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Afterpay Ltd (ASX: APT) is an Australian technology company that makes up one of the ASX’s sought-after WAAAX tech stocks.
A pioneer of buy now, pay later technology, Afterpay delivers an innovative payment platform that enables consumers to purchase and receive goods and spread the cost of their purchase out over equal payments, without having to pay interest.
Founded in 2015 and listed in 2017, the Afterpay share price has skyrocketed in the ensuing years. The company is Australia's leading BNPL provider and has a strong presence in the United States and United Kingdom markets.
A major gamechanger came in August 2021 when Afterpay announced plans for US fintech Square Inc (NYSE: SQ) to buy it out.
|25 Nov 2021||$111.74||$4.49||4.19%||655,730||$109.50||$111.74||$109.50|
|24 Nov 2021||$107.25||$-0.20||-0.19%||657,369||$106.20||$107.49||$105.87|
|23 Nov 2021||$107.45||$-6.10||-5.37%||1,026,781||$108.43||$108.60||$105.02|
|22 Nov 2021||$113.55||$-2.87||-2.47%||497,127||$115.03||$115.76||$113.51|
|19 Nov 2021||$116.42||$-2.14||-1.80%||519,753||$117.21||$117.65||$115.91|
|18 Nov 2021||$118.56||$-1.28||-1.07%||557,838||$119.48||$119.81||$117.20|
|17 Nov 2021||$119.84||$2.45||2.09%||1,960,883||$119.24||$121.10||$119.08|
|16 Nov 2021||$117.39||$1.99||1.72%||886,486||$115.79||$117.48||$114.83|
|15 Nov 2021||$115.40||$-1.02||-0.88%||562,080||$115.75||$116.12||$115.00|
|12 Nov 2021||$116.42||$2.24||1.96%||665,761||$113.78||$116.51||$113.67|
|11 Nov 2021||$114.18||$-2.77||-2.37%||809,108||$115.48||$115.90||$113.56|
|10 Nov 2021||$116.95||$-2.57||-2.15%||790,248||$116.55||$117.25||$115.93|
|09 Nov 2021||$119.52||$2.77||2.37%||1,069,894||$117.60||$120.91||$117.22|
|08 Nov 2021||$116.75||$-0.75||-0.64%||1,036,296||$117.39||$117.39||$115.08|
|05 Nov 2021||$117.50||$-6.88||-5.53%||1,336,195||$118.50||$120.86||$117.46|
|04 Nov 2021||$124.38||$2.85||2.35%||655,457||$123.00||$124.60||$122.67|
|03 Nov 2021||$121.53||$-0.15||-0.12%||771,747||$121.50||$122.50||$120.83|
|02 Nov 2021||$121.68||$-0.42||-0.34%||551,221||$122.91||$123.58||$121.68|
|01 Nov 2021||$122.10||$-1.19||-0.97%||1,626,968||$123.77||$124.49||$121.17|
|29 Oct 2021||$123.29||$-0.51||-0.41%||898,697||$125.40||$126.26||$123.08|
|28 Oct 2021||$123.80||$-3.01||-2.37%||1,152,230||$124.00||$125.90||$123.00|
|27 Oct 2021||$126.81||$0.17||0.13%||954,544||$127.01||$127.69||$126.20|
|26 Aug 2021||Anthony Eisen||Sell||47||$6,268,100|| |
On-market trade. Average price
|26 Aug 2021||Nicholas Molnar||Sell||47||$6,268,100|| |
On-market trade. Average price
|02 Mar 2021||Sharon Rothstein||Buy||1||$101,986|| |
As advised by the company. Purchased on OTC market in the US
Trading in $USD.
|26 Feb 2021||Nicholas Molnar||Sell||450||$60,462,000|| |
|26 Feb 2021||Anthony Eisen||Transfer||950||$113,544,000|| |
|26 Feb 2021||Anthony Eisen||Sell||450||$60,462,000|| |
|26 Feb 2021||Anthony Eisen||Transfer||950||$113,544,000|| |
|Mr Patrick (Pat) Redmond Joseph O'Sullivan||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020|| |
Mr O'Sullivan is currently a director of several companies and previously worked for 30 years in various senior financial and operational roles in Ireland, the US, Australia and New Zealand across a number of industries including traditional and online media, telecommunications, fast moving consumer goods and professional accounting. He was the Chief Financial Officer of Optus from 2001 to 2006 and was the Chief Operating Officer and Finance Director of Nine Entertainment Co Pty Limited (formerly PBL Media Pty Ltd) from 2006 until 2012.
