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ANZ offers both a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) and a bonus option plan (BOP) as alternatives to receiving cash dividends on ANZ ordinary shares.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd listed on the ASX on 30 September 1969.
|16 Nov 2023||$0.9400||56.00%||Final||22 Dec 2023|
|15 May 2023||$0.8100||100.00%||Interim||03 Jul 2023|
|07 Nov 2022||$0.7400||100.00%||Final||15 Dec 2022|
|09 May 2022||$0.7200||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2022|
|08 Nov 2021||$0.7200||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2021|
|10 May 2021||$0.7000||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2021|
|09 Nov 2020||$0.3500||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2020|
|11 Nov 2019||$0.8000||70.00%||Final||18 Dec 2019|
|13 May 2019||$0.8000||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2019|
|12 Nov 2018||$0.8000||100.00%||Final||18 Dec 2018|
|14 May 2018||$0.8000||100.00%||Interim||02 Jul 2018|
|13 Nov 2017||$0.8000||100.00%||Final||18 Dec 2017|
|08 May 2017||$0.8000||100.00%||Interim||03 Jul 2017|
|14 Nov 2016||$0.8000||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2016|
|09 May 2016||$0.8000||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2016|
|06 Nov 2015||$0.9500||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2015|
|08 May 2015||$0.8600||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2015|
|07 Nov 2014||$0.9500||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2014|
|09 May 2014||$0.8300||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2014|
|07 Nov 2013||$0.9100||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2013|
|09 May 2013||$0.7300||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2013|
|08 Nov 2012||$0.7900||100.00%||Final||19 Dec 2012|
|10 May 2012||$0.6600||100.00%||Interim||02 Jul 2012|
|10 Nov 2011||$0.7600||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2011|
|12 May 2011||$0.6400||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2011|
|04 Nov 2010||$0.7400||100.00%||Final||17 Dec 2010|
|06 May 2010||$0.5200||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2010|
|05 Nov 2009||$0.5600||100.00%||Final||18 Dec 2009|
|07 May 2009||$0.4600||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2009|
|06 Nov 2008||$0.7400||100.00%||Final||18 Dec 2008|
|08 May 2008||$0.6200||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2008|
|08 Nov 2007||$0.7400||100.00%||Final||21 Dec 2007|
|14 May 2007||$0.6200||100.00%||Interim||02 Jul 2007|
|09 Nov 2006||$0.6900||100.00%||Final||15 Dec 2006|
|15 May 2006||$0.5600||100.00%||Interim||03 Jul 2006|
|08 Nov 2005||$0.5900||100.00%||Final||16 Dec 2005|
|16 May 2005||$0.5100||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2005|
|08 Nov 2004||$0.5400||100.00%||Final||17 Dec 2004|
|21 May 2004||$0.4700||100.00%||Interim||01 Jul 2004|
|07 Nov 2003||$0.5100||100.00%||Interim||19 Dec 2003|
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ASX: ANZ) is one of Australia’s 'big four' banks in terms of market capitalisation, earnings, and customers. ANZ listed on the ASX in 1969 and is now one of the largest companies on the ASX.
ANZ provides a range of banking and financial products and services to more than 8.5 million retail, small business, corporate. and institutional customers. It also operatres in 33 markets, including Australia, New Zealand, the Asia Pacific region, United Kingdom, and the United States.
