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|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Pushpay primarily sells donor and church management systems to the global faith sector. Revenue is mainly derived from: (1) subscription fees based on a church's size and number of services provided to the church, and (2) processing fees for donations processed through its giving platform. Operations are mainly in the U.S., and its core customers are large Evangelical and nondenominational churches with weekly attendances ranging from 1,100 to 50,000. Pushpay also sells to medium and small churches. The firm's solutions encompass, but are not limited to, virtual giving, record keeping, event registration, member engagement, video broadcasting, and data analytics. It also services non-profit organisation and education providers, though these are currently immaterial to earnings.
|17 Aug 2022||$1.16||$0.00||0.00%||215,137||$1.15||$1.17||$1.14|
|16 Aug 2022||$1.16||$0.03||2.65%||573,402||$1.15||$1.16||$1.14|
|15 Aug 2022||$1.13||$-0.03||-2.60%||314,572||$1.16||$1.17||$1.12|
|12 Aug 2022||$1.16||$-0.02||-1.70%||457,563||$1.17||$1.17||$1.13|
|11 Aug 2022||$1.18||$0.00||0.00%||477,234||$1.18||$1.18||$1.15|
|10 Aug 2022||$1.18||$0.00||0.00%||581,981||$1.17||$1.18||$1.15|
|09 Aug 2022||$1.18||$-0.02||-1.67%||316,636||$1.19||$1.19||$1.17|
|08 Aug 2022||$1.20||$0.01||0.84%||561,277||$1.18||$1.22||$1.18|
|05 Aug 2022||$1.19||$0.02||1.71%||1,670,747||$1.16||$1.20||$1.16|
|04 Aug 2022||$1.17||$0.00||0.00%||579,887||$1.17||$1.18||$1.17|
|03 Aug 2022||$1.17||$0.01||0.86%||365,526||$1.14||$1.19||$1.14|
|02 Aug 2022||$1.16||$-0.02||-1.70%||342,097||$1.17||$1.17||$1.15|
|01 Aug 2022||$1.18||$0.02||1.73%||345,130||$1.16||$1.18||$1.15|
|29 Jul 2022||$1.16||$0.01||0.87%||941,717||$1.15||$1.18||$1.15|
|28 Jul 2022||$1.15||$0.07||6.48%||490,102||$1.13||$1.15||$1.11|
|27 Jul 2022||$1.08||$-0.06||-5.26%||161,112||$1.13||$1.13||$1.08|
|26 Jul 2022||$1.14||$0.00||0.00%||74,514||$1.13||$1.14||$1.11|
|25 Jul 2022||$1.14||$-0.02||-1.72%||147,457||$1.15||$1.15||$1.13|
|22 Jul 2022||$1.16||$0.00||0.00%||231,322||$1.16||$1.16||$1.14|
|21 Jul 2022||$1.16||$0.00||0.00%||214,103||$1.17||$1.18||$1.15|
|20 Jul 2022||$1.16||$0.02||1.75%||281,613||$1.16||$1.18||$1.15|
|19 Jul 2022||$1.14||$-0.03||-2.56%||106,341||$1.16||$1.16||$1.13|
|22 Dec 2021||Lovina McMurchy||Sell||61||$80,246||
On-market trade. Trading in $NZD.
|20 Aug 2021||Bruce Gordon||Sell||1||$1,922,063||
On-market trade. Trading in $NZD
As per announcement on 26/08/2021.
|Mr Graham Shaw||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Jan 2015||
Mr Shaww has over 40 years' experience in business. He sits on a number of corporate and non-profit boards and has SaaS governance experience including board representation at Xero for eight years. He spent 10 years with KPMG working primarily as an advisor to businesses. He then joined Works Infrastructure where he held a number of finance roles before being appointed Chief Executive Officer, leading the company to substantial growth and successful expansion into Australia. Mr Shaw has also been Chief Officer of Kensington Swan,
one of New Zealand's national law firms.
