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52 Week Range
Avg. Volume (1 month)
as at 24 Feb 3:44pm
|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||$0.0890||50.00%||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|
|28 Aug 2015||$0.1390||30.00%||28 Sep 2015|
|27 Feb 2015||$0.1010||0.00%||23 Mar 2015|
|29 Aug 2014||$0.0850||0.00%||Final||22 Sep 2014|
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|
Aurizon Holdings Ltd (AZJ) is Australia’s largest rail freight operator, providing customers with integrated freight and logistics solutions across extensive rail networks in Australia.
Each year, Aurizon transports more than 250 million tonnes of Australian commodities. The company counts many Aussie household names such as Rio Tinto Limited (ASX: RIO) and Linfox as customers.
Aurizon owns and operates the Central Queensland Coal Network. This coal rail network is one of the largest in the world and comprises 2,670km of rail infrastructure that links roughly 50 mines with 3 major ports in Queensland.
Since listing on the ASX in 2010, Aurizon shares have grown to sit comfortably within the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) and the company continues to consistently pay a dividend.
|23 Sep 2021||$3.72||$-0.02||-0.53%||10,199,218||$3.76||$3.78||$3.72|
|22 Sep 2021||$3.74||$-0.03||-0.80%||4,705,829||$3.77||$3.77||$3.73|
|21 Sep 2021||$3.77||$0.03||0.80%||4,339,022||$3.71||$3.77||$3.71|
|20 Sep 2021||$3.74||$-0.06||-1.58%||9,936,943||$3.79||$3.85||$3.69|
|17 Sep 2021||$3.80||$0.00||0.00%||9,329,309||$3.82||$3.84||$3.78|
|16 Sep 2021||$3.80||$0.01||0.26%||7,101,068||$3.77||$3.83||$3.77|
|15 Sep 2021||$3.79||$-0.07||-1.81%||10,455,073||$3.86||$3.89||$3.79|
|14 Sep 2021||$3.86||$0.01||0.26%||6,361,824||$3.87||$3.89||$3.83|
|13 Sep 2021||$3.85||$0.03||0.79%||6,657,143||$3.85||$3.90||$3.84|
|10 Sep 2021||$3.82||$0.03||0.79%||5,957,284||$3.82||$3.87||$3.79|
|09 Sep 2021||$3.79||$-0.03||-0.79%||6,726,651||$3.79||$3.83||$3.77|
|08 Sep 2021||$3.82||$0.05||1.33%||7,075,353||$3.78||$3.83||$3.78|
|07 Sep 2021||$3.77||$-0.01||-0.26%||3,594,607||$3.78||$3.81||$3.75|
|06 Sep 2021||$3.78||$-0.01||-0.26%||4,806,061||$3.78||$3.80||$3.74|
|03 Sep 2021||$3.79||$-0.02||-0.52%||4,548,876||$3.81||$3.83||$3.77|
|02 Sep 2021||$3.81||$0.02||0.53%||6,759,420||$3.80||$3.83||$3.77|
|01 Sep 2021||$3.79||$0.01||0.26%||5,454,100||$3.77||$3.83||$3.76|
|31 Aug 2021||$3.78||$-0.04||-1.05%||11,487,270||$3.81||$3.83||$3.76|
|30 Aug 2021||$3.82||$0.00||0.00%||8,246,773||$3.84||$3.85||$3.79|
|27 Aug 2021||$3.82||$-0.01||-0.26%||4,773,607||$3.83||$3.86||$3.82|
|26 Aug 2021||$3.83||$0.01||0.26%||8,653,436||$3.84||$3.91||$3.81|
|25 Aug 2021||$3.82||$-0.02||-0.52%||5,402,599||$3.83||$3.85||$3.79|
|23 Jun 2021||Sarah Ryan||Buy||15||$56,077||
|23 Jun 2021||Marcelo Bastos||Buy||10||$37,366||
|23 Jun 2021||Lyell Strambi||Buy||13||$49,965||
|21 Jun 2021||Marcelo Bastos||Buy||10||$37,000||
|14 Apr 2021||Sarah Ryan||Buy||10||$38,913||
|18 Feb 2021||Lyell Strambi||Buy||10||$39,997||
|27 Oct 2020||Andrew Harding||Issued||708||$2,805,252||
Issue of securities. 1,811,700 - Performance Rights.