|27 Nov 2023||$24.13||$-0.27||-1.11%||4,624,337||$24.30||$24.49||$24.11|
|24 Nov 2023||$24.40||$0.09||0.37%||2,753,513||$24.24||$24.45||$24.24|
|23 Nov 2023||$24.31||$-0.03||-0.12%||4,535,349||$24.21||$24.39||$24.21|
|22 Nov 2023||$24.34||$0.05||0.21%||5,777,906||$24.20||$24.47||$24.12|
|21 Nov 2023||$24.29||$0.04||0.16%||5,205,705||$24.31||$24.40||$24.17|
|20 Nov 2023||$24.25||$0.18||0.75%||7,152,762||$24.12||$24.30||$24.10|
|17 Nov 2023||$24.07||$-0.12||-0.50%||8,418,099||$24.26||$24.29||$23.90|
|16 Nov 2023||$24.19||$-0.82||-3.28%||10,278,846||$24.24||$24.38||$24.11|
|15 Nov 2023||$25.01||$0.25||1.01%||11,380,410||$25.00||$25.11||$24.89|
|14 Nov 2023||$24.76||$0.06||0.24%||12,050,362||$24.80||$24.92||$24.64|
|13 Nov 2023||$24.70||$-0.77||-3.02%||16,125,227||$24.75||$24.87||$24.46|
|10 Nov 2023||$25.47||$-0.34||-1.32%||6,727,579||$25.71||$25.73||$25.47|
|09 Nov 2023||$25.81||$0.25||0.98%||7,733,738||$25.82||$25.99||$25.68|
|08 Nov 2023||$25.56||$0.09||0.35%||4,503,410||$25.65||$25.76||$25.47|
|07 Nov 2023||$25.47||$-0.27||-1.05%||5,142,223||$25.87||$25.89||$25.32|
|06 Nov 2023||$25.74||$0.14||0.55%||6,055,444||$25.65||$26.00||$25.64|
|03 Nov 2023||$25.60||$0.23||0.91%||5,813,929||$25.73||$25.75||$25.56|
|02 Nov 2023||$25.37||$0.50||2.01%||7,595,387||$25.27||$25.54||$25.23|
|01 Nov 2023||$24.87||$0.16||0.65%||6,177,937||$24.83||$24.89||$24.60|
|31 Oct 2023||$24.71||$0.16||0.65%||6,962,163||$24.79||$24.86||$24.60|
|03 Jul 2023||Shayne Elliott||Issued||2,514||$59,204||
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|25 Jan 2023||Sarah Halton||Buy||405||$9,958||
|20 Dec 2022||Shayne Elliott||Transfer||97,767||$2,325,876||
|20 Dec 2022||Shayne Elliott||Transfer||3,583||$85,239||
|20 Dec 2022||Shayne Elliott||Transfer||94,184||$2,240,637||
|16 Dec 2022||Shayne Elliott||Issued||146,288||$3,455,322||
Issue of securities.
|15 Dec 2022||Shayne Elliott||Issued||3,834||$93,971||
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|12 Dec 2022||Shayne Elliott||Buy||40,312||$948,944||
On-market trade. As per announcement on 15/12/2022.
|Ms Ilana Rachel Atlas||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2014||
Ms Atlas brings a financial services background and legal experience to the Board. Ilana was a partner at law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques, where in addition to her practice in corporate law, she held a number of management roles in the firm including Executive Partner, People and Information, and Managing Partner. She also worked at Westpac for 10 years, where her roles included Group Secretary and General Counsel and Group Executive, People, where she was responsible for human resources, corporate affairs and sustainability. Ilana has a strong commitment to the community, in particular the arts and education. Relevant other directorships include Chairman at Jawun. Director at Paul Ramsay Foundation, Scentre Group and Origin Energy Limited. Member at Panel of Adara Partners and Council of the National Gallery of Australia. Relevant former directorships held in last three years include Former Chairman at Coca-Cola Amatil Limited. Ilana is Chair of the Human Resources Committee and is a member of the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance Committee and Board Operations Committee.
|Ms Christine Elizabeth O'Reilly||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2021||
Ms O'Reilly is one of Australia's leading non-executive directors. Christine has held executive roles in the infrastructure and financial services industries. This includes being CEO of GasNet Australia and Co-Head of Unlisted Infrastructure Investments at Colonial First State Global Asset Management and follows an early career including investment banking and audit experience at Price Waterhouse. Relevant other directorships Director at Stockland and BHP Group Limited. Relevant former directorships held in last three years include Former Director at Medibank Private Limited, CSL Limited, Transurban Group and The Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute. Christine is a member of the Risk Committee, Human Resources Committee and Board Operations Committee.
