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Avg. Volume (1 month)
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|16 Feb 2021||$1.5000||100.00%||Interim||30 Mar 2021|
|19 Aug 2020||$0.9800||100.00%||Final||30 Sep 2020|
|19 Feb 2020||$2.0000||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2020|
|14 Aug 2019||$2.3100||100.00%||Final||26 Sep 2019|
|13 Feb 2019||$2.0000||100.00%||Interim||28 Mar 2019|
|15 Aug 2018||$2.3100||100.00%||Final||28 Sep 2018|
|14 Feb 2018||$2.0000||100.00%||Interim||28 Mar 2018|
|16 Aug 2017||$2.3000||100.00%||Final||29 Sep 2017|
|22 Feb 2017||$1.9900||100.00%||Interim||04 Apr 2017|
|17 Aug 2016||$2.2200||100.00%||Final||29 Sep 2016|
|16 Feb 2016||$1.9800||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2016|
|18 Aug 2015||$2.2200||100.00%||Final||01 Oct 2015|
|17 Feb 2015||$1.9800||100.00%||Interim||02 Apr 2015|
|19 Aug 2014||$2.1800||100.00%||Final||02 Oct 2014|
|17 Feb 2014||$1.8300||100.00%||Interim||03 Apr 2014|
|19 Aug 2013||$2.0000||100.00%||Final||03 Oct 2013|
|18 Feb 2013||$1.6400||100.00%||Interim||05 Apr 2013|
|20 Aug 2012||$1.9700||100.00%||Final||05 Oct 2012|
|20 Feb 2012||$1.3700||100.00%||Interim||05 Apr 2012|
|15 Aug 2011||$1.8800||100.00%||Final||06 Oct 2011|
|14 Feb 2011||$1.3200||100.00%||Interim||01 Apr 2011|
|16 Aug 2010||$1.7000||100.00%||Final||01 Oct 2010|
|15 Feb 2010||$1.2000||100.00%||Interim||01 Apr 2010|
|17 Aug 2009||$1.1500||100.00%||Final||01 Oct 2009|
|16 Feb 2009||$1.1300||100.00%||Interim||23 Mar 2009|
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|
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is an Australian multinational bank, operating across Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States, China, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and South Africa.
CBA, also known as CommBank, is one of the “big four” Australian banks in terms of market capitalisation, earnings and customers, and is also among the largest listed companies on the ASX.
CBA is one of the most recognised brands in Australia and provides a range of integrated financial services including retail, business and institutional banking, funds management, superannuation, life insurance, general insurance and broking services.
|11 Jun 2021||$101.36||$-0.49||-0.48%||1,740,852||$101.00||$101.70||$100.82|
|10 Jun 2021||$101.85||$0.77||0.76%||1,791,330||$101.00||$102.12||$100.77|
|09 Jun 2021||$101.08||$-0.40||-0.39%||1,834,240||$101.38||$101.91||$100.94|
|08 Jun 2021||$101.48||$-0.45||-0.44%||2,221,585||$101.85||$102.42||$100.71|
|07 Jun 2021||$101.93||$-0.59||-0.58%||1,248,446||$102.25||$102.30||$101.47|
|04 Jun 2021||$102.52||$1.31||1.29%||2,392,986||$101.74||$102.64||$101.50|
|03 Jun 2021||$101.21||$0.88||0.88%||1,880,645||$100.50||$101.85||$100.39|
|02 Jun 2021||$100.33||$0.87||0.87%||1,992,987||$100.00||$100.42||$99.31|
|01 Jun 2021||$99.46||$-0.26||-0.26%||1,237,766||$99.37||$99.82||$98.84|
|31 May 2021||$99.72||$-0.84||-0.84%||2,196,204||$100.72||$101.50||$99.65|
|28 May 2021||$100.56||$1.59||1.61%||2,804,407||$99.09||$100.56||$98.82|
