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Fortescue Metals traditionally pays twice-yearly, fully franked dividends, usually in early April and October each year. The miner has a policy of returning 50%-80% of its net profit after tax to shareholders as dividends.
Yes. Fortescue offers shareholders residing in Australia and New Zealand the option of either full or partial participation in its dividend reinvestment plan.
Fortescue listed on the ASX on 19 March 1987.
|04 Sep 2023||$1.0000||100.00%||Final||28 Sep 2023|
|27 Feb 2023||$0.7500||100.00%||Interim||29 Mar 2023|
|05 Sep 2022||$1.2100||100.00%||Final||29 Sep 2022|
|28 Feb 2022||$0.8600||100.00%||Interim||30 Mar 2022|
|06 Sep 2021||$2.1100||100.00%||Final||30 Sep 2021|
|01 Mar 2021||$1.4700||100.00%||Interim||24 Mar 2021|
|31 Aug 2020||$1.0000||100.00%||Final||02 Oct 2020|
|02 Mar 2020||$0.7600||100.00%||Interim||06 Apr 2020|
|02 Sep 2019||$0.2400||100.00%||Final||02 Oct 2019|
|22 May 2019||$0.6000||100.00%||Special Cash||14 Jun 2019|
|28 Feb 2019||$0.1100||100.00%||Special Cash||22 Mar 2019|
|28 Feb 2019||$0.1900||100.00%||Interim||22 Mar 2019|
|31 Aug 2018||$0.1200||100.00%||Final||02 Oct 2018|
|01 Mar 2018||$0.1100||100.00%||Interim||05 Apr 2018|
|01 Sep 2017||$0.0000||100.00%||Final||03 Oct 2017|
|02 Mar 2017||$0.2000||100.00%||Interim||06 Apr 2017|
|02 Sep 2016||$0.1200||100.00%||Final||04 Oct 2016|
|02 Mar 2016||$0.0300||100.00%||Interim||07 Apr 2016|
|01 Sep 2014||$0.1000||100.00%||Final||03 Oct 2014|
|27 Feb 2014||$0.1000||100.00%||Interim||02 Apr 2014|
|02 Sep 2013||$0.1000||100.00%||Final||04 Oct 2013|
|07 Mar 2012||$0.0400||100.00%||Interim||02 Apr 2012|
|05 Sep 2011||$0.0400||100.00%||Final||30 Sep 2011|
|08 Mar 2011||$0.0210||0.00%||Interim||31 Mar 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|
Fortescue Metals Group Limited (ASX: FMG) is an iron ore production and exploration company in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. It is the fourth largest iron ore producer in the world after BHP, Rio Tinto, and Brazilian mining giant, Vale.
As one of the world's largest iron ore producers, Fortescue owns and operates integrated operations spanning the Chichester, Solomon, and Western mining hubs, the five-berth Herb Elliott Port and Judith Street Harbour towage facility in Port Hedland, and the fastest heavy haul railway in the world.
The miner has also set up a green energy offshoot, Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), which aims to produce commercial quantities of green hydrogen. Fortescue was first publicly listed in 1987 and is now ranked as one of the largest companies on the ASX.
|08 Dec 2023||$25.75||$0.27||1.06%||4,681,066||$25.49||$25.80||$25.38|
|07 Dec 2023||$25.48||$0.40||1.59%||4,275,395||$25.25||$25.56||$25.16|
|06 Dec 2023||$25.08||$0.01||0.04%||4,788,014||$25.17||$25.26||$24.86|
|05 Dec 2023||$25.07||$-0.22||-0.87%||3,749,993||$25.07||$25.10||$24.63|
|04 Dec 2023||$25.29||$0.09||0.36%||4,284,386||$25.43||$25.63||$25.22|
|01 Dec 2023||$25.20||$0.21||0.84%||3,410,960||$24.85||$25.20||$24.84|
|30 Nov 2023||$24.99||$0.21||0.85%||8,455,232||$24.90||$25.27||$24.78|
|29 Nov 2023||$24.78||$-0.10||-0.40%||3,821,524||$24.68||$24.88||$24.30|
|28 Nov 2023||$24.88||$0.37||1.51%||4,172,815||$24.74||$24.93||$24.51|
|27 Nov 2023||$24.51||$-0.52||-2.08%||3,652,738||$24.93||$24.97||$24.48|
|24 Nov 2023||$25.03||$0.08||0.32%||2,626,626||$24.99||$25.36||$24.91|
|23 Nov 2023||$24.95||$-0.49||-1.93%||4,451,553||$25.20||$25.39||$24.09|
|22 Nov 2023||$25.44||$-0.03||-0.12%||4,401,362||$25.61||$25.78||$25.36|
|21 Nov 2023||$25.47||$0.17||0.67%||5,469,551||$25.35||$25.81||$25.35|
|20 Nov 2023||$25.30||$0.08||0.32%||3,718,203||$25.11||$25.36||$25.04|
|17 Nov 2023||$25.22||$0.02||0.08%||8,063,421||$25.15||$25.45||$25.08|
|16 Nov 2023||$25.20||$0.02||0.08%||6,433,935||$25.22||$25.29||$24.98|
|15 Nov 2023||$25.18||$0.84||3.45%||8,731,661||$25.26||$25.38||$24.92|
|14 Nov 2023||$24.34||$0.65||2.74%||6,084,184||$23.90||$24.45||$23.83|
|13 Nov 2023||$23.69||$-0.06||-0.25%||3,188,412||$23.91||$23.95||$23.55|
|10 Nov 2023||$23.75||$0.30||1.28%||5,103,903||$23.68||$23.79||$23.58|
|27 Nov 2023||Sebastian Coe||Buy||5,000||$123,700||
|04 Sep 2023||Elizabeth Gaines||Buy||147,920||$2,987,984||
Conversion of securities.