|Mr John Thomas Macfarlane||Non-Executive Director||May 2014||
Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia's most experienced international bankers having previously served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand, and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia. John has also worked in the USA, Japan and PNG, and brings to the Board a depth of banking experience in ANZ's key markets in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific. He is committed to community health and is a Director of the Aikenhead Centre of Medical Discovery Limited. Relevant other directorships Director at Colmac Group Pty Ltd, AGInvest Holdings Limited, Balmoral Pastoral Investments and L1 Long Short Fund. Relevant former directorships held in last three years include Former Director at Craigs Investment Partners Limited. John is Chair of the Risk Committee and is a member of the Audit Committee, Digital Business and Technology Committee and Nomination and Board Operations Committee.
|Ms Holly Suzanna Kramer||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2023||
Ms Kramer is a Non-Executive Director, having served on a range of listed and unlisted boards in Australia and New Zealand, including her current roles as a director at Woolworths Group, Fonterra Co-op Limited, and Endeavour Group. Previously, Ms Kramer has held roles as Chair of Lendi Group, Deputy Chair of Australia Post and Director of AMP Limited and Nine Group. In her executive career, Ms Kramer was Chief Executive Officer of retailer Best and Less and served in a range of senior customer facing roles at Telstra, Ford and Pacific Brands.
|Mr Shayne Cary Elliott||Chief Executive OfficerExecutive Director||Jan 2016||
Mr Elliott has over 30 years' experience in banking in Australia and overseas, in all aspects of the industry. Shayne joined the Group as CEO Institutional in June 2009, and was appointed Chief Financial Officer in 2012. Prior to joining the Group, Shayne held senior executive roles at EFG Hermes, the largest investment bank in the Middle East, which included Chief Operating Officer. He started his career with Citibank New Zealand and worked with Citibank/ Citigroup for 20 years, holding various senior positions across the UK, USA, Egypt, Australia and Hong Kong. Shayne is a Director of the Financial Markets Foundation for Children and a member of the Australian Banking Association, the Business Council of Australia and the Australian Customs Advisory Board. Other directorships include Director at ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited and the Financial Markets Foundation for Children. Member at Business Council of Australia, the Australian Banking Association and the Australian Customs Advisory Board.
|Mr Paul Dominic O'Sullivan||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Nov 2019||
Mr O'Sullivan has experience in the telecommunications and oil and gas sectors, both in Australia and overseas. He has held senior executive roles with Singapore Telecommunications and was previously the CEO of Optus. He has also held management roles with the Colonial Group and the Royal Dutch Shell Group in Canada, the Middle East, Australia and United Kingdom. Other directorships include Chairman of Singtel Optus Pty Limited and Western Sydney Airport Corporation. Director at St Vincent's Health Australia. Former Director at Telkomsel Indonesia, National Disability Insurance Agency, Coca-Cola Amatil and Indara Digital Infrastructure. Paul is an ex-officio member of all Board Committees and Chair of the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance Committee and Board Operations Committee.
|Ms Sarah Jane Halton||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2016||
Ms Halton has 33-year career in the public service includes the positions of Secretary of the Australian Department of Finance, Secretary of the Australian Department of Health, Secretary for the Department of Health and Ageing, and Executive Co-ordinator of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. She brings to the Board experience in finance, insurance, risk management, information technology, human resources, health and ageing and public policy. She also has significant international experience. Jane has contributed extensively to community health through local and international organisations including the World Health Organisation and as co-chair of the COVAX coordination mechanism. Relevant other directorships include Chairman Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations and Council on the Ageing Australia. Director at Clayton Utz. Member at Executive Board of the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. Honorary Professor at Australian National University Research School of Psychology. Adjunct Professor: University of Sydney and University of Canberra. Council Member: Australian Strategic Policy Institute. Relevant former directorships held in last three years include Former Chairman at Vault Systems. Former Director at Crown Resorts Limited and Naval Group Australia Pty Ltd. Former Member at National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board. Jane is Chair of the Digital Business and
Technology Committee and is a member of the Human Resources Committee, Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance Committee and Board Operations Committee.
