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Market Cap $106.36 billion
P/E Ratio 15.53
Dividend Yield 4.91%
Shares Outstanding 3.09 billion
Earnings per share 2.204
Dividend per share 1.68
Year To Date Return 14.23%
Earnings Yield 6.44%
Franking 100%
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  • National Australia Bank Ltd (ASX: NAB)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    National Australia Bank first started paying dividends in 2005 with an 80% franked payment in July of that year and continued with twice-yearly dividend payments until December 2006. It resumed its distributions again in 2009, and the bank has paid twice yearly fully franked dividends − traditionally in July and December − every year since 2012.

    Shareholders will automatically receive their dividends in cash unless they have given notice that they wish to participate in the bank’s dividend reinvestment plan (DRP).

    National Australia Bank listed on the ASX in January 1962.

    Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
    07 May 2024 $0.8400 100.00% Interim 03 Jul 2024
    14 Nov 2023 $0.8400 100.00% Final 15 Dec 2023
    10 May 2023 $0.8300 100.00% Interim 05 Jul 2023
    15 Nov 2022 $0.7800 100.00% Final 14 Dec 2022
    11 May 2022 $0.7300 100.00% Interim 05 Jul 2022
    15 Nov 2021 $0.6700 100.00% Final 15 Dec 2021
    13 May 2021 $0.6000 100.00% Interim 02 Jul 2021
    12 Nov 2020 $0.3000 100.00% Final 10 Dec 2020
    01 May 2020 $0.3000 100.00% Interim 03 Jul 2020
    14 Nov 2019 $0.8300 100.00% Final 12 Dec 2019
    14 May 2019 $0.8300 100.00% Interim 03 Jul 2019
    08 Nov 2018 $0.9900 100.00% Final 14 Dec 2018
    15 May 2018 $0.9900 100.00% Interim 05 Jul 2018
    09 Nov 2017 $0.9900 100.00% Final 13 Dec 2017
    16 May 2017 $0.9900 100.00% Interim 05 Jul 2017
    04 Nov 2016 $0.9900 100.00% Final 13 Dec 2016
    17 May 2016 $0.9900 100.00% Interim 05 Jul 2016
    05 Nov 2015 $0.9900 100.00% Final 15 Dec 2015
    15 May 2015 $0.9900 100.00% Interim 03 Jul 2015
    07 Nov 2014 $0.9900 100.00% Final 16 Dec 2014
    14 May 2014 $0.9900 100.00% Interim 08 Jul 2014
    07 Nov 2013 $0.9700 100.00% Final 18 Dec 2013
    30 May 2013 $0.9300 100.00% Interim 16 Jul 2013
    09 Nov 2012 $0.9000 100.00% Final 18 Dec 2012
    31 May 2012 $0.9000 100.00% Interim 16 Jul 2012
    10 Nov 2011 $0.8800 100.00% Final 19 Dec 2011
    12 Nov 2010 $0.7800 100.00% Final 17 Dec 2010
    13 Nov 2009 $0.7300 100.00% Final 17 Dec 2009
    04 Jun 2009 $0.7300 100.00% Interim 09 Jul 2009
    07 Nov 2008 $0.9700 100.00% Final 17 Dec 2008
    30 May 2008 $0.9700 100.00% Interim 10 Jul 2008
    16 Nov 2007 $0.9500 100.00% Final 18 Dec 2007
    01 Jun 2007 $0.8439 0.00% Interim 12 Jul 2007
    10 Nov 2006 $0.8140 92.87% Final 12 Dec 2006
    02 Jun 2006 $0.7802 85.11% Interim 13 Jul 2006
    21 Nov 2005 $0.7802 85.11% Final 19 Dec 2005
    07 Jun 2004 $0.8300 100.00% Interim 14 Jul 2004
    17 Nov 2003 $0.8300 100.00% Final 10 Dec 2003

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

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    About National Australia Bank Ltd

    National Australia Bank Ltd (ASX: NAB) is a multinational financial services group that provides a comprehensive and integrated range of banking and financial services, including wealth management.

    Founded in 1982, NAB is among the largest listed companies on the ASX, and is one of the 'big four' Australian banks in terms of market capitalisation, earnings and customers. The majority of NAB’s financial service businesses operate in Australia and New Zealand, with other businesses located in Asia, the United Kingdom and the United States.

