The Cook Islands Investment Corporation (CIIC) is a statutory Corporation of the Cook Islands Government. CIIC was established in 1998 to manage Crown assets including land and properties on Rarotonga and the outer islands, and subsidiaries.

CIIC has a vision of Crown assets that are well managed and operated consistent with modern commercial practices, good governance principles and government’s social policy objectives.

Key functions

  • Maintenance of government owned buildings
  • Management of housing and commercial properties and sports facilities
  • Secretariat to the Infrastructure Committee (IC)
  • Implementation of strategic property redevelopment programmes
  • National asset management planning .
  • Management of the Crown land and leases
  • Policy direction to its subsidiaries and performance oversight
  • Administering Cook Islands Government Property Corporation.

Main Subsidiaries

  • Te Aponga Uira o Tumu Te Varovaro
  • Airport Authority
  • Bank of Cook Islands
  • Ports Authority