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Market Cap $5.24 billion
P/E Ratio 9.66
Dividend Yield 5.74%
Shares Outstanding 565.02 million
Earnings per share 0.955
Dividend per share 0.53
Year To Date Return 4.34%
Earnings Yield 10.35%
Franking 100%
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Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN)
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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank has made two dividend payments in 2021. The company paid an interim dividend of 28 cents per share on 31 March and a final dividend payment of 26.5 cents per share on 30 September 2021. Both payments came fully franked.

Yes, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank offers a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) as an alternative to receiving cash dividends on BEN ordinary shares.

Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
03 Sep 2021 $0.2650 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2021
18 Feb 2021 $0.2800 100.00% Final 31 Mar 2021
06 Mar 2020 $0.3100 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2020
02 Sep 2019 $0.3500 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2019
01 Mar 2019 $0.3500 100.00% Interim 29 Mar 2019
03 Sep 2018 $0.3500 100.00% Final 28 Sep 2018
01 Mar 2018 $0.3500 100.00% Interim 29 Mar 2018
05 Sep 2017 $0.3400 100.00% Final 29 Sep 2017
02 Mar 2017 $0.3400 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2017
06 Sep 2016 $0.3400 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2016
01 Mar 2016 $0.3400 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2016
18 Aug 2015 $0.3300 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2015
24 Feb 2015 $0.3300 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2015
19 Aug 2014 $0.3300 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2014
21 Feb 2014 $0.3100 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2014
23 Aug 2013 $0.3100 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2013
21 Feb 2013 $0.3000 100.00% Interim 28 Mar 2013
23 Aug 2012 $0.3000 100.00% Final 28 Sep 2012
23 Feb 2012 $0.3000 100.00% Interim 30 Mar 2012
29 Aug 2011 $0.3000 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2011
28 Feb 2011 $0.3000 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2011
27 Aug 2010 $0.3000 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2010
26 Feb 2010 $0.2800 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2010
27 Aug 2009 $0.1500 100.00% Final 30 Sep 2009
26 Feb 2009 $0.2800 100.00% Interim 31 Mar 2009

BEN ASX Announcements

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About Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd

Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX: BEN) is Australia’s largest retail bank outside of the big 4 ASX banks. It provides a range of products and services including personal and business banking, insurance, financial planning, commercial mortgages, and investment products.

The company’s history began in 1858 when the Bendigo Mutual Permanent Land and Building Society was established on the Bendigo goldfields. Then in 1877, the South Australian Hindmarsh Building Society was established. Through the merger of Bendigo Bank and Adelaide Bank in 2007, these businesses came together to form the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group.

Today, the bank has a number of other brands under its banner and employs more than 7,000 staff to service its 1.8 million customers across the country. The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank listed on the ASX in 1985 is now widely considered an ASX dividend share, as opposed to an investment focused on capital growth.

BEN Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
05 Jul 2022 $9.27 $0.04 0.43% 834,973 $9.30 $9.32 $9.14
04 Jul 2022 $9.23 $0.10 1.10% 1,130,530 $9.26 $9.30 $9.20
01 Jul 2022 $9.13 $0.06 0.66% 1,199,422 $9.20 $9.28 $9.13
30 Jun 2022 $9.07 $-0.26 -2.79% 2,077,459 $9.12 $9.21 $9.05
29 Jun 2022 $9.33 $0.00 0.00% 1,471,080 $9.30 $9.42 $9.24
28 Jun 2022 $9.33 $0.10 1.08% 2,320,810 $9.14 $9.33 $9.13
27 Jun 2022 $9.23 $0.17 1.88% 1,488,005 $9.20 $9.26 $9.13
24 Jun 2022 $9.06 $-0.16 -1.74% 1,364,085 $9.07 $9.09 $8.98
23 Jun 2022 $9.22 $0.05 0.55% 857,842 $9.19 $9.28 $9.17
22 Jun 2022 $9.17 $0.09 0.99% 2,120,681 $9.14 $9.29 $9.14
21 Jun 2022 $9.08 $0.35 4.01% 1,315,859 $8.86 $9.09 $8.81
20 Jun 2022 $8.73 $0.05 0.58% 1,957,818 $8.72 $8.89 $8.71
17 Jun 2022 $8.68 $-0.17 -1.92% 4,506,265 $8.69 $8.74 $8.62
16 Jun 2022 $8.85 $-0.09 -1.01% 2,590,479 $8.92 $9.05 $8.84
15 Jun 2022 $8.94 $-0.09 -1.00% 2,025,208 $9.06 $9.18 $8.92
14 Jun 2022 $9.03 $-0.30 -3.22% 3,112,439 $9.07 $9.07 $8.92
10 Jun 2022 $9.33 $-0.15 -1.58% 2,141,818 $9.47 $9.69 $9.28
09 Jun 2022 $9.48 $-0.33 -3.36% 2,853,403 $9.75 $9.75 $9.43
08 Jun 2022 $9.81 $-0.76 -7.19% 3,773,010 $10.65 $10.65 $9.80
07 Jun 2022 $10.57 $-0.10 -0.94% 1,474,012 $10.73 $10.75 $10.52