|04 Sep 2023||Elizabeth Gaines||Expiry||5,243||$105,908||
As advised by the company. 51,464 Rights, Lapsed
|04 Sep 2023||Elizabeth Gaines||Sell||147,920||$2,953,980||
|04 Sep 2023||Elizabeth Gaines||Exercise||147,920||$2,987,984||
Conversion of securities. 56,707 Rights, As per announcement on 11-09-2023
|29 Mar 2023||Jennifer Morris||Buy||652||$14,697||
|Mr John (Andrew) Henry Forrest||Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Jul 2003||
Mr Forrest is a global business leader and philanthropist. Through Fortescue, Tattarang and Minderoo Foundation, Dr Forrest is dedicated to leading the world to address the climate crisis and step beyond fossil fuels through green metals and green energy. In 2013, Dr Forrest was appointed by the Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to lead the country's response to tackling indigenous disparity, leading to the Forrest Review's publication in 2014. Dr Forrest is also Co-Chair of the Australia-China Senior Business Leaders Forum and a Board Member for the Boao Forum. He is also a member of Finance Committee.
|Ms Penelope (Penny) Bingham-Hall||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2016||
Ms. Bingham-Hall has over 30 years of experience in senior executive and non-executive roles in ASX listed companies. She is a Non-Executive Director of Dexus Property Group, Supply Nation, and the Crescent Foundation. Ms. Bingham-Hall is also Chair of Vocus Group, Taronga Conservation Society Australia, and the Advisory Committee of the Climate Governance Initiative Australia. Ms. Bingham-Hall has worked in the construction, infrastructure, mining and property industries across Australia and the Asian region. She has a particular interest in environmental sustainability, workplace safety and indigenous employment. She is member of Risk Management and Sustainability Committee as well as finance committee.
|Lord Sebastian Coe||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2018||
Mr Coe is the Non-Executive Chairman of CSM Sport and Entertainment, within the Chime Communications group as well as Non-Executive Director of Vitality Health Ltd and Allwyn Entertainment AG. He was elected President of the International Association of Athletics Federations in 2015 (now World Athletics) where he is driving governance reforms through the organization and its 214 Member Federations around the world. He is currently serving his second term as President. He was elected as a member of the International Olympic Committee in 2020 and became a director of the British Olympic Association at that time, having previously served as Chairman of the British Olympic Association from 2012 to 2016.
|Mr Mark Bradley Barnaba||Non-Executive DirectorLead Independent DirectorNon-Executive Deputy Chairman||Feb 2010||
Mr Barnaba is an Independent Director with international experience in finance, commerce, and natural resources. He has experience at board level in both the for-profit and non-profit sectors. He is currently a member of the Board (and Chairman of the Audit Committee) of the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Deputy Chairman and Lead Independent Director at Fortescue. In 2015, Mr Barnaba was named a Member of the General Division of the Order of Australia for service to the investment banking and financial sector, to business education and to sporting and cultural organizations. Mr Barnaba also chairs the Hospital Benefit Fund (HBF) Investment Committee. He is Chair of Risk, Sustainability and Finance Committee.
