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Market Cap $4.10 billion
P/E Ratio 13.19
Dividend Yield 5.91%
Shares Outstanding 1.09 billion
Earnings per share 0.282
Dividend per share 0.22
Year To Date Return 6.59%
Earnings Yield 7.58%
Franking 100%
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  • Metcash Ltd (ASX: MTS)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, Metcash historically pays two fully franked dividends a year.

    Metcash generally pays its shareholder dividends in January and August.

    Metcash Ltd listed on the ASX on 8 April 2005.

    Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
    14 Dec 2023 $0.1100 100.00% Interim 30 Jan 2024
    18 Jul 2023 $0.1100 100.00% Final 21 Aug 2023
    20 Dec 2022 $0.1150 100.00% Interim 30 Jan 2023
    12 Jul 2022 $0.1100 100.00% Final 10 Aug 2022
    21 Dec 2021 $0.1050 100.00% Interim 28 Jan 2022
    01 Jul 2021 $0.0950 100.00% Final 11 Aug 2021
    22 Dec 2020 $0.0800 100.00% Interim 29 Jan 2021
    07 Jul 2020 $0.0650 100.00% Final 05 Aug 2020
    17 Dec 2019 $0.0600 100.00% Interim 23 Jan 2020
    09 Jul 2019 $0.0700 100.00% Final 07 Aug 2019
    13 Dec 2018 $0.0650 100.00% Interim 18 Jan 2019
    10 Jul 2018 $0.0700 100.00% Final 08 Aug 2018
    14 Dec 2017 $0.0600 100.00% Interim 19 Jan 2018
    06 Jul 2017 $0.0450 100.00% Final 27 Jul 2017
    27 Jun 2014 $0.0900 100.00% Final 25 Jul 2014
    27 Dec 2013 $0.0950 100.00% Interim 24 Jan 2014
    03 Jul 2012 $0.1650 100.00% Final 16 Jul 2012
    09 Dec 2011 $0.1150 100.00% Interim 06 Jan 2012
    09 Dec 2010 $0.1100 100.00% Interim 07 Jan 2011
    04 Dec 2006 $0.0700 100.00% Interim 03 Jan 2007
    26 Jun 2006 $0.0600 100.00% Final 12 Jul 2006
    03 Nov 2005 $0.0550 100.00% Interim 02 Dec 2005

    MTS ASX Announcements

    An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.

    DateAnnouncementPrice Sensitive?TimeNo. of PagesFile Size
    YesNo

    About Metcash Ltd

    Metcash Ltd (ASX: MTS) is a wholesale distribution and marketing company specialising in food, liquor, and hardware. The company supplies and supports independent retailers in Australia.

    Its supermarket segment supplies more than 1600 stores, including the IGA and Foodland brands. Its liquor operations supply more than 90 per cent of independently owned bottle shops including the Bottle-O and Cellarbrations brands, as well as pubs. 

    Metcash's hardware division is the second-largest supplier in Australia, servicing more than 700 Mitre 10, Home Timber & Hardware, and Total Tools stores across metropolitan and regional Australia. 

     

    MTS Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    17 Jun 2024 $3.72 $0.00 0.00% 3,052,779 $3.73 $3.75 $3.70
    14 Jun 2024 $3.72 $-0.06 -1.59% 3,280,652 $3.78 $3.79 $3.70
    13 Jun 2024 $3.78 $0.00 0.00% 6,396,547 $3.78 $3.80 $3.76
    12 Jun 2024 $3.78 $0.00 0.00% 4,272,286 $3.80 $3.81 $3.76
    11 Jun 2024 $3.78 $-0.05 -1.31% 3,338,773 $3.82 $3.83 $3.76
    07 Jun 2024 $3.83 $-0.01 -0.26% 1,953,169 $3.87 $3.87 $3.83
    06 Jun 2024 $3.84 $0.06 1.59% 1,402,137 $3.80 $3.84 $3.80
    05 Jun 2024 $3.78 $0.02 0.53% 2,388,944 $3.79 $3.80 $3.77
    04 Jun 2024 $3.76 $-0.01 -0.27% 1,759,120 $3.76 $3.79 $3.76
    03 Jun 2024 $3.77 $0.08 2.17% 2,630,310 $3.73 $3.78 $3.71
    31 May 2024 $3.69 $0.00 0.00% 8,457,868 $3.72 $3.75 $3.69
    30 May 2024 $3.69 $-0.04 -1.07% 7,109,967 $3.72 $3.73 $3.68
    29 May 2024 $3.73 $-0.05 -1.32% 4,412,052 $3.75 $3.78 $3.72
    28 May 2024 $3.78 $-0.04 -1.05% 2,315,081 $3.83 $3.85 $3.78
    27 May 2024 $3.82 $0.10 2.69% 3,942,451 $3.75 $3.83 $3.75
    24 May 2024 $3.72 $-0.06 -1.59% 3,482,936 $3.73 $3.77 $3.68
    23 May 2024 $3.78 $0.02 0.53% 4,363,360 $3.74 $3.78 $3.70
    22 May 2024 $3.76 $-0.10 -2.59% 5,595,286 $3.88 $3.89 $3.74
    21 May 2024 $3.86 $-0.01 -0.26% 3,414,886 $3.87 $3.90 $3.86

    Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
    30 Apr 2024 Douglas (Doug) Jones Exercise 193,455 $762,212
    Conversion of securities. 1,141,230 Performance Rights
    30 Apr 2024 Douglas (Doug) Jones Issued 193,455 $762,212
    Conversion of securities.
    08 Mar 2024 Margaret Haseltine Issued 4,478 $15,000
    Participation in share purchase plan.
    08 Mar 2024 Murray Jordan Issued 8,956 $30,000
    Participation in share purchase plan.
    08 Mar 2024 Douglas (Doug) Jones Transfer 190,000 $718,200
    Off-market transfer.
    08 Mar 2024 Douglas (Doug) Jones Transfer 190,000 $718,200
    Off-market transfer. Assuming off market transfer of shares
    08 Mar 2024 Douglas (Doug) Jones Issued 8,956 $30,000
    Participation in share purchase plan.
    08 Mar 2024 Peter Birtles Issued 8,956 $30,000
    Participation in share purchase plan. 48,956 shares are held directly,72,998 shares are held indirectly
    08 Mar 2024 Christine Holman Issued 8,956 $30,000
    Participation in share purchase plan.
    08 Mar 2024 Helen Nash Issued 8,956 $30,000
    Participation in share purchase plan.
    08 Mar 2024 Mark Johnson Issued 8,335 $27,922
    Participation in share purchase plan.
    15 Feb 2024 Mark Johnson Buy 11,000 $39,579
    On-market trade.
    30 Jan 2024 Margaret Haseltine Issued 1,852 $6,556
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
    18 Sep 2023 Douglas (Doug) Jones Issued 399,746 $1,475,062
    Issue of securities. 1,334,685 Performance Rights
    21 Aug 2023 Margaret Haseltine Issued 1,767 $6,361
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
    01 Aug 2023 Mark Johnson Buy 20,000 $72,570
    On-market trade.
    14 Jul 2023 Douglas (Doug) Jones Issued 193,455 $719,652
    Issue of securities. 934,939 Performance Rights

