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|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
A2 Milk Company Ltd (ASX: A2M) is a fresh milk and infant formula company that sources, produces and supplies a2 brand milk and milk-related products in Australia and globally. a2 Milk holds the mantle as the only producer of fresh cows' milk that naturally contains the A2 protein type and no A1 protein.
After listing on the ASX in 2015, the A2M share price has gone from strength to strength, becoming one of Australia’s largest listed companies. However, the company has been under pressure since July 2020 amid a rapidly changing infant formula market and daigou channel in China. The A2M share price has plummeted more than 70% in the 15 months since.
|25 Jan 2022||$5.45||$0.36||7.07%||11,392,286||$5.20||$5.54||$5.19|
|24 Jan 2022||$5.09||$-0.03||-0.59%||4,456,793||$5.05||$5.11||$4.97|
|21 Jan 2022||$5.12||$-0.22||-4.12%||7,739,697||$5.31||$5.33||$5.09|
|20 Jan 2022||$5.34||$-0.03||-0.56%||3,976,655||$5.33||$5.38||$5.28|
|19 Jan 2022||$5.37||$-0.03||-0.56%||2,234,550||$5.36||$5.41||$5.32|
|18 Jan 2022||$5.40||$0.02||0.37%||1,881,314||$5.38||$5.42||$5.36|
|17 Jan 2022||$5.38||$0.05||0.94%||2,130,991||$5.35||$5.41||$5.30|
|14 Jan 2022||$5.33||$-0.11||-2.02%||4,941,831||$5.43||$5.44||$5.31|
|13 Jan 2022||$5.44||$-0.09||-1.63%||2,962,669||$5.51||$5.52||$5.41|
|12 Jan 2022||$5.53||$0.02||0.36%||2,544,236||$5.51||$5.55||$5.49|
|11 Jan 2022||$5.51||$-0.05||-0.90%||2,105,063||$5.51||$5.55||$5.49|
|10 Jan 2022||$5.56||$0.08||1.46%||2,682,303||$5.47||$5.56||$5.46|
|07 Jan 2022||$5.48||$0.08||1.48%||2,800,780||$5.45||$5.51||$5.42|
|06 Jan 2022||$5.40||$-0.11||-2.00%||5,822,077||$5.51||$5.52||$5.36|
|05 Jan 2022||$5.51||$-0.07||-1.25%||3,168,540||$5.58||$5.61||$5.50|
|04 Jan 2022||$5.58||$0.12||2.20%||2,869,319||$5.55||$5.60||$5.50|
|31 Dec 2021||$5.46||$-0.10||-1.80%||2,195,445||$5.57||$5.58||$5.46|
|30 Dec 2021||$5.56||$0.00||0.00%||1,255,118||$5.56||$5.61||$5.54|
|22 Oct 2021||David Bortolussi||Issued||969||$6,679,737||
Issue of securities. 1,280,766 - time-based rights and performance rights
As per announcement on 29/10/2021.
|Mr Warwick Lynton Every-Burns||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2016||
Mr Every-Burns has been a career Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) executive of global scale. His executive roles have included a career with The Clorox Company of the USA as Senior Vice President, International, based in the USA and prior to that as VP Asia Pacific. His earlier roles included Managing Director of NationalPak Limited (the Glad Products Company ultimately acquired by Clorox) and a long career with Unilever plc where he was based in Australia. Warwick is a Non-Executive Director of one of the leading international wine companies, the ASX listed Treasury Wine Estates Limited. He is chairperson of the People committee and Member of the Risk committee.
|Ms Julia Cecile Hoare||Non-Executive Deputy ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Nov 2013||
Ms Hoare has chartered accounting experience in Australia, the UK and New Zealand and was a partner with PwC NZ for 20 years. She was a member of the New Zealand External Reporting Advisory Panel from 2013 to 2021, a body designed to support the standard setting process of the New Zealand External Reporting Board. She was also a member of The New Zealand Sustainable Finance Forum Leadership Group. She is a director of Port of Tauranga Limited, Auckland International Airport Limited and Meridian Energy Limited. She is also the President of the New Zealand Institute of Directors. She is chairperson of the Risk committee.
