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Market Cap $1.50 billion
P/E Ratio N/A
Dividend Yield 1.20%
Shares Outstanding 299.62 million
Earnings per share -0.344
Dividend per share 0.12
Year To Date Return -36.48%
Earnings Yield N/A
Franking 100%
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Home Consortium (ASX: HMC)
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Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
01 Mar 2022 $0.0600 100.00% Interim 07 Apr 2022
02 Sep 2021 $0.0600 50.00% Final 01 Oct 2021
02 Mar 2021 $0.0600 100.00% Interim 17 Mar 2021
03 Sep 2020 $0.0750 100.00% Final 18 Sep 2020
04 Mar 2020 $0.0450 100.00% Interim 19 Mar 2020

HMC ASX Announcements

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About Home Consortium

Home Consortium is an internally managed property group focused on ownership, development and management.

HMC Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
12 Aug 2022 $4.99 $-0.24 -4.59% 285,570 $5.15 $5.15 $4.99
11 Aug 2022 $5.23 $0.21 4.18% 411,534 $5.26 $5.26 $5.13
10 Aug 2022 $5.02 $-0.07 -1.38% 169,358 $4.97 $5.12 $4.97
09 Aug 2022 $5.09 $0.05 0.99% 197,701 $5.06 $5.13 $5.06
08 Aug 2022 $5.04 $-0.12 -2.33% 182,728 $5.03 $5.11 $5.00
05 Aug 2022 $5.16 $0.01 0.19% 255,156 $5.05 $5.19 $5.05
04 Aug 2022 $5.15 $0.09 1.78% 317,926 $5.21 $5.25 $5.13
03 Aug 2022 $5.06 $-0.06 -1.17% 403,396 $4.97 $5.14 $4.97
02 Aug 2022 $5.12 $-0.10 -1.92% 528,527 $5.03 $5.21 $4.90
01 Aug 2022 $5.22 $-0.13 -2.43% 270,749 $5.24 $5.35 $5.22
29 Jul 2022 $5.35 $0.08 1.52% 372,691 $5.40 $5.40 $5.25
28 Jul 2022 $5.27 $0.07 1.35% 492,248 $5.23 $5.33 $5.16
27 Jul 2022 $5.20 $0.04 0.78% 116,680 $5.07 $5.20 $5.06
26 Jul 2022 $5.16 $0.10 1.98% 252,743 $5.05 $5.19 $4.93
25 Jul 2022 $5.06 $-0.05 -0.98% 356,774 $5.05 $5.18 $5.04
22 Jul 2022 $5.11 $-0.08 -1.54% 420,018 $4.72 $5.23 $4.72
21 Jul 2022 $5.19 $-0.12 -2.26% 394,222 $5.27 $5.29 $5.13
20 Jul 2022 $5.31 $0.13 2.51% 357,670 $5.25 $5.35 $5.18
19 Jul 2022 $5.18 $0.08 1.57% 424,509 $5.00 $5.18 $5.00
18 Jul 2022 $5.10 $0.11 2.20% 273,088 $5.14 $5.14 $4.90
15 Jul 2022 $4.99 $0.07 1.42% 454,793 $5.07 $5.07 $4.84
14 Jul 2022 $4.92 $0.03 0.61% 397,511 $4.85 $4.92 $4.78

