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Market Cap $3.98 billion
P/E Ratio 15.13
Dividend Yield 6.38%
Shares Outstanding 656.58 million
Earnings per share 0.394
Dividend per share 0.38
Year To Date Return 0.82%
Earnings Yield 6.61%
Franking 100%
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  • Bank of Queensland Ltd (ASX: BOQ)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, Bank of Queensland generally pays two fully franked dividends a year.

    Bank of Queensland’s dividends are historically paid in May and November. In 2020, Bank of Queensland paid only one dividend in November of that year, however resumed paying twice yearly in 2021. 

    Bank of Queensland listed on the ASX on 24 August 1971.

    Bank of Queensland Ltd is an independent Australian financial institution and is not owned by any other bank. The company distinguishes itself with a unique owner-managed branch model.

    As an established and regulated Australian bank, Bank of Queensland adheres to and operates under the strict standards set by Australian banking regulations.

    Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
    02 May 2024 $0.1700 100.00% Interim 27 May 2024
    26 Oct 2023 $0.2100 100.00% Final 16 Nov 2023
    10 May 2023 $0.2000 100.00% Interim 01 Jun 2023
    27 Oct 2022 $0.2400 100.00% Final 17 Nov 2022
    04 May 2022 $0.2200 100.00% Interim 26 May 2022
    28 Oct 2021 $0.2200 100.00% Final 18 Nov 2021
    05 May 2021 $0.1700 100.00% Interim 26 May 2021
    04 Nov 2020 $0.1200 100.00% Final 25 Nov 2020
    06 Nov 2019 $0.3100 100.00% Final 27 Nov 2019
    01 May 2019 $0.3400 100.00% Interim 22 May 2019
    24 Oct 2018 $0.3800 100.00% Final 14 Nov 2018
    26 Apr 2018 $0.3800 100.00% Interim 17 May 2018
    02 Nov 2017 $0.0000 100.00% Special 23 Nov 2017
    02 Nov 2017 $0.0000 100.00% Final 23 Nov 2017
    20 Apr 2017 $0.0000 100.00% Interim 17 May 2017
    27 Oct 2016 $0.3800 100.00% Final 22 Nov 2016
    28 Apr 2016 $0.3800 100.00% Interim 19 May 2016
    29 Oct 2015 $0.3800 100.00% Final 24 Nov 2015
    03 Nov 2014 $0.3400 100.00% Final 27 Nov 2014
    24 Apr 2014 $0.3200 100.00% Interim 23 May 2014
    07 Nov 2013 $0.3000 100.00% Final 04 Dec 2013
    02 May 2013 $0.2800 100.00% Interim 27 May 2013
    15 Nov 2012 $0.2600 100.00% Final 10 Dec 2012
    02 May 2012 $0.2600 100.00% Interim 25 May 2012
    09 Nov 2011 $0.2800 100.00% Final 02 Dec 2011
    03 May 2011 $0.2600 100.00% Interim 25 May 2011
    12 Nov 2010 $0.2600 100.00% Final 02 Dec 2010
    28 Apr 2010 $0.2600 100.00% Interim 18 May 2010
    13 Nov 2009 $0.2600 100.00% Final 01 Dec 2009
    29 Apr 2009 $0.2600 100.00% Interim 19 May 2009
    07 Nov 2008 $0.3800 100.00% Final 24 Nov 2008
    28 Apr 2008 $0.3500 100.00% Interim 16 May 2008
    13 Nov 2006 $0.3000 100.00% Final 27 Nov 2006
    19 Apr 2006 $0.2700 100.00% Interim 11 May 2006
    07 Nov 2005 $0.1500 100.00% Special 25 Nov 2005
    07 Nov 2005 $0.2500 100.00% Final 25 Nov 2005
    15 Apr 2004 $0.2100 100.00% Interim 05 May 2004
    23 Oct 2003 $0.2000 100.00% Final 14 Nov 2003

    BOQ 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 Bank of Queensland Ltd

    Bank of Queensland Ltd (ASX: BOQ) is one of Australia's largest regional banks still operating independently of the 'Big Four' banks. The company offers home loans, personal finance, and commercial loans and operates both owner-managed and corporate branches.

