TBK Capital specialises in sourcing funds for Business and Property projects.

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Welcome to TBK Capital } Specialists in connecting Private & Institutional funders with commercial opportunities.


About } TBK Capital

TBK Capital is a boutique merchant banking firm - established to connect private & institutional funders with Business and Property related projects. As a result, we are able to consult on and structure innovative funding options – through traditional sources and via private placement.

The benefit for the borrower is flexibility and choice. The benefit for the funder is the exposure to a multitude of commercial projects – either via debt funding or via equity placement. learn more?


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Business Funding

TBK Capital works with businesses to determine their need for funds and the application thereof.

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Property Funding

Traditional bank, non-bank and private lending, underwriting and equity and quasi-equity investment including shares, preference shares, convertible notes, and other forms of financial instruments

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The aim of this service is to work with clients and to develop strategies around raising equity and debt.

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TBK Capital was established to help people to obtain loans, raise money, acquire capital, and partner with others through joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions.

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Featured Projects } Selection of our Projects

DryNZ Capital Raise - Exports to China
Description: DryNZ is a Waiuku-based dried ingredients supplier whose business is focused on the export of dried New Zealand fruit and vegetable powders, pieces and slices. It uses a unique vacuum drying technology to manufacture a variety of products, such as breakfast foods, smoothies, fruit teas, snack foods.
Date: 25/2/2020 Click here for more information
Luxury Home development – projected 40% return
Description: Our client has an option to purchase a vacant elevated site atop a prized bay-side location known as ‘The Cliffs’ in Nelson. He is an experienced Property Investor and Developer, and intends to build a luxury home on the site for sale.
Date: 20/2/2020 Click here for more information
Property Investment
Description: Those of you who read my last Newsletter – Investment in Property - may recall I said “Many years ago, when I was introduced to my first job in Investment Banking, I still remember the advice from the founder of the business saying “Property has been, is now, and always will be the best investment.”
Date: 31/1/2020 Click here for more information
High Growth Potential - IoT Industry
Description: TBK Capital is excited to bring to the market a high growth innovative IoT company founded by an award-winning entrepreneur.
Date: 11/12/2019 Click here for more information
Established Funeral Business
Description: Stonehaven Funerals & Memorials Limited operate a boutique funeral service business in Gisborne. The property holds a Resource Consent to operate a funeral home and crematorium and they now wish to build a new Funeral Home building.
Date: 2/12/2019 Click here for more information

News } Stay informed

Panic? Borrowing and investing will continue!

As 2020 financial year draws to a close, I’ve had the time to reflect on the recent coronavirus scare – which appears to have introduced some panic on the financial markets. This is a moving matter but at the time of writing this newsletter

13/3/2020 - Read more →

Investment in Property

Many years ago, when I was introduced to my first job in Investment Banking, I still remember the advice from the founder of the business saying “Property has been, is now, and always will be the best investment.”

12/12/2019 - Read more →

Interest rates and risk

My Newsletter last month - Spring has sprung! - made a number of observations about Jacinda Ardern’s marvellous entry into politics, the lack of substance in the Government underneath, and the rather good state of the New Zealand economy. Well so far so good, nothing much has changed since then.

5/12/2019 - Read more →

Sping has sprung!

In it I made the observation that in a report on a recent survey, instead of saying 31% of businesses expected a deterioration in general economic conditions over the coming months, should have said 69% didn’t expect a deterioration - which my logic says is the mathematical result. But maybe that’s just me.

16/10/2019 - Read more →

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