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Market Cap $6.81 billion
P/E Ratio 15.65
Dividend Yield 4.84%
Shares Outstanding 1.84 billion
Earnings per share 0.234
Dividend per share 0.19
Year To Date Return -1.13%
Earnings Yield 6.39%
Franking 60
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  • Aurizon Holdings Ltd (ASX: AZJ)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, Aurizon Holdings has historically paid two partially franked dividends a year. It paid a fully franked final dividend in August 2022.

    Aurizon Holdings generally pays its shareholder dividends in March and September.

    Aurizon Holdings Ltd listed on the ASX on 22 November 2010.

    Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
    26 Feb 2024 $0.0970 60.00% Interim 27 Mar 2024
    28 Aug 2023 $0.0800 60.00% Final 27 Sep 2023
    27 Feb 2023 $0.0700 100.00% Interim 29 Mar 2023
    22 Aug 2022 $0.1090 100.00% Final 21 Sep 2022
    28 Feb 2022 $0.1050 95.05% Interim 30 Mar 2022
    23 Aug 2021 $0.1440 70.00% Final 22 Sep 2021
    01 Mar 2021 $0.1440 70.00% Interim 31 Mar 2021
    24 Aug 2020 $0.1370 70.00% Final 21 Sep 2020
    24 Feb 2020 $0.1370 70.00% Interim 23 Mar 2020
    26 Aug 2019 $0.1240 70.00% Final 23 Sep 2019
    25 Feb 2019 $0.1140 70.00% Interim 25 Mar 2019
    27 Aug 2018 $0.1310 60.00% Final 24 Sep 2018
    26 Feb 2018 $0.1400 50.00% Interim 26 Mar 2018
    28 Aug 2017 $0.0000 0.00% Final 25 Sep 2017
    27 Feb 2017 $0.1360 70.00% Interim 27 Mar 2017
    29 Aug 2016 $0.1330 70.00% Final 26 Sep 2016
    26 Feb 2016 $0.1130 70.00% Interim 29 Mar 2016
    29 Aug 2014 $0.0850 0.00% Final 22 Sep 2014

    AZJ ASX Announcements

    An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.

    DateAnnouncementPrice Sensitive?TimeNo. of PagesFile Size
    YesNo

    About Aurizon Holdings Ltd

    Aurizon Holdings Ltd (ASX: AZJ) is Australia's largest rail freight operator hauling bulk commodities, largely coal, as well as iron ore and agricultural products.

    The company owns one of the world's largest coal rail networks, linking around 50 mines to three major ports in Queensland. The rail network, composed of 2,670 kilometres of lines under a 99-year lease from the Queensland government, contributes the majority of Aurizon's earnings.

    Bulk export coal haulage from mine to port is also a significant contributor. Its freight and iron ore segment accounts for a far smaller portion of the company's revenue.

    AZJ Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    17 Jul 2024 $3.70 $0.04 1.09% 6,887,092 $3.67 $3.73 $3.67
    16 Jul 2024 $3.66 $0.02 0.55% 7,768,468 $3.67 $3.71 $3.65
    15 Jul 2024 $3.64 $0.04 1.11% 7,012,152 $3.63 $3.66 $3.61
    12 Jul 2024 $3.60 $0.02 0.56% 5,978,764 $3.61 $3.65 $3.58
    11 Jul 2024 $3.58 $-0.02 -0.56% 4,072,016 $3.64 $3.64 $3.58
    10 Jul 2024 $3.60 $0.02 0.56% 6,713,461 $3.57 $3.60 $3.55
    09 Jul 2024 $3.58 $0.00 0.00% 3,894,464 $3.60 $3.61 $3.57
    08 Jul 2024 $3.58 $-0.02 -0.56% 6,515,152 $3.62 $3.64 $3.58
    05 Jul 2024 $3.60 $-0.02 -0.55% 3,213,300 $3.60 $3.61 $3.58
    04 Jul 2024 $3.62 $0.03 0.84% 5,915,526 $3.62 $3.63 $3.57
    03 Jul 2024 $3.59 $-0.02 -0.55% 7,020,080 $3.59 $3.62 $3.59
    02 Jul 2024 $3.61 $-0.04 -1.10% 6,686,569 $3.64 $3.65 $3.59
    01 Jul 2024 $3.65 $0.00 0.00% 4,803,794 $3.63 $3.65 $3.60
    28 Jun 2024 $3.65 $-0.04 -1.08% 7,799,104 $3.71 $3.73 $3.64
    27 Jun 2024 $3.69 $0.05 1.37% 7,451,937 $3.63 $3.69 $3.60
    26 Jun 2024 $3.64 $-0.05 -1.36% 6,930,065 $3.67 $3.68 $3.62
    25 Jun 2024 $3.69 $0.03 0.82% 5,783,727 $3.67 $3.70 $3.67
    24 Jun 2024 $3.66 $0.04 1.10% 4,965,346 $3.62 $3.67 $3.60
    21 Jun 2024 $3.62 $-0.01 -0.28% 11,645,904 $3.65 $3.65 $3.59
    20 Jun 2024 $3.63 $0.05 1.40% 8,154,493 $3.59 $3.64 $3.56
    19 Jun 2024 $3.58 $-0.06 -1.65% 6,895,348 $3.66 $3.66 $3.57
    18 Jun 2024 $3.64 $0.03 0.83% 7,770,932 $3.64 $3.66 $3.62

    Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
    14 Nov 2023 Andrew Harding Issued 856,203 $3,073,768
    Issue of securities. 27,61,166 rights
    17 Oct 2023 Andrew Harding Exercise 121,609 $439,008
    Conversion of securities. 21,30,808 Performance Rights
    17 Oct 2023 Andrew Harding Transfer 121,609 $439,008
    Off-market transfer.
    17 Oct 2023 Andrew Harding Expiry 225,845 $815,300
    As advised by the company. Lapsed, 19,04,963 Performance Rights
    17 Oct 2023 Andrew Harding Transfer 121,609 $439,008
    Off-market transfer.
    17 Oct 2023 Andrew Harding Buy 121,609 $439,008
    Conversion of securities.
    28 Sep 2023 Andrew Harding Transfer 230,055 $805,192
    Off-market transfer.
    28 Sep 2023 Andrew Harding Transfer 230,055 $805,192
    Off-market transfer.
    26 Sep 2023 Andrew Harding Exercise 230,055 $812,094
    Conversion of securities. 22,52,417 Award & Performance Rights
    26 Sep 2023 Andrew Harding Issued 230,055 $812,094
    Conversion of securities.
    15 Aug 2023 Timothy (Tim) Longstaff Buy 27,500 $99,541
    On-market trade.