    NAB Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    27 May 2024 $34.23 $0.27 0.80% 2,126,570 $34.14 $34.38 $34.09
    24 May 2024 $33.96 $-0.44 -1.28% 3,215,630 $34.00 $34.03 $33.73
    23 May 2024 $34.40 $-0.39 -1.12% 3,351,263 $34.48 $34.48 $34.10
    22 May 2024 $34.79 $0.08 0.23% 3,520,860 $34.75 $34.83 $34.56
    21 May 2024 $34.71 $-0.02 -0.06% 3,571,338 $34.71 $34.72 $34.45
    20 May 2024 $34.73 $0.20 0.58% 2,882,863 $34.56 $34.73 $34.47
    17 May 2024 $34.53 $-0.03 -0.09% 6,616,199 $34.39 $34.63 $34.21
    16 May 2024 $34.56 $0.81 2.40% 6,582,001 $34.10 $34.60 $33.95
    15 May 2024 $33.75 $-0.24 -0.71% 3,524,921 $34.10 $34.13 $33.72
    14 May 2024 $33.99 $-0.05 -0.15% 3,507,424 $34.00 $34.10 $33.82
    13 May 2024 $34.04 $0.23 0.68% 2,458,302 $33.65 $34.05 $33.63
    10 May 2024 $33.81 $0.29 0.87% 3,585,325 $33.69 $34.05 $33.62
    09 May 2024 $33.52 $-0.44 -1.30% 3,836,566 $33.99 $34.00 $33.48
    08 May 2024 $33.96 $-0.18 -0.53% 5,747,178 $34.24 $34.31 $33.62
    07 May 2024 $34.14 $-0.52 -1.50% 10,232,326 $34.12 $34.20 $33.64
    06 May 2024 $34.66 $0.26 0.76% 3,525,805 $34.80 $34.80 $34.53
    03 May 2024 $34.40 $0.12 0.35% 5,301,908 $34.40 $34.52 $34.11
    02 May 2024 $34.28 $0.49 1.45% 5,712,929 $33.83 $34.74 $33.83
    01 May 2024 $33.79 $-0.01 -0.03% 3,146,879 $33.41 $33.97 $33.41
    30 Apr 2024 $33.80 $0.18 0.54% 2,943,452 $33.57 $33.82 $33.45

    Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
    22 May 2024 Sarah (Carolyn) Kay Buy 1,500 $52,125
    On-market trade.
    08 May 2024 Christine Fellowes Buy 1,457 $49,931
    On-market trade.
    07 May 2024 Alison Kitchen Buy 4,380 $148,920
    On-market trade.
    22 Feb 2024 Ross McEwan Issued 137,446 $3,974,938
    Issue of securities. VWAP, 6,10,906 rights
    15 Dec 2023 David Armstrong Issued 432 $12,234
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
    15 Nov 2023 Ross McEwan Buy 25,618 $744,459
    Conversion of securities.
    15 Nov 2023 Ross McEwan Exercise 25,618 $744,459
    Conversion of securities. 4,73,460 Rights
    10 Nov 2023 Alison Kitchen Buy 1,740 $49,555
    On-market trade.
    13 Sep 2023 Christine Fellowes Buy 3,438 $99,839
    On-market trade.
    05 Jul 2023 David Armstrong Issued 446 $11,734
    Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).

