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52 Week Range
Avg. Volume (1 month)
as at 24 Feb 3:44pm
|29 Jun 2021||$0.1931||39.88%||Final||31 Aug 2021|
|30 Dec 2020||$0.1855||40.16%||Interim||26 Feb 2021|
|29 Jun 2020||$0.1822||57.63%||Final||31 Aug 2020|
|30 Dec 2019||$0.1750||17.14%||Interim||28 Feb 2020|
|27 Jun 2019||$0.1720||37.79%||Final||30 Aug 2019|
|28 Dec 2018||$0.1650||49.70%||Interim||28 Feb 2019|
|28 Jun 2018||$0.1620||33.95%||Final||31 Aug 2018|
|28 Dec 2017||$0.1560||39.74%||Interim||28 Feb 2018|
|29 Jun 2017||$0.1560||0.00%||Final||31 Aug 2017|
|29 Dec 2016||$0.1440||0.00%||Interim||28 Feb 2017|
|29 Jun 2016||$0.1360||0.00%||Final||25 Aug 2016|
|29 Dec 2015||$0.1330||0.00%||Interim||26 Feb 2016|
|26 Jun 2015||$0.1210||0.00%||31 Aug 2015|
|29 Dec 2014||$0.1210||0.00%||Interim||27 Feb 2015|
|26 Jun 2014||$0.1130||0.00%||Final||29 Aug 2014|
|23 Dec 2013||$0.1100||0.00%||Interim||25 Feb 2014|
|24 Jun 2013||$0.1040||0.00%||Final||28 Aug 2013|
|21 Dec 2012||$0.0980||0.00%||Interim||26 Feb 2013|
|25 Jun 2012||$0.0910||0.00%||Final||28 Aug 2012|
|22 Dec 2011||$0.0910||0.00%||Interim||23 Feb 2012|
|24 Jun 2011||$0.0850||0.00%||Final||25 Aug 2011|
|23 Dec 2010||$0.0800||0.00%||Interim||28 Feb 2011|
|24 Jun 2010||$0.0160||0.00%||Final||27 Aug 2010|
|23 Dec 2008||$0.0396||0.00%||Interim||27 Feb 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|
Charter Hall Group (CHC) is an integrated property group that manages both ASX-listed and unlisted property funds on behalf of institutional, wholesale and retail investors. With this, Charter Hall uses its decades of property experience to access, deploy, manage and invest equity across its core sectors of office, industrial, retail and social infrastructure.
Some of Charter Hall’s leading ASX real estate investment trusts (REITs) include the Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT (ASX: CQE), Charter Hall Long WALE REIT (ASX: CLW), and the Charter Hall Retail REIT (ASX: CQR).
The property group was founded in Sydney in 1991 and went on to publicly list on the ASX in 2005. Today, Charter Hall oversees a portfolio of over 1,000 properties that total to more than 6.6 million square metres in size. Since listing, Charter Hall shares have grown to become part of the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO), providing investors with both capital gains and dividends.