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
01 Apr 2022 Jacqueline Hey Transfer 44 $404,759
Off-market transfer.
01 Apr 2022 Jacqueline Hey Transfer 44 $404,759
Off-market transfer.
01 Apr 2022 Marnie Baker Issued 2 $22,812
Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice.
31 Mar 2022 Marnie Baker Issued 15 $149,700
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
31 Mar 2022 Jacqueline Hey Issued 1 $11,804
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
31 Mar 2022 James (Jim) Hazel Issued 895 $8,681
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
31 Mar 2022 David Matthews Issued 1 $10,446
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
29 Mar 2022 Richard Deutsch Buy 2 $20,580
On-market trade.
16 Mar 2022 Richard Deutsch Buy 500 $4,995
On-market trade.
14 Mar 2022 David Foster Buy 1 $10,004
On-market trade.
10 Mar 2022 Vicki Carter Buy 6 $67,263
On-market trade.
04 Mar 2022 Jan Harris Buy 1 $14,428
Conversion of securities.
04 Mar 2022 Jan Harris Exercise 1 $14,428
Conversion of securities. 1,503 - Rights
04 Mar 2022 Jacqueline Hey Buy 2 $21,916
Conversion of securities.
04 Mar 2022 Jacqueline Hey Exercise 2 $21,916
Conversion of securities. 2,532 - Rights & Converting Preference Shares.
02 Mar 2022 Victoria Weekes Buy 5 $47,550
On-market trade.
17 Nov 2021 Marnie Baker Buy 277 $2,549,992
Issue of securities.
17 Nov 2021 Marnie Baker Issued 24 $254,997
Issue of securities. 160,945 - Performance Shares and Performance Rights
30 Sep 2021 Marnie Baker Issued 15 $145,624
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
30 Sep 2021 Marnie Baker Issued 2 $22,327
Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice.
30 Sep 2021 Jacqueline Hey Issued 1 $11,473
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
30 Sep 2021 David Matthews Issued 1 $10,173
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
30 Sep 2021 Robert Hubbard Issued 761 $7,221
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
30 Sep 2021 James (Jim) Hazel Issued 890 $8,446
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
23 Aug 2021 Jacqueline Hey Issued 4 $45,558
Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. 4,815 - Rights & Converting Preference Shares.
23 Aug 2021 Jan Harris Issued 3 $29,999
Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. 3,006 - Rights
17 Aug 2021 Jan Harris Buy 2 $22,786
Conversion of securities.
17 Aug 2021 Jan Harris Exercise 2 $22,786
Conversion of securities.
17 Aug 2021 David Foster Buy 1 $14,999
On-market trade.
17 Aug 2021 Robert Hubbard Exercise 3 $37,980
Conversion of securities.
17 Aug 2021 Robert Hubbard Buy 3 $37,980
Conversion of securities.
17 Aug 2021 Jacqueline Hey Exercise 3 $34,746
Conversion of securities. 250 - Converting Preference Shares
17 Aug 2021 Jacqueline Hey Buy 3 $34,746
Conversion of securities.

