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|23 Feb 2022||$0.3000||15.00%||Final||18 Mar 2022|
|01 Sep 2021||$0.1600||80.00%||Interim||24 Sep 2021|
|24 Feb 2021||$0.3000||40.00%||Final||19 Mar 2021|
|02 Sep 2020||$0.1600||35.00%||Interim||25 Sep 2020|
|26 Feb 2020||$0.3000||40.00%||Final||20 Mar 2020|
|04 Sep 2019||$0.1600||10.00%||Interim||27 Sep 2019|
|27 Feb 2019||$0.3000||40.00%||Final||22 Mar 2019|
|05 Sep 2018||$0.1600||60.00%||Interim||28 Sep 2018|
|28 Feb 2018||$0.2800||60.00%||Final||23 Mar 2018|
|06 Sep 2017||$0.1600||60.00%||Interim||29 Sep 2017|
|08 Mar 2017||$0.2800||60.00%||Final||24 Mar 2017|
|08 Sep 2016||$0.1600||60.00%||Interim||29 Sep 2016|
|09 Mar 2016||$0.2670||60.00%||Final||24 Mar 2016|
|09 Sep 2015||$0.1600||50.00%||25 Sep 2015|
|11 Mar 2015||$0.2550||40.00%||31 Mar 2015|
|11 Sep 2014||$0.1600||40.00%||Interim||30 Sep 2014|
|07 Mar 2014||$0.2450||80.00%||Final||31 Mar 2014|
|08 Mar 2011||$0.0350||0.00%||Special Cash||31 Mar 2011|
|08 Mar 2011||$0.2400||66.00%||Final||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|
Iress Ltd (ASX:IRE) is an Australian-based software company with global operations spanning the Asia-Pacific, North America, Africa and Europe. The company employs around 2,000 people worldwide and builds software used by the financial services industry. Its clients include some of the world’s most well-known financial institution brands, spanning banks, insurers, brokers, traders, financial advisors, and superannuation companies.
The company’s financial advice, market data, superannuation and investment management software is used by more than 9,000 businesses and 500,000 users around the world.
According to the company, Iress is committed to generating long-term growth opportunities through leveraging technology and it has also undertaken a number of strategic acquisitions over the years.
Iress listed on the ASX in 2000. As with most ASX shares, the Iress share price was hit hard by the March 2020 bear market but has also been relatively flat since 2015
|13 May 2022||$10.81||$0.22||2.08%||1,543,047||$10.80||$11.00||$10.64|
|12 May 2022||$10.59||$-0.60||-5.36%||681,727||$11.01||$11.10||$10.51|
|11 May 2022||$11.19||$-0.01||-0.09%||551,297||$11.08||$11.20||$10.98|
|10 May 2022||$11.20||$0.60||5.66%||794,736||$10.55||$11.21||$10.50|
|09 May 2022||$10.60||$0.15||1.44%||615,351||$10.26||$10.60||$10.26|
|06 May 2022||$10.45||$-0.23||-2.15%||437,509||$10.37||$10.54||$10.17|
|05 May 2022||$10.68||$0.23||2.20%||375,802||$10.56||$10.76||$10.45|
|04 May 2022||$10.45||$-0.20||-1.88%||176,237||$10.62||$10.69||$10.41|
|03 May 2022||$10.65||$-0.02||-0.19%||179,153||$10.68||$10.87||$10.63|
|02 May 2022||$10.67||$-0.37||-3.35%||179,104||$10.80||$10.90||$10.65|
|29 Apr 2022||$11.04||$0.23||2.13%||202,734||$10.81||$11.04||$10.81|
|28 Apr 2022||$10.81||$-0.06||-0.55%||198,167||$10.94||$10.97||$10.81|
|27 Apr 2022||$10.87||$-0.08||-0.73%||298,684||$10.80||$11.03||$10.72|
|26 Apr 2022||$10.95||$-0.23||-2.06%||1,417,613||$11.10||$11.13||$10.84|
|22 Apr 2022||$11.18||$-0.39||-3.37%||755,460||$11.50||$11.53||$11.15|
|21 Apr 2022||$11.57||$0.04||0.35%||162,245||$11.66||$11.66||$11.51|
|20 Apr 2022||$11.53||$0.19||1.68%||306,988||$11.67||$11.68||$11.51|
|12 May 2022||Roger Sharp||Buy||4||$49,934||
|04 Apr 2022||Andrew Walsh||Sell||119||$1,418,168||
As advised by the company. Average price
Disposal of shares to meet normal tax obligations arising from
the vesting of rights.