    Bank of Queensland is the owner of Virgin Money Australia and Me Bank. Its business segments also include BOQ Finance and BOQ Specialist which offers niche banking services targeted at medical, dental, veterinary, and accounting businesses.

    Bank of Queensland listed on the ASX in 1971 and is around the top 100 companies on the ASX according to market capitalisation.

    BOQ Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    21 May 2024 $6.04 $0.08 1.34% 1,575,495 $5.95 $6.04 $5.94
    20 May 2024 $5.96 $-0.02 -0.33% 1,527,769 $5.98 $6.00 $5.92
    17 May 2024 $5.98 $0.11 1.87% 5,082,487 $5.88 $6.06 $5.87
    16 May 2024 $5.87 $0.04 0.69% 1,290,349 $5.90 $5.91 $5.85
    15 May 2024 $5.83 $-0.07 -1.19% 1,125,579 $5.90 $5.90 $5.83
    14 May 2024 $5.90 $-0.02 -0.34% 1,315,635 $5.92 $5.93 $5.87
    13 May 2024 $5.92 $0.00 0.00% 1,965,925 $5.90 $5.95 $5.87
    10 May 2024 $5.92 $0.02 0.34% 1,364,265 $5.92 $5.95 $5.86
    09 May 2024 $5.90 $-0.03 -0.51% 1,624,090 $5.94 $6.02 $5.88
    08 May 2024 $5.93 $0.04 0.68% 2,240,734 $5.88 $5.93 $5.87
    07 May 2024 $5.89 $0.06 1.03% 2,508,875 $5.82 $5.89 $5.78
    06 May 2024 $5.83 $-0.03 -0.51% 2,684,263 $5.88 $5.90 $5.80
    03 May 2024 $5.86 $-0.04 -0.68% 2,097,513 $5.91 $5.95 $5.85
    02 May 2024 $5.90 $-0.19 -3.12% 2,740,994 $5.91 $5.97 $5.89
    01 May 2024 $6.09 $-0.06 -0.98% 2,917,011 $6.13 $6.14 $6.08
    30 Apr 2024 $6.15 $-0.01 -0.16% 2,679,271 $6.18 $6.18 $6.12
    29 Apr 2024 $6.16 $0.08 1.32% 1,832,059 $6.11 $6.19 $6.10
    26 Apr 2024 $6.08 $-0.09 -1.46% 2,106,442 $6.10 $6.12 $6.07
    24 Apr 2024 $6.17 $-0.02 -0.32% 1,513,295 $6.22 $6.25 $6.15
    23 Apr 2024 $6.19 $0.09 1.48% 2,692,760 $6.12 $6.21 $6.10

    Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
    31 Jan 2024 Patrick Allaway Issued 259,350 $1,566,474
    Issue of securities. 259,350 Executive Performance
    Rights
    31 Jan 2024 Patrick Allaway Issued 796,562 $4,811,234
    Issue of options.
    01 Nov 2023 Warwick Negus Issued 65,729 $348,583
    Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. VWAP, 65,729 Rights
    01 Nov 2023 Bruce Carter Issued 52,420 $278,000
    Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. VWAP, 52,420 Rights
    01 Nov 2023 Jennifer (Jenny) Fagg Issued 4,300 $22,800
    Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. VWAP, 4,300 Rights
    01 Sep 2023 Deborah Kiers Exercise 3,281 $18,865
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Deborah Kiers Issued 3,281 $18,865
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Jennifer (Jenny) Fagg Issued 3,281 $18,865
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Jennifer (Jenny) Fagg Exercise 3,281 $18,865
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Bruce Carter Exercise 38,997 $224,232
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Bruce Carter Issued 38,997 $224,232
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Warwick Negus Issued 38,997 $224,232
    Conversion of securities.
    01 Sep 2023 Warwick Negus Exercise 38,997 $224,232
    Conversion of securities.
    06 Jul 2023 Mickie Rosen Buy 10,000 $55,599
    On-market trade.
    22 Jun 2023 Deborah Kiers Buy 6,309 $35,078
    On-market trade.

