Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ASX: ANZ) Share Price and News

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Market Cap $78.86 billion
P/E Ratio 16.75
Dividend Yield 3.79%
Shares Outstanding 2.84 billion
Earnings per share 1.655
Dividend per share 1.05
Year To Date Return 25.11%
Earnings Yield 5.97%
Franking 100%
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Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd (ASX: ANZ)
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Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
10 May 2021 $0.7000 100.00% Interim 01 Jul 2021
09 Nov 2020 $0.3500 100.00% Final 16 Dec 2020
24 Aug 2020 $0.2500 100.00% 30 Sep 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

ANZ ASX Announcements

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DateAnnouncementPrice Sensitive?TimeNo. of PagesFile Size
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About Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd

Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ASX: ANZ) is one of Australia’s 'big four' banks in terms of market capitalisation, earnings and customers. The ANZ share price first listed in 1969 and the bank now sits as one of the largest listed companies on the ASX.

ANZ provides a range of banking and financial products and services to retail, small business, corporate and institutional clients and operates in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific region, the United Kingdom and the United States.

ANZ Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
17 Sep 2021 $27.70 $-0.17 -0.61% 9,541,202 $27.78 $27.86 $27.56
16 Sep 2021 $27.87 $0.26 0.94% 6,364,183 $27.84 $27.93 $27.66
15 Sep 2021 $27.61 $-0.10 -0.36% 4,535,437 $27.50 $27.69 $27.41
14 Sep 2021 $27.71 $0.09 0.33% 4,893,194 $27.57 $27.80 $27.52
13 Sep 2021 $27.62 $0.03 0.11% 2,754,276 $27.58 $27.75 $27.49
10 Sep 2021 $27.59 $0.08 0.29% 3,633,950 $27.71 $27.77 $27.47
09 Sep 2021 $27.51 $-0.51 -1.82% 7,130,536 $27.82 $28.09 $27.38
08 Sep 2021 $28.02 $-0.06 -0.21% 3,674,626 $27.87 $28.14 $27.82
07 Sep 2021 $28.08 $-0.03 -0.11% 2,719,070 $28.03 $28.15 $27.89
06 Sep 2021 $28.11 $0.24 0.86% 3,955,691 $27.76 $28.11 $27.59
03 Sep 2021 $27.87 $-0.04 -0.14% 4,586,554 $27.91 $28.01 $27.70
02 Sep 2021 $27.91 $-0.07 -0.25% 4,350,698 $27.98 $28.17 $27.82
01 Sep 2021 $27.98 $0.13 0.47% 5,808,823 $27.57 $27.99 $27.46
31 Aug 2021 $27.85 $-0.15 -0.54% 7,746,489 $27.77 $27.99 $27.73
30 Aug 2021 $28.00 $-0.32 -1.13% 4,998,193 $28.40 $28.44 $27.92
27 Aug 2021 $28.32 $-0.13 -0.46% 3,587,384 $28.31 $28.41 $28.24
26 Aug 2021 $28.45 $-0.02 -0.07% 2,784,774 $28.51 $28.53 $28.34
25 Aug 2021 $28.47 $0.08 0.28% 3,059,209 $28.39 $28.52 $28.28
24 Aug 2021 $28.39 $0.07 0.25% 3,819,953 $28.33 $28.41 $28.24
23 Aug 2021 $28.32 $0.01 0.04% 2,621,295 $28.40 $28.48 $28.21
20 Aug 2021 $28.31 $-0.05 -0.18% 5,674,628 $28.49 $28.65 $28.19
19 Aug 2021 $28.36 $-0.11 -0.39% 5,341,415 $28.37 $28.60 $28.27