    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Ms Samantha Jane Tough Non-Executive Director Sep 2023
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    Mr Timothy Michael Poole Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Jul 2015
    Mr Poole began his executive career in 1990 at PricewaterhouseCoopers (then Price Waterhouse) before joining Hastings Funds Management in 1995. He helped to build Hastings into a global investor in private market assets, principally equity and debt issued by infrastructure companies and was the Managing Director from 2005 to 2007. Since retiring from Hastings, Mr Poole has been an investor and non-executive director of a range of public and private companies in sectors including infrastructure, transport, property, financial services, and mining. He is also the Chairman of Succession Committee. Acting Chairman of People Committee. Member of Governance and Risk Management Committee. Member of Safety, Health, and Environment Committee.
    Mr Andrew Thomas Harding Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Dec 2016
    Mr Harding has more than 30 years of experience across the resource and rail sectors, as a leader committed to creating sustainable, productive businesses that make contributions to the community. Mr Harding has led initiatives to leverage Aurizon's core expertise in heavy haulage and rail infrastructure and to drive improved safety and operational performance. Mr Harding champions the role of rail in decarbonizing the nation's supply chains, leveraging the environmental, safety and productivity benefits of rail freight for economic and community benefit. Prior to starting with Aurizon, Mr Harding was the global Chief Executive of Rio Tinto's Iron Ore business with responsibility for managing supply chains for the integrated portfolio of iron ore assets. He is also Member of Safety, Health and Environment Committee.
    Mr Russell Ronald Caplan Non-Executive Director Sep 2010
    Mr Caplan has international experience in the oil and gas industry. In a 42-year career with Shell, he held senior roles in the upstream and downstream operations, and corporate functions in Australia and overseas. From 1997 to 2006, he had senior international postings in the UK, Europe, and the USA. From 2006 to July 2010, he was Chairman of the Shell Group of Companies in Australia. Mr Caplan is Chairman and Non-Executive Director of Horizon Roads Pty. He is a former Chairman of the Melbourne and Olympic Parks Trust, the Australian Institute of Petroleum and Orica and Non-Executive Director of Woodside Petroleum. He is Member of People Committee and Member of Governance and Risk Management Committee.
    Dr Sarah Elizabeth Ryan Non-Executive Director Dec 2019
    Dr Ryan has 30 years of international experience in the oil and gas industry. Initially Dr Ryan spent 20 years in various technical, operational, and senior management positions, including 15 years with Schlumberger both in Australia and overseas. Dr Ryan then spent 10 years as an equity analyst covering natural resources with institutional investment firm Earnest Partners, based in the US. Dr Ryan is currently a Non-Executive Director of ASX-listed Viva Energy Group and a Non-Executive Director of Future Battery Industry Cooperative Research Centre. Dr Ryan is a former Non-Executive Director of ASX-listed Woodside Energy Group, Oz Minerals and Norwegian listed Akastor ASA. He is Member of Governance and Risk Management Committee and Member of Safety, Health, and Environment Committee.
    Mr Marcelo Hubmeyer de Almeida Bastos Non-Executive Director Nov 2017
    Mr Bastos has more than 35 years of experience globally in the mining industry. He has experience in project development, operations, logistics and senior leadership in most of the sectors of the mining industry including iron ore, gold, copper, nickel, zinc, and coal. Previously Mr Bastos was the Chief Operating Officer of MMG with responsibility for the business in four continents and a member of many of the company Boards. Before MMG he spent seven years with BHP Billiton where he served as President Nickel Americas, President Nickel West (based in Perth), and CEO and President of BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (based in Brisbane). Mr Bastos also had a 19-year career with Vale in a range of senior management and operational positions in Brazil, including General Manager of Carajas in the northern region and also Director of Non Ferrous Copper business. He is Chairman of Safety, Health and Environment Committee.
    Mr Timothy (Tim) Longstaff Non-Executive Director Jun 2023
    Mr Longstaff's over 35 year professional career brings experience in finance, accounting, strategy, acquisitions and divestments, debt and equity capital markets, risk management, and investor engagement amongst asset-intensive industrial companies. More recently, Mr Longstaff served as Senior Advisor to a Federal Cabinet Minister in the Trade and Investment and Finance portfolios. Through this experience he brings global geo-political perspectives and insights into transport and infrastructure policies, the workings of Government, and regulated assets. Mr Longstaff is a non-executive director of the ASX-listed Ingham's Group and Perenti, and of Snowy Hydro and The George Institute for Global Health. He is a member of the Takeovers Panel. He is Member of Governance and Risk Management Committee.
    Mr Lyell Strambi Non-Executive Director Dec 2019
    Mr Strambi has experience in the aviation sector both in Australia and abroad, spanning 40 years. In June 2020, Mr Strambi concluded his tenure as CEO and MD of Australia Pacific Airports Corporation (APAC). Having been appointed in September 2015, during his time at APAC he was responsible for the operation and development of both the Melbourne and Launceston airports and for overseeing a direct workforce of 300 staff and assets valued in excess of $10bn. Prior to his role at APAC, Mr Strambi was the Chief Executive Officer of Qantas Airways Domestic, a role he held for three years following four years as the airline's Group Executive Operations. Between 2001 and 2008 Mr Strambi was based in London, working in senior roles at Virgin Atlantic that included Executive Director Airline Services and followed by six years as Chief Operating Officer. He is Member of Safety, Health, and Environment Committee.
    Ms Nicole Allder Company Secretary Feb 2023
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    Mr David Wenck Head of Legal and Group General CounselCompany Secretary Apr 2021
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    George Lippiatt Chief Financial Officer and Group Executive Strategy
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    Nicole Allder Company Secretary
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    Anna Dartnell Group Executive Bulk
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    Edward McKeiver Group Executive Coal
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    Pam Bains Group Executive Network
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    David Wenck Head of Legal and Group General CounselCompany Secretary
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    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Shares Capital
    Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 651,691,519 35.40%
    J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 320,662,418 17.42%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 265,365,103 14.42%
    National Nominees Limited 84,931,037 4.61%
    BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <Drp> 47,393,007 2.58%
    Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited 31,662,894 1.72%
    Argo Investments Ltd 21,559,826 1.18%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First State Inv A/C> 18,803,003 1.02%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C> 13,120,626 0.71%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd <Drp A/C> 12,339,043 0.67%
    BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C> 7,030,519 0.38%
    Bki Investment Company Limited 5,245,000 0.28%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited i 5,078,750 0.28%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <143212 Nmmt Ltd A/C> 4,261,644 0.23%
    Netwealth Investments Limited <Wrap Services A/C> 4,236,818 0.23%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Acf Clearstream 3,168,530 0.17%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2 2,912,989 0.16%
    BNP Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd <Drp> 2,900,183 0.16%
    Netwealth Investments Limited <Super Services A/C> 2,737,741 0.15%
    Navigator Australia Ltd <Sma Antares Inv Dv Build A/C> 2,378,987 0.13%

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