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An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
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Goodman Group (ASX: GMG) is an integrated property group with operations throughout Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, the United Kingdom, North America and Brazil.
The group was formed following the merger of Macquarie Goodman Industrial Trust and Macquarie Goodman Management in 2005. GMG operates four divisions: Property Investment, Fund Management, Property Services and Property Development. As at 30th June 2018, GMG had $38.3 billion assets under management and 366 properties.
Goodman Group is now the largest REIT (real estate investment trust) in Australia, which makes GMG shares a favourite of listed property enthusiasts.
GMG shares first listed on the ASX on 2 February 2005 and the GMG share price has risen exponentially since then. The group now takes its place as one of the largest companies on the sharemarket.
|Mr Ian David Johnston||Non-Executive Director||
Mr Johnston has over 30 years experience with a number of leading companies in the international food and beverage industry. He initially spent 13 years with Unilever in a range of domestic and overseas marketing roles and then joined Cadbury Schweppes as Marketing and Sales Director, Australia/New Zealand.Mr Johnston was subsequently appointed Managing Director of Cadburys UK business before becoming Managing Director, Global Confectionery of Cadbury Schweppes plc from 1996 until 2000. He then served from 2001 to 2004 as President and Chief Operating Officer of The Olayan Group, a privately-owned Saudi Arabian conglomerate. He was appointed a non-executive Director of Fosters Group Limited(2) in September 2007 and then held the position of Chief Executive Officer between September 2008 and the demerger of its wine business in May 2011. Mr Johnston is a Member of the Human Resources Committee (appointed 26 May 2008)
|Mr Clive Anthony Hooke||Non-Executive Director||
Mr Hooke is an experienced senior executive and business and financial consultant. He was the Chief Financial Officer of National Foods Limited from 1997 until his retirement in 2004, prior to which he served as Chief Executive of Totalizator Agency Board of Victoria from 1993 until its acquisition by TABCORP in 1994, and as Director of Strategy and Finance of Elders Agribusiness Group (part of Fosters Brewing Group Limited) between 1982 and 1991. Mr Hooke is a former Chairman of Astra Capital Limited(1) and Big Brothers Big Sisters Australia Limited and also served as a Director of Tassal Group Limited between November 2010 and March 2012. Former directorships of other listed companies during the past three years: Tassal Group Limited, November 2010 to March 2012 Mr Hooke is a Member of the Corporate Risk Committee (appointed 21 June 2007)
|Ms Christine Joanne Froggatt||Non-Executive Director||
Ms Froggatt has over 20 years senior executive experience as a human resources specialist in leading international companies including Brambles Industries plc and Brambles Industries Limited, Whitbread Group plc, Diageo plc, Mars Inc and Unilever NV. More recently she has served on the Boards of Britvic plc and Sports Direct International plc and as an independent trustee director of Berkeley Square Pension Trustee Company Limited. She is currently a non-executive director on the Boards of Myer Holdings Limited (appointed December 2010), the Australian Chamber Orchestra and Australian Chamber Orchestra Instrument Fund Pty Ltd. Ms Froggatt has a broad industry background, particularly in consumer branded products, covering industries such as beverages, food and confectionery through her appointments at Britvic, Whitbread, Diageo and Mars. She also has a breadth of experience in other industries such as retailing, hotels, leisure and logistics. Chris Froggat is a Member of the Corporate Risk Committee (appointed 27 August 2009) and Chairman of the Human Resources (appointed a Member on 27 August 2009)
|Mr Steven Gregg||Non-Executive Chairman||
Mr Gregg is a Chairman of the Corporate Risk Committee from 26 February 2010 to 25 October 2012. Mr Gregg is an experienced investment and commercial banker with extensive Australian and international executive experience with ABN Amro (as Senior Executive Vice President and Global Head of Investment Banking), Chase Manhattan, Lehman Brothers and AMP Morgan Grenfell. His most recent executive role was as Expert Partner at McKinsey & Company in Australia and the US. Mr Gregg is a member of the Grant Samuel non-executive Advisory Board and is a non-executive Director of Tabcorp Holdings Limited (appointed July 2012), Challenger Limited and Challenger Life Limited (appointed October 2012) and William Inglis & Son Limited. He is the Chairman of Sunshine (the Lorna Hodgkinson Sunshine Home) and also served as the Chairman of Austock Group Limited between November 2009 and May 2012. He was appointed a Trustee of the Australian Museum Trust in January 2014. Former directorships of other listed companies during the past three years: Austock Group Limited, November 2009 to May 2012.