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
08 Jul 2021 Graeme Liebelt Sell 1 $150,000
As advised by the company. 1,500 ANZ Capital Notes 1 sold
08 Jul 2021 Graeme Liebelt Buy 2 $250,000
As advised by the company. 2,500 ANZ Capital Notes 6 acquired pursuant to the Offer
08 Jul 2021 John Macfarlane Buy 2 $214,000
As advised by the company. 2,140 ANZ Capital Notes 6 acquired pursuant to the Offer
01 Jul 2021 Shayne Elliott Issued 1 $49,623
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
25 May 2021 Shayne Elliott Sell 8 $226
As advised by the company. ordinary shares were sold by Netwealth Investments Limited (Netwealth) due to a administrative error and the subsequent application of an automated sale process to ensure coverage of Netwealth platform fees.
23 Mar 2021 Shayne Elliott Sell 7 $196
As advised by the company. ordinary shares were sold by Netwealth Investments Limited (Netwealth) due to a administrative error and the subsequent application of an automated sale process to ensure coverage of Netwealth platform fees.
16 Dec 2020 Shayne Elliott Issued 1 $27,959
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
15 Dec 2020 Shayne Elliott Issued 27 $622,555
Director remuneration.
10 Dec 2020 Shayne Elliott Transfer 76 $1,770,883
As advised by the company. 76,430 Ordinary Shares held directly
were transferred to Netwealth
Investments Limited as custodian on 10
December 2020. Elliott Pty Ltd as
trustee for Elliott Family Trust becomes
the beneficial owner for these shares.
10 Dec 2020 Shayne Elliott Transfer 76 $1,770,883
As advised by the company. 76,430 Ordinary Shares held directly
were transferred to Netwealth
Investments Limited as custodian on 10
December 2020. Elliott Pty Ltd as
trustee for Elliott Family Trust becomes
the beneficial owner for these shares.
09 Dec 2020 Shayne Elliott Transfer 36 $841,083
As advised by the company. 36,098 Ordinary Shares held within
ANZs employee share plan trust which
were deferred incentives and had
previously vested were transferred on 9
December 2020 and are held directly.
09 Dec 2020 Shayne Elliott Transfer 36 $841,083
As advised by the company. 36,098 Ordinary Shares held within
ANZs employee share plan trust which
were deferred incentives and had
previously vested were transferred on 9
December 2020 and are held directly.
30 Nov 2020 Shayne Elliott Buy 34 $786,355
Conversion of securities.
30 Nov 2020 Shayne Elliott Sell 34 $786,355
As advised by the company. 34,733 Performance Rights granted on 17 December 2015 vested on 17 December 2018. The vested Performance Rights were converted to ordinary shares on 30 November 2020 and are held directly. As per announcement on 04/12/2020.
30 Sep 2020 Shayne Elliott Issued 1 $19,974
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Ms Ilana Rachel Atlas Non-Executive Director Sep 2014
Ms Atlas brings a financial services background and legal experience to the Board. She was a partner at law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques (now King & Wood Mallesons), 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 in charge for human resources, corporate affairs and sustainability. She has a commitment to the community, in the arts and education. She is a Chairman of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (from 2017, Director from 2011) and Jawun (from 2017, Director from 2014), Director of Paul Ramsay Foundation (from 2017), Member of Panel of Adara Partners (from 2015). She was a former Director of OneMarket Limited (2018-2019), Westfield Corporation Limited (2014-2018), Human Rights Law Centre Ltd (2012-2017) and Treasury Corporation of New South Wales (2013-2017). She was also a former fellow of Senate of the University of Sydney (2015-2019). She is Chair of the Human Resources Committee and is a Member of the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance and the Board Operations Committee.
Mr Graeme Richard Liebelt Non-Executive Director Jul 2013
Mr Liebelt brings to the Board his experience of a 23-year executive career with Orica Limited (including a period as Chief Executive Officer), a global mining services company with operations in more than 50 countries. He has international experience and a record of achievement as a senior executive, including in strategy development and implementation. He is committed to global trade and cooperation, as well as community education. He is a Chairman of Amcor Limited (from 2013, Director from 2012), Director of Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited (from 2012) and Carey Baptist Grammar School (from 2012). He was a former chairman of DuluxGroup Limited (2018-2019, Director from 2016). He is Chair of the Risk Committee and is a member of the Human Resources and Board Operations Committes.
Ms Paula Jane Dwyer Non-Executive Director Apr 2012
Ms Dwyer has experience in financial markets, corporate finance, risk management and investments, having held senior executive roles at Calibre Asset Management, Ord Minnett (now J P Morgan) and at Price Waterhouse (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). Her career as a company director spans financial services, investment, insurance, healthcare, gambling and entertainment, fast moving consumer goods, property and construction and retailing sectors. She has a interest in education and medical research, having served as a Member of the Geelong Grammar School Council and the Business and Economics Faculty at the University of Melbourne and as Deputy Chairman of Baker IDI. She is a Chairman of Tabcorp Holdings Limited (from 2011, Director from 2005), Kin Group Advisory Board (from 2014) and Allianz Australia Limited (from 2020, Director from 2019), Director of Lion Pty Ltd (from 2012), Member of Kirin International Advisory Board (from 2012) and Australian Government Takeovers Panel (from 2017). She was a former chairman of Healthscope Limited (2014-2019). She is a Member of the Risk, Human Resources and Board Operations Committees
Mr John Thomas Macfarlane Non-Executive Director May 2014
Mr Macfarlane is one of Australia's experienced international bankers having previously served as Executive Chairman of Deutsche Bank Australia and New Zealand, and CEO of Deutsche Bank Australia. He has also worked in the USA, Japan and PNG, and brings to the Board 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 (from 2016). He is a Director of Colmac Group Pty Ltd (from 2014), AGInvest Holdings Limited (MyFarm Limited) (from 2014, Chairman 2014-2016), Balmoral Pastoral Investments (from 2017) and L1 Long Short Fund (from 2018). He was a former Director of St Vincent's Institute of Medical Research (2008-2019) and Craigs Investment Partners Limited (2013-2020). He is a Member of the Risk Committee, Digital Business and Technology Committee and Board Operations Committee.
