HSBC is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations, serving more than 38 million customers through four global businesses: Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Global Private Banking. HSBC’s network covers 66 countries and territories in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, North America and Latin America, with around 3,800 offices worldwide. In 1987, HSBC became the first overseas bank to be granted a banking licence in New Zealand. Headquartered in Auckland with an office in Wellington, HSBC operates in New Zealand as a branch of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, incorporated in Hong Kong SAR. HSBC provides a wide range of banking services in New Zealand via three global businesses: Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Commercial Banking, and Global Banking and Markets.
Cathay Pacific AirwaysCathay Pacific offers up to 3 flights per day from Auckland to Hong Kong, the gate way to China. From Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific and sister airline Dragonair offer over 400 flights every week to over 20 destinations across China. Travelling to China lets you relax before the work begins as you sit back and enjoy Cathay Pacific reknown service straight from the heart. For more information check our website.
Auckland International AirportAuckland Airport is the major connection between the world and “the land of the long white cloud”.
It is where New Zealand touches the world - welcoming visitors and farewelling friends.
Auckland International Airport Limited (Auckland Airport) was formed in 1988, when the New Zealand Government corporatised the management of Auckland International Airport. In 1998, the Government sold down its shareholding, and Auckland Airport became the fifth airport company in the world to be publicly listed.
At the SKYTRAX World Airport Awards, Auckland Airport has been voted Best Airport in Australia Pacific for six years in a row. Auckland Airport is also a major driver of the New Zealand economy, generating billions of dollars for the economy, creating thousands of jobs, and making a vital contribution to New Zealand trade and tourism by strengthening connections with the world.
Over 70 per cent of visitors enter or leave New Zealand via Auckland Airport, which handles over 14 million passengers a year. More than 20 international airlines serve Auckland Airport, Australasia’s second busiest international airport, after Sydney.
As New Zealand's major transport hub, Auckland Airport is investing in an airport and traveller experience that all New Zealanders can be proud of.
Auckland Airport is continually developing the capacity and services to ensure it will sustainably cope with an anticipated 24 million passengers a year by 2025, reflecting New Zealand’s growing popularity as one of the world’s leading tourism destinations.
HKNZBAThe Hong Kong New Zealand Business Association has been helping foster business links since it was founded in 1988. It is a member of the Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide, a unique network of 33 Hong Kong Business Associations in 24 countries with more than 10,000 individual associates. We work with several Hong Kong Government agencies and provide our members with a solid network of contacts in Hong Kong and substantial knowledge databases.
The New Zealand China Council, established in 2012, The Council acts as a cross-sector, peak body for the New Zealand-China relationship. The Council brings together a high-level influential group of key players in the relationship from government, business, academia and the community and leverages their influence and networks in support of deeper, stronger and more resilient links between New Zealand and China.
New Zealand Trade and Enterprise is the Government agency charged with a single purpose: growing companies internationally, bigger, better and faster, for the benefit of New Zealand. We employ 600 people, have over 200 private sector partners and draw on a global network of thousands more. We have people based in 50 offices, working across 24 time zones and 40 languages to support New Zealand businesses in over 100 countries. Our global presence lets us deliver value to the businesses we support, through our unique know-how (knowledge and experience) and know-who (networks and connections).
North Asia CAPE
The North Asia Centre of Asia-Pacific Excellence (North Asia CAPE) is committed to helping New Zealand build sustainable, future-focused economic and cultural relationships with Greater China, Japan, and Korea. We have two priority areas: working with NZ businesses, particularly SMEs, seeking to internationalise in China, Japan, and Korea; and encouraging New Zealanders, especially school and tertiary students, to learn Chinese, Japanese or Korean, and to enhance their understanding of the diverse cultures of North Asia. Find out more: northasiacape.org.nz