|23 Oct 2020||Timothy Poole||Buy||25||$100,760||
|15 Oct 2020||Sarah Ryan||Buy||5||$20,650||
|15 Oct 2020||Sarah Ryan||Buy||5||$20,650||
|15 Oct 2020||Andrew Harding||Buy||40||$165,520||
|28 Sep 2020||Andrew Harding||Exercise||170||$744,888||
Conversion of securities. 1,103,303 - Performance Rights
|28 Sep 2020||Andrew Harding||Buy||170||$744,888||
Conversion of securities.
|Mr Timothy Michael Poole||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Jul 2015||
Mr Poole began his career in 1990 at PricewaterhouseCoopers before a period of 1995 to 2007 helping to build Hastings Fund Management, where he became Managing Director in 2005. Hastings was a global investor in unlisted assets, predominantly equity and debt issued by infrastructure companies. He is Chairman of Succession Committee, Member of Governance & Risk Management Committee and Safety, Health & Environment Committee.
|Mr Andrew Thomas Harding||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Dec 2016||
Mr Harding has operational experience in the resources industry and in managing supply chains for portfolio of iron ore assets. Mr Harding's 24-year executive career has been spent with Rio Tinto and in its subsidiary companies, with his most recent role before joining Aurizon being the global Chief Executive Iron Ore. Mr Harding was also the Global Practice Leader, Asset Management, Technology and Innovation group of Rio Tinto from 2005 to 2009. Mr Harding has supported a number of workplace initiatives including improvements in safety, a commitment to diversity, and the strengthening of Indigenous and community relationships. He is Member of Safety, Health & Environment Committee.
|Mr Michael Anthony Fraser||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2016||
Mr Fraser has more than 35 years of experience in the Australian energy industry. He has held various executive positions at AGL Energy culminating in his role as Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer for a period of seven years until February 2015. Mr Fraser is currently Chairman and Non-Executive Director of the ASX listed APA Group. Mr Fraser is former Chairman of the Clean Energy Council, Elgas Limited, ActewAGL and the NEMMCo Participants Advisory Committee, as well as a former Director of Queensland Gas Company Limited, the Australian Gas Association, and the Energy Retailers Association of Australia. He is Member of Human Resources 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 of the Melbourne and Olympic Parks Trust and Chairman and Non-Executive Director of Horizon Roads Pty Ltd. He is a former Non-Executive Director of Woodside Petroleum Limited and former Chairman of Orica Limited and the Australian Institute of Petroleum. He is Member of Human Resources Committee and Member of Governance & Risk Management Committee.
|Dr Sarah Elizabeth Ryan||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Dr Ryan has approximately 30 years of international experience in the oil and gas industry. Initially Sarah spent 20 years in various technical, operational and senior management positions, including 15 years with Schlumberger Limited 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 Viva Energy Group Limited and a Non-Executive Director of Future Battery Industry Cooperative Research Centre. Dr Ryan is also a Non-Executive Director of Norwegian listed Akastor ASA. Dr Ryan is Member of Governance & Risk Management Committee and Member of Safety, Health & Environment Committee.