    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Mr Andrew Peter Fraser Non-Executive Director Feb 2024
    Mr Fraser is Chair of Australian Retirement Trust Pty Ltd and a Director of BESIX Watpac Ltd, Brisbane Broncos Ltd as well as President of Motorsport Australia. Additionally, he is Chair of Orange Sky Australia, and a Director of two other charities. In 2022, he was appointed Chancellor of Griffith University. Mr Fraser , was previously the Head of Strategy & Investment at National Rugby League and a Director of the Australian Sports Commission and Moorebank Intermodal Company. Andrew served as a Minister in two governments including as Treasurer of Queensland from 2007 to 2012.
    Mr Patrick Newton James Allaway Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director May 2019
    Mr Allaway has extensive senior executive, non-executive, and corporate advisory experience across the financial services, property, media, and retail sectors. Patrick's executive career was in financial services with Citibank and Swiss Bank Corporation (now UBS) working in Sydney, New York, Zurich, and London. He was Managing Director SBC Capital Markets & Treasury with direct responsibility for a global business. Patrick brings over 30 years of experience in financial services across financial markets, capital markets, institutional banking, and corporate advisory. He has extensive experience in leading large global teams, transforming businesses and managing customer activities with global responsibility for serving corporate and institutional customers. Patrick has over 15 years of Non-Executive Director experience and was formerly a Non-Executive Director of Allianz Australia, Dexus Funds Management Limited, Macquarie Goodman Industrial Trust, Metcash Limited, Fairfax Media, Woolworths South Africa, David Jones, Country Road Group, and Nine Entertainment Co. Patrick is currently a member of the Adobe International Advisory Board. Adobe is a leading global technology company, ranked in the top 50 of all global companies by market capitalisation.
    Mr Warwick Martin Negus Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Sep 2016
    Mr Negus brings more than 30 years of finance industry experience in Asia, Europe, and Australia. His most recent executive roles include Chief Executive Officer of 452 Capital, Chief Executive Officer of Colonial First State Global Asset Management, and Goldman Sachs Managing Director in Australia, London, and Singapore. He was also a Vice President of Bankers Trust Australia and a Director of the University of NSW Foundation and FINSIA. Warwick is Chair of Dexus Funds Management Limited, and a Non-Executive Director of Virgin Australia Holdings Pty Ltd and Terrace Tower Group. He is a member of the Council of UNSW.
    Ms Karen Lee Collett Penrose Non-Executive Director Nov 2015
    Ms Penrose is an experienced non-executive director and banker. As a banker, Karen has 20 years of experience leading businesses within Commonwealth Bank of Australia and HSBC and over ten years in accounting and finance roles. She has particular expertise in the financial services, health, property, resources and energy sectors. Karen is a Non-Executive Director of Cochlear Limited, Ramsay Health Care Limited and Estia Health Limited. She is also a Director of Ramsay Generale de Sante and Rugby Australia Limited. Karen was formerly a Non-Executive Director of Vicinity Centres Limited, AWE Limited, Spark Infrastructure Group, Landcom, and Future Generation Global Investment Company Limited. She is a member of Chief Executive Women.
    Mr Bruce James Carter Non-Executive Director Feb 2014
    Mr Carter was a founding Managing Partner of Ferrier Hodgson South Australia, a corporate advisory and restructuring business, and has worked across a number of industries and sectors in the public and private sectors. He has been involved with a number of state government-appointed restructures and reviews, including chairing a task force to oversee the government's involvement in major resource and mining infrastructure projects. He had a central role in a number of key government economic papers, including the Economic Statement on South Australian Prospects for Growth, the Sustainable Budget Commission, and the Prime Minister's 2012 GST Distribution Review. Bruce has worked with all the major financial institutions in Australia. Before Ferrier Hodgson, he was at Ernst & Young for 14 years, including four years as Partner in Adelaide. During his time at Ernst & Young, he worked across the London, Hong Kong, Toronto, and New York offices. Bruce is currently Chair of AIG Australia Limited, Australian Submarine Corporation and Sage Group Holdings Limited, and a Non-Executive Director of Lovisa Holdings Limited. He formerly chaired the Boards of Aventus Capital Limited and One Rail Australia and was a Non-Executive Director of Crown Resorts Limited, SkyCity Entertainment Group Limited and Genesee and Wyoming Inc (NYSE).
