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|20 Aug 2021||$0.1200||0.00%||Final||15 Sep 2021|
|26 Feb 2021||$0.1500||37.20%||Interim||17 Mar 2021|
|21 Aug 2020||$0.0326||0.00%||Final||15 Sep 2020|
|27 Feb 2020||$0.3000||0.00%||Interim||17 Mar 2020|
|23 Aug 2019||$0.3000||0.00%||Final||16 Sep 2019|
|01 Mar 2019||$0.1200||0.00%||Interim||20 Mar 2019|
|28 Aug 2018||$0.3500||0.00%||Final||21 Sep 2018|
|27 Feb 2018||$0.3400||0.00%||Interim||22 Mar 2018|
|01 Sep 2017||$0.3300||0.00%||Final||20 Sep 2017|
|02 Mar 2017||$0.3300||0.00%||Interim||24 Mar 2017|
|24 Aug 2016||$0.3000||0.00%||Final||14 Sep 2016|
|23 Feb 2016||$0.3000||0.00%||Interim||15 Mar 2016|
|27 Aug 2015||$0.2700||21.19%||18 Sep 2015|
|26 Feb 2015||$0.3003||10.09%||18 Mar 2015|
|01 Sep 2014||$0.4900||14.39%||22 Sep 2014|
|03 Mar 2014||$0.2200||0.00%||Interim||21 Mar 2014|
|05 Sep 2013||$0.2000||0.00%||Final||27 Sep 2013|
|04 Mar 2013||$0.2200||0.00%||Interim||27 Mar 2013|
|06 Sep 2012||$0.2200||0.00%||Final||28 Sep 2012|
|05 Mar 2012||$0.1600||0.00%||Interim||30 Mar 2012|
|12 Sep 2011||$0.1500||0.00%||Final||30 Sep 2011|
|04 Mar 2011||$0.2000||50.00%||Interim||30 Mar 2011|
|06 Sep 2010||$0.1200||100.00%||Final||24 Sep 2010|
|04 Mar 2010||$0.2000||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2010|
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|
Lendlease Group (ASX:LLC) is an international property and infrastructure group with operations in Australia, Asia, the Americas and Europe. The company’s integrated business model comprises development, construction, investment management and ownership of property and infrastructure assets.
Founded by Dick Dusseldorp and incorporated in 1958 as Lend Lease Corporation Limited, the company started in NSW with 35 tradesmen and £10,000. After more than 60 years, it has grown into a construction giant that shapes cities, creating strong and connected communities.
Over the years, Lendlease has been entrusted with many projects of public, cultural and social significance in Australia and overseas. These include the Sydney Opera House, the National September 11 Memorial in New York, and restoring historic buildings such as London’s Tate Britain and National Theatre.
The Lendlease share price has been hit by the coronavirus pandemic in FY20 but there is confidence its burgeoning global development pipeline has positioned the company for solid earnings growth in FY21 and beyond.
|13 Oct 2021||$10.85||$0.00||0.00%||1,038,005||$10.94||$10.96||$10.85|
|12 Oct 2021||$10.85||$-0.19||-1.72%||1,617,719||$10.95||$11.04||$10.79|
|11 Oct 2021||$11.04||$-0.07||-0.63%||1,109,800||$10.93||$11.04||$10.92|
|08 Oct 2021||$11.11||$0.05||0.45%||713,970||$11.10||$11.15||$10.94|
|07 Oct 2021||$11.06||$0.08||0.73%||1,061,732||$11.03||$11.12||$10.91|
|06 Oct 2021||$10.98||$-0.01||-0.09%||1,137,578||$11.00||$11.05||$10.91|
|05 Oct 2021||$10.99||$-0.07||-0.63%||1,013,910||$10.88||$10.99||$10.81|
|04 Oct 2021||$11.06||$0.31||2.88%||1,235,580||$10.98||$11.09||$10.94|
|01 Oct 2021||$10.75||$-0.10||-0.92%||1,718,412||$10.75||$10.83||$10.60|
|30 Sep 2021||$10.85||$0.23||2.17%||1,593,493||$10.66||$10.88||$10.66|
|29 Sep 2021||$10.62||$-0.17||-1.58%||3,503,218||$10.64||$10.70||$10.39|
|28 Sep 2021||$10.79||$-0.14||-1.28%||1,445,765||$10.88||$10.95||$10.74|
|27 Sep 2021||$10.93||$0.00||0.00%||1,019,124||$10.97||$11.03||$10.90|
|24 Sep 2021||$10.93||$-0.12||-1.09%||1,534,588||$11.10||$11.14||$10.88|
|23 Sep 2021||$11.05||$0.17||1.56%||1,439,856||$10.92||$11.11||$10.92|
|22 Sep 2021||$10.88||$-0.10||-0.91%||1,950,960||$10.91||$11.03||$10.72|
|21 Sep 2021||$10.98||$-0.10||-0.90%||1,491,441||$11.03||$11.06||$10.94|
|20 Sep 2021||$11.08||$-0.40||-3.48%||1,283,638||$11.38||$11.38||$11.08|
|17 Sep 2021||$11.48||$0.26||2.32%||4,022,739||$11.24||$11.50||$11.16|
|16 Sep 2021||$11.22||$0.08||0.72%||2,273,966||$11.14||$11.28||$11.11|
|15 Sep 2021||$11.14||$-0.11||-0.98%||1,772,567||$11.15||$11.25||$11.07|
|14 Sep 2021||$11.25||$0.02||0.18%||1,760,474||$11.17||$11.29||$11.06|
|17 Mar 2021||Nicola Wakefield Evans||Issued||294||$3,983|| |
