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Market Cap $7.93 billion
P/E Ratio 7.64
Dividend Yield 4.93%
Shares Outstanding 3.94 billion
Earnings per share 0.271
Dividend per share 0.10
Year To Date Return -27.11%
Earnings Yield 13.09%
Franking N/A
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Mirvac Group (ASX: MGR)
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Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
29 Jun 2022 $0.0510 0.00% Final 31 Aug 2022
30 Dec 2021 $0.0510 0.00% Interim 28 Feb 2022
29 Jun 2021 $0.0510 0.00% Final 31 Aug 2021
30 Dec 2020 $0.0480 0.00% Interim 01 Mar 2021
29 Jun 2020 $0.0300 0.00% Final 14 Sep 2020
30 Dec 2019 $0.0610 0.00% Interim 28 Feb 2020
27 Jun 2019 $0.0630 0.00% Final 30 Aug 2019
28 Dec 2018 $0.0530 0.00% Interim 28 Feb 2019
28 Jun 2018 $0.0600 0.00% Final 31 Aug 2018
28 Dec 2017 $0.0500 0.00% Interim 28 Feb 2018
29 Jun 2017 $0.0550 0.00% Final 31 Aug 2017
29 Dec 2016 $0.0490 0.00% Interim 28 Feb 2017
29 Jun 2016 $0.0520 0.00% Final 30 Aug 2016
29 Dec 2015 $0.0470 0.00% Interim 29 Feb 2016
26 Jun 2015 $0.0490 0.00% 26 Aug 2015
29 Dec 2014 $0.0450 0.00% 26 Feb 2015
26 Jun 2014 $0.0460 0.00% 28 Aug 2014
24 Jun 2011 $0.0220 0.00% Final 29 Jul 2011
25 Mar 2011 $0.0200 0.00% Interim 29 Apr 2011
23 Dec 2010 $0.0200 0.00% Interim 28 Jan 2011
23 Dec 2008 $0.0280 0.00% Interim 30 Jan 2009

MGR ASX Announcements

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About Mirvac Group

Mirvac Group (ASX: MGR) is an Australian property group involved in the development and construction industry. It has a stapled security structure, comprising Mirvac Property Trust (MPT) and Mirvac Limited.

Founded in 1972, the company has grown from a small joint venture to become a trusted blue chip ASX-listed property group. One of the only integrated property companies in Australia, Mirvac not only develops assets, it constructs, operates and owns them, presenting a unique end-to-end capability.

Mirvac has four main business units encompassing residential, retail, office and industrial. The company has grown to be one of Australia’s largest property owners with a development and management portfolio of office and industrial real estate. And with a clearly defined purpose to ‘reimagine urban life’, the property group makes a positive contribution to cities and communities through the creation of beautiful homes, inspiring workplace precincts and thriving shopping centres.

MGR Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
05 Jul 2022 $2.01 $-0.06 -2.90% 11,771,999 $2.07 $2.09 $2.00
04 Jul 2022 $2.07 $0.03 1.47% 6,783,953 $2.08 $2.12 $2.07
01 Jul 2022 $2.04 $0.07 3.54% 9,701,413 $2.01 $2.05 $2.01
30 Jun 2022 $1.98 $-0.04 -1.98% 21,434,372 $2.03 $2.04 $1.98
29 Jun 2022 $2.02 $-0.10 -4.72% 16,320,685 $2.09 $2.09 $2.02
28 Jun 2022 $2.12 $-0.01 -0.47% 8,679,946 $2.13 $2.15 $2.10
27 Jun 2022 $2.13 $0.00 0.00% 7,004,756 $2.15 $2.16 $2.12
24 Jun 2022 $2.13 $0.04 1.91% 8,026,515 $2.10 $2.14 $2.09
23 Jun 2022 $2.09 $0.03 1.46% 8,410,161 $2.10 $2.11 $2.08
22 Jun 2022 $2.06 $0.02 0.98% 11,484,509 $2.05 $2.09 $2.05
21 Jun 2022 $2.04 $-0.06 -2.86% 14,205,944 $2.11 $2.12 $2.04
20 Jun 2022 $2.10 $0.03 1.45% 11,151,464 $2.08 $2.12 $2.06
17 Jun 2022 $2.07 $0.04 1.97% 31,592,346 $2.03 $2.10 $2.00
16 Jun 2022 $2.03 $0.03 1.50% 20,509,952 $2.02 $2.07 $2.01
15 Jun 2022 $2.00 $-0.05 -2.44% 18,114,423 $2.05 $2.07 $2.00
14 Jun 2022 $2.05 $-0.01 -0.49% 24,443,050 $2.02 $2.06 $2.00
10 Jun 2022 $2.06 $-0.03 -1.44% 13,169,207 $2.08 $2.09 $2.04
09 Jun 2022 $2.09 $-0.04 -1.88% 18,267,026 $2.13 $2.14 $2.08
08 Jun 2022 $2.13 $0.01 0.47% 8,716,144 $2.13 $2.17 $2.12
07 Jun 2022 $2.12 $-0.07 -3.20% 9,907,623 $2.19 $2.20 $2.12