|Mr Peter Roland Hearl||Non-Executive Director||
Mr Hearl is an experienced senior executive with international experience and expertise in the FMCG sector. His previous roles included executive appointments with Yum Brands, the worlds largest (by number of outlets) restaurant company (where he was Chief Operating and Development Officer), Pepsico and Exxon (Esso). He has also been a non-executive Director of Amrest Inc, Westport Resources Inc and KFC Japan Inc. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Asia Pacific region and has also worked extensively in Europe, the USA and Australia. He is currently a Director of Treasury Wine Estates Limited (appointed February 2012). He also advises and is a Director of a small number of private companies Mr Hearl is Member of the Human Resources Committee (appointed 26 February 2010) and Chairman of the Corporate Risk Committee (appointed 25 October 2012).
|Ms Janice (Jan) Amelia Dawson||Non-Executive Director||
Ms Dawson, who is based in New Zealand, was formerly the Chair and Chief Executive of KPMG New Zealand where she had extensive experience encompassing audit and accounting advice, due diligence, capital transactions, risk management, governance and litigation support for a wide range of companies across manufacturing, property and infrastructure. Ms Dawson was appointed a non-executive Director of Air New Zealand Limited in April 2011 and Deputy Chairman in September 2013. She is also a non-executive Director of Westpac New Zealand Limited, Meridian Energy Limited, AIG Insurance New Zealand Limited and Beca Group Limited, as well as a member of the Capital Investment Committee of the National Health Board, a Councillor of the University of Auckland, a member of the Council and Chair of the Audit Committee of the International Sailing Federation and a Trustee of the Voyager New Zealand Maritime Museum. Ms Dawson was formerly the Deputy Chair of Counties Manukau District Health Board, a member of the Disciplinary Tribunal of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and the President of Yachting New Zealand.Ms Dawson Member of the Corporate Risk Committee (appointed 1 October 2012)
|Mr Christopher Raymond Delaney||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Jul 2011||
Mr Delaney is an experienced FMCG executive whose international career includes senior executive positions in the US, Australia, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. He spent 20 years with Procter & Gamble in a variety of management roles before joining the Campbell Soup Company in 2004 as Vice President of Sales. He was subsequently appointed President of Emerging Markets and then President (Asia Pacific) in 2009. In his most recent role, he was responsible for leading and growing Campbells fastest growing region, with revenue of more than $1 billion and operations in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Mr Delaney is currently Deputy Chairman of the Australian Food and Grocery Council.
|Mr Ian Grainger Cornell||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2014||
Mr Cornell is a highly experienced executive in the Australian/New Zealand retail and food and grocery industries, having held a number of senior executive positions with Woolworths, Franklins and Westfield. Mr Cornells most recent executive position was at Westfield Group where he was Director of Human Resources and previously, Director of Shopping Centre Management for Australia and New Zealand. Prior to joining Westfield, Mr Cornell was the Chief Executive Officer of Franklins in Australia and also held numerous senior executive positions with Woolworths Limited, including the role of Chief General Manager for Woolworths supermarkets division. Mr Cornell is a non-executive director of Myer Holdings Limited (appointed February 2014) and William Inglis & Son Limited.Mr Cornell is a Member of the Human Resources Committee.
|Ms Sara Goldstein||Company Secretary||Apr 2014||
|P A Gibson||Chief Financial Officer||
|Sara Goldstein||Company Secretary||
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||498,116,799||25.47%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Limited||406,162,051||20.77%|
|UBS Nominees Pty Ltd||235,129,374||12.02%|
|National Nominees Limited||178,035,616||9.10%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||128,289,382||6.56%|
|Oceanica Developments Limited<Oceanica A/C>||93,866,842||4.80%|
|RBC Investor Services Australia Nominees Pty Limited||60,537,098||3.09%|
|PAN Australian Nominees Pty Limited||54,845,961||2.80%|
|Bnp Paribas Noms Pty Ltd||40,032,584||2.05%|
|Warbont Nominees Pty Ltd<Accumulation Entrepot A/C>||23,606,544||1.21%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd||12,241,957||0.63%|
|CS Fourth Nominees Pty Ltd||7,774,906||0.40%|
|Morgan Stanley Australia Securities (Nominee) Pty Limited<No 1 Account>||6,782,778||0.35%|
|W Singapore Holdings Pte Ltd||5,791,579||0.30%|
|AMP Life Limited||4,651,680||0.24%|
|Narra Holdings Pty Ltd<Lawrence Narra Family A/C>||3,052,900||0.16%|
|MLEQ Nominees Pty Limited<Settle1 A/C>||2,680,656||0.14%|
|Mr Anthony Phillip Maurici||2,593,000||0.13%|
|Goldman Sachs Australia Pty Ltd<House Omni A/C>||2,400,000||0.12%|