|Sir John Phillip Key||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2018||
Sir Key was Prime Minister of New Zealand from 2008 to 2016, having commenced his political career in 2002. Sir John had a long career in international finance, primarily for Bankers Trust in New Zealand and Merrill Lynch in Singapore, London and Sydney. He was previously a member of the Foreign Exchange Committee of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Sir John was made a Knight Grand Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2017 Queen's Birthday Honours. In 2017 Sir John became a Companion of the Order of Australia for advancing the Australia-New Zealand bilateral relationship. Relevant other directorships include Chairman at ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited and Oritain Global Limited. Director at Palo Alto Networks. Strategic Advisor at BHP Group Limited. Relevant former directorships held in last three years include Former Director at Air New Zealand Limited. Sir John is a member of the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance Committee, Risk Committee, Digital Business and Technology Committee and Board Operations Committee.
|Mr Jeffrey Paul Smith||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2022||
Mr Smith is an experienced global business and technology executive, with over 30 years corporate experience which includes senior executive roles in a number of companies including Telstra, Honeywell and Toyota. Jeff was previously Chief Information Officer at IBM Corporation where he was globally responsible for IT strategy, resources, systems and infrastructure and also led the company's Agile transformation. Jeff was also CEO of Suncorp Business Services and Suncorp Chief Information Officer, and Chief Operating Officer of World Fuel Services Corporation. Jeff also served on the Australian Fulbright Commission awarding Australian post-graduate scholarships to US universities. He was previously a member of ANZ's International Technology and Digital Business Advisory Panel until 2019. Relevant other directorships Director at ANZ Group Services Pty Ltd, Sonrai Security Inc and Pexa Australia Limited. Advisor at Zoom Video Communications, Inc, Box, Inc. and World Fuel Services. Jeff is a member of the Digital Business and Technology Committee, Risk Committee, Human Resources Committee and Board Operations Committee.
|Mr Simon Pordage||Company Secretary||May 2016||
|Mr Ken Adams||General CounselCompany Secretary||Aug 2019||
|R Howell||Acting Group Executive Talent & Culture||
|F Faruqui||Chief Financial Officer||
|K Corbally||Chief Risk Officer||
|Simon Pordage||Company Secretary||
|Ken Adams||General CounselCompany Secretary||
|A Watson||Group Executive and CEO New Zealand||
|C Morgan||Group Executive Australia Commercial||
|M Carnegie||Group Executive Australia Retail||
|M Whelan||Group Executive Institutional||
|A Strong||Group Executive Strategy & Transformation||
|K van der Merwe||Group Executive Talent & Culture and Service Centres||
|G Florian||Group Executive Technology & Group Services||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||798,576,580||26.57%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||432,370,446||14.39%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||290,364,697||9.66%|
|National Nominees Limited||81,135,070||2.70%|
|Bnp Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <Drp>||54,561,903||1.82%|
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C>||20,459,733||0.68%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C>||19,843,502||0.66%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited <Wrap Services A/C>||15,264,116||0.51%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First State Inv A/C>||12,960,143||0.43%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd <Drp A/C>||11,288,313||0.38%|
|Argo Investments Limited||8,265,275||0.28%|
|Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited||8,097,710||0.27%|
|Bnp Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd <Drp>||5,505,832||0.18%|
|Custodial Services Limited <Beneficiaries Holding A/C>||5,215,490||0.17%|
|Ioof Investment Services Limited <Ips Superfund A/C>||3,637,000||0.12%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited <Super Services A/C>||3,408,452||0.11%|
|Nulis Nominees (Australia) Limited <Navigator Mast Plan Sett A/C>||3,321,861||0.11%|
|New Zealand Central Securities Depository Limited||3,107,190||0.10%|
|Navigator Australia Ltd <Mlc Investment Sett A/C>||3,059,608||0.10%|
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2||2,907,991||0.10%|