|Dr Larry Marshall||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2023||
Dr Marshall was Chief Executive of the CSIRO from 2015 to June 2023, Prior to joining the CSIRO, Dr Marshall co-founded and led a number of biotech and venture capital companies and has served on the boards of numerous high-tech companies operating in the US, Australia and China. Dr Marshall is currently the Chair of the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham); a board member of the Governing Council of the Australian National University; an adviser for the Australian Governments Circular Economy Ministerial Advisory Group; and a Committee member of the COVID-19 Vaccines and Treatments for Australia Science and Industry Technical Advisory Group, which provides advice to the Australian Government on the purchasing and manufacturing of COVID-19 vaccines and treatments.
|Ms Elizabeth Anne Gaines||Executive Director||Feb 2013||
Ms Gaines has international experience in all aspects of financial and commercial management. Ms Gaines has experience in the resources sector and exposure to the impact of the growth in Asian economies, particularly China, on the Australian business environment and economy as well as understanding of all aspects of financial and commercial management at a senior executive level in both listed and private companies. Ms Gaines has exposure to the drive to transition to green energy and has been a key driver of the goal to decarbonise Fortescue's mining operations by 2030. She is member of Finance Committee.
|Dr Jean Baderschneider||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2015||
Dr Baderschneider brings 35 years of international experience in procurement, strategic sourcing and supply chain management along with an understanding of high-risk operations and locations and partnerships. Dr Baderschneider retired from ExxonMobil in 2013 where she was Vice-President of Global Procurement. During her 30-year career, she was responsible for operations all over the world, including Africa, South America, the Middle East, and Asia. A past member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Supply Management and the Executive Board of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Dr Baderschneider also served on the boards of The Center of Advanced Purchasing Studies and the Procurement Council of both The Conference Board and the Corporate Executive Board. She is member of Risk Management and Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Yifei Li||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2022||
Ms Yifei Li is the President of the QiBin Foundation and currently serves on the board of BlackRock China and is a Global Trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation. Ms Li was an Independent Board member of GAVI (The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation) from 2012 to 2018 and was formerly the Country Chair for Man Group in China, one of the hedge fund managers. Before joining Man Group, Ms Li had over 18 years of senior management experience, having led the expansion of several multinational companies in China, including Viacom, MTV networks and VivaKi of Publicis Group.
|Ms Usha Rao-Monari||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2023||
Ms Rao-Monari currently holds a portfolio of non-executive and advisory roles including; Singapores International Advisory Panel on Carbon Markets, Force for Good Advisory Board, Voluntary Carbon Markets Integrity Initiative Steering Committee, NewAg Partners Advisory Board, Commissioner on the Global Commission on the Economics of Water,and Saudi Arabias International Steering Council for Environment for NEOM. Ms Rao-Monari is also the former Under Secretary General and Associate Administrator for United Nations Development Programme and has held a variety of executive and non-executive positions including with Blackstone Infrastructure Group, Global Water Development Partners, UPL and International Finance Corporation.
|Mr Cameron Wilson||Company Secretary||Feb 2018||
|Mr Philip (Phil) James McKeiver||Chief General CounselCompany Secretary||Nov 2023||
|Mr Dino Otranto||Chief Executive Officer||Aug 2023||
|Mark Hutchinson||CEO Fortescue Energy||
|Fiona Hick||CEO Fortescue Metals||
|Dino Otranto||Chief Executive Officer||
|Philip (Phil) James McKeiver||Chief General CounselCompany Secretary||
|Cameron Wilson||Company Secretary||
|Dino Otranto||COO Fortescue Metals||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||1,482,035,717||48.13%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||406,988,264||13.22%|
|Valin Investments (Singapore) Pte Ltd||228,007,497||7.41%|
|Tattarang Pty Ltd||117,580,521||3.82%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||105,987,655||3.44%|
|Emichrome Pty Ltd||93,045,000||3.02%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||40,912,996||1.33%|
|Valin Resources Investments (Singapore) Pte Ltd||37,876,216||1.23%|
|National Nominees Limited||26,253,495||0.85%|
|Pacific Custodians Pty Limited||16,843,421||0.55%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited i||15,711,741||0.51%|
|Pacific Custodians Pty Limited i||15,710,557||0.51%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd ACF Clearstream||14,157,242||0.46%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited i||11,554,788||0.38%|
|Invia Custodian Pty Limited||8,244,951||0.27%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited ii||5,653,649||0.18%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||4,659,448||0.15%|
|Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited||4,119,589||0.13%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited ii||4,062,741||0.13%|
|Mr John William Cunningham||4,000,000||0.13%|