|Mr David Landt Bortolussi||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Feb 2021||
Mr Bortolussi joins the A2M from his most recent role as Group President - International Innerwear, HanesBrands. He joined Pacific Brands in 2009 initially as Chief Financial & Operating Officer taking over as CEO in 2014, during which he restructured and transformed the business into a brand focused, omni-channel retailer with wholesale partnerships. In 2016, HanesBrands acquired Pacific Brands and expanded David's role to cover Australasia and subsequently its international innerwear operations outside of the Americas. Over this period, David has been responsible for and had experience in Pacific Brands and Hanesbrands' Asian sourcing markets, particularly China including various brand distribution partnerships in the region. Prior to this David spent five years at Foster's Group, where he held the role of Chief Strategy Officer responsible for corporate strategy, M&A, business development and performance improvement. Prior to Foster's Group, David held senior consulting roles at McKinsey & Company and PwC.
|Mr David Hearn||Executive DirectorExecutive Chairman||Feb 2014||
Mr Hearn has experience and skills in executive management, sales and marketing and strategy development in fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) in international markets. He has held senior executive roles including Chief Executive Officer or Managing Director roles for FMCG companies including Goodman Fielder Limited, UB Snack Foods Europe/ Asia, Pepsico foods Europe, Del Monte UK, Smith's Crisps and for the marketing services group, Cordiant Communications Group. He is also Chairman of SafeStore Holdings plc (a UK FTSE listed company) and Lovat Partners Limited.
|Ms Philippa (Pip) Mary Greenwood||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2019||
Ms Greenwood currently is director on the boards of Westpac New Zealand, Spark New Zealand, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare and Vulcan Steel. She was previously a senior partner at law firm Russell McVeagh, where she spent over 10 years on the firm's board including acting as the firm's board Chair and interim CEO. She is member of the People committee.
|Ms Chienling (Bessie) Lee||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2021||
Ms Lee has experience in digital marketing and innovative data management in China. She is a director on the boards of Electrocomponents and Abcam. She was also previously a director at Ecovacs Robotics. She founded Withinlink Limited in 2015 where she continues to focus on investing and incubating marketing technology start-ups in China, several of which have listed in the past few years. She was previously the CEO of WPP China, the world's leading marketing communications group, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, senior client relations and government relations. She is member of the Risk and People committee.
|Mr Jaron McVicar||Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel||Nov 2016||
|Race Strauss||Chief Financial Officer||
|Janelle Tong||Chief Marketing Officer||
|Shareef Khan||Chief Operations Officer||
|Eleanor Khor||Chief Strategy Officer||
|Jaron McVicar||Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||60,611,554||8.15%|
|HSBC Nominees (New Zealand) Limited||53,855,348||7.24%|
|Citibank Nominees (NZ) Ltd||40,841,768||5.49%|
|JPMorgan Chase Bank||29,939,954||4.03%|
|Accident Compensation Corporation||24,494,414||3.29%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||23,898,739||3.21%|
|JP Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||23,026,535||3.10%|
|Tea Custodians Limited||20,864,147||2.81%|
|HSBC Nominees (New Zealand) Limited (1)||20,418,715||2.75%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees NZ Limited||16,242,604||2.18%|
|New Zealand Superannuation Fund Nominees||14,860,290||2.00%|
|New Zealand Depository Nominee||13,574,007||1.83%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (1)||13,468,991||1.81%|
|National Nominees Limited||12,413,738||1.67%|
|Custodial Services Limited||11,376,755||1.53%|
|Premier Nominees Limited||8,603,719||1.16%|
|FNZ Custodians Limited||6,884,754||0.93%|
|Forsyth Barr Custodians Limited||6,440,461||0.87%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees NZ Limited (1)||5,972,474||0.80%|
|JBWere (NZ) Nominees Limited||5,826,815||0.78%|