    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Mr Peter Alan Birtles Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Aug 2019
    Mr Birtles has over 30 years of experience in retail and consumer goods industries, including 18 years with Super Retail Group where he was Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer from 2006 to early 2019, and therefore brings a FMCG lens to his role. Peter's executive career also includes experience in accounting and finance having previously held the position of Chief Financial Officer of Super Retail Group, as well as other senior financial roles during his 12 years with The Boots Company in the UK and Australia. Peter is Chair and non-executive director of Universal Store Holdings (since October 2020), GWA Group (since 2010), and a director of APG and Co Pty and Apparel Group Pty (both since July 2019), as well as Good360 Australia (since August 2019). He is Member of the Safety and Sustainability Committee and the Technology Advisory Working Group.
    Ms Christine Francis Holman Non-Executive Director Sep 2020
    Ms Holman is a non-executive director of Collins Foods (since December 2019) and CSR (since October 2016). She is also a director of The McGrath Foundation (since July 2020), T20 Cricket World Cup (since January 2018), National Intermodal Corporation (since August 2018), The State Library of New South Wales Foundation (since February 2017) and The Bradman Foundation (since December 2016). Christine is a former nonexecutive director of Blackmores (2019 to 2021) and Wisetech Global (2018 to 2019). From her previous executive capacity, as both CFO and Commercial Director of Telstra Broadcast Services, Christine brings an understanding of legacy and emerging technologies and digital transformations. During her time in private investment management, Christine assisted management and the Board of investee companies on strategy development, mergers and acquisitions, leading due diligence teams, managing commercial negotiations and developing growth opportunities. She is also Chair of the Safety and Sustainability Committee
    and member of the Risk and Compliance Committee.
    Ms Helen Elizabeth Craig Nash Non-Executive Director Oct 2015
    Ms Nash has more than 20 years executive experience across three diverse industries: consumer packaged goods, media, and quick service restaurants. Helen brings rounded commercial and consumer focused experience to her role. 18 years in brands and marketing allow her to bring consumer lens to the Board. She gained strategic, operational, and general management experience in her role of Chief Operating Officer at McDonalds Australia, overseeing business and corporate strategy, store operations including all company and franchised stores, marketing, menus, research and development and information technology. She is Chair of the Risk and
    Compliance Committee and member of the People, Culture Committee.
    Mr Mark Graham Johnson Non-Executive Director Aug 2022
    Mr Johnson is a company director, currently holding directorships in Boral and Goodman Group, and formerly in Coca Cola Amatil, Westfield Group, G8 Education and HSBC Australia. He is also a director of a number of private organizations including The Smith Family and is a Councilor of UNSW Sydney. His executive career includes more than 20 years as a senior partner of PwC (formerly PricewaterhouseCoopers), during which he held the position of CEO Australia between 2008 and 2012. He was also Deputy Chairman of PwC Asia and a member of PwC's Global Strategy Council. He also led the Consumer and Industrial Products group at PwC. He is Member of the Risk and Compliance Committee, and Chair of the Technology Advisory Working Group.
    Ms Margaret Anne Haseltine Non-Executive Director May 2021
    Ms Haseltine has more than 30 years of experience across supply chains and logistics, customer interface in the FMCG sector, change management and governance. Her executive career includes 20 years at Mars Inc. including five years as Chief Executive Officer of Food in Australia. Margie is a non-executive director of Tyesoon (since February 2022), Bapcor (since 2016, and Chair since February 2021) and Real Pet Food Company Pty (since March 2022). Margie was formerly a non-executive director of Southern Hospitality Development Corp (2015 to 2019), Bagtrans (2016 to 2021) and Newcastle Permanent Building Society (2018 to 2022). She is Chair of the People, Culture and member of the Technology Advisory Working Group.
    Mr Murray Jordan Non-Executive Director Feb 2016
    Mr Jordan has experience in the independent retail sector, bringing insight and perspective to the Board regarding the challenges faced by independent retailers and the role they play in the community. Murray was previously Managing Director of New Zealand business Foodstuffs North Island, a co-operative wholesale company, supplying independently owned and operated businesses in the supermarkets, food service and liquor sectors. He has also held management positions in property development and investment. Murray is a non-executive director of Metlifecare Pty, Asia Pacific Village Holdings Pty and Asia Pacific Village Group Pty (each since November 2020), Stevenson Group (since July 2016) and Chorus (since September 2015), each a New Zealand company. He is member of the People, Culture and Safety and Sustainability Committee.
    Mr Douglas (Doug) Jones Executive DirectorChief Executive Officer Mar 2022
    Mr Jones is an executive with global wholesale, retail, and eCommerce experience. Before joining Metcash as CEO in 2022, Doug was CEO and Senior Vice President of Massmart Wholesale, which is majority-owned by Walmart Inc. and listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Doug has previously held senior finance positions in Makro SA, Amalgamated Beverages Industries and The South African Breweries, all in Johannesburg, Coca-Cola Enterprises in Canada, and Deloitte in both Canada and South Africa.
    Ms Julie Hutton Company SecretaryGeneral Manager of Legal Jun 2016
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    Julie Hutton Chief Legal Risk and Compliance Officer and Company Secretary
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    Simon Burton Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer Metcash Group
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    Marij Kouwenhoven Chief Technology Officer
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    Julie Hutton Company SecretaryGeneral Manager of Legal
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    Alistair Bell Group CEO
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    Danielle Jenkinson Group Chief People and Culture Officer
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    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Shares Capital
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 290,139,826 30.05%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 170,471,324 17.66%
    J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 157,425,888 16.30%
    National Nominees Limited 46,798,787 4.85%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First State Inv A/C> 38,546,001 3.99%
    Bnp Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <Drp> 33,868,799 3.51%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C> 6,770,805 0.70%
    BKI Investment Company Limited 3,621,084 0.38%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C> 3,616,341 0.37%
    Buttonwood Nominees Pty Ltd 3,174,055 0.33%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited i 2,859,552 0.30%
    Bnp Paribas Noms (Nz) Ltd <Drp> 2,672,838 0.28%
    Certane Ct Pty Ltd <Metcash Employee Share Plan> 2,628,611 0.27%
    Navigator Australia Ltd <Sma Antares Inv Dv Build A/C> 2,446,028 0.25%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2 2,215,760 0.23%
    BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd <Drp A/C> 2,154,057 0.22%
    UBS Nominees Pty Ltd 2,026,721 0.21%
    Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited 1,967,226 0.21%
    Powerwrap Limited <Escala Sma Trading A/C> 1,586,073 0.16%
    Netwealth Investments Limited <Wrap Services A/C> 1,290,924 0.13%

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