|27 May 2021||$98.97||$-0.61||-0.61%||3,680,584||$99.65||$100.08||$98.74|
|26 May 2021||$99.58||$-0.05||-0.05%||1,981,651||$99.25||$100.20||$99.25|
|25 May 2021||$99.63||$0.87||0.88%||1,526,334||$98.87||$99.65||$98.60|
|24 May 2021||$98.76||$0.71||0.72%||1,693,358||$98.00||$99.16||$97.65|
|21 May 2021||$98.05||$-0.35||-0.36%||4,462,981||$97.99||$98.57||$97.57|
|20 May 2021||$98.40||$3.08||3.23%||3,282,496||$96.09||$98.48||$95.86|
|19 May 2021||$95.32||$-2.44||-2.50%||2,971,615||$96.69||$97.00||$95.10|
|18 May 2021||$97.76||$-0.03||-0.03%||1,926,787||$98.35||$98.85||$97.76|
|17 May 2021||$97.79||$1.21||1.25%||1,931,159||$96.99||$98.40||$96.91|
|14 May 2021||$96.58||$0.60||0.63%||2,118,205||$97.25||$97.38||$96.41|
|13 May 2021||$95.98||$0.41||0.43%||2,462,934||$95.43||$96.50||$94.82|
|22 Mar 2021||Peter Harmer||Buy||948||$79,944||
|19 Mar 2021||Matthew Comyn||Transfer||11||$1,015,927||
|19 Mar 2021||Matthew Comyn||Transfer||11||$1,015,927||
|19 Mar 2021||Anne Templeman-Jones||Buy||11||$941||
|19 Mar 2021||Mary Padbury||Buy||25||$2,140||
|19 Mar 2021||Robert Whitfield||Buy||233||$19,947||
|19 Mar 2021||Genevieve Bell||Buy||147||$12,584||
|16 Mar 2021||Matthew Comyn||Sell||22||$1,922,800||
|25 Nov 2020||Matthew Comyn||Issued||64||$4,456,208||
Issue of securities. 194,311 - rights & restricted share units
|19 Nov 2020||Robert Whitfield||Buy||94||$7,308||
|19 Nov 2020||Genevieve Bell||Buy||124||$9,641||
|08 Sep 2020||Genevieve Bell||Buy||209||$14,149||
|08 Sep 2020||Robert Whitfield||Buy||266||$18,008||
|08 Sep 2020||Mary Padbury||Buy||42||$2,843||
|01 Sep 2020||Matthew Comyn||Buy||4||$320,525||
Conversion of securities.
|01 Sep 2020||Matthew Comyn||Exercise||4||$320,525||
Conversion of securities. 130,082 - rights & restricted shares
|17 Aug 2020||Matthew Comyn||Exercise||18||$1,313,588||
Conversion of securities. 138,406 - Restricted shares & rights.
|17 Aug 2020||Matthew Comyn||Buy||18||$1,313,588||
Conversion of securities.
|17 Aug 2020||Matthew Comyn||Expiry||3||$249,429||
As advised by the company. 134,881 - Restricted shares & rights.
3,525 rights lapsed.
|14 Aug 2020||Catherine Livingstone||Buy||1||$86,112||
|14 Aug 2020||Catherine Livingstone||Sell||3||$258,192||
|Ms Catherine Brighid Livingstone||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Mar 2016||
Ms Catherine has an experience in business, finance and executive leadership experience and has contributed to the development of Australia's banking, telecommunications, science, technology and innovation sectors. She has held a number of senior roles, including as Chairman of Telstra Corporation Ltd and of the CSIRO, and as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Cochlear Ltd. She has also served on the boards of WorleyParsons Ltd, Macquarie Bank Ltd, Macquarie Group Ltd, Goodman Fielder Ltd and Rural Press Ltd and is a former President of the Business Council of Australia and the Australian Museum. Catherine is Chancellor of the University of Technology Sydney. She is also a member of the Steering Committee for the CSIRO Australia Telescope National Facility and the Growth Center Advisory Committee.
