Investment options

Business returns and a balanced lifestyle are a great combination. There are lots of ways you can choose to invest here that could compliment your immigration status. 

Visas

There are specialist business or investment visas available that could help with your Immigration status.

Find out more about Immigration Visas on the Immigration NZ website.

A healthy business environment

New Zealand is recognised globally as being a safe place to invest and do business (based on a website statement by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise – a government agency).

In fact, we’re ranked No. 1 in the world for protecting investors by the World Bank in its 2013 ‘Doing Business’ report.

Scale and global reach

New Zealand may look small on a map, but we punch above our weight when it comes to global trading.

Due to our location and excellent trade connections with the rest of the world, it’s easy to scale operations internationally.

Economic Stability

New Zealand is considered a stable, well-functioning economic environment operating on free-market principles.

We have sizeable manufacturing and service sectors complementing a highly efficient agricultural sector. Exports of goods and services account for around one third of real expenditure GDP.

New Zealand has a low-inflation environment, with monetary policy managed by an independent central bank that maintains price stability.

We have a long-standing flexible exchange rate. There are no exchange controls or restrictions on bringing in or repatriating funds.

The tragic and unexpected earthquakes in Christchurch caused a transitory dip in economic growth, yet the rapid rebuild is predicted to contribute significantly to economic growth in the coming years.

A healthy business environment

New Zealand is reassuringly secure when it comes to financial stability and transparency. 

In fact, we’re ranked No. 1 in the world for protecting investors by the World Bank in its 2012 Doing Business report.

Scale and global reach 

New Zealand may look small on a map, but we bat above our weight when it comes to global trading. 

Due to our location and excellent trade connections with the rest of the world, it’s easy to scale operations internationally. 

Economic Stability 

New Zealand is considered a low-risk, well-functioning economic environment operating on free- market principles. 

We have sizeable manufacturing and service sectors complementing a highly efficient agricultural sector. Exports of goods and services account for around one third of real expenditure GDP. 

New Zealand has a low-inflation environment, with monetary policy managed by an independent central bank that maintains price stability.

 We have a long-standing flexible exchange rate. There are no exchange controls or restrictions on bringing in or repatriating funds.

The tragic and unexpected earthquakes in Christchurch caused a transitory dip in economic growth, yet the rapid rebuild is predicted to contribute significantly to economic growth in the coming years.