    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Mr Philip Wayne Chronican Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman May 2016
    Mr Chronican has more than 40 years of experience in banking and financial services in Australia and New Zealand. Before his retirement from executive roles, Philip was responsible for leading ANZ's Australian retail and commercial banking business. Prior to that, he had a long career at Westpac, including as the Chief Financial Officer and leading Westpac's institutional banking business. During his career as a banking executive, Philip gained deep experience in strategy, business performance, transformation, operations, risk management, capital management, financial reporting, stakeholder engagement, and people and culture. He also gained broad experience in technology, M&A activity and post-merger integration. Philip has taken an active and public role in advocating for greater transparency and ethics in banking and promoting workforce diversity. Philip has also developed his knowledge and takes a strong interest in climate change and the impact on customers and the economy. Philip's other interests include The Westmead Institute for Medical Research (Chair) and the
    National Foundation for Australia-China Relations Advisory Board (Member). Directorships of other listed entities include Woolworths Group Limited.
    Ms Ann Sherry Non-Executive Director Nov 2017
    Ms Sherry had a 12-year banking career at Westpac in senior business and people and culture leadership roles, including as divisional CEO for Westpac New Zealand and Bank of Melbourne, and Group Executive, People & Culture. In these roles, Ann gained deep experience in strategy, business performance, operations, risk management, customer experience, stakeholder engagement, and people and culture, with a strong focus on diversity and inclusion. She also gained broad experience in technology, capital management and marketing. Ann also served as a director on the ING Group Supervisory Board and as a director of ING DIRECT Australia. Ann has experience in executive roles within the tourism and transport industries in Australia and New Zealand, as well as in government and public service. She served as CEO and Chair of Carnival Australia, the largest cruise ship operator in Australasia and the South Pacific. Earlier in her career, Ann was First Assistant Secretary of the Office of the Status of Women advising the Prime Minister on policies and programmes to improve the status of women. Ann is an active philanthropist and has contributed over many years to charitable and social causes. Ann has a deep interest in ESG matters, with particular interests and experience in diversity and Indigenous matters. Directorships of other listed entities include Enero Group Limited. Former directorships of other listed entities in the past 3 years include Sydney Airport.
    Ms Sarah (Carolyn) Hailes Kay Non-Executive Director Jul 2023
    Ms Kay has 30 years of experience in financial services and governance as an executive and non-executive director. Carolyn has been a director of enterprises across a sectors, which currently includes Scentre Group Ltd, Foreign Investment Review Board and Myer Family Investments, and she recently stepped down as a Guardian of The Future Fund.
    Ms Alison Mary Kitchen Non-Executive Director Sep 2023
    Ms Kitchen has been National Chair of KPMG Australia and a member of KPMGs Global and Regional boards for almost six years and a KPMG employee for over 30 years, providing advice in areas including external audit, transaction support, risk management, internal controls, business processes and regulatory change to a range of industries, including financial services. Ms Kitchen will retire from KPMG in September.
    Ms Kathryn Joy Fagg Non-Executive Director Dec 2019
    Ms Fagg has more than 25 years of senior commercial and operational leadership experience in a range of industries, holding executive roles with Linfox Logistics, Bluescope Steel and ANZ. During her executive career in banking and other industries, Kathryn gained deep experience in strategy, business performance, risk management, customer experience, corporate development, stakeholder engagement, and people and culture, in a variety of jurisdictions across Asia as well as in Australia and New Zealand. Kathryn has had an active non-executive career across industries including science and innovation, manufacturing, industrials, macroeconomics and public policy, and the investment sector. In these roles, Kathryn has developed strong experience across a broad range of ESG matters. During her executive career, Kathryn had first-hand banking experience through operational and strategic leadership roles at ANZ. She also served on the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia. Kathryn's other interests include CSIRO (Chair), Breast Cancer Network Australia (Chair), Watertrust Australia Limited (Chair), The Grattan Institute (Director), The Myer Foundation (Director) and Champions of
    Change Coalition (Director). Directorships of other listed entities include Djerriwarrh Investments Limited, Medibank Private Limited. Former directorships of other listed entities in the past 3 years include Boral Limited.
    Ms Anne Joan Loveridge Non-Executive Director Dec 2015
    Ms Loveridge has more than 30 years of experience in professional services, including as Deputy Chair at PwC. During her career as a senior executive and partner, Anne gained deep experience in business performance, client experience, stakeholder engagement, governance, and people and culture. This included a particular focus on business growth and change management, leadership development and succession, performance and reward frameworks and promoting increased diversity. Anne has a strong understanding of banking and financial services, including in the areas of financial and regulatory reporting, accounting, risk management, change management and governance, gained throughout her career as an audit partner, consultant and non-executive director in this sector. Anne's other interests include Destination NSW (Board Member). Directorships of other listed entities include nib Holdings Limited, Platinum Asset Management Limited.
    Mr Simon Vincent McKeon Non-Executive Director Feb 2020
    Mr McKeon has more than 40 years of experience in a wide range of sectors including financial services, law, government and charities. During his executive career, he held investment banking leadership roles within Macquarie Group, including as Executive Chair of its business in Victoria. In his non-executive career, Simon served as AMP Limited Chair (2014-2016) (and non-executive director 2013-2016). Through these roles in the financial services industry, Simon has gained deep experience in strategy, business performance, risk management, legal and regulatory matters, client experience, stakeholder engagement, and people and culture. Simon has broad experience from a range of governance roles in private, public and social sectors. This includes experience gained as former Chair of MYOB Limited, CSIRO, MS Research Australia and a Federal Government Panel that completed a strategic review of health and medical research in 2013. Simon is an active philanthropist and has contributed over many years to charitable, educational, public health, social housing and other community-based organisations and social causes. Simon has a strong interest in ESG matters, gained through his broad range of roles and experiences. Simon is the Chair of the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative and was the inaugural President of the Australian Takeovers Panel and the Banking and Finance Oath's Review Panel. Simon's other interests include Monash University (Chancellor), Greater Southeast Melbourne (Chair), The Big Issue (Advisory Board Member) and GFG Alliance Australia (Advisory Board Member). Directorships of other listed entities include Rio Tinto Group.
    Mr Douglas Alexander McKay Non-Executive Director Feb 2016
    Mr McKay has more than 30 years of experience in commercial and leadership roles in manufacturing and distribution businesses across Australasia having held CEO and Managing Director positions in major trans-Tasman companies including Lion Nathan, Carter Holt Harvey, Goodman Fielder, Sealord and Independent Liquor. He was the inaugural CEO of the amalgamated Auckland Council. During his executive career, Doug gained deep commercial, business performance, customer, marketing, risk management and stakeholder engagement experience. Doug has private equity experience and a deep understanding of New Zealand and Australian markets. Doug has gained industry experience as Chair of BNZ since 2016 (and non-executive director since 2013). This has supplemented Doug's experience in business performance, capital management, risk management and stakeholder engagement with banking context. Doug is a Director of IAG (NZ) Holdings Limited. Directorships of other listed entities include Fletcher Building Limited, Vector Limited. Former directorships of other listed entities in the past 3 years include Genesis Energy Limited.
    Ms Christine Louise Fellowes Non-Executive Director Jun 2023
    Ms Fellowes has experience in leading growth businesses across regional expansion, strategy, operations and P&L roles for prominent US multinationals in media, entertainment and technology companies in Asia-Pacific. Most recently she served as the Managing Director of the NBCUniversal Global Networks and Direct to Consumer business in Asia-Pacific, overseeing Pay-TV, television and digital services, where she also served on corporate boards. Prior to that, she held leadership positions at Comcast International Media Group, Turner Broadcasting System and Omnicom Group. Christine has a deep understanding of navigating strategic digital transformation while serving broad customer and community interests. Her expertise lies in strategy development, business performance, customer experience, stakeholder engagement and organisational culture, as well as high competency in data and analytics. Christine co-founded NINEby9 Pte Ltd, a Singapore based company dedicated to research and advocacy for gender equality in organisations in Asia. Former directorships of other listed entities in the past 3 years include VIQ Solutions.
    Mr Andrew Francis Irvine Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Apr 2024
    Mr Irvine was Head of Canadian Business Banking at the Bank of Montreal (BMO). He held a range of roles at BMO over more than 12 years and previously worked for McKinsey & Company, Lycos Europe and Credit Agricole.
    Mrs Louise R Thomson Company Secretary May 2013
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    Ms Penelope (Penny) MacRae Assistant Company Secretary Dec 2016
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    Ms Tricia Conte Assistant Company Secretary Nov 2018
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    Penelope (Penny) MacRae Assistant Company Secretary
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    Tricia Conte Assistant Company Secretary
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    Louise R Thomson Company Secretary
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    Angela Mentis Group Chief Digital Data and Analytics Office
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    Gary Lennon Group Chief Financial Officer
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    Les Matheson Group Chief Operating Officer
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    Shaun Dooley Group Chief Risk Officer
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    Andrew Irvine Group Executive Business and Private Banking
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    Sharon Cook Group Executive Legal and Commercial Services
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    Sarah White Group Executive People and Culture
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    Rachel Slade Group Executive Personal Banking
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    David Gall Group Executive Strategy and Innovation
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    Patrick Wright Group Executive Technology and Enterprise Operations
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    Daniel Huggins Managing Director and CEO of Bank of New Zealand
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    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

