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52 Week Range
Avg. Volume (1 month)
as at 24 Feb 3:44pm
|29 Jun 2021||$0.2300||20.22%||Final||30 Aug 2021|
|30 Dec 2020||$0.2880||0.00%||Interim||26 Feb 2021|
|29 Jun 2020||$0.2330||19.66%||Final||28 Aug 2020|
|30 Dec 2019||$0.2700||0.00%||Interim||28 Feb 2020|
|27 Jun 2019||$0.2300||19.83%||Final||29 Aug 2019|
|28 Dec 2018||$0.2720||0.00%||Interim||28 Feb 2019|
|28 Jun 2018||$0.2410||20.41%||Final||30 Aug 2018|
|28 Dec 2017||$0.2370||0.00%||Interim||28 Feb 2018|
|29 Jun 2017||$0.2376||20.71%||Final||29 Aug 2017|
|29 Dec 2016||$0.2171||0.00%||Interim||28 Feb 2017|
|29 Jun 2016||$0.2046||12.61%||Final||31 Aug 2016|
|29 Dec 2015||$0.2305||0.00%||Interim||29 Feb 2016|
|26 Jun 2015||$0.2136||0.00%||31 Aug 2015|
|29 Dec 2014||$0.1968||0.00%||Interim||27 Feb 2015|
|26 Jun 2014||$0.0319||0.00%||29 Aug 2014|
|24 Jun 2010||$0.0245||0.00%||Final||27 Aug 2010|
|23 Dec 2008||$0.0380||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|
DEXUS Property Group (DXS) is a leading Australian real estate group, holding the title of Australia’s biggest owner and manager of commercial property.
The majority of Dexus’ earnings are generated from the rental income received from its directly-owned Australian property portfolio. This portfolio is weighted towards the CBD office markets along the eastern seaboard. Additionally, Dexus has an unlisted funds management business through which it derives income from management fees.
Formerly a property trust managed by Deutsche Bank, Dexus shares have been listed on the ASX since 2004. Today, Dexus stands as one of the largest ASX shares in the real estate sector and the company has a solid development pipeline to drive further growth.
|23 Jul 2021||$10.40||$-0.01||-0.10%||1,403,164||$10.35||$10.40||$10.33|
|22 Jul 2021||$10.41||$-0.02||-0.19%||1,893,176||$10.40||$10.45||$10.32|
|21 Jul 2021||$10.43||$0.17||1.66%||2,564,209||$10.42||$10.57||$10.39|
|20 Jul 2021||$10.26||$0.02||0.20%||1,949,393||$10.34||$10.34||$10.11|
|19 Jul 2021||$10.24||$-0.04||-0.39%||1,208,783||$10.31||$10.37||$10.11|
|16 Jul 2021||$10.28||$0.13||1.28%||2,274,119||$10.16||$10.33||$10.13|
|15 Jul 2021||$10.15||$-0.10||-0.98%||2,904,716||$10.34||$10.39||$10.10|
|14 Jul 2021||$10.25||$0.05||0.49%||2,157,216||$10.20||$10.30||$10.17|
|13 Jul 2021||$10.20||$-0.02||-0.20%||2,912,284||$10.24||$10.38||$10.20|
|12 Jul 2021||$10.22||$-0.11||-1.06%||2,934,796||$10.48||$10.52||$10.21|
|09 Jul 2021||$10.33||$-0.13||-1.24%||3,571,419||$10.37||$10.42||$10.23|
|08 Jul 2021||$10.46||$-0.14||-1.32%||2,236,042||$10.65||$10.71||$10.45|
|07 Jul 2021||$10.60||$-0.29||-2.66%||1,689,272||$10.80||$10.81||$10.60|
|06 Jul 2021||$10.89||$0.26||2.45%||1,920,627||$10.84||$10.89||$10.55|
|05 Jul 2021||$10.63||$0.03||0.28%||943,274||$10.61||$10.71||$10.55|
|02 Jul 2021||$10.60||$-0.05||-0.47%||1,080,490||$10.64||$10.74||$10.50|
|01 Jul 2021||$10.65||$-0.02||-0.19%||1,899,024||$10.10||$11.24||$9.51|
|30 Jun 2021||$10.67||$-0.01||-0.09%||5,000,221||$10.82||$10.95||$10.67|
|29 Jun 2021||$10.68||$-0.19||-1.75%||2,607,716||$10.65||$10.72||$10.57|
|28 Jun 2021||$10.87||$-0.10||-0.91%||3,194,614||$10.93||$10.98||$10.71|
|25 Jun 2021||$10.97||$0.05||0.46%||2,998,212||$11.03||$11.12||$10.94|
|10 Jun 2021||Darren Steinberg||Issued||356||$3,500,000||
Issue of securities. 1,172,681 - Performance Rights
|10 Mar 2021||Nicola Roxon||Exercise||5||$46,248||
Conversion of securities. 5,059 - Rights
|10 Mar 2021||Nicola Roxon||Buy||5||$46,248||
Conversion of securities.
