Welcome to Kumul Consolidated Holidings (KCH)
KCH is the entity which holds in trust, the Government’s non-petroleum and non-mining assets. KCH (formerly known as IPBC) was established in July 2002 under the Independent Public Business Corporation of Papua New Guinea Act 2002 (the “IPBC Act”). KCH, is mandated to hold all Government-owned commercial assets in trust and to manage those assets to improve commercial performance and underpin economic development. KCH is not responsible for the Government’s mineral, oil and gas assets.
To enchance and transform all State-Owned Enterprises to deliver premier services and economic returns.
Kumul Consolidated Holding’s unifying values of integrity, passion and professionalism are epitomised in one common goal: to ensure quality SOE service provision to the people of PNG.
To steer the holiding entity and its respective SOEs to become profitable organisations; delivering reliable, affordable and efficient services whilst adhering to good corporate governance and best practices.
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We remain committed to developing positive change in our communities.
Kumul Consolidated Holdings (KCH) is Papua New Guinea Government’s
trustee shareholder in the state-owned enterprises.
Kumul Consolidated Holdings (KCH) Chairman Peter Aitsi and Chair of the KCH Audit & Risk Committee James Gore today announced that their Board had endorsed a Whistleblower Policy.
Work on the reform of State-Owned Enterprises has resumed – with Air Niugini first in line – following disruptions and delays caused by the coronavirus crisis.