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|23 Feb 2022||$0.1300||100.00%||Interim||10 Mar 2022|
|25 Aug 2021||$0.1650||100.00%||Final||10 Sep 2021|
|24 Feb 2021||$0.1050||100.00%||Interim||11 Mar 2021|
|27 Aug 2020||$0.1100||100.00%||Final||11 Sep 2020|
|26 Feb 2020||$0.0750||100.00%||Interim||12 Mar 2020|
|29 Aug 2019||$0.0250||100.00%||13 Sep 2019|
|29 Aug 2019||$0.0500||100.00%||Final||13 Sep 2019|
|26 Feb 2019||$0.0250||100.00%||Special Cash||13 Mar 2019|
|26 Feb 2019||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||13 Mar 2019|
|31 Aug 2018||$0.0400||100.00%||14 Sep 2018|
|31 Aug 2018||$0.0450||100.00%||Final||14 Sep 2018|
|14 Mar 2018||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||03 Apr 2018|
|14 Sep 2017||$0.0300||100.00%||Special||03 Oct 2017|
|14 Sep 2017||$0.0400||100.00%||Final||03 Oct 2017|
|14 Mar 2017||$0.0300||100.00%||Special||03 Apr 2017|
|14 Mar 2017||$0.0300||100.00%||Interim||03 Apr 2017|
|14 Sep 2016||$0.0400||100.00%||Final||04 Oct 2016|
|11 Mar 2016||$0.0200||100.00%||Interim||01 Apr 2016|
|11 Sep 2015||$0.0200||100.00%||01 Oct 2015|
|12 Mar 2015||$0.0150||100.00%||01 Apr 2015|
|10 Sep 2014||$0.0150||100.00%||01 Oct 2014|
|09 Mar 2012||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||02 Apr 2012|
|11 Mar 2011||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||01 Apr 2011|
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|
Codan Limited (ASX: CDA) designs, supplies and manufactures mining and communications equipment, and metal detection services. Founded in 1959 and headquartered in South Australia, Codan has a global footprint with offices in Canada, the USA, Ireland, the UAE and South Africa.
The company develops technology to solve communications, safety, security and productivity problems for customers including the world’s largest aid and humanitarian organisations, security and military groups, mining companies and governments. Listed on the ASX in 2003, the Codan share price has skyrocketed in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic, smashing an all-time high of more than $11.40 per share in September.
|16 May 2022||$7.10||$-0.19||-2.61%||643,201||$7.36||$7.49||$7.07|
|13 May 2022||$7.29||$0.64||9.62%||773,269||$6.76||$7.29||$6.76|
|12 May 2022||$6.65||$-0.38||-5.41%||820,945||$6.96||$6.97||$6.61|
|11 May 2022||$7.03||$0.17||2.48%||793,493||$6.74||$7.08||$6.74|
|10 May 2022||$6.86||$0.27||4.10%||1,198,883||$6.50||$6.90||$6.27|
|09 May 2022||$6.59||$-0.21||-3.09%||511,703||$6.80||$6.84||$6.53|
|06 May 2022||$6.80||$-0.01||-0.15%||620,687||$6.64||$6.85||$6.55|
|05 May 2022||$6.81||$0.14||2.10%||292,440||$6.77||$6.93||$6.70|
|04 May 2022||$6.67||$-0.24||-3.47%||377,660||$6.90||$6.96||$6.66|
|03 May 2022||$6.91||$0.04||0.58%||503,691||$6.98||$7.09||$6.91|
|02 May 2022||$6.87||$-0.33||-4.58%||782,085||$7.00||$7.03||$6.69|
|29 Apr 2022||$7.20||$0.36||5.26%||735,119||$7.00||$7.20||$6.93|
|28 Apr 2022||$6.84||$0.11||1.63%||506,374||$6.74||$6.96||$6.74|
|27 Apr 2022||$6.73||$-0.11||-1.61%||609,675||$6.76||$6.79||$6.60|
|26 Apr 2022||$6.84||$-0.18||-2.56%||875,223||$6.92||$6.94||$6.69|
|22 Apr 2022||$7.02||$-0.05||-0.71%||467,403||$7.04||$7.06||$6.86|
|21 Apr 2022||$7.07||$0.06||0.86%||351,735||$7.09||$7.12||$6.98|
|20 Apr 2022||$7.01||$-0.01||-0.14%||482,456||$7.01||$7.10||$6.95|
|10 May 2022||Alfonzo (Alf) Ianniello||Buy||27||$181,704|| |
|14 Dec 2021||Graeme Barclay||Buy||5||$50,102|| |
|01 Dec 2021||Kathryn(Kathy) Gramp||Buy||3||$29,340|| |
|01 Nov 2021||David Simmons||Buy||5||$59,064|| |
|29 Oct 2021||Graeme Barclay||Buy||4||$49,228|| |
|28 Oct 2021||David Simmons||Buy||7||$79,919|| |
|25 Aug 2021||Donald McGurk||Exercise||91||$1,502,822|| |
Conversion of securities. 91,456 - Performance rights
|25 Aug 2021||Donald McGurk||Issued||91||$1,502,822|| |
Conversion of securities.