|08 Mar 2021||Nicola Roxon||Issued||10||$87,500||
Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. 10,119 - Rights
|05 Mar 2021||Tonianne Dwyer||Buy||2||$22,779||
|17 Feb 2021||Nicola Roxon||Buy||1||$8,679||
|17 Dec 2020||Darren Steinberg||Issued||278||$2,684,992||
Issue of securities. 816,346 - Performance Rights
|29 Oct 2020||Nicola Roxon||Buy||2||$18,035||
|04 Sep 2020||Tonianne Dwyer||Buy||3||$30,203||
|01 Sep 2020||Nicola Roxon||Exercise||3||$28,662||
Conversion of securities.
|01 Sep 2020||Nicola Roxon||Buy||3||$28,662||
Conversion of securities.
|24 Aug 2020||Nicola Roxon||Buy||3||$30,100||
|24 Aug 2020||Wallace Sheppard||Buy||11||$103,396||
|24 Aug 2020||Peter St George||Buy||12||$105,019||
|18 Aug 2020||Darren Steinberg||Exercise||242||$2,338,395||
Conversion of securities. VWAP.
538,045 - Performance Rights.
As per announcement on 25/08/2020.
|18 Aug 2020||Darren Steinberg||Buy||242||$2,338,395||
Conversion of securities. VWAP
|Mr Darren Joseph Steinberg||Chief Executive OfficerExecutive Director||Mar 2012||
Mr Steinberg has over 30 years' experience in the property and funds management industry with background in office, industrial and retail property investment and development. He is a former National President of the Property Council of Australia and a founding member of Property Male Champions of Change. He is also a Director of VGI Partners Limited and the Sydney Swans.
|Mr Mark Henry Ford||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2016||
Mr Ford is Chair of Kiwi Property Group and Non Executive Director of the manager for China Commercial Trust. He is a Director of Prime Property Fund Asia. Mark has property industry experience and has been involved in Real Estate Funds Management for over 25 years. He was previously Managing Director, Head of DB Real Estate Australia, where he managed property funds and sat on the Global Executive Committee for Deutsche Bank Real Estate and RREEF. Mark was also a Director in the Property Investment Banking division of Macquarie and was involved in listing the previous Macquarie Office Fund. His previous directorships include Comrealty Limited, Property Council of Australia, Deutsche Asset Management Australia and he was also Founding Chair of Cbus Property Pty Limited and South East Asia Property Company. Mark previously held senior roles with Price Waterhouse and Macquarie Bank. He is Member of ESG Committee.
|Mr Wallace Richard Sheppard||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Jan 2012||
Mr Shepphard is a Director of Snowy Hydro Limited and Star Entertainment Group, and Honorary Treasurer of the Bradman Foundation. Richard has experience in banking and finance and as a director and Chairman of listed and unlisted property trusts. He was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Macquarie Bank Limited and Deputy Managing Director of Macquarie Group Limited from 2007 until late 2011. Following seven years at the Reserve Bank of Australia, Richard joined Macquarie Group's predecessor, Hill Samuel Australia in 1975, initially working in Corporate Finance. Richard became Head of the Corporate Banking Group in 1988 and headed a number of operating Groups, including the Financial Services Group and the Corporate Affairs Group. He was a member of the Group Executive Committee since 1986 and Deputy Managing Director since 1996. Richard was also Chairman of the Australian Government's Financial Sector Advisory Council, Macquarie Group Foundation, Eraring Energy and Green State Power Pty Limited. He is Member of People Committee.
|Ms Penelope (Penny) Bingham-Hall||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2014||
Ms Bingham-Hall is a Non Executive Director of Fortescue Metals Group Ltd, BlueScope Steel Limited, Supply Nation and Taronga Conservation Society Australia. She is also an independent director of Crescent Foundation and Macquarie Specialised Asset Management Limited. Penny has industry experience having spent more than 20 years in senior management roles with Leighton Holdings Limited including Executive General Manager Strategy, responsible for the Group's overall business strategy and Executive General Manager Corporate, responsible for business planning, corporate affairs including investor relations and governance systems. She is a former director of the Port Authority of NSW, Australian Postal Corporation, SCEGGS Darlinghurst Limited and the Global Foundation. Penny also served as the inaugural Chair of Advocacy Services Australia Limited from 2008 to 2011. She is Chair of People Committee and Member of ESG Committee.
