The South Island Takahē is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand. Declared extinct in 1898, the bird was rediscovered 50 years later in 1948.

At Takahē Capital, we concentrate on the development and implementation of resilient and durable trading strategies.

Good, resilient trading strategies are hard to find. They have a clear rules-based design which depends on a limited number of inputs. Designing trading systems in that way is what makes them robust. It enables them to cope with our ever-changing market environments and withstand the many tests of time.

A unique survivor, the South Island Takahē symbolizes our focus on resilient trading strategies and is the reason why we decided to name our company Takahē Capital.

The image of the Takahē used on this website is officially licensed from Erin Forsyth.