|02 Jun 2021||Donald McGurk||Sell||136||$2,492,880|| |
|Ms Kathryn(Kathy) Joy Gramp||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2015|| |
Ms Gramp was appointed to the board of Codan in November 2015. She has had a long executive career and over 24 years of board experience across a range of complex organisations and industry sectors. She has experience as Chair of Audit & Risk Committees. Prior to joining Codan, Kathy was CFO of Austereo Ltd. Joining in 1989, retiring June 2011. In that time the company grew from 2 radio stations to the largest commercial radio network in Australia, and the leader in Digital and Online Media. Leadership roles and responsibilities included business planning & re-engineering, debt & equity raising, acquisitions & integration, capital investment, major IT projects, corporate governance, risk management, financial management, tax & accounting, change management and investor & key stakeholder relations. Further experience was gained through exposure to international markets such as Greece, UK, USA, South Africa, Argentina, Malaysia and New Zealand. She is a Director of Uniti Group Limited (ASX:UWL), Chair of Audit & Risk Committee and member of the Nomination & Remuneration Committee. Uniti, a diversified provider of telecommunication services, listed February 2019 and through acquisition and organic growth now has a market capitalisation of circa $2.2 billion. She is also a Director of The Australian Institute of Company Directors and is Chair of the HR & Remuneration Committee and is a Council member of Flinders University and Chair of Audit & Risk Committee.
|Mr David James Simmons||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||May 2008|| |
Mr Simmons was appointed Chairman of the board in 2015 and has been a director of Codan since 2008. Prior to joining the Codan board, he was the Managing Director of Hills Industries Limited (Hills) for 16 years. On appointment, Hills had a turnover of around $200 million. On his retirement in 2008, Hills turnover and market capitalisation were both in excess of $1 billion. Hills was in the ASX200 index and under his leadership, profit increased every year for 16 years. Hills grew through a combination of internal growth and via acquisitions. During his time as Managing Director, he led around 30 successful acquisitions and joint ventures. He has strong people, financial, capital markets and M&A skills and has significant international experience, particularly focused on China, the USA and the UK. Hills employed 4,000 people globally at its peak. Since he was appointed Chairman, Codan's market capitalisation has grown from less than $150 million to more than $3 billion. This has been achieved by investing in people, having a commitment to continuous learning, encouraging entrepreneurship, rewarding performance and investing in innovation in a digital world. In his role on the Board, Audit Risk and Compliance Committee, he has a particular focus on the ever present cyber threats and will continue to push and support best in class defences. He has chaired a number of charitable and government related organisations since retiring from Hills. He is currently the Chair of the Kickstart for Kids charity based in South Australia and is a former Chair of the South Australian Economic Development board.
