NANA BY THE NUMBERS, 2014

REVENUE:

$1.6 billion

DIVIDENDS:

  • NANA declared $9.4 million in dividends to more than 13,600 shareholders in 2014.
  • The Trustees of the NANA Elders' Settlement Trust voted to issue a $2000 per Elder distribution. This distribution is made possible by a contribution from NANA Regional Corporation, voted on by our board of directors. The Trust was established by NANA in 2008 to provide a modest special distribution to NANA shareholders 65 years of age or older.

RESOURCES:

  • In FY 2014, NANA received $143.2 million in net proceeds from the Red Dog Mine. Of this amount, $93.7 million was distributed to other Alaska Native corporations pursuant to the 7(i) sharing provision of ANCSA.
  • More than 561 NANA shareholders were employed at the Red Dog Mine in 2014, comprising approximately 54 percent of the total workforce.

THE AQQALUK TRUST:

The Robert Aqqaluk Newlin, Sr. Memorial Trust (Aqqaluk Trust) is a non-profit organization founded in honor of Robert Newlin, a great leader of the Inupiat people and NANA. The Aqqaluk Trust was established by NANA to benefit the Alaska Native community of the northwest arctic region by preserving the Inupiaq language, awarding education and training scholarships and enhancing Inupiaq culture.

  • NANA contributed more than $1.5 million to the Aqqaluk Trust this fiscal year.
  • In 2014, the Aqqaluk Trust awarded $842,000 in scholarships to 366 NANA shareholders, dependents and descendants.

EMPLOYMENT:

  • More than 15,282 people earned a NANA family of companies or affiliates paycheck in 2014.
  • In 2014, more than 5,750 Alaskans were employed at a NANA company.
  • More than 1,516 NANA shareholders were employed by our companies and affiliates in 2014, earning approximately $67.2 million in wages.

BUSINESS:

  • NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. was ranked number three on Alaska Business Monthly's 2014 list of top 49 Alaska companies, also known as the "Top 49ers".
  • Overall, our businesses performed well despite challenging global economic times.