HEALTHCARE | Staff Reporter, New Zealand

Māori investor TPT buys 4% stake in Asia Pacific Health Group

The group operates 25 laboratories and 150 collection centres in New Zealand.

Māori direct investment fund Te Pūia Tāpapa (TPT) has bought a 4% stake in New Zealand-based Asia Pacific Health Group (APHG) from the New Zealand Superannuation Fund and Ontario Teachers, according to a press release.

NZ Super and Ontario Teachers will each retain 48% stake.

APHG has more than 2,000 staff operating across its network of 25 laboratories and 150 collection centres around New Zealand. It performs more than 6.7 million pathology patient episodes annually, and also provides veterinary pathology and analytical testing services.

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