    Data provided by Morningstar.
    Name Shares Capital
    BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending DRP A/C> 781,134,305 24.96%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 494,826,750 15.81%
    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 265,695,811 8.49%
    Netwealth Investments Limited <Wrap Services A/C> 82,304,621 2.63%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd <Drp A/C> 52,559,781 1.68%
    National Nominees Limited 42,493,694 1.36%
    J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 30,961,117 0.99%
    Netwealth Investments Limited <Super Services A/C> 20,132,920 0.64%
    Nulis Nominees (Australia) Limited <Navigator Mast Plan Sett A/C> 15,027,858 0.48%
    Mutual Trust Pty Ltd 14,387,848 0.46%
    Navigator Australia Ltd <Mlc Investment Sett A/C> 14,072,289 0.45%
    Dimbulu Pty Ltd 9,361,385 0.30%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Pitcher Partners Drp> 5,934,685 0.19%
    Capi Pty Ltd 5,594,998 0.18%
    Invia Custodian Pty Limited <Wehi - Investment Pool A/C> 5,042,859 0.16%
    Ioof Investment Services Limited <Ips Superfund A/C> 3,870,904 0.12%
    Willimbury Pty Ltd 3,408,960 0.11%
    BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <IB AU Noms Retailclient DRP> 3,377,780 0.11%
    Jdb Services Pty Ltd <Rac & Jd Brice Invest A/C> 3,241,846 0.10%
    Balmoral Financial Investments Pty Ltd 3,238,000 0.10%

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