|Mr Simon Paul Moutter||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Mr Moutter is a former Managing Director of Spark New Zealand Limited, and brings to the Board understanding of technology, process effectiveness and business strategy.
|Mr Paul Francis O'Malley||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2019||
Mr Malley has broad executive leadership and operational experience. He served as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of BlueScope Steel Ltd for 10 years, after joining the company as Chief Financial Officer. Previously, Paul was the Chief Executive Officer of TXU Energy, a subsidiary of TXU Corp based in Dallas, Texas. He also has a strong background in finance and accounting and worked in investment banking and audit. Paul is a former Director of the Worldsteel Association, Chair of its Nominating Committee, and Trustee of the Melbourne Cricket Ground Trust. Paul serves as the Chairman for Australian Catholic Redress Ltd. He was director BlueScope Steel Ltd (August 2007 - December 2017).
|Mr Matthew Peter Comyn||Chief Executive OfficerExecutive Director||Apr 2018||
Mr Comyn has 20 years experience in banking across business, institutional, retail and wealth management and has held a number of senior leadership roles since joining the Bank in 1999. As CEO, he is focused on building a simpler bank fully aligned to meeting the needs of customers in core markets, underpinned by stronger risk management and a continuing commitment to innovation and customer service. From 2012 until his appointment as CEO, Matt was Group Executive Retail Banking Services, the Bank's largest operating division, which accounts for more than half of the Bank's profit and also leads the development of digital products and services for the Bank. Between 2006 and 2010, He was Managing Director of the Bank's biggest digital business, CommSec, overseeing a significant modernisation of its technology platform and growing market share and profitability. He is the Chair of the Australian Banking Association and serves on the Board of UNICEF Australia and the Financial Markets Foundation for Children.
|Ms Anne Louise Templeman-Jones||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2018||
Ms Jones has an experienced with substantial operational risk, banking and strategy experience in listed company director. She is a Director of G.U.D. Holdings Ltd and WorleyParsons Ltd. During her 30-year executive career, Anne held a number of leadership positions in corporate and private banking with domestic and offshore banks including Westpac Banking Corporation, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd and Bank of Singapore. Anne is the former Chairman of Commonwealth Bank's financial advice companies and has served on the boards of The Citadel Group Ltd, Cuscal Ltd, HT&E Limited, Pioneer Credit Ltd, TAL Superannuation Fund and HBF's private and general insurance companies. Anne is a Director of the Cyber Security Research Centre Ltd and a member of the Cyber Security Research Committee. She holds directorship in HT&E Limited (June 2013 - May 2018), G.U.D Holdings Ltd (August 2015 - present), The Citadel Group Ltd (September 2017 - May 2020) and WorleyParsons Ltd (November 2017 - present).
|Mr Shirish Apte||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2014||
Mr Apte has more than three decades of international banking experience at Citi, where he focused on corporate, investment banking, and risk management, and managed commercial and retail banking businesses at country and regional level. His roles included Co-Chairman of Citi Asia Pacific Banking, Chief Executive Officer of Citi Asia Pacific, Co-Chief Executive Officer of Europe, Middle East and Africa, and Country Manager and Deputy Chairman of Citi Handlowy, Poland. Shirish is an Advisor to Virtusa Corporation, a Director of Fullerton India Credit Company Limited, a Director of Clifford Capital Holdings, and a Director of Keppel Infrastructure Pte Ltd. He is director of IHH Healthcare Berhad (September 2014 - present) and Citi Handlowy (Member of the Supervisory Board) (March 2016 - present).
|Mr Peter Harmer||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2021||
Mr Harmer has experience in customer service and innovation within the insurance and financial services segment. Peter Harmer was previously Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of IAG. He also has experience in the area of risk, customer perspectives and environmental, social and governance principles.
|Ms Mary Louise Padbury||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2016||
Ms Padbury is an intellectual property and trade practices lawyer with over 35 years' international legal, governance and technology experience. Mary served as the Chairman of Ashurst Australia before its full merger with Ashurst LLP, and was the global Vice Chairman of the post-merger firm. She retired as a Partner of Ashurst at the end of April 2018. She is the Chairman of the Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health Ltd, and Clinical Genomics Technologies Holdings Pty Ltd, a private technology company. Mary is a member of Chief Executive Women as well as a member of the Victorian Legal Admissions Committee.
|Mr Robert John Whitfield||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2017||
Mr whitffield has leadership experience across banking, finance and risk in both the private and public sectors. He has 30-year executive career with Westpac Banking Corporation he held a number of senior leadership positions including Chief Executive Officer of the Institutional Bank, Chief Risk Officer, Group Treasurer and Chairman of the Asia Advisory Board. In these roles, Rob developed a deep knowledge of equity and capital markets and was instrumental in developing Westpac's risk management function and strategies. Rob is a Director of GPT Group. He is a former Chairman and Director of New South Wales Treasury Corporation, former Secretary of NSW Treasury, former Secretary of NSW Industrial relations, and a former Deputy Chair of the Australian Financial Markets Association. he is director GPT Group (May 2020 - present).
|Professor Genevieve Bell||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2019||
Ms Bell is a cultural anthropologist, technologist and futurist with deep knowledge and understanding of technology in society and business. She is adept at bringing together social science, design, computing and engineering to enhance customer experiences. Genevieve is also an experienced business executive, having spent 18 years working at Intel Corporation in Silicon Valley, including as Vice President. She remains a Senior Fellow at Intel and is Vice President of Intel's Product Assurance and Security Group. She is a Distinguished Professor at the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University (ANU) and is the university's inaugural Florence Violet McKenzie Chair. She is also the Director of the Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Innovation Institute at ANU, a member of the National Science and Technology Council, and an Engelbart Distinguished Fellow of SRI International. In 2020, Genevieve was awarded the Order of Australia and has been nominated to contribute her expertise to the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence.
|Mr David Cohen||Deputy Chief Executive Officer||Feb 2015||
|Ms Carmel Mulhern||Company Secretary||Dec 2020||
|Carmel Mulhern||Company Secretary||
|David Cohen||Deputy Chief Executive Officer||
|HSBC Custody Nominees||398,411,636||22.51%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited||242,160,962||13.68%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||99,817,390||5.64%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||50,441,624||2.85%|
|National Nominees Limited||48,817,928||2.76%|
|Australian Foundation Investment||7,900,000||0.45%|
|Bond Street Custodians Limited||7,640,244||0.43%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited||4,672,163||0.26%|
|Milton Corporation Limited||3,140,470||0.18%|
|Argo Investments Limited||3,103,731||0.18%|
|Australian Executor Trustees Limited||3,040,780||0.17%|
|Nulis Nominees (Australia)||1,872,713||0.11%|
|Mr Barry Martin Lambert||1,643,613||0.09%|
|Mccusker Holdings Pty Ltd||1,370,000||0.08%|
|Invia Custodian Pty Limited||1,275,216||0.07%|
|Joy Wilma Lambert||1,068,250||0.06%|
|BNP Paribas Noms (NZ) Ltd <DRP>||1,067,687||0.06%|
|CS Third Nominees Pty Limited||1,050,513||0.06%|
|BKI Investment Company Limited||1,030,023||0.06%|
Commonwealth Bank of Australia announced an interim dividend of $2.00 per share for the six months ended 31 December 2019.
CBA originally floated at $2.30 per share in 1994.
Yes. The DRP allows Shareholders to reinvest all or part of any dividend paid on their Shares in additional Shares instead of receiving the dividend in cash. Shareholders are still entitled to franking credits on dividends reinvested under the DRP. Participation in the DRP is entirely optional.