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Mr James (Jim) Thomas Hazel Non-Executive Director Mar 2010
Mr Hazel is a professional public company director who has had an extensive career in banking, finance and risk management, including in the regional banking industry. He brings to the Board more than 40 years of experience in the financial services sector along with a deep understanding of regional and rural interests, valuable insights into the challenges faced by Australia's ageing population, and the retirement housing sector. He has led government initiatives to lower the occurrence of motor vehicle accidents, reduce the impact of road trauma and oversee programs to change behaviours and encourage safer driving. He is a member of the Risk Committee and transitioned from Chair of the Financial Risk Committee to a member in August 2020. Other director and memberships (including directorships of other listed companies for the previous three years) held by him are Chair, Ingenia Communities Group Limited (ASX listed, period: March 2012 to present), Precision Group, Adelaide Festival Centre Trust Director, Coopers Brewery Limited, Inheritance Capital Management Pty Ltd, Omega Communities Pty Ltd, Chapman Capital Partners Pro-Chancellor, University of South Australia Former Director, Centrex Metals Limited (ASX listed, period: July 2010 to September 2019)
Mr David John Matthews Non-Executive Director Mar 2010
Mr Matthews chaired the first Community Bank company in Australia, which began in Rupanyup and Minyip in Victoria. He retains a keen interest in the sustainability of the Community Bank network, and its value and importance to hundreds of communities across Australia. He also brings to the Board, a sound understanding of the importance and resilience of the Australian agricultural sector both to the economy and to our future and continues to operate a farm and an agricultural import/export business based in the Wimmera region of Victoria. He continues to maintain a close involvement in several agricultural industry bodies. He brings to the Board an array of skills including experience in agribusiness from production to international trade, deep community connections and an understanding of the critical role the 'human' piece plays in business success. He is a member of the Financial Risk, Audit and Governance & Human Resources Committees. He is also a member of the Community Bank National Council and Chair of the Agribusiness Advisory Committee Other director and memberships (including directorships of other listed companies for the previous three years) held by him are Director, Australian Grain Technologies Pty Limited, Farm Trade Australia Pty Limited, Rupanyup/Minyip Finance Group Limited.
Ms Jacqueline Cherie Hey Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Jul 2011
Ms Hey offers international experience in business and technology systems and enjoyed a highly successful executive career prior to becoming a full-time company director in 2011. She took up a graduate position with Ericsson the Swedish telecommunications company where she held a variety of leadership roles across more than two decades, eventually rising to become MD & CEO of Ericsson in the UK/Ireland and Australia/NZ. She brings to the Board an extensive array of skills including executive leadership, corporate and business acumen, technology and innovation, financial acumen and corporate governance. She is a member of the Governance & Human Resources and Technology Committees. Other director and memberships (including directorships of other listed companies for the previous three years) held by her are Director of Qantas Airways Limited (ASX Listed, period: August 2013 to present), AGL Energy Limited (ASX listed, period: March 2016 to present). Member of Brighton Grammar School Council. Former Director, Australian Foundation Investment Company