|29 Mar 2022||Julie Fahey||Buy||3||$34,939||
|15 Mar 2022||Andrew Walsh||Issued||6||$79,392||
As advised by the company. Average Price
Granting of shares to match the value of dividends declared during the vesting period of 2020 Equity Rights
|02 Mar 2022||Andrew Walsh||Expiry||12||$141,555||
As advised by the company. 4,14,814 - Deferred Share Rights, Equity Rights & Performance Rights, 12,963
|02 Mar 2022||Andrew Walsh||Exercise||143||$1,497,634||
Conversion of securities. 4,27,777 - Deferred Share Rights, Equity Rights & Performance Rights
|02 Mar 2022||Andrew Walsh||Buy||143||$1,497,634||
Conversion of securities. Average Price
|28 Feb 2022||Michael Dwyer||Buy||12||$130,134||
On-market trade. Average Price
|31 Aug 2021||Andrew Walsh||Expiry||41||$616,890||
As advised by the company. 571,208 - Deferred Share Rights, Equity Rights & Performance Rights
partial lapsing of 2017 Performance Rights - 25,179 & 16,531 lapsed
|31 Aug 2021||Andrew Walsh||Exercise||67||$1,007,710||
Conversion of securities. 612,918 - Deferred Share Rights, Equity Rights & Performance Rights
|31 Aug 2021||Andrew Walsh||Buy||67||$1,007,710||
Conversion of securities. Average Price
|18 May 2021||Andrew Walsh||Buy||51||$519,138||
Conversion of securities. Avg price
|18 May 2021||Andrew Walsh||Sell||140||$1,405,600||
As advised by the company. Disposal of shares to meet normal tax obligations arising from the vesting
of equity grants.
|18 May 2021||Andrew Walsh||Issued||199||$2,007,518||
Issue of securities. As per announcement on 24/05/2021.
680,686 - Deferred Share Rights, Equity Rights & Performance Rights
|18 May 2021||Andrew Walsh||Exercise||51||$519,138||
Conversion of securities. 480,734 - Deferred Share Rights, Equity Rights & Performance Rights
|Mr Roger Keith Sharp||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Feb 2021||
Mr Sharp has 35 years' experience in markets, technology and governance. He has an international experience in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States. He is currently chair of ASX-listed Webjet, the deputy chair of Tourism New Zealand, the chair of the Lotteries Commission of New Zealand and the founder of boutique technology investment bank, North Ridge Partners. His past executive roles have included Global Head of Technology at ABN AMRO Bank and CEO of ABN AMRO Asia Pacific Securities. His executive career include: 1984-1987 : Joint managing director and founder, Datacorp (New Zealand); 1988-1997: Investment banker, Ord Minnett/Jardine Fleming (now JP Morgan) (Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Hong Kong); 1997-2002 - ABN AMRO Bank: Head of Corporate Finance Execution for Asia (Hong Kong) (1997), CEO of Asia Pacific Securities (Hong Kong) (1997-2000), Interim CEO of USA and Latin American Securities (New York) (2000), Global Head of Technology (London) (2000-2001); 2003- Founder and chair, North Ridge Partners. His current non-executive and government roles include: 2013 - Webjet (WEB.ASX): Non-Executive Director (Chair since June 2017); 2016 - Geo Limited (GEO.NZX): Non-Executive Director (Chair since May 2016); 2018 - Tourism New Zealand: Board Member (Deputy Chair since April 2019); and 2020 - Lotteries Commission of New Zealand: Board Member (Chair since July 2020). His former non-executive roles include: 2004-2008 - Chair, travel.com.au (TVL.ASX); 2004-2007 - Non-Executive Director, Software of Excellence (SOE.NZX); and 2015-2019 - Chair, Asia Pacific Digital (DIG.ASX).