|01 Dec 2021||$19.13||$-0.19||-0.98%||821,837||$19.17||$19.26||$18.86|
|30 Nov 2021||$19.32||$0.35||1.85%||1,623,015||$18.96||$19.45||$18.91|
|29 Nov 2021||$18.97||$-0.09||-0.47%||647,669||$18.80||$19.03||$18.77|
|26 Nov 2021||$19.06||$-0.21||-1.09%||601,083||$19.27||$19.27||$18.99|
|25 Nov 2021||$19.27||$0.08||0.42%||691,138||$19.39||$19.39||$19.10|
|24 Nov 2021||$19.19||$-0.02||-0.10%||700,693||$19.05||$19.27||$18.89|
|23 Nov 2021||$19.21||$0.10||0.52%||493,065||$19.02||$19.26||$18.86|
|22 Nov 2021||$19.11||$0.03||0.16%||621,047||$19.03||$19.24||$18.90|
|19 Nov 2021||$19.08||$0.04||0.21%||515,835||$19.04||$19.12||$18.90|
|18 Nov 2021||$19.04||$0.22||1.17%||668,798||$18.82||$19.12||$18.77|
|17 Nov 2021||$18.82||$-0.05||-0.26%||847,852||$19.05||$19.14||$18.73|
|16 Nov 2021||$18.87||$-0.19||-1.00%||723,701||$19.18||$19.18||$18.77|
|15 Nov 2021||$19.06||$0.16||0.85%||531,543||$19.10||$19.20||$18.95|
|12 Nov 2021||$18.90||$0.06||0.32%||668,409||$18.61||$19.04||$18.61|
|11 Nov 2021||$18.84||$-0.29||-1.52%||1,067,335||$18.99||$19.05||$18.63|
|10 Nov 2021||$19.13||$-0.01||-0.05%||712,494||$19.13||$19.26||$18.99|
|09 Nov 2021||$19.14||$0.03||0.16%||552,814||$19.20||$19.29||$18.99|
|08 Nov 2021||$19.11||$-0.17||-0.88%||1,091,205||$19.30||$19.31||$18.98|
|05 Nov 2021||$19.28||$-0.06||-0.31%||1,346,262||$19.46||$19.76||$19.18|
|04 Nov 2021||$19.34||$0.36||1.90%||1,604,749||$19.05||$19.34||$18.97|
|03 Nov 2021||$18.98||$0.39||2.10%||1,872,711||$18.98||$19.24||$18.84|
|02 Nov 2021||$18.59||$0.59||3.28%||783,980||$18.45||$18.78||$18.25|
|30 Sep 2021||David Clarke||Buy||2||$34,979||
|01 Sep 2021||David Harrison||Buy||378||$6,789,714||
Conversion of securities.
|01 Sep 2021||David Harrison||Exercise||378||$6,789,714||
Conversion of securities. 18,26,851 - Performance Rights, Service Rights and ROP Rights
As per announcement on 07/09/2021
|01 Sep 2021||David Harrison||Sell||369||$6,642,389||
As advised by the company. Disposal of securities
|05 Mar 2021||Jacqueline Chow||Buy||500||$5,950||
|24 Feb 2021||David Harrison||Buy||70||$863,100||
|22 Feb 2021||Philip Garling||Buy||1||$19,877||
|Mr Gregory James Paramor||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2018||
Mr Paramor has been involved in the real estate and funds management industry for more than 40 years, and was the co-founder of Equity Real Estate Partners, Growth Equities Mutual, Paladin Australia and the James Fielding Group. Greg was the CEO of Mirvac Group between 2004 and 2008. Greg is a past president of the Property Council of Australia and past president of Investment Funds Association. Greg is a board member of the Sydney Swans, the Sydney Swans Foundation and Eureka Group Holdings Limited. He is a director of Eureka Group Holdings Limited. He was a director of Folkestone Limited. He is a member of the Human Resources Committee, Investment Committee.
|Mr David James Ross||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2016||
Mr Ross has over 30 years' corporate experience in the property industry and has gained his experience both within Australia and overseas, including a total of eight years as Chief Executive Officer of GPT and Global Chief Executive Officer, Real Estate Investments for Lendlease. David is the Chair of Arena REIT, which owns, manages and develops property in the childcare and healthcare sectors. Previously, David held executive positions at GPT, Lendlease and Babcock & Brown. Prior board appointments include a nonexecutive directorship with Sydney Swans Foundation Limited. He is the director of Arena REIT. He is the Chair of the Human Resources Committee, a member of the Investment Committee, Risk and Compliance Committee.
|Mr David William Harrison||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Aug 2006||
Mr Harrison has over 30 years' property market experience across office, retail and industrial sectors in multiple geographies globally. As Charter Hall's Managing Director and Group CEO, David is responsible for all aspects of the Charter Hall business, with specific focus on strategy and continuing the momentum of building an Investment Manager recognised as a multi-core sector market leader. David is an executive member of various Fund Boards and Partnership Investment Committees, and Chair of the Executive Property Valuation Committee and Executive Leadership Committee. David is the National President of the Property Council of Australia and chair of the Nominations and Financial Management Committees. David is also a member of the Property Male Champions of Change. He also holds directorships at Charter Hall Retail REIT, Charter Hall Long WALE REIT, Charter Hall Social Infrastructure REIT (Alternative Director). He is also a member of the Investment Committee.