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|04 Mar 2021||Stephen(Steve) McCann||Sell||62||$848,293|| |
|03 Mar 2021||Stephen(Steve) McCann||Sell||62||$846,562|| |
|23 Nov 2020||Elizabeth Proust||Buy||5||$71,440|| |
|Ms Elizabeth Mary Proust||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2018|| |
Ms Proust has experience in the public and private sectors for over 30 years. Ms Proust spent eight years at ANZ Group including four years as Managing Director of Esanda, Managing Director of Metro banking and Group General Manager, Human Resources, Corporate Affairs and Management Services. Before joining ANZ, Ms Proust was Secretary (CEO) of the Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria) and Chief Executive of the City of Melbourne. Ms Proust has board experience in listed and private companies, subsidiaries and joint ventures, as well as government and not for profits. She was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2010. She is Member of People and Culture Committee, Risk Committee and Sustainability Committee.
|Mr Michael James Ullmer||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Dec 2011|| |
Mr Ullmer has experience of strategic, financial and management experience accumulated over his career in international banking, finance and professional services. He was the Deputy Group Chief Executive Officer of the National Australia Bank (NAB) from 2007 until he retired from the Bank in August 2011. He joined NAB in 2004 as Finance Director and held a number of key positions including Chairman of the subsidiaries Great Western Bank (US) and JB Were. Prior to NAB, Mr Ullmer was at Commonwealth Bank of Australia, initially as Group Chief Financial Officer and then Group Executive with responsibility for Institutional and Business Banking. Before that, he was a Partner at accounting firms KPMG (1982 to 1992) and Coopers & Lybrand (1992 to 1997). He is Member of People & Culture Committee and Risk Committee and Sustainability Committee.
|Mr Philip Mathew Coffey||Non-Executive Director||Jan 2017|| |
Mr Coffey served as the Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Westpac Banking Corporation from April 2014 until his retirement in May 2017. As the Deputy CEO, Mr Coffey had the responsibility of overseeing and supporting relationships with stakeholders of Westpac including industry groups, regulators, customers and government. He was also responsible for the Group's Mergers & Acquisitions function. Prior to this role, Mr Coffey held number of executive positions at Westpac including Chief Financial Officer and Group Executive, Westpac Institutional Bank. He has led operations based in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, the United Kingdom and Asia and has experience in financial markets, funds management, balance sheet management and risk management. He began his career at the Reserve Bank of Australia and has also held executive positions at Citibank. He is Member of Risk Committee and People and Culture Committee.
|Mr David Paul Craig||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2016|| |
Mr Craig has a career spanning over 37 years in finance, accounting, audit, risk management, strategy and mergers and acquisitions in the banking, property and professional services industries. He was the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Commonwealth Bank of Australia from 2006 through the GFC, until he retired in June 2017. At Commonwealth Bank, he was responsible for leading the finance, treasury, property, security, audit and investor relations teams. Mr Craig's previous leadership roles have included CFO for Australand Property Group, Global CFO for PwC Consulting and a Partner at PwC (17 years). As well as his role as CFO of Australand Property Group (now Frasers), Mr Craig was responsible for Property for the last 22 years of his executive career, including overseeing three property transformations at CBA. He is Member of People and Culture Committee and Risk Committee.