|Ms Lorraine Witten||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Ms Witten has governance experience and is currently Independent Director and Chair of listed-companies, Rakon and MOVE Logistics Group. She is also a Director of private companies VWork, and Horizon Energy Group where she is Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee, and Chair of Simply Security, a company she founded in 2007. Ms Witten has extensive executive and commercial experience in technology, Software as a Service and ICT sectors, with expertise in fi nancial management, entrepreneurship, strategy and high-change environments
|Mr Christopher Marshall Fowler||Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Mr Fowler started working on what became Church Community Builder for his local church in 1999, recognising a need for an internet-based solution to help people and their church connect with each other and to make sure people were not falling through the cracks, when their desire was to fi nd connection and community. As an entrepreneur with a passion for the local church, Mr Fowler imagined something beyond the outdated back offi ce tools of the time, which ultimately resulted in the church management system that Church Community Builder now provides the church. As the child of a worship pastor and grandchild of a senior pastor, Mr Fowler has been involved in the church his entire life, including serving on the elder board of two churches including the megachurch he currently attends, New Life Church, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, US (a Customer of both Pushpay and Church Community Builder). Mr Fowler previously served as the CEO of Church Community Builder. Mr Fowler also played a key role in the formation of Outreach, Inc (www.outreach.com) and prior to that led and grew the Audio. Books division of Ingram Entertainment. Mr Fowler brings key industry knowledge and 26 years of business experience to the Pushpay Board of Directors. Mr Fowler holds a BBA from Belmont University. Mr Fowler lives with his family in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
|Mr Lovina McMurchy||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020||
Ms Mcmurchy has spent 20 years as a global technology executive with experience ranging across product development, go-to-market execution and P&L management. At Amazon she built and grew several large new subscription businesses before moving on to Alexa Shopping where she was General Manager for customer engagement and growth. Ms Mcmurchy held several senior leadership roles at Microsoft, including being Chief Marketing Offi cer for Latin America and leading sales strategy and operations for the small to mid-market sales organisation in the US. She is a General Partner for Movac, a New Zealand based venture capital fund. She is also a member of the Institute of Directors and serves on several private company boards in the technology space. \ Shopping where she was General Manager for customer engagement and growth. Ms Mcmurchy held several senior leadership roles at Microsoft, including being Chief Marketing Officer for Latin America and leading sales strategy and operations for the small to mid-market sales organisation in the US.
|Mr John M Connolly||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2021||
Mr Connolly is a Senior Advisor to Sixth Street providing guidance to portfolio company CEOs and management teams on strategic and operational issues associated with growth. He has served as chairman, non-executive chairman or director on over 35 boards, including A Cloud Guru, Paycor and Regulatory DataCorp (RDC) where he served alongside Michael McGinn, Co-Head of Sixth Street's Growth business. He lives with his family in Boston, Massachusetts.
|Ms Sumita Pandit||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2021||
Ms Pandit is the Chief Operating Offi cer of dLocal, a technology-fi rst payments platform enabling global enterprise merchants to connect with billions of consumers in emerging markets. Prior to joining dLocal, she was a Managing Director and Global Head of Fintech Investment Banking for J.P. Morgan. She brings nearly two decades of experience in investment banking, advising companies across verticals in fi ntech including payments, fi nancial software, neo-banks and in surtech. Previously, she worked at Goldman Sachs. Sumita lives with her family in Los Altos, California.
|Mr Shane Sampson||Company SecretaryChief Financial Officer||
|Ms Molly Matthews||Chief Executive Officer||Mar 2021||
|Molly Matthews||Chief Executive Officer||
|Shane Sampson||Company SecretaryChief Financial Officer||
|HSBC Nominees (New Zealand) Limited||298,433,433||26.16%|
|Hsbc Nominees (New Zealand) Limited I||157,391,806||13.18%|
|Accident Compensation Corporation||57,283,983||5.02%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||48,904,654||4.29%|
|Citibank Nominees (Nz) Ltd||39,988,336||3.51%|
|New Zealand Superannuation Fund Nominees Limited||35,147,914||3.08%|
|FNZ Custodians Limited||29,575,853||2.59%|
|Custodial Services Limited||29,339,579||2.57%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Nz Limited Bpss40||28,654,775||2.51%|
|Tea Custodians Limited||28,069,903||2.46%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||26,899,384||2.36%|
|Jpmorgan Chase Bank||24,925,419||2.19%|
|Asynchronous Holdings Llc||23,084,348||2.02%|
|Premier Nominees Limited||20,527,814||1.80%|
|New Zealand Depository Nominee||18,058,011||1.58%|
|Custodial Services Limited I||13,246,438||1.16%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||12,718,873||1.11%|
|Cogent Nominees Limited||12,443,700||1.09%|
|Graham John Shaw & Delwyn Joy Shaw||10,935,276||0.96%|