Cook Islands Investments Corporation – Statement of Corporate Intent 2022-2026

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The Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) is pleased to release its new Statement of Corporate Intent (SCI).

Covering the period from July 2022 to June 2026, and refreshed each year, the SCI outlines how CIIC intends to best fulfil its function of managing and maintaining ‘quality assets that serve the Cook Islands people’.

“The purpose of the SCI is to outline for the Cook Islands public our organisation’s strategy, vision, values, achievements, upcoming milestones, financial targets and key performance areas,” says CIIC Chairperson Michael Henry.

“It’s like a navigation chart for how we intend to carry out our work, and the basis on which we are prepared to be held accountable.”

CIIC’s SCI is required to be produced and published annually under the CIIC Act.

The SCI is available to be viewed or downloaded from the CIIC website; www.ciic.gov.ck. If any member of the public wishes to make a written submission to CIIC with regard to our new Statement of Corporate Intent, they can provide feedback or make a written submission by email, ciic@cookislands.gov.ck, or by delivering this to our offices, next to Prestige Furniture, Takuvaine Road, Avarua.

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