    Ms Mickie Rosen Non-Executive Director Mar 2021
    Ms Rosen has three decades of strategy, operating, advisory, and board experience across media, technology, and e-commerce. She has built and led global businesses for iconic brands such as Yahoo, Fox, and Disney, as well as early-stage companies including Hulu and Fandango. Mickie is also a Non-Executive Director of Nine Entertainment Co and FaZe Clan in the United States. Prior, she served on the boards of Pandora Media and Ascendant Digital Acquisition Corp, was the President of Tribune Interactive, and concurrently the President of the Los Angeles Times. Mickie commenced her career with McKinsey & Company, is based on the West Coast of the United States and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
    Ms Deborah Kiers Non-Executive Director Aug 2021
    Ms Kiers previously acted as a Director of ME Bank. She is currently a Non-Executive Director for IFM Investors and holds the positions of Chair of the Responsible Investment and Sustainability Committee and Chair of the Board Audit and Risk Committee. She is also Chair of the Tiverton Agriculture Impact Fund and Non-Executive Director of Downforce Technologies Limited. Deborah's career includes 30 years of corporate advisory and consulting support to boards, CEOs, and executive management teams across a range of industries including Financial Services, Energy and Resources, Industrials, Property, Infrastructure and Regulated Utilities, both in Australia and internationally. Her corporate support included strategy, enterprise transformation, M&A integration, leadership transition and development, and building synergies between strategy, culture, and performance.
    Dr Jennifer (Jenny) Anne Fagg Non-Executive Director Oct 2021
    Dr Fagg brings to the Board more than 30 years executive experience across leading financial services institutions in Australia and abroad. Most recently, she cofounded 2Be Finance, a lending fintech. Previously, Jenny served as Chief Risk Officer for AMP driving the transformation agenda for risk culture and systems following the Hayne Royal Commission. She is recognised for her turnaround credentials fostered as SEVP of Retail Products of CIBC (Canada), as CEO of ANZ National Bank (New Zealand) and as MD of ANZ Consumer Finance. She currently serves on the National Breast Cancer Foundation Board.
    Ms Fiona Daly Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel Sep 2020
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    Ms Ricky Anne Lane Mullins Additional Company Secretary. Jan 2024
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    Ricky Anne Lane Mullins Additional Company Secretary.
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    Racheal Kellaway Chief Financial Officer
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    Craig Ryman Chief Information Officer
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    Paul Newham Chief Operations Officer
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    Rod Finch Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer
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    Fiona Daly Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel
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    David Watts Group Chief Risk Officer
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    Chris Screen Group Executive Business Banking
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    Martine Jager Group Executive Retail Banking People & Culture & Chief Executive Officer ME Bank
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    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Name Shares Capital
    Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 91,376,886 13.90%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 37,094,051 5.64%
    J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 36,980,785 5.63%
    National Nominees Limited 21,116,313 3.21%
    Bnp Paribas Noms Pty Ltd 10,185,282 1.55%
    Golden Lineage Pty Ltd 3,258,631 0.50%
    Pacific Custodians Pty Limited 2,868,065 0.44%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited i 2,200,626 0.33%
    Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited i 2,120,670 0.32%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd 1,842,496 0.28%
    Glenn Hargraves Investments Pty Ltd 1,800,000 0.27%
    Emichrome Pty Limited 1,324,594 0.20%
    Mr Kie Chie Wong 1,233,000 0.19%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd 1,170,223 0.18%
    Carlton Hotel Limited 1,084,037 0.16%
    The Manly Hotels Pty Limited 1,045,301 0.16%
    Tom Hadley Enterprises Pty Ltd 1,000,000 0.15%
    Bnp Paribas Noms(Nz) Ltd 996,158 0.15%
    Pacific Custodians Pty Limited i 969,314 0.15%
    Emichrome Pty Limited i 900,000 0.14%

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