Mr David Andrew Foster Non-Executive Director Sep 2019
Mr Foster is an experienced non-executive director, with a diverse portfolio of directorships and advisory roles across a range of listed and government organisations. Mr Foster's executive career primarily in financial services has spanned more than 25 years, most recently as CEO of Suncorp Bank from 2008 to 2013. He also held a number of senior roles with Westpac Banking Corporation in Sydney and Queensland across a 14-year period. Mr Foster brings to the Board an extensive array of skills including strategy, M&A, operational leadership, finance and risk management, product management and marketing, and change management. Mr Foster is a member of the Risk Committee and transitioned from a member of the Financial Risk Committee to Chair in August 2020. Other director and memberships (including directorships of other listed companies for the previous three years) held by him are Chair, Motorcycle Holdings Limited (ASX Listed, period: March 2016 to present) Director, G8 Education Limited (ASX Listed, period: February 2016 to present), Genworth Mortgage Insurance Australia Limited (ASX Listed, period: May 2016 to present), Director, Youi Holdings Pty Ltd, Peak Services Pty Ltd, Former Director, Thorn Group Limited (ASX Listed, period: December 2014 to October 2019) Member of the University of the Sunshine Coast Council.
Ms Jan Harris Non-Executive Director Feb 2016
Mr Harris has experience and understanding of the regulatory and government landscape brings additional breadth and balance to the Board. He has had a distinguished career in the Australian public service with broad experience in public and regulatory policy development, economics and governance. He has held senior roles in the Department of the Treasury and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, including as Deputy Secretary of the Treasury. As well as her depth and understanding of public policy, he brings an array of skills including finance, regulatory risk, compliance and risk management. He is Chair of the Risk Committee Other director and memberships (including directorships of other listed companies for the previous three years) held by hima re Member, Australian Office of Financial Management Audit Committee.
Ms Victoria Weekes Non-Executive Director Feb 2022
Ms Weekes has over 35 years of experience in financial services and has led several organisations. Victoria has held executive roles with Australian listed companies and multi-nationals including Westpac, Citi, Allens and Jarden Morgan (now CS First Boston). She is a non-executive director and chair with experience across a range of business sectors in the public, private, government and not-for-profit organisations. Victoria has deep expertise in risk management, regulation, and compliance at both executive and board level. Victoria is the chair of NSW Treasury Audit and Risk Committee and recently navigated the sale of ANZ's superannuation fund as the independent chair of OnePath. Victoria is a non-executive director of Alcidion Group Limited (ASX: ALC), the deputy chair of St George Community Housing Group, a member of council at State Library of NSW and immediate past chair of Sydney Local Health District. She is the president of professional standards body FINSIA and was previously the chair of Australian Gender Equality Council. She will join the Risk Committee and Financial Risk Committee of BEN effective 15/02/2022.
Ms Marnie Baker Managing Director Jul 2018
Ms Baker has over 30 years' experience in the financial services industry, across Banking, Trustee and Custodial Services, Financial Planning, Insurance and Funds Management. She has been with the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group since 1989, and an Executive of the Bank since 2000. Her most recent positions include Chief Customer Officer which had responsibility for all the customer facing and direct customer support businesses across the Group, Executive Corporate Resources with responsibility for human resources, information technology, legal, assurance, property & security, procurement and corporate services, as well as previous positions of Chief Information Officer, Group Treasurer and Chief Executive Officer Sandhurst Trustees. She brings to the Board a strong understanding and connection to regional Australia as well as an array of skills, knowledge and experience from over 30 years in financial services, two thirds of which has been in Executive positions. Other director and memberships (including directorships of other listed companies for the previous three years) held by her are Deputy Chair of the Australian Banking Association, member of Business Council of Australia, Mastercard (Asia Pacific) Advisory Board, Corporate Executive Women and La Trobe University's Bendigo Regional Advisory Board.
Ms Vicki Carter Non-Executive Director Sep 2018
Ms Carter has over 30 years' experience in the financial services and telecommunications sectors with executive roles in distribution, strategy and operations, human resources and transformation. Her skills in large scale people leadership, product and sales management, transformation delivery and risk management have been, and continue to be, valuable and contemporary contributions to the Board and the Bank. She recently concluded her role as Executive Director, Transformation Delivery at Telstra, and prior to that, held a number of executive roles at NAB including Executive General Manager Retail Bank, Executive General Manager - Business Operations and General Manager of People and Culture, as well as senior leadership roles at MLC, ING and Prudential Assurance Co Ltd. She is Chair of the Technology Committee and is a member of the Financial Risk and Governance and Human Resources Committees.
Mr Richard David Deutsch Non-Executive Director Sep 2021
Mr Deutsch has experience in delivering complex audit and advisory services to Australia's public, private, government and not-for-profit organisations having most recently served as CEO of Deloitte Australia. At Deloitte Australia, Richard was the Managing Partner of the Audit & Advisory Practice and a member of the Global Audit & Advisory Leadership Team. Richard's career also includes more than 25 years working with PwC, including nine years on PwC's Australian executive. Richard is passionate about supporting organisations that have a positive impact in the community. He is a former Chairman of OzHarvest and a former Director of Adara Group, a charitable organisation focusing on international development in emerging economies. His former directorships also include serving as President and Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia (now Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand) and Director of SCEGGS Darlinghurst. Richard has also been a member of the Male Champions of Change, Australian Climate Leaders Coalition and the Business Council of Australia.
Ms Carmen Odette Lunderstedt Company Secretary Oct 2019
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Travis Crouch Chief Financial Officer
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Taso Corolis Chief Risk Officer
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Ryan Brosnahan Chief Transformation Officer
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Carmen Odette Lunderstedt Company Secretary
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Bruce Speirs Executive Business Banking
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Richard Fennell Executive Consumer Banking
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Alexandra Gartmann Executive Rural Bank Partnerships Public and Corporate Affairs
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Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 100,627,645 18.39%
J P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited 54,399,237 9.94%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 37,205,223 6.80%
National Nominees Limited 20,484,219 3.74%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <Smp Accounts Drp> 10,007,871 1.83%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd <DRP A/C> 2,000,270 0.37%
Neweconomy Com Au Nominees Pty Limited <900 Account> 1,954,338 0.36%
Carlton Hotel Limited 1,117,147 0.20%
Netwealth Investments Limited <Wrap Services A/C> 943,459 0.17%
Marnie Ann Baker 886,673 0.16%
AMP Life Limited 827,136 0.15%
Bond Street Custodians Limited <Macquarie Aeef A/C> 791,328 0.14%
Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd <Drp A/C> 719,438 0.13%
Leesville Equity Pty Ltd 681,688 0.12%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Ioof Instmt Mgt Ltd Drp> 524,312 0.10%
Nulis Nominees (Australia) Limited <Navigator Mast Plan Sett A/C> 518,370 0.09%
Termz Pty Ltd <Pompapiel Super A/C> 500,000 0.09%
John Pierce Tobin 477,154 0.09%
BNP Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd <Drp> 475,874 0.09%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <IB AU Noms Retailclient DRP> 469,344 0.09%

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