|Mr Andrew Leslie Walsh||Managing DirectorChief Executive Officer||Oct 2009||
Mr Walsh co-founded the development of market financial planning software Xplan
|Ms Julie Austa Fahey||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2017||
Ms Fahey has over 30 years of experience in technology, including in organisations such as Western Mining, Exxon, Roy Morgan, General Motors and SAP, covering consulting, software vendor and chief information officer roles. In addition to her industry experience, she has had spend 10 years at KPMG as a partner with the firm, during which time she held roles as national partner telecommunications, media and technology, and national managing partner - markets. She was also a Member of the KPMG National Executive Committee. She is a Non-Executive Director of SEEK, Datacom Group, CenITex, Vocus Group, The Australian Red Cross Blood Service and non-profit disability services organisation Yooralla, and a Member of the La Trobe University board. She is Chair of the People & Performance and a member of the Risk Committee.
|Ms Trudy Joy Vonhoff||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2020||
Ms Vonhoff has over 20 years experience in retail banking, financial markets and investment. She is currently a director of Credit Corp Group and Cuscal Limited. Previous directorships include AMP Bank, A2B (Cabcharge), Ruralco Holdings Limited, Tennis NSW and the Westpac Staff Superannuation Fund. For 13 years she held senior executive roles at Westpac and AMP across retail banking, finance, risk, technology & operations, and agribusiness. He is a member of the Risk and People & Performance Committee.
|Ms Niki Beattie||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2015||
Ms Beattie has more than 30 years experience in financial technology and capital markets. She currently runs Market Structure Partners. She had spend more than a decade in senior positions at Merrill Lynch International. She is currently Non-Executive Chair of listed entity Aquis Exchange Limited and of privately owned XTX Markets. She is also a Non Executive Director of Kepler Cheuvreux UK Ltd. She was previously on the board of MOEX, the Moscow Exchange and of Borsa Istanbul, the Turkish Exchange. She also had spend 12 years on the Secondary Markets Advisory Committee to the European Securities Markets Authority and 6 years on the Regulatory Decisions Committee of the UK Financial Conduct Authority. She is a member of the People & Performance Committee.
|Mr Michael John Dwyer||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2020||
Mr Dwyer has over 35 years experience in superannuation and investment, including 14 years as CEO of First State Super. He is a director of the Global Advisory Council of Tobacco Free Portfolios and the Sydney Financial Forum. Since 1998 he has also been a director and Chair of Australia for UNHCR, the private sector partner of the UN Refugee Agency. He is a life Member of the Fund Executives Association. After serving as a director, on 31 August 2020 he started serving as the Chair of TCorp (New South Wales Treasury Corporation). On 22 October 2020 he started serving as a director of Bennelong Funds Management. He is a member of the Risk and the People & Performance Committee.
|Mr Peter Ferguson||Chief Legal CounselCompany Secretary||Jun 2011||
|Peter Ferguson||Chief Legal CounselCompany Secretary||
|Greencape Capital (Melbourne)||13,109,447||6.91%|
|First Sentier Investors - Australian Small Companies (Sydney)||10,620,168||5.60%|
|Dnr Capital (Brisbane)||9,634,257||5.08%|
|Selector Funds Mgt (Sydney)||9,049,430||4.77%|
|Australian Foundation Investment Co (Melbourne)||8,211,205||4.33%|
|State Street Global Advisors (Sydney)||6,045,829||3.19%|
|Vanguard Group (Philadelphia)||6,016,246||3.17%|
|Blackrock Investment Mgt - Index (San Francisco)||5,970,507||3.15%|
|Ire Equity Plans Trust (Melbourne)||5,515,900||2.91%|
|Schroder Investment Mgt (Sydney)||4,966,406||2.62%|
|Hyperion Asset Mgt (Brisbane)||3,929,996||2.07%|
|Dimensional Fund Advisors (Sydney)||3,835,889||2.02%|
|Spheria Asset Mgt (Sydney)||3,469,315||1.83%|
|Ellerston Capital (Sydney)||3,431,310||1.81%|
|Vanguard Investments Australia (Melbourne)||3,346,563||1.76%|
|Norges Bank Investment Mgt (Oslo)||2,999,607||1.58%|
|Celeste Funds Mgt (Sydney)||2,849,232||1.50%|
|Namu Holdings (Singapore)||2,766,420||1.46%|
|Eley Griffiths Group (Sydney)||2,506,564||1.32%|
|Blackrock Investment Mgt (Australia) - Index (Sydney)||2,397,481||1.26%|