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

Some Opportunities for 2017
Description: Having spent Christmas at home in Auckland - as it seems so did a surprising number of our friends – I’m pleased to say you don’t have to leave home to have a very enjoyable time during the Christmas and New Year break.
Date: 16/1/2017 Click here for more information
Dried Fresh Expansion - New Capital Raise
Description: Over the last 15 years Driedfresh has developed and refined a dehydration technology that allows fruit, vegetables and other foods to be dried at lower cost and superior quality to alternative methods such as thermal and freeze drying.
Date: 9/12/2016 Click here for more information
Gratia Social Travel App - New Capital Raise
Description: Gratia is a new Social Travel App which provides visitors, tourists and you with a new way to engage with friends, meet new people, and discover and share interests.
Date: 12/11/2016 Click here for more information
Manuka Bonds - 8% Return + Bonus Interest
Description: TBK Capital has been appointed as a sub-distributor of Manuka Bonds, a new high yielding investment with an interest rate of 8% per annum and the opportunity to share in some potential upside in the value of the underlying Manuka honey that is being used as security for the bonds.
Date: 15/9/2016 Click here for more information
Offshore Mineral Exploration
Description: Our client, Cass Offshore Minerals Limited, is in the process of raising capital to commercialize substantial iron sand mineralization off the coast of New Zealand.
Date: 9/9/2016 Click here for more information

News } Stay informed

Busy Year - Current Offers

I’m amazed how fast this year has gone and the surprises it has brought – I meant Donald Trump the next President of the United States! And John Key resigning as PM here! What next?

14/12/2016 - Read more →

Investing in Property and Fixed Interest

It’s been a pretty busy few weeks, with Donald Trump elected U.S. president, Leonard Cohen's death, and then earthquakes in the South Island. Not that I’m saying any of these are related.

25/11/2016 - Read more →

Baby Boomers, Interest Rates & Retirement

Interest rates are always a subject followed closely by borrowers and investors alike, so I thought it was about time I revisited this topic. In my January newsletter I noted that commentators at that time were concerned a rise in interest rates was fraught with risks, and that it was unlikely the world was going to quickly return to a high interest rate environment.

29/10/2016 - Read more →

Social Change and Immigration

My guess is, like most of us here, the news that Great Britain was leaving the EU came as a bit of a shock. But in retrospect I now wonder why I might have even been surprised.

6/7/2016 - Read more →

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