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
14 Mar 2022 Isaac(Zac) Fried Issued 7 $52,468
Directors' share plan. 13,156 Rights
14 Mar 2022 Brendon Gale Issued 11 $73,459
Directors' share plan. 14,274 rights
14 Mar 2022 Gregory (Greg) Hayes Issued 8 $57,719
Directors' share plan. 14,473 rights
14 Mar 2022 Jane McAloon Issued 11 $78,709
Directors' share plan. 16,109 rights
14 Mar 2022 David Di Pilla Issued 223 $1,468,583
Issued under employee share plan. 911,949 performance rights
14 Mar 2022 Christopher Saxon Issued 19 $131,178
Directors' share plan. 24,083 rights
14 Mar 2022 Kelly O'Dwyer Issued 9 $62,964
Directors' share plan. 9,569 rights
31 Dec 2021 David Di Pilla Buy 65 $503,062
On-market trade. As per announcement on 31-12-2021
06 Dec 2021 Isaac(Zac) Fried Sell 3 $21,750,000
On-market trade.
19 Nov 2021 Isaac(Zac) Fried Buy 365 $2,799,685
Off-market trade.
18 Nov 2021 Isaac(Zac) Fried Buy 365 $2,799,693
Off-market trade.
09 Nov 2021 Christopher Saxon Buy 18 $150,976
On-market trade.
09 Sep 2021 Jane McAloon Buy 17 $125,048
On-market trade.
27 Aug 2021 Jane McAloon Buy 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities.
27 Aug 2021 Jane McAloon Exercise 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities. 4,147 - rights
27 Aug 2021 Christopher Saxon Exercise 32 $198,411
Conversion of securities. 4,147 - rights
27 Aug 2021 Christopher Saxon Buy 32 $198,411
Conversion of securities.
27 Aug 2021 Isaac(Zac) Fried Buy 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities.
27 Aug 2021 Isaac(Zac) Fried Exercise 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities. 5,182 - rights
27 Aug 2021 Gregory (Greg) Hayes Exercise 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities. 5,701 - rights
27 Aug 2021 Gregory (Greg) Hayes Buy 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities.
27 Aug 2021 Brendon Gale Buy 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities.
27 Aug 2021 Brendon Gale Exercise 18 $113,381
Conversion of securities. 3,110 - rights
27 Aug 2021 Kelly O'Dwyer Buy 39 $240,255
Conversion of securities.
27 Aug 2021 Kelly O'Dwyer Exercise 39 $240,255
Conversion of securities.