|Mr Graeme Barclay||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2015|| |
Mr Barclay is a former CEO with more than 35 years' experience in professional services, investment banking, broadcast infrastructure and telecommunications. Over the past 20 years Graeme has held Executive Chairman or Group CEO roles at BAI Communications, Transit Wireless LLC (New York), Nextgen Networks, Metronode data centres and Axicom (formerly Crown Castle Australia), and for 8 years was also an executive director in Macquarie Group's infrastructure team. In these roles, Graeme was responsible for all aspects of strategy, M&A, sales and business development, contract delivery and operations, as well as implementing the appropriate capital structure and raising third party debt for these businesses in Australia, UK, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, USA and New Zealand. Over the past 20 years in these businesses, he led and completed more than 20 acquisition and divestment transactions including the sale of Nextgen Networks to Vocus for $820 million in 2016 and the sale of Metronode to Equinix for $1.04 billion in 2018. As chairman of Uniti Graeme has overseen an IPO, ten acquisition transactions over a 2 year period, several capital raisings in the equity and corporate debt markets, and Uniti has grown to be the fifth largest listed telecommunications company on the ASX with a market capitalisation of circa $2.2 billion. Uniti's business includes ownership of fibre to the premise networks, a digital communications platform as a service for inbound voice, text, data and analytics and a consumer and business broadband service provider.
|Mr Lt-Gen Peter Francis Leahy||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2008|| |
Mr Leahy retired from the Australian Army in 2008 as a Lieutenant General after a 6 year appointment as Chief of Army. In his board appointments since then he has been on the boards of Codan, Electro Optic Systems Holdings Limited and Citadel Group Limited, including one year as Chair of CGL prior to its acquisition to go private. He is the current Chair of Electro Optic Systems Holdings Limited. During his time as Chair of CGL he led the company through a major international acquisition, a substantial capital raise and then negotiated the go private acquisition of the company. He is a member of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee for both EOS and CGL, and a former Chair of EOS's Audit Committee. In addition, to his board activities, he has been an advisor to both the Queensland and South Australian Governments, was a member of the First Principles Review of the Department of Defence, Chair of the Invictus Games in Australia and is an active supporter of veteran's charities. As a Professor at the University of Canberra he lectures on National Security, which includes cybersecurity and digital disruption.
|Mr Alfonzo (Alf) Ianniello||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Jan 2022|| |
Mr Ianniello led global manufacturing and sales businesses, the Detmold Group. His career began as a defence systems engineer in 1995 with British Aerospace, where he stayed until 1999. In 1999, He travelled and worked in the USA to begin an eight-year tenure with automotive components manufacturer Schefenacker. He progressed from Customer Engineer and Branch Manager roles to become Engineering Director in 2001, Vice President of Global Engineering in 2004, and eventually Managing Director of the company's Australian division in 2005. As Managing Director, He oversaw Schefenacker's operations in South Australia and New South Wales, producing parts for Australian, American and Japanese vehicle manufacturers and sister companies in Europe and the USA. Mr Ianniello was on the Detmold Board for 14 years. During this time, he has also held Board positions with SME's, Tertiary Institutions and Local Government. He resigned from Detmold in December 2020, and completed his employment in July 2021. He attended the Wharton Business School Global CEO Program at the University of Pennsylvania in 2012.
|Mr Michael (Mike) Barton||Company SecretaryChief Financial Officer|| |
|Michael (Mike) Barton||Company SecretaryChief Financial Officer|| |
|Peter Charlesworth||Executive General Manager Minelab|| |
|Paul Sangster||Executive General Manager Tactical Communications|| |
|Scott French||Executive General Manager Zetron|| |
|I B Wall and P M Wall||34,808,151||19.30%|
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||25,463,611||14.10%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited||18,266,845||10.10%|
|Dareel Pty Ltd||17,926,872||9.90%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||13,712,878||7.60%|
|Kynola Pty Ltd||6,627,548||3.70%|
|Starform Pty Ltd||6,404,224||3.50%|
|National Nominees Limited||6,331,911||3.50%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||3,101,123||1.70%|
|M K and M C Heard||2,400,000||1.30%|
|Mitranikitan Pty Ltd||1,778,194||1.00%|
|J A Uhrig||1,237,673||0.70%|
|Cedara Pty Ltd||1,107,254||0.60%|
|Rosevine Pty Ltd||1,107,254||0.60%|
|NewEconomy Nominees Pty Limited||1,009,647||0.60%|
|Warren Glen Pty Ltd||800,000||0.40%|
|Griffinna Pty Ltd||742,000||0.40%|