|Ms Karen Anne Moses||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2016||
Ms Moses has over 30 years' corporate experience in the energy industry spanning oil, gas, electricity and coal commodities, gaining her experience both within Australia and overseas. During her executive career, Karen was a senior executive at Origin Energy including the roles of Executive Director, Finance and Strategy and Chief Operating Officer. She is the director of Orica Ltd, Boral Limited. She is Chair of the Risk and Compliance Committee an a member of the Human Resources Committee.
|Mr David Clarence Clarke||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Apr 2014||
Mr Clarke has over 35 years experience in investment banking, funds management, property finance and retail banking. David was Chief Executive Officer of Investec Bank (Australia) Limited from 2009 to 2013. Prior to joining Investec Bank, David was the CEO of Allco Finance Group and a Director of AMP Limited, following five years at Westpac Banking Corporation where he held a number of senior roles including Chief Executive of the Wealth Management Business, BT Financial Group. David also was previously an Executive Director at Lendlease Corporation Limited, Chief Executive of MLC Limited, and prior to this was Chief Executive Officer of Lloyds Merchant Bank in London. He is a director of AUB Group Limited. He is also member of the Risk and Compliance Committee
and Investment Committee.
|Ms Jacqueline Chow||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2021||
Ms Chow is currently a Non-Executive Director of Coles Group and nib Holdings Limited and also consults to McKinsey as a Senior Advisor in their Transformation Group. Prior to commencing her Non-Executive career, Ms Chow held senior positions at Accenture, the Kellogg Company, Campbell's and most recently, as the Chief Operating Officer, Global Consumer and Food Service for Fonterra. She is the member of the Risk and Compliance Committee.
|Mr Mark Bryant||Company Secretary||Aug 2015||
|Natalie Devlin||Chief Experience Officer||
|Russell Proutt||Chief Financial Officer||
|Sheridan Ware||Chief Information and Technology Officer||
|Sean McMahon||Chief Investment Officer||
|Mark Bryant||Company Secretary||
|Steven Bennett||Direct CEO||
|Richard Stacker||Industrial & Logistics CEO||
|Carmel Hourigan||Office CEO||
|Greg Chubb||Retail CEO||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||153,082,687||32.87%|
|JP Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||126,752,954||27.21%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||51,725,215||11.11%|
|National Nominees Limited||35,936,842||7.72%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (i)||19,815,028||4.25%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||17,603,578||3.78%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||11,284,726||2.42%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (i)||3,808,268||0.82%|
|Milton Corporation Limited||2,556,000||0.55%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd||1,714,986||0.37%|
|BNP Paribas Noms(Nz) Ltd||1,461,196||0.31%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd||1,416,416||0.30%|
|Portmist Pty Limited / David Harrison||1,413,463||0.30%|
|UBS Nominees Pty Ltd||981,288||0.21%|
|Woodross Nominees Pty Ltd||904,715||0.19%|
|Certane Ct Pty Ltd||816,688||0.18%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (i)||786,403||0.17%|
|One Managed Investment Funds Ltd||718,948||0.15%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2||638,624||0.14%|
|Amp Life Limited||581,501||0.12%|
Charter Hall paid a partially franked interim dividend of 17.5 cents per share on 28 February 2020. Since then, the property group has seen some of its retail tenants hit hard by the impacts of COVOD-19. Charter Hall is committed to working in partnership with its tenants to help them through the crisis. Whilst it’s possible this could impact on the company’s ability to pay its usual final dividend in August, Charter Hall does have an impressive record for consistently paying its dividends over the last 14 years and would be unlikely to deviate from this unless absolutely necessary.
Charter Hall’s dividend reinvestment plan is currently inactive therefore all dividends are paid via direct credit. Any shareholders who have previously elected to participate in the DRP will have their participation automatically reinstated should the company’s plan be reactivated. Charter Hall does, however, offer DRPs for some of the real estate investment trusts under its management, such as the Charter Hall Retail REIT (ASX: CQR).