office

With any of the options above we will require written consent from all the entitled descendants. Consent forms can be obtained from our office.



  • Updating Shareholder Details
  • Missing Shareholders

Change of Address or Bank Account

1. Change of Address

    • A change of address cannot be amended over the phone.

2. Change of Bank Details

    • Bank details will not be amended over the phone.



Schedule of Missing Shareholders

This Schedule of Missing Shareholders details whose shares were repurchased and cancelled by Maori Investments Limited on 30 June 2012.

The Board may reissue the cancelled shares and reinstate the unclaimed dividends to any Missing Shareholder or his or her successors. 

The Board must first be satisfied that:

    • The proposed shareholder is a Missing Shareholder or a Whanaunga of a Missing Shareholder; and
    • The proposed shareholder would have been entitled to be registered as the holder of all or a portion of the shares of the Missing Shareholder if those shares had not been cancelled; and
    • The proportion of shares to be issued to any successor of a Missing Shareholder is the correct proportion having regard to the Will of the Missing Shareholder and any other person through whom the proposed shareholder claims to be entitled or, if any of those people died intestate, the law of succession applying to their estates.

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