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. Prior to ANZ, he held senior executive roles at EFG Hermes, which included Chief Operating Officer. He started his career with Citibank New Zealand and worked with Citibank/Citigroup for 20 years, holding senior positions across the UK, USA, Egypt, Australia and Hong Kong. He 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. He is a Director of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2009).
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 (Singtel) 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. He is a Chairman of Western Sydney Airport Corporation (from 2017) and Director of Coca-Cola Amatil (from 2017), Telkomsel Indonesia (from 2010) and St Vincent's Health Australia (from 2019). HE is also a former director of Healthscope Limited (2016-2019) and National Disability Insurance Agency (2017-2020). He is an ex-officio Member of all Board Committees and Chair of the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance Committee and the Board Operations Committee. He is a member of the Risk, Human Resources and Digital Business and Technology Committees.
Ms Sarah Jane Halton Non-Executive Director Oct 2016
Ms Halton has had a 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 (Deputy Secretary) 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 international experience. She has had contribute to community health through local and international organisations including the World Health Organisation and National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Council. She is a Chairman of Vault Systems (from 2017), Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (Norway) (from 2018, Member from 2016) and Council on the Ageing Australia (from 2017), Director of Clayton Utz (from 2017) and Crown Resorts Limited (from 2018), Member of Executive Board of the Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington (from 2007) and National COVID-19 Commission Advisory Board (from 2020), adjunct professor of University of Sydney and University of Canberra and also a council member of Australian Strategic Policy Institute (from 2016). She is Chair of the Digital Business and Technology Committee and is a Member of the Human Resources Committee, Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance and Board Operations Committees.
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. He had a 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 (from 1999 to 2001). He is a Chairman of ANZ Bank New Zealand Limited (from 2018, Director from 2017), Director of Palo Alto Networks (from 2019). He was a former Chairman of The International Democratic Union (2014-2018), Former Director of Air New Zealand Limited (2017-2020). He is a Member of the Ethics, Environment, Social and Governance, Risk Committee, Digital Business and Technology and Board Operations Committees.
Mr Simon Pordage Company Secretary May 2016
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Mr Ken Adams General CounselCompany Secretary Aug 2019
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Antonia Watson Chief Executive Officer New Zealand
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Michelle Jablko Chief Financial Officer
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Simon Pordage Company Secretary
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Ken Adams General CounselCompany Secretary
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Kevin Corbally Group Chief Risk Officer
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Mark Hand Group Executive Australia Retail and Commercial Banking
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Emma Gray Group Executive Data and Automation
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Maile Carnegie Group Executive Digital and Australia Transformation
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Mark Whelan Group Executive Institutional
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Farhan Faruqui Group Executive International
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Kathryn van der Merwe Group Executive Talent and Culture
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Gerard Florian Group Executive Technology
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Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 711,409,499 25.05%
J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 431,679,959 15.20%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 222,226,442 7.82%
National Nominees Limited 90,831,873 3.20%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C> 44,015,726 1.55%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <DRP> 33,012,594 1.16%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <NT Comnwlth Super Corp A/C> 17,897,890 0.63%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First State Inv A/C> 13,647,454 0.48%
Argo Investments Limited 9,765,275 0.34%
Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited 8,487,710 0.30%
Netwealth Investments Limited <WRAP Services A/C> 7,560,585 0.27%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd <Drp A/C> 5,466,883 0.19%
Anzest Pty Ltd <Dea Control A/C> 5,291,196 0.19%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited i 4,820,912 0.17%
AMP Life Limited 4,579,609 0.16%
Navigator Australia Ltd <MLC Investment Sett A/C> 3,745,006 0.13%
Australian Executor Trustees Limited <IPS Super A/C> 3,701,581 0.13%
Nulis Nominees (Australia) Limited <Navigator Mast Plan Sett A/C> 3,556,359 0.13%
Custodial Services Limited <Beneficiaries Holding A/C> 3,269,647 0.11%
CS Third Nominees Pty Limited <HSBC Cust Nom Au Ltd 13 A/C> 2,698,399 0.09%

Frequently Asked Questions

ANZ generally pays twice yearly, fully franked dividends. Due to the difficult trading conditions resulting from the pandemic however, the decision on whether to pay a 2020 interim dividend was deferred in April. In August, ANZ bank announced it would pay an interim dividend of 25 cents. This was lower than the bank’s FY19 interim dividend of 80 cents. The interim dividend was paid on 30 September 2020.

ANZ offers both a Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) and a Bonus Option Plan (BOP) as alternatives to receiving cash dividends on ANZ ordinary shares.

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