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Rio Tinto traditionally makes two fully franked dividend payments to shareholders every year, in April and September, with an additional special cash payment each year since 2019.
Yes, Rio Tinto offers a dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) as an alternative to receiving cash dividends on Rio Tinto ordinary shares.
|10 Mar 2022||$0.8580||100.00%||Special Cash||21 Apr 2022|
|10 Mar 2022||$5.7704||100.00%||Final||21 Apr 2022|
|12 Aug 2021||$2.5064||100.00%||Special Cash||23 Sep 2021|
|12 Aug 2021||$5.0942||100.00%||Interim||23 Sep 2021|
|04 Mar 2021||$1.1963||100.00%||Special Cash||15 Apr 2021|
|04 Mar 2021||$3.9748||100.00%||Final||15 Apr 2021|
|06 Aug 2020||$2.1647||100.00%||Interim||17 Sep 2020|
|05 Mar 2020||$3.4974||100.00%||Final||16 Apr 2020|
|08 Aug 2019||$0.8850||100.00%||Special Cash||19 Sep 2019|
|08 Aug 2019||$2.1908||100.00%||Interim||19 Sep 2019|
|07 Mar 2019||$3.3870||100.00%||Special Cash||18 Apr 2019|
|07 Mar 2019||$2.5089||100.00%||Final||18 Apr 2019|
|09 Aug 2018||$1.7084||100.00%||Interim||20 Sep 2018|
|01 Mar 2018||$2.2853||100.00%||Final||12 Apr 2018|
|10 Aug 2017||$1.3772||100.00%||Interim||21 Sep 2017|
|23 Feb 2017||$1.6370||100.00%||Final||06 Apr 2017|
|11 Aug 2016||$0.5913||100.00%||Interim||22 Sep 2016|
|24 Feb 2016||$1.5189||100.00%||Final||07 Apr 2016|
|12 Aug 2015||$1.4491||100.00%||Interim||10 Sep 2015|
|04 Mar 2015||$1.5298||100.00%||Final||09 Apr 2015|
|13 Aug 2014||$1.0309||100.00%||Interim||11 Sep 2014|
|05 Mar 2014||$1.2014||100.00%||Final||10 Apr 2014|
|14 Aug 2013||$0.9300||100.00%||Interim||12 Sep 2013|
|06 Mar 2013||$0.9167||100.00%||Final||11 Apr 2013|
|15 Aug 2012||$0.6851||100.00%||Interim||13 Sep 2012|
|29 Feb 2012||$0.8420||100.00%||Final||12 Apr 2012|
|10 Aug 2011||$0.4981||100.00%||Interim||08 Sep 2011|
|02 Mar 2011||$0.6194||100.00%||Final||31 Mar 2011|
|11 Aug 2010||$0.4927||100.00%||Interim||09 Sep 2010|
|24 Feb 2010||$0.5156||100.00%||Final||01 Apr 2010|
|18 Feb 2009||$1.0148||100.00%||Final||08 Apr 2009|
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Rio Tinto Limited (ASX: RIO) is an Australian multinational company and one of the world's largest metals and mining corporations. Rio is engaged in minerals and metals