|Ms Jane Sharman Hemstritch||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2011|| |
Ms Hemstritch has senior executive experience in information technology, communications, change management and accounting. She also has experience across the financial services, telecommunications, government, energy and manufacturing sectors and in business expansion in Asia. During a 25 year career with Accenture and Andersen Consulting, Ms Hemstritch worked with clients across Australia, Asia and the US. Ms Hemstritch was Managing Director Asia Pacific for Accenture from 2004 until her retirement in 2007. She was a member of Accenture's global Executive Leadership Team and oversaw the management of Accenture's business in the Asia Pacific region. She is Member of People and Culture Committee and Risk Committee.
|Mr Anthony (Tony) Peter Lombardo||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Jun 2021|| |
Mr Lombardo has more than 25 years' experience working across real estate development, investment management, finance, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and strategy in Australia and internationally. Tony joined Lendlease in 2007 as Group Head of Strategy and M&A where he led a number of initiatives including refocusing the Group's overall business strategy. In 2011, he was appointed Group Chief Financial Officer and involved in enhancing the flexibility of the Group's capital structure via a stapled structure as well as broadening its funding and banking relationships. In 2016, Tony was appointed Chief Executive Officer Asia based in Singapore. Prior to joining Lendlease, Tony spent almost 10 years at GE with responsibilities across a number of functional disciplines including strategy, M&A and finance for both GE Capital and GE Corporate. Tony commenced his career at KPMG where he worked for more than four years.
|Ms Nicola Wakefield Evans||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2013|| |
Ms Evans has experience as executive director with commercial, business management, strategy and legal experience over a 30 year international career. Ms Wakefield Evans held several key management positions at King & Wood Mallesons (KWM), including Managing Partner International in Hong Kong where she was responsible for governance and strategic positioning of the business in the Asia region. Ms Wakefield Evans has experience in the financial services, resources and energy and infrastructure sectors. She has international experience having worked in Australia, New York and Hong Kong. She is a member of Chief Executive Women. She is Chairman of Sustainability Committee and Member of Risk Committee.
|Mr Robert (Bob) Welanetz||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020|| |
Mr Welanetz has experience of over 40 years as executive, advisory, strategic and operational experience in the property and construction sectors. In his most recent role, Mr Welanetz served as Chief Executive Officer in the property division of Majid Al Futtaim (MAF) where he managed MAF's property portfolio and development pipeline. Mr Welanetz retired from that position in 2018. Prior to joining MAF, Mr Welanetz spent over seven years in a global role in Blackstone's Real Estate Group advising and identifying acquisition opportunities in retail real estate and providing strategic guidance for Blackstone's portfolio of retail assets and retail operating companies. Mr Welanetz also served as Chief Executive Officer of Shanghai Kinghill Ltd, based in China, with responsibility for the operations and delivery of retail and development projects in mainland China. Prior to this, Mr Welanetz was President and Chief Executive Officer, Retail at Jones Lang LaSalle Inc Americas. He is Member of Risk Committee, People & Culture Committee and Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Wendy Won-Yi Lee||Company Secretary|| |
|Ms Karen Pedersen||Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel|| |
|Wendy Won-Yi Lee||Company Secretary|| |
|Karen Pedersen||Company SecretaryGeneral Counsel|| |
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||225,463,978||32.74%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||109,668,562||15.93%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||63,644,331||9.24%|
|National Nominees Limited||33,782,908||4.91%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending Drp A/C)||15,288,088||2.22%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Drp)||14,692,697||2.13%|
|Ll Employee Holdings Custodian Pty Limited (Castle Account A/C)||14,075,522||2.04%|
|Ll Employee Holdings Custodian Pty Limited (Esap Sti A/C)||5,971,381||0.87%|
|Argo Investments Limited||4,980,092||0.72%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd (Drp A/C)||4,550,035||0.66%|
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C)||3,910,944||0.57%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited (Wrap Services A/C)||3,632,648||0.53%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd (Drp A/C)||3,189,236||0.46%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited Gsco Eca||2,838,789||0.41%|
|Custodial Services Limited (Beneficiaries Holding A/C)||2,625,928||0.38%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv A/C)||1,996,186||0.29%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Acf Clearstream||1,827,040||0.27%|
|Avanteos Investments Limited (Encircle Ima A/C)||1,366,981||0.20%|
|Sandhurst Trustees Ltd (Harper Bernays Ltd A/C)||1,186,020||0.17%|
|Ll Employee Holdings Custodian Pty Limited (Esap Account)||981,946||0.14%|