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Market Cap $752.55 million
P/E Ratio 38.99
Dividend Yield 2.49%
Shares Outstanding 133.85 million
Earnings per share 0.161
Dividend per share 0.14
Year To Date Return 9.11%
Earnings Yield 2.56%
Franking 100%
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  • Propel Funeral Partners Ltd (ASX: PFP)
    Latest News

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, Propel Funeral Partners has historically paid two fully franked dividends a year. 

    Propel Funeral Partners generally pays its shareholder dividends in April and October.

    Propel Funeral Partners Ltd listed on the ASX on 23 November 2017.

    Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
    04 Mar 2024 $0.0720 100.00% Interim 05 Apr 2024
    30 Aug 2023 $0.0690 100.00% Final 03 Oct 2023
    02 Mar 2023 $0.0710 100.00% Interim 03 Apr 2023
    31 Aug 2022 $0.0625 100.00% Final 04 Oct 2022
    04 Mar 2022 $0.0600 100.00% Interim 07 Apr 2022
    01 Sep 2021 $0.0575 100.00% Final 05 Oct 2021
    08 Mar 2021 $0.0600 100.00% Interim 09 Apr 2021
    28 Aug 2020 $0.0600 100.00% Final 01 Oct 2020
    05 Mar 2020 $0.0400 100.00% Interim 06 Apr 2020
    03 Sep 2019 $0.0580 100.00% Final 04 Oct 2019
    04 Mar 2019 $0.0570 100.00% Interim 05 Apr 2019
    04 Sep 2018 $0.0640 100.00% Final 05 Oct 2018

    PFP 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.

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    About Propel Funeral Partners Ltd

    Propel Funeral Partners Ltd (ASX: PFP) is an Australian-based company that provides death care services in Australia and New Zealand. The company owns funeral homes, cremation facilities, cemeteries, and related infrastructure in every Australian state and New Zealand.

    It offers a range of services and products across death care covering collection and transfer of the deceased, mortuary services, arranging and conducting funerals, cremation, burial, and memorialising.

    Propel has expanded its operations by acquiring smaller, often family-run, funeral operations. It is now the second-largest private provider of death care services in the Australia-New Zealand market. 

    PFP Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    04 Mar 2024 $5.53 $-0.10 -1.78% 263,529 $5.56 $5.56 $5.34
    01 Mar 2024 $5.63 $-0.18 -3.10% 294,517 $5.65 $5.67 $5.46
    29 Feb 2024 $5.81 $0.22 3.94% 351,626 $5.65 $5.82 $5.52
    28 Feb 2024 $5.59 $-0.13 -2.27% 226,582 $5.83 $5.83 $5.59
    27 Feb 2024 $5.72 $0.01 0.18% 268,674 $5.69 $5.74 $5.65
    26 Feb 2024 $5.71 $0.24 4.39% 374,555 $5.48 $5.75 $5.47
    23 Feb 2024 $5.47 $0.03 0.55% 1,123,565 $5.50 $5.58 $5.40
    22 Feb 2024 $5.44 $0.01 0.18% 898,214 $5.43 $5.55 $5.42
    21 Feb 2024 $5.43 $-0.04 -0.73% 162,897 $5.46 $5.52 $5.39
    20 Feb 2024 $5.47 $0.06 1.11% 124,593 $5.40 $5.47 $5.33
    19 Feb 2024 $5.41 $0.09 1.69% 88,361 $5.31 $5.42 $5.30
    16 Feb 2024 $5.32 $-0.07 -1.30% 690,458 $5.27 $5.40 $5.27
    15 Feb 2024 $5.39 $-0.01 -0.19% 77,952 $5.40 $5.46 $5.35
    14 Feb 2024 $5.40 $0.02 0.37% 88,705 $5.38 $5.44 $5.29
    13 Feb 2024 $5.38 $0.13 2.48% 120,190 $5.23 $5.39 $5.23
    12 Feb 2024 $5.25 $-0.09 -1.69% 231,693 $5.34 $5.38 $5.25
    09 Feb 2024 $5.34 $-0.06 -1.11% 103,921 $5.37 $5.37 $5.31
    08 Feb 2024 $5.40 $-0.07 -1.28% 172,711 $5.50 $5.50 $5.35
    07 Feb 2024 $5.47 $0.07 1.30% 145,087 $5.45 $5.50 $5.40
    06 Feb 2024 $5.40 $-0.06 -1.10% 275,356 $5.45 $5.46 $5.40

    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Mr Peter McCallum Dowding Non-Executive Director May 2022
    Mr Dowding is a co-founder and Chair of Propel Investments Pty Ltd. He has almost 30 years investment experience (including with Deutsche Asset Management, State Super Investment Management Corporation and Propel Investments) and has been responsible for completing and managing investments and also raising and managing institutional funds.
    Mr Brian Edwin Scullin Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director Sep 2017
    Mr Scullin is the Chairman of Propel. He is also the current Chairman of Macquarie Point Development Corporation, former Chairman of Spark Infrastructure Limited, Hastings Funds Management, BT Investment Management Limited, OAK Possability and a former Non-Executive Director of Dexus Property Group, Tasplan Super and State Super Finance Services. Brian has more than 20 years' experience in the funds management industry in both Australia and Asia.
    Ms Naomi Jane Edwards Non-Executive Director Sep 2017
    Ms Edwards is a professional company director who has chaired listed ASX companies, industry super funds and not-for-profit organisations. She is a nonexecutive director of the Tasmanian Economic Development Board, Yarra Investment Management and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She chairs the Risk and Audit Committee for Tasmanian State Growth. She was a Non-Executive Director of Nikko AM, Australian Ethical Investments Limited and Hunter Hall Limited. Naomi is a former Partner of Deloitte and a former director of Trowbridge Consulting.
    Mr Albin Kurti Managing Director Jan 2017
    Mr Kurti co-founded the Company. He has experience in sourcing, screening, executing and actively managing investments. He commenced his career in the insolvency and corporate finance division of Arthur Andersen, where he qualified as a chartered accountant and worked in Melbourne and Brunei. In 2000, he moved to Sydney and joined Deutsche Asset Management and, in 2007, he co-led the management buy-out of the private capital division of Deutsche Bank.
    Mr Fraser Henderson Company SecretaryHead of M&A and General CounselExecutive Director Jan 2017
    Mr Henderson co-founded the Company and is a director of the Manager. He commenced his legal career with Ashurst, where he worked in both London and Singapore. In 2003, he moved to Sydney and joined Minter Ellison, becoming a Partner in their Private Equity and Capital Markets team in 2006.
    Ms Jennifer Lang Non-Executive Director May 2022
    Ms Lang a director and Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee of Bicycle Network as well as a previous board member of the Institute of Actuaries of Australia and Deloitte Australia. She was previously the CFO and Chief Actuary of CommInsure. Jennifer was the Actuary of the Year in 2020, is a regular presenter at conferences on leadership, insurance and risk management and is often requested to commentate on actuarial matters.

    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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    DKH Ti Pty Ltd 14,732,667 12.49%
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    Mgh Super Pty Ltd 1,100,000 0.93%
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    Nibla No. 1 Ptylimited 909,309 0.77%
    Tomdachoille Pty Ltd 897,317 0.76%
    Durbaner Nominees Pty Ltd 882,807 0.75%
    Henkay Ti Pty Limited 726,226 0.62%
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