|Mr Anthony Mathew Eisen||Executive DirectorChief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Jul 2017|| |
Mr Eisen has over 25 years' experience in investing, public company directorships and providing corporate advice across a variety of sectors. Prior to co-founding Afterpay, he was the Chief Investment Officer at Guinness Peat Group (GPG). He was involved in a number of financial services, software and technology companies in which GPG was a major shareholder. Before joining GPG, Anthony was involved in investment banking, specialising in mergers and acquisitions. Anthony is currently also a Director of Stone & Chalk Pty Ltd.
|Ms Elana Rubin||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Mar 2017|| |
Ms Rubin has been a director of a number of public and private companies, with experience in property, insurance and financial services. She is also a director of several unlisted companies and/or government bodies. Elana was previously a Non-Executive Director of Mirvac Limited. She was the former Chair of Australian Super and the Victorian Work Cover Authority. Elana has over 20 years' experience as a Non-Executive Director.
|Mr Nicholas David Molnar||Executive DirectorCo-Chief Executive Officer||Jul 2017|| |
Mr Molnar has experience in online retail. Prior to co-founding Afterpay, Nick launched the Ice.com, into Australia under the local brand Iceonline.com.au. Prior to launching Ice, Nick was an Investment Analyst at M.H. Carnegie & Co., where he was responsible for growth stage investment opportunities in the technology sector.
|Mr Dana Stalder||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2018|| |
Mr Stalder brings over 20 years of experience as a technology company operator and investor. His experience spans multiple disciplines including sales, marketing, finance, technology and product management at companies such as eBay, Netscape and PayPal. Dana has experience in FinTech and consumer internet investor in Silicon Valley. Dana began his career at Ernst & Young advising technology companies. His executive experience extends to positions held at Netscape Communications, AOL, Respond.com, eBay and PayPal before joining Matrix Partners in 2008 as a General Partner. His investments is in FinTech, Consumer Marketplaces, and Enterprise Software.
|Mr Gary Briggs||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2020|| |
Mr Briggs is currently the Chairman of Hawkfish. From 2013-2018, Gary was the Chief Marketing Officer of Facebook, responsible for the Company's brand, consumer, and product marketing. He was Facebook's first CMO. From 2010-13, Gary was at Google, where he led marketing efforts for search, maps, commerce, Chrome, Google+, Google.org, and the Google brand overall. He also led marketing for Motorola Mobility, upon its acquisition by Google. BeforeGoogle, Gary was CEO at Plastic Jungle where he joined from their Board of Directors. Before that, Gary worked at eBay from 2002-08 in roles as Vice President of Consumer Marketing, General Manager of eBay Canada, Global Marketing Head of PayPal, and CMO of eBay North America. Earlier in his career, Gary worked for six years at Pepsi, where he launched Aquafina, Pepsi's joint venture with Starbucks and was Director of Brand Pepsi. He also spent two years at IBM and was an engagement manager at McKinsey.
|Ms Sharon Rothstein||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2020|| |
Ms Rothstein currently serves as an Operating Partner at Stripes Group, and is also a listed company director. Prior to her current roles, Sharon was the Executive Vice President, Global Chief Marketing Officer of Starbucks Corporation for five years, following her position as Senior Vice President of Marketing at Sephora. Sharon has held senior marketing and brand management positions with Godiva, Starwood Hotels and Resorts, Nabisco Biscuit Company and Procter & Gamble.
|Ms Amanda Street||Company Secretary||Aug 2020|| |
|Amanda Street||Company Secretary|| |
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||72,942,637||25.15%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||42,809,788||14.76%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||34,851,381||12.01%|
|Anthony Mathew Eisen||18,505,963||6.38%|
|Nicholas Molnar Pty Ltd (Nicholas David Family A/C)||17,005,963||5.86%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2||12,698,504||4.38%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited Gsco Eca||11,029,607||3.80%|
|Cleevecorp Pty Ltd||5,517,000||1.90%|
|National Nominees Limited||5,055,672||1.74%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv A/C)||4,050,768||1.40%|
|BBNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Drp)||3,288,602||1.13%|
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Gsco Customers A/C)||3,097,894||1.07%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending DRP A/C)||2,677,289||0.92%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Citibank Ny Adr Dep A/C)||2,645,648||0.91%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Ib Au Noms Retailclient Drp)||2,420,022||0.83%|
|Atc Capital Pty Ltd||2,319,475||0.80%|
|Nicholas Molnar Pty Ltd (Nicholas Molnar A/C)||1,500,000||0.52%|
|Woodross Nominees Pty Ltd||1,425,347||0.49%|
|Estate Late Adrian Cleeve||1,410,470||0.49%|
|National Nominees Limited (N A/C)||1,405,689||0.48%|
Afterpay Ltd does not currently pay a dividend.
No, Afterpay doesn’t currently offer a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP).