Trojan Holdings

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Trojan Holdings is a major privately held New Zealand tourism company, based in Queenstown.

The company is owned by founder Sir John Davies, a former mayor of Queenstown-Lakes and prior to that mayor of Queenstown Borough. As of 2019, Davies has an estimated net worth of $140 million.[1][2] Both his son Mike, and daughter Jacqui are directors of the company, and part of the management.[3]

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