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
15 Feb 2022 Christine Bartlett Buy 15 $37,425
On-market trade.
15 Feb 2022 Jane Hewitt Buy 20 $49,800
On-market trade.
30 Nov 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Issued 857 $2,451,660
As advised by the company. 2,826,328 - Performance Rights
22 Nov 2021 Peter Nash Exercise 17 $50,747
As advised by the company.
22 Nov 2021 Peter Nash Buy 17 $50,747
Conversion of securities.
22 Nov 2021 Alan Sindel Buy 20 $58,249
Conversion of securities.
22 Nov 2021 Alan Sindel Exercise 20 $58,249
Conversion of securities.
17 Sep 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Transfer 943 $2,952,766
Off-market transfer.
17 Sep 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Transfer 943 $2,952,766
Off-market transfer.
31 Aug 2021 Peter Nash Issued 17 $50,747
Issue of securities. 17,597 - Rights
Volume Weighted Average Price
31 Aug 2021 Alan Sindel Issued 20 $58,249
Employee Share Ownership Plan/Directors Salary Sacrifice. 20,198 - Rights
Volume Weighted Average Price
31 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Exercise 62 $193,433
Conversion of securities. 1,787,959 - Performance Rights
31 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Issued 62 $193,433
Conversion of securities.
31 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Issued 181 $565,172
Issue of securities. 1,969,104 - Performance Rights
24 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Sell 303 $941,665
On-market trade. Average Price
18 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Sell 595 $1,814,750
On-market trade. Average Price
18 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Issued 880 $2,634,124
Conversion of securities. closing price
18 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Expiry 278 $858,750
As advised by the company. 1,850,357 - Performance Rights
Lapsing of 278,815 Performance Rights
18 Aug 2021 Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Exercise 880 $2,634,124
Conversion of securities. 2,129,172 - Performance Rights
closing price

