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Cromwell Property Group (CMW) is a real estate investor and manager with a global investor base across Australia, New Zealand and Europe. Cromwell’s operations fall into 3 main divisions: direct property investment, indirect property investment and funds and asset management.

Direct property investment, which is the biggest contributor to Cromwell’s revenue and profit, sees the company own Australian commercial property primarily in the office sector. It then leases these properties out to major tenants which include government departments and Qantas Airways Limited (ASX: QAN).

Indirect property investment is represented by the company’s stake in the Cromwell European REIT, a real estate investment trust with a diversified portfolio that owns properties across major gateway cities, such as in Germany, Denmark and France. Cromwell also has a funds management arm in which the company operates on both the wholesale and retail side.

Cromwell shares predominantly provide investors with exposure to the Australian and European commercial property markets. With this comes a stream of income in the form of quarterly distributions.

Cromwell Property Group (ASX: CMW) Latest News

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Will Cromwell Property Group pay a dividend in 2020?

Cromwell Property Group has paid quarterly distributions to its securityholders every year since 2007. All of these, with the exception of one, have been unfranked. The company typically pays interim distributions in late November, February, and May each year, with final distributions being paid in late August. For FY2020 to date, Cromwell Property has paid a total of 5.625 cents per unit in distributions. In a June business update, the company advised that, despite the uncertainty surrounding the impacts of COVID-19 on its business, Cromwell Property could confirm that its final distribution of 1.875 cents per unit will be paid.   

Does Cromwell Property Group offer a DRP?

Yes. Cromwell Property offers securityholders residing in Australia and New Zealand the option of full or partial participation in its distribution reinvestment plan. As at June 2020, there is no minimum number of securities required to participate in the plan. The last interim distribution paid by the company on 22 May 2020 was not included in the DRP. Cromwell Property has further advised that, due to its security price being below its per unit NTA (net tangible assets), the company’s final distribution will also not be included in the DRP. Securities issued under the DRP may, at the discretion of the Board, be offered at a discount.