Shares in Centuria Capital Group (ASX: CNI) are gaining today. In fact – they’ve reached a new all-time high. Right now, the Centuria share price is $2.97, which is 2.77% higher than its previous close.
The Centuria share price has also gained an impressive 8% over the last 5 trading days, and 10% over the last 30 days.
Let’s take a look at what Centuria has been up to over the past month.
The month that’s been for Centuria
Possibly the biggest news out of Centuria this year has been its takeover of fellow ASX-listed real estate funds management company Primewest.
Primewest officially delisted on 29 June.
The takeover saw Centuria paying $1.51 per share of Primewest. Each lot of $1.51 was made up of 20 cents cash and 0.473 Centuria securities.
Following the takeover, the value of Centuria’s assets under management has increased by 90% to $16.8 billion.
That makes it the fourth largest real estate fund manager on the ASX.
Unlisted capital raise
On 10 June, Centuria announced the company’s unlisted Centuria Government Income Property Fund (CGIPF) was to undertake a $133 million capital raise.
The capital raise was the largest unlisted single asset capital raise that Australia had seen in 15 years.
The cash was to go towards purchasing a high rise building in Melbourne’s Footscray.
The 14-storey office building was to cost the fund $224 million.
Centuria share price snapshot
2021 has been a ripper year for the Centuria share price.
So far, its gained more than 14% year to date. It is also 68% higher than it was this time last year.
The company has a market capitalisation of around $2.2 billion, with approximately 784 million shares outstanding.