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Mr Isaac(Zac) Jacob Fried Non-Executive Director Sep 2019
Mr Fried worked closely with David Di Pilla and the team who founded and established the consortium to acquire the group in 2016. He is the Executive Deputy Chair of the Spotlight Group ('SGH'). Established in 1973, SGH owns a number of major and iconic Australian retail brands: Spotlight, Anaconda, Mountain Designs and Harris Scarfe. SGH also controls one of Australia's largest privately-owned property portfolios, Spotlight Property Group, and operates a significant family office engaged in extensive investment and philanthropic activities. With over 10,000 employees and 260 big box retail outlets across four countries with large greenfield redevelopment opportunities, SGH is one of Australia's leading retail and property industry participants. His focus at SGH includes the oversight of SGH's property development and leasing portfolio. He has almost 30 years of retail and property industry experience and a track record of successful site identification, property value creation, and the fostering of many longstanding and close lessee relationships. He has played the central role at SGH in the development of many of Australia and New Zealand's premier retail, office, and homemaker centres. In addition to his role at SGH, Mr Fried is the President of the Large Format Retail Association ('LFRA'). The LFRA is the preeminent industry association responsible for representing the Australian retail industry interests of operators, investors, property owners, developers and service providers that collectively generate approximately $80 billion or 25% of all retail sales in Australia.
Mr Brendon Gale Non-Executive Director Sep 2019
Mr Gale is a leading Australian sporting administrator and is the current Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Richmond Football Club, one of the largest and most diversified sports businesses in Australia. He is also an experienced company director, having previously served on the board of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission and is a current director of the Richmond Football Club Ltd and Aligned Leisure Pty Ltd. is experienced in leading high performing and profitable consumer businesses, operating in multi stakeholder environments, involving significant public investment. He has a proven track record in shaping positive corporate culture and setting the tone from the top through the alignment of purpose, values and strategy. He is also the chair of the Sustainability Committee
Mr Gregory (Greg) John Hayes Non-Executive Director Sep 2019
Mr Hayes is currently a Non-Executive Director of HomeCo Daily Needs REIT (ASX: HDN); Non-Executive Director of Ingenia Communities (ASX:INA) & non-executive director of Aurrum Holdings Pty Ltd. Having worked across a range of industries including property, infrastructure, energy and logistics, his skills and experience include strategy, finance, mergers and acquisitions and strategic risk management, in particular in listed companies with global operations. He was previously Chief Financial Officer and executive director of Brambles Limited, Chief Executive Officer and Group Managing Director of Tenix Pty Ltd, Chief Financial Officer and later interim Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Gaslight Company, Chief Financial Officer Australia and New Zealand of Westfield Holdings, Executive General Manager, Finance of Southcorp Limited. He has also held non-executive director roles at Incitec Pivot Limited and The Star Entertainment Group Ltd.
Ms Jane Frances McAloon Non-Executive Director Sep 2019
Ms McAloon is a non-executive director of Energy Australia, United Malt Group, Newcrest Mining, Allianz Australia and is a member of the Advisory Board of Allens Linklaters. She is also Chairman of Monash University Foundation. She has worked in the natural resources, energy, infrastructure and utility industries for over 25 years. She was President Governance and Group Company Secretary at BHP Billiton for nine years during which she worked on key strategic issues, corporate transactions, as well as market, regulatory and reputational matters. Prior to this she was a senior executive at AGL Energy Limited. Jane worked in executive leadership roles with the NSW Government Cabinet Office and the Energy, Rail and Natural Resources Departments. She previously worked in private legal practice. Her previous appointments include Viva Energy, Port of Melbourne, Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Cogstate Limited, Healthscope Limited, Bravery Trust, Defence Reserves Services Council, Referendum Council on Constitutional Recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and the Australian War Memorial. She is member of the Sustainability Committee.
Mr David Anthony Di Pilla Chief Executive OfficerExecutive DirectorManaging Director Oct 2017
Mr Pilla led the team that founded and established the consortium to acquire the group in 2016. He is the founder, a director and the major shareholder of the Aurrum Aged Care group. From 2014 to 2016, he was also a strategic advisor and director to operating subsidiaries of the Tenix Group of Companies. He has over 20 years of experience in investment banking. From 2004 to 2015, he was Managing Director and Senior Adviser at UBS Australia and during this time he advised some of Australia's largest corporations on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity capital market transactions.
Mr Christopher Saxon Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Sep 2019
Mr Saxon is an Australian lawyer and was, until 2019, a partner with Baker McKenzie. His practice included large-scale mergers and acquisition ('M&A') transactions across a range of sectors, notably energy (gas, electricity, renewable), industrials, infrastructure and mining. He has consistently been ranked as one of Australia's foremost project and M&A lawyers and has been lead adviser on government restructuring transactions and privatisations, major trade sales and infrastructure projects. He served as Chair of Baker McKenzie Australia for five years (2012-2017) and has held numerous leadership roles within the firm.
Hon Kelly Megan O'Dwyer Non-Executive Director Nov 2020
Ms O'Dwyer served in the Australian Parliament as a Senior Cabinet Minister holding a number of key economic portfolios including Minister for Jobs and Industrial Relations; Minister for Revenue and Financial Services; Minister for Small Business; and Assistant Treasurer. She also served on the Cabinet's Budget Committee (the Expenditure Review Committee) and held the portfolios of Minister for Women; as well as Minister Assisting the Prime Minister with the Public Service. Prior to entering Parliament, she worked in law, government and finance and brings insights across a range of sectors including funds management, superannuation, workplace relations, foreign investment, law and banking. She is a member of the School Council at Caulfield Grammar School and a member of the Hospice Rebuild Capital Fundraising Committee for Very Special Kids.
Mr Andrew Selim Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel
Will McMicking Chief Financial Officer
Sid Sharma Chief Operating Officer
Andrew Selim Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel
Andrew Boustred Development Director

Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

Data provided by Morningstar.
Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 70,614,283 24.34%
Home Investment Consortium Company Pty Ltd 62,222,223 21.45%
HICC 2 Pty Ltd 31,111,112 10.72%
JP Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 25,398,834 8.75%
National Nominees Limited 12,268,063 4.23%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 11,508,568 3.97%
Aurrum Holdings Pty Ltd 6,944,444 2.39%
Goat Properties Pty Ltd 6,716,418 2.32%
UBS Nominees Pty Ltd 4,602,346 1.59%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd 3,738,876 1.29%
Netwealth Investments Limited 3,730,742 1.29%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd 2,802,839 0.97%
Bridgebox Pty Ltd 2,759,639 0.95%
Balmoral Financial Investments Pty Ltd 2,243,207 0.77%
CW Property Nominees Pty Ltd 2,238,806 0.77%
Longmorn Pty Ltd 1,350,000 0.47%
SG Foundation Investments Pty Ltd 1,051,014 0.36%
Brispot Nominees Pty Ltd 870,442 0.30%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd I 707,954 0.24%
Tripel Pty Ltd 545,824 0.19%