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Dr John Francis Mulcahy Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Nov 2009
Mr Mulcahy has more than 30 years of leadership experience in financial services and property investment. John is the former Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Suncorp-Metway Limited. Prior to joining Suncorp- Metway, John held a number of senior executive roles at Commonwealth Bank, including Group Executive, Investment and Insurance Services. He also held a number of senior roles during his 14 years at Lend Lease Corporation, including Chief Executive Officer, Lend Lease Property Investment and Chief Executive Officer, Civil and Civic. John is currently a Director of ALS Limited (formerly Campbell Brothers Limited) (appointed February 2012), Deputy Chair of GWA Group Limited (appointed November 2010), Chair of ORIX Australia Corporation Ltd and a Director of Zurich Australian Director of Zurich Australian Insurance Limited and The Shore Foundation Limited. John is a former Director and Chair of Coffey International Limited and former Guardian of the Future Fund Board of Guardians. He is a member of the Risk and Compliance Committee, Human Resources Committee.
Ms Samantha (Sam) Joy Mostyn Non-Executive Director Mar 2015
Ms Mostyn is a corporate advisor and is also a Director of Transurban Holdings Limited (appointed December 2010), the Chair of an Australian APRA regulated Citibank subsidiary Board, Chair of Carriageworks and a Director of the GO Foundation. Samantha has experience in the Australian corporate sector both in executive and non-executive capacities, in particular in the areas of human resources, corporate and government affairs, sustainability management and diversity. Samantha has held senior executive positions including Group Executive Culture and Reputation, IAG and Global Head HR and Culture, Cable & Wireless in London. She serves on the Australian faculty of the Cambridge University Business & Sustainability Leadership Program. Samantha was previously a Director of Virgin Australia Holdings Limited (September 2012 to May 2019), a Director 2012 to May 2019), a Director of the Sydney Theatre Company, a Commissioner with the Australian Football League and the Deputy Chair of the Diversity Council of Australia. She has also served on the boards of the National Sustainability Council and the National Mental Health Commission. She is member of the Human Resources Committee.
Mr James Morrison Millar Non-Executive Director Nov 2009
Mr Millar is the former Chief Executive Officer of Ernst & Young (EY) in the Oceania Region, and was a Director on their global board. James commenced his career in the Insolvency & Reconstruction practice at EY, being involved in a number of sizeable corporate workouts. He has qualifications in both business and accounting. James is a Director of Macquarie Media Limited (appointed April 2015), Chair of the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (appointed December 2014) and Chair of Forestry Corporation NSW (appointed March 2013). James serves a number of charities and is Chair of the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation (appointed April 2009) and a Director of Vincent Fairfax Ethics in Leadership Foundation (appointed September 2016). James is a former Chair of The Smith Family, and a former Director of Fairfax former Director of Fairfax Media Limited (July 2012 to December 2018) and Slater & Gordon Ltd (December 2015 to December 2017). He is Chair of the ARisk and Compliance Committee.
Mr Alan Robert(Rob) Harold Sindel Non-Executive Director Sep 2020
Mr Sindel has over 30 years of experience obtained from CEO and executive management positions in the construction material and building products industries. He has understanding of manufacturing, sales and marketing particularly in B2B environments, strategic thinking and knowledge on navigating through market cycles. In September 2019, Rob stepped down as CEO of CSR Ltd after eight years in the role.
Ms Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Nov 2012
Ms Lloyd-Hurwitz was Managing Director at LaSalle Investment Management. Susan has also held senior executive positions at MGPA, Macquarie Group and Lend Lease Corporation, working in Australia, the US and Europe. Susan has been involved in the real estate industry for over 30 years, with experience in investment management in both the direct and indirect markets, development, mergers and acquisitions, disposals, research and business strategy. Susan is the Immediate Past President of the Property Council of Australia, Deputy Chair of the Green Building Council of Australia, a member of the NSW Public Service Commission Advisory Board, President of INSEAD Australasian Council and a member of the INSEAD a member of the INSEAD Global Board.
Ms Christine Nildra Bartlett Non-Executive Director Dec 2014
Ms Bartlett is currently a Director of GBST Holdings Ltd (appointed June 2015 and appointed Deputy Chair in January 2019), Sigma Healthcare Limited (appointed March 2016), TAL Life Limited and Chair of The Smith Family. She is also an external Director of the Board of Clayton Utz and a Director of iCare. Previously, she has been a Director of PropertyLook and National Nominees Limited and Deputy Chair of the Australian Custodial Services Association. Christine is an experienced Chief Executive Officer and senior executive, with line management experience gained through roles with IBM, Jones Lang LaSalle and National Australia Bank Limited. Her executive career has included Australian, regional and global responsibilities and global responsibilities based in Australia, the USA and Japan. Christine brings a commercial perspective especially in the areas of financial discipline, identifying risk, complex project management, execution of strategy, fostering innovation and taking advantage of new emerging technologies. She is a member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee.
Mr Peter Stanley Nash Non-Executive Director Nov 2018
Mr Nash is currently the Chair of Johns Lyng Group Limited (appointed October 2017) and a Director of Westpac Banking Corporation (appointed March 2018) and ASX Limited (appointed June 2019). Peter was a Senior Partner with KPMG until September 2017, having been admitted to the partnership of KPMG Australia in 1993. He served as the National Chair of KPMG Australia from 2011 until August 2017, where he was responsible for the overall governance and strategic positioning of KPMG in Australia. In this role, Peter also served as a member of KPMG's Global and Regional Boards. Peter's previous positions with KPMG included Regional Head of Audit for Asia Pacific, National Managing Partner for Audit in Australia and Head of KPMG Financial Services. Peter has also provided financial and commercial advice to many government businesses at both a Federal and state level. Peter is a former member of the Business Council of Australia and its Economic and Regulatory Committee. Peter is a board member of the Koorie Heritage Trust and Reconciliation Australia Limited.
Ms Jane Hewitt Non-Executive Director Dec 2018
Ms Hewitt has over 27 years experience in real estate development and asset management. She founded UniLodge in 1996 and pioneered the corporatisation and professional development and management of student accommodation facilities on and off university campuses in Australia and New Zealand. As an entrepreneur and founder, Jane has operational experience and a strong track record in developing successful partnerships in real estate and business ventures. More recently, Jane has worked with Social Ventures Australia and currently serves on a not-for-profit board as Chair of the Beacon Foundation. She is also a founding member of the Sydney Business Alliance to End Homelessness. She is member of the Human Resources Committee.
Mr Damien Frawley Non-Executive Director Dec 2021
Mr Frawley has experience in investment management and asset management in real estate and infrastructure in Australia and offshore as well as public markets. He is currently the CEO of Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC), leading the Queensland Government-owned global institutional investment manager for the past nine years. He has over 35 years of experience in the financial services sector, with a strong focus on developing and executing strategy. Prior to his QIC role, he was the country head of BlackRock Australia. His career has also included roles at Merrill Lynch Investment Management, Barclays Global Investors and Citibank. He is also a member of Risk & Compliance Committee and the Human Resources Committee.
Ms Michelle Favelle Company Secretary Dec 2019
Michelle Favelle Company Secretary

Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 1,804,679,476 45.83%
J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 865,206,721 21.97%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 400,130,168 10.16%
National Nominees Limited 201,185,787 5.11%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending Drp A/C) 162,776,528 4.13%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Drp) 74,026,808 1.88%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv A/C) 43,173,974 1.10%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd (Drp A/C) 31,906,457 0.81%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C) 22,366,562 0.57%
BNP Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd (Drp) 15,502,562 0.39%
Buttonwood Nominees Pty Ltd 10,411,173 0.26%
Solium Nominees (Australia) Pty Ltd (Vsa A/C) 9,507,078 0.24%
BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Acf Clearstream 8,380,398 0.21%
AMP Life Limited 6,170,843 0.16%
Argo Investments Limited 6,000,551 0.15%
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2 5,907,975 0.15%
One Managed Investment Funds Ltd (Charter Hall Maxim Property Sec A/C) 5,700,000 0.14%
Sobeda Pty Ltd (Iweus Balance A/C) 5,020,678 0.13%
Neweconomy Com Au Nominees Pty Limited (900 Account) 4,803,694 0.12%
Djerriwarrh Investments Limited 3,862,500 0.10%