|Ms Samantha (Sam) Lewis||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2015||
Ms Lewis has financial experience, including as a lead auditor of a number of major Australian listed entities. Ms Lewis has experience working with clients in the manufacturing, consumer business and energy sectors, and in addition to external audits, has provided accounting and transactional advisory services to other major organisations in Australia. Ms Lewis' experience includes accounting, finance, auditing, risk management, corporate governance, capital markets and due diligence. Ms Lewis is currently a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Audit & Compliance Committee of Orora Limited, Chairman of APRA's Audit and Risk Committee, and a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Audit & Risk Committee of Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited. Previously, Ms Lewis was an Assurance & Advisory partner from 2000 to 2014 with Deloitte Australia. He is Chair of Governance & Risk Management Committee and Member of Human Resources Committee and Succession Committee.
|Mr Marcelo Bastos||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2017||
Mr Bastos has more than 30 years of experience globally in the mining industry. He has experience in major project development, operations, logistics and senior leadership in most of the major sectors of the mining industry including iron ore, gold, copper, nickel, zinc and coal. Previously Mr Bastos was the Chief Operating Officer of MMG Limited 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 Chief Executive Officer 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. Mr Bastos is currently a Non-Executive Director of IIuka Resources Limited, Non-Executive Director of Anglo American PLC, and an External Director (Non-Executive Independent) of Golder Associates. He is Chairman of Safety, Health & Environment Committee.
|Ms Katherine Elizabeth Vidgen||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2016||
Ms Vidgen began her career as a banking, finance and energy lawyer at Malleson Stephen Jacques and in 1998 started in the Infrastructure advisory team within the Macquarie Group. During her time at Macquarie, Ms Vidgen has experience in infrastructure, energy and resources. Ms Vidgen has also held a number of roles including heading up Macquarie Capital's coal advisory team in Australia and being Global Co-Head of Resources Infrastructure. Ms Vidgen remains an Executive Director at Macquarie Capital and is currently the Global Head of Principal in Oil and Gas. She is Chair of Human Resources Committee and Member of Succession Committee.
|Mr Lyell Strambi||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Mr Strambi was appointed CEO and Managing Director of Australia Pacific Airports Corporation (APAC) in September 2015. He is responsible for the operation and development of both the Melbourne and Launceston airports. Mr Strambi has experience in the aviation sector both in Australia and abroad, spanning 40 years. Prior to commencing 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 Governance & Risk Management Committee and Member of Safety, Health & Environment Committee.
|Mr David Wenck||Head of Legal and Group General CounselCompany Secretary||Apr 2021||
|Ms Naomi Wecker||Additional Company Secretary||Apr 2021||
|Naomi Wecker||Additional Company Secretary||
|David Wenck||Head of Legal and Group General CounselCompany Secretary||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||660,619,760||35.89%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||353,330,669||19.20%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||269,592,982||14.65%|
|National Nominees Limited||69,221,196||3.76%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending Drp A/C)||45,508,348||2.47%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Drp)||29,111,038||1.58%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Ntcomnwlth Super Corp A/C)||23,644,787||1.28%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv A/C)||20,150,837||1.09%|
|Cs Third Nominees Pty Limited (Hsbc Cust Nom Au Ltd 13 A/C)||16,662,018||0.91%|
|Argo Investments Ltd||14,223,772||0.77%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd (Drp A/C)||13,143,389||0.71%|
|BNP Paribas Securities Services ( Bp2S Proplend Assets Drp A/C)||9,089,815||0.49%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited Gsco Eca||6,073,719||0.33%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd (Drp A/C)||4,153,023||0.23%|
|Australian United Investment Company Limited||4,000,000||0.22%|
|BNP Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd (Drp)||3,379,311||0.18%|
|AMP Life Limited||3,358,000||0.18%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Ioof Instmt Mgt Ltd Drp)||3,174,550||0.17%|
|Woodross Nominees Pty Ltd||2,728,329||0.15%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited (Wrap Services A/C)||2,624,059||0.14%|
Aurizon Holdings most recent dividend was 13.7 cents per share and was partially franked at 70%. This was Aurizon’s interim FY20 dividend and was paid on 23 March 2020. No announcements have been made regarding its final payment for 2020.
Aurizon Holdings does not currently offer a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP).