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Market Cap $194.19 billion
P/E Ratio 20.14
Dividend Yield 3.93%
Shares Outstanding 1.67 billion
Earnings per share 5.756
Dividend per share 4.30
Year To Date Return 5.61%
Earnings Yield 4.97%
Franking 100%
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  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia traditionally makes two fully-franked dividend payments to shareholders yearly, payable in March and September.

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia originally floated at $2.30 per share in 1994.

    Yes. The dividend reinvestment plan (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.

    Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
    21 Feb 2024 $2.1500 100.00% Interim 28 Mar 2024
    16 Aug 2023 $2.4000 100.00% Final 28 Sep 2023
    22 Feb 2023 $2.1000 100.00% Interim 30 Mar 2023
    17 Aug 2022 $2.1000 100.00% Final 29 Sep 2022
    16 Feb 2022 $1.7500 100.00% Interim 30 Mar 2022
    17 Aug 2021 $2.0000 100.00% Final 29 Sep 2021
    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
    18 Aug 2008 $1.5300 100.00% Final 01 Oct 2008
    18 Feb 2008 $1.1300 100.00% Interim 02 Apr 2008
    20 Aug 2007 $1.4900 100.00% Final 05 Oct 2007
    19 Feb 2007 $1.0700 100.00% Interim 05 Apr 2007
    14 Aug 2006 $1.3000 100.00% Final 05 Oct 2006
    20 Feb 2006 $0.9400 100.00% Interim 05 Apr 2006
    15 Aug 2005 $1.1200 100.00% Final 23 Sep 2005
    16 Aug 2004 $1.0400 100.00% Final 24 Sep 2004
    16 Feb 2004 $0.7900 100.00% Interim 30 Mar 2004
    25 Aug 2003 $0.8500 100.00% Final 08 Oct 2003

    CBA 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.

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    About Commonwealth Bank of Australia

    Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: 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.

    CBA Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    28 Feb 2024 $115.96 $-1.16 -0.99% 1,605,950 $117.25 $117.30 $115.67
    27 Feb 2024 $117.12 $1.20 1.04% 2,199,043 $116.20 $117.12 $115.54
    26 Feb 2024 $115.92 $1.09 0.95% 1,623,264 $115.32 $115.99 $115.07
    23 Feb 2024 $114.83 $0.38 0.33% 1,576,082 $115.33 $115.88 $114.57
    22 Feb 2024 $114.45 $-0.17 -0.15% 1,691,941 $115.00 $115.00 $113.31
    21 Feb 2024 $114.62 $-2.33 -1.99% 3,281,940 $114.31 $115.96 $114.10
    20 Feb 2024 $116.95 $-0.18 -0.15% 1,772,794 $117.40 $117.80 $116.06
    19 Feb 2024 $117.13 $0.85 0.73% 1,386,827 $115.86 $117.29 $115.62
    16 Feb 2024 $116.28 $2.12 1.86% 3,844,462 $115.75 $116.28 $114.78
    15 Feb 2024 $114.16 $0.09 0.08% 2,315,896 $113.50 $115.17 $113.26
    14 Feb 2024 $114.07 $-1.93 -1.66% 2,740,465 $113.16 $114.07 $111.56
    13 Feb 2024 $116.00 $0.27 0.23% 1,758,908 $117.26 $117.75 $116.00
    12 Feb 2024 $115.73 $-0.51 -0.44% 1,005,660 $116.50 $116.78 $115.55
    09 Feb 2024 $116.24 $0.37 0.32% 2,086,972 $116.27 $116.75 $116.01
    08 Feb 2024 $115.87 $1.32 1.15% 1,366,549 $115.14 $116.00 $114.44
    07 Feb 2024 $114.55 $0.18 0.16% 1,737,069 $114.92 $115.64 $114.22
    06 Feb 2024 $114.37 $-1.11 -0.96% 1,997,385 $115.32 $115.64 $114.15
    05 Feb 2024 $115.48 $-0.33 -0.28% 1,142,496 $115.02 $115.48 $113.97
    02 Feb 2024 $115.81 $1.71 1.50% 2,545,023 $114.81 $116.12 $114.43
    01 Feb 2024 $114.10 $-3.43 -2.92% 2,593,915 $116.65 $116.80 $114.10
    31 Jan 2024 $117.53 $1.48 1.28% 4,128,431 $116.00 $118.24 $115.21
    30 Jan 2024 $116.05 $0.13 0.11% 1,982,285 $116.12 $116.94 $115.77

    Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
    19 Feb 2024 Julie Galbo Buy 93 $10,774
    On-market trade.
    15 Feb 2024 Anne Templeman-Jones Buy 61 $7,005
    Directors' share plan.
    15 Feb 2024 Mary Padbury Buy 88 $10,105
    Directors' share plan.
    15 Feb 2024 Robert Whitfield Buy 112 $12,862
    Directors' share plan.
    28 Nov 2023 Matthew Comyn Issued 46,178 $1,102,581
    Issue of securities. 171,447 - Rights and RSUs
    17 Nov 2023 Mary Padbury Buy 132 $13,497
    Directors' share plan.
    17 Nov 2023 Robert Whitfield Buy 166 $16,973
    Directors' share plan.
    17 Nov 2023 Anne Templeman-Jones Buy 93 $9,509
    Directors' share plan.
    16 Oct 2023 Matthew Comyn Sell 9,918 $997,254
    On-market trade.
    28 Sep 2023 Mary Padbury Buy 67 $6,773
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
    28 Sep 2023 Julie Galbo Buy 11 $1,112
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
    18 Sep 2023 Anne Templeman-Jones Buy 100 $102
    On-market trade.
    01 Sep 2023 Matthew Comyn Exercise 9,918 $1,005,189
    Conversion of securities. 1,25,269 Rights and RSUs
    01 Sep 2023 Matthew Comyn Buy 9,918 $1,005,189
    Conversion of securities.
    14 Aug 2023 Julie Galbo Buy 147 $245,221
    Directors' share plan.
    14 Aug 2023 Robert Whitfield Buy 157 $16,265
    Directors' share plan.
    14 Aug 2023 Genevieve Bell Buy 134 $13,882
    Directors' share plan.
    14 Aug 2023 Mary Padbury Buy 128 $13,260
    Directors' share plan.
    14 Aug 2023 Anne Templeman-Jones Buy 94 $9,738
    Directors' share plan.
    11 Aug 2023 Matthew Comyn Sell 364 $38,038
    On-market trade.
    11 Aug 2023 Matthew Comyn Sell 44,361 $4,635,724
    On-market trade.
    10 Aug 2023 Matthew Comyn Buy 44,361 $4,634,393
    Conversion of securities.
    10 Aug 2023 Matthew Comyn Expiry 3,596 $375,674
    As advised by the company. Lapsed, 1,35,187 Rights
    10 Aug 2023 Matthew Comyn Exercise 44,361 $4,634,393
    Conversion of securities. 1,38,783 Rights
    09 Jun 2023 Lynette Cobley Issued 1,804 $180,400
    As advised by the company. Initial Offer Allocation, 2,404 Capital notes, As per announcement on 16-06-2023
    24 May 2023 Lynette Cobley Buy 500 $50,327
    On-market trade. Capital Notes
    11 May 2023 Robert Whitfield Buy 100 $98
    Directors' share plan.
    11 May 2023 Julie Galbo Buy 111 $98
    Directors' share plan.
    11 May 2023 Genevieve Bell Buy 81 $98
    Directors' share plan.
    11 May 2023 Mary Padbury Buy 77 $98
    Directors' share plan.
    11 May 2023 Anne Templeman-Jones Buy 52 $98
    Directors' share plan.
    30 Mar 2023 Mary Padbury Buy 55 $5,355
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
    21 Mar 2023 Julie Galbo Buy 130 $12,597
    On-market trade.

    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Mr Simon Paul Moutter Non-Executive Director Sep 2020
    Mr Moutter has leadership experience in technology, process effectiveness and business strategy. Simon was Managing Director of Spark New Zealand, where he held this position for seven years until 2019. He is also a former Chief Executive Officer of Auckland International Airport and has previously held senior management roles in telecommunications and energy companies. He is also member of the Risk and Compliance Committee and chair of people committee.
    Mr Paul Francis O'Malley Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Jan 2019
    Mr O'Malley has 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, he was the Chief Executive Officer of TXU Energy, a subsidiary of TXU Corp based in Dallas, Texas. Paul has a background in finance and accounting, having 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. He is also member of the Risk Committee.
    Mr Matthew Peter Comyn Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Apr 2018
    Mr Comyn has over 22 years of experience in banking across business, institutional and retail and has held several senior leadership roles since joining the Bank in 1999. From 2012, until Matt's appointment as Chief Executive Officer, he was Group Executive Retail Banking Services and led the development of digital products and services for the Bank. Between 2006 and 2010, Matt was Managing Director of the Bank's online share trading business, CommSec, overseeing a modernizations of its technology platform and growing market share and profitability.
    Ms Anne Louise Templeman-Jones Non-Executive Director Mar 2018
    Ms Templeman-Jones is a listed company director with financial, operational risk, regulatory, governance and strategy experience in banking and financial services, engineering services in the energy sector, consumer goods and manufacturing. Anne brings insights from managing transformation on ESG in the energy sector, changing business models with consumers, operational risk, cyber security, and Next Gen IT. During her 30-year executive career, Anne has held senior 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. She is the former Chairman of Commonwealth Bank's financial advice companies and has served on the boards of Cuscal Ltd, HT&E Ltd, Pioneer Credit Ltd, TAL Superannuation Fund, Notre Dame University and HBF's private and general insurance companies. She is member of risk and compliance committee.
    Mr Peter Harmer Non-Executive Director Mar 2021
    Mr Harmer brings a diversity of thought in the areas of risk, customer perspectives and environmental, social and governance practices. He has experience in customer service and innovation within the insurance segment and financial services and understanding of environmental principles. Peter was previously Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Insurance Australia Group Ltd (IAG). Peter joined IAG in 2010 and held several senior roles. During his time at IAG he led initiatives for driving digital innovation across IAG and its brands. Prior to IAG he was Chief Executive Officer of AON Ltd UK and a member of AON's Global Executive Committee. He is also member of People Committee.
    Ms Mary Louise Padbury Non-Executive Director Jun 2016
    Ms Padbury is an intellectual property and trade practices lawyer with over 35 years of 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 also member of the People's committee.
    Mr Robert John Whitfield Non-Executive Director Sep 2017
    Mr Whitfield has leadership experience across banking, finance, and risk in both the private and public sectors. During Rob's 30-year executive career with Westpac Banking Corporation he held several 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 knowledge of equity and capital markets and was instrumental in developing Westpac's risk management function and strategies. He is Chair of Risk and Compliance Committee.
    Ms Julie Galbo Non-Executive Director Sep 2021
    Ms Galbo is a financial services professional with substantial banking, strategy, risk, and regulatory experience. She brings more than 20 years of experience as an Executive and a Director in major European financial services organizations. Julie held several leadership positions with Nordea Bank Abp, including the role of Group Chief Risk Officer. She served with the Danish Financial Services Authority, as Deputy Director General, and served on the Management Board of the European Securities and Markets Authority. Julie is the former Chairman of the board of Fundamental Fondsaeglerselskab A/S. She is also member of the Risk and Compliance Committee.
    Ms Lynette Elizabeth Cobley Non-Executive Director Oct 2022
    Ms Cobley Is a banking and financial services leader with over 30 years of experience in senior positions at Australian and global banks. Lyn has experience in financial risk management, leadership, and culture, and navigating complexity in a highly regulated environment. Lyn also has experience with sustainability financing. During her career, Lyn was the CEO of Westpac Institutional Bank, Group Treasurer of Commonwealth Bank of Australia as well as holding senior positions at Barclays Capital and Citibank Limited. In these roles, Lyn developed knowledge of financial markets, managing through uncertainty, and creating greater balance sheet strength and resilience to support customers and stakeholders.
    Ms Vicki Clarkson Company Secretary Mar 2022
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    Mr David Cohen Deputy Chief Executive Officer Feb 2015
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    Ms Karen O Flynn Company Secretary Sep 2023
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    Vittoria Shortt Chief Executive Officer ASB
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    Vicki Clarkson Company Secretary
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    Karen O Flynn Company Secretary
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    David Cohen Deputy Chief Executive Officer
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    Gavin Munroe Group Chief Information Officer
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    Nigel Williams Group Chief Risk Officer
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    Mike Vacy-Lyle Group Executive Business Banking
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    Alan Docherty Group Executive Financial Services and Chief Financial Officer
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    Sian Lewis Group Executive Human Resources
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    Andrew Hinchlif Group Executive Institutional Banking and Markets
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    Angus Sullivan Group Executive Retail Banking Services
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    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Shares Capital
    HSBC Custody Nominees 371,539,949 22.17%
    P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited 237,995,921 14.20%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 106,888,611 6.38%
    BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd 51,177,405 3.05%
    National Nominees Limited 37,460,541 2.23%
    Australian Foundation Investment 7,809,000 0.47%
    Netwealth Investments Limited 6,676,769 0.40%
    Bond Street Custodians Limited 4,012,526 0.24%
    Australian Executor Trustees Limited 2,881,580 0.17%
    Argo Investments Limited 2,753,731 0.16%
    Navigator Australia 2,655,612 0.16%
    Mutual Trust Pty Ltd 1,786,585 0.11%
    Invia Custodian Pty Limited 1,716,107 0.10%
    Mr Barry Martin Lambert 1,643,613 0.10%
    Nulis Nominees (Australia) 1,501,601 0.09%
    McCusker Holdings Pty Ltd 1,370,000 0.08%
    UBS Nominees Pty Ltd 1,200,557 0.07%
    Custodial Services Limited 1,128,780 0.07%
    Joy Wilma Lambert 1,068,250 0.06%
    Washington H Soul Pattinson And Company Limited 1,006,477 0.06%

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