|Mr Patrick Newton James Allaway||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2020||
Mr Allaway is Chairman of the Bank of Queensland and a Non Executive Director of Nine Entertainment Co. and Allianz Australia. Patrick has over 30 years' experience in financial services across financial markets, capital markets, and corporate advisory. Patrick's executive career was in financial services with Citibank and Swiss Bank Corporation (now UBS) working in Sydney, New York, Zurich and London. Patrick was also Managing Director of SBC Capital Markets & Treasury. Patrick has over 15 years Non Executive Director experience across financial services, property, media, and retail. Patrick was formerly a Non Executive Director of Macquarie Goodman Industrial Trust, Metcash Limited, Fairfax Media, Woolworths South Africa, David Jones, Country Road Group, and Domain Limited. He was also Chair of the Audit & Risk Committees for Metcash, David Jones, and Country Road Group.
|Mr Warwick Martin Negus||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2021||
Mr Negus has more than 30 years of funds management, finance and property industry experience in Australia, Europe and Asia. His most recent executive roles included Chief Executive Officer of Colonial First State Global Asset Management, Chief Executive Officer of 452 Capital, and Goldman Sachs Managing Director in Australia, London, and Singapore. Mr Negus is Chair of Pengana Capital Group and a non-executive director of Washington H. Soul Pattinson, Virgin Australia Holdings Limited, Terrace Tower Group, New South Wales Rugby Union Limited and Tantallon Capital Advisors. He is also Deputy Chancellor and a member of the Council of UNSW and was formerly a non-executive director of FINSIA.
|Ms Tonianne Dwyer||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2011||
Ms Dwyer is a Director of OZ Minerals Limited, ALS Limited and Metcash Limited. She is also Deputy Chancellor and a member of the Senate of the University of Queensland. Tonianne has experience as a company director and executive working in listed property, funds management and corporate strategy across a variety of international markets. She was a Director from 2006 until 2010 of Quintain Estates and Development and was Head of Funds Management from 2003. Prior to joining Quintain, Tonianne was a Director of Investment Banking at Hambros Bank, SG Cowen and Societe Generale based in London. She also held directorships on Queensland Treasury Corporation and Cardno Limited, the Bristol & Bath Science Park Stakeholder Board, and on number of boards associated with Quintain's funds management business including the Quercus, Quantum and iQ Property Partnership. She is Chair of Risk Committee.
|Hon Nicola Roxon||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2017||
Hon Roxon is the Independent Chair of HESTA and Non Executive director of Lifestyle Communities Limited, the Utilities Trust of Australia and Health Justice Australia. She also chairs the Lifestyle Communities' Remuneration Committee. Nicola is a Patron for the BreastWest Foundation. Nicola was previously Chair of Cancer Council Australia, Bupa Australia Holdings Pty Limited and the Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards Board. Nicola has more than 20 years' experience in government and law which have given her insights into the public and professional services sectors. Nicola's past roles as the Commonwealth's female Attorney General, Health Minister and Chair of Cancer Council Australia means she has industry knowledge in health, consumer industries and the not for profit sector. Prior to entering Parliament as the Member for Gellibrand, Nicola worked as an industrial lawyer and advocate at Maurice Blackburn and the National Union of Workers. She was an Associate to Justice Mary Gaudron at the High Court of Australia. She is Chair of ESG Committee and Member of People Committee.
|Mr Brett D Cameron||Company SecretaryGeneral Councel||Oct 2014||
|Mr Scott Peter Mahony||Company Secretary||Feb 2019||
|Scott Peter Mahony||Company Secretary||
|Brett D Cameron||Company SecretaryGeneral Councel||
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||475,013,957||43.53%|
|JP Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||251,768,159||23.07%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||119,696,857||10.97%|
|National Nominees Limited||41,579,468||3.81%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||31,770,353||2.91%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (I)||31,531,863||2.89%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (I)||11,849,850||1.09%|
|Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited||10,178,943||0.93%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (I)||3,682,918||0.34%|
|Australian Executor Trustees Limited||2,776,304||0.25%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited GSCO ECA||2,096,359||0.19%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited||1,952,173||0.18%|
|AMP Life Limited||1,940,758||0.18%|
|Pacific Custodians Pty Limited Perf Rights Plan TST||1,670,920||0.15%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees||1,651,852||0.15%|
|Brispot Nominees Pty Ltd||1,632,620||0.15%|
|One Managed Investment Funds Limited||1,500,000||0.14%|
|Charter Hall Wholesale Management Ltd||1,420,000||0.13%|
|Avanteos Investments Limited||1,259,056||0.12%|
|Morgan Stanley Australia Securities (Nominee) Pty Limited||1,247,154||0.11%|
Dexus has declared a final FY20 distribution of 23.2 cents per share. This distribution payment is franked at 19.74%, and will be paid on 28 August 2020. The ex date for final distribution is Monday 29 June 2020.
Historically, Dexus has offered a distribution reinvestment plan (DRP); however, there is no DRP facility in operation at present. If and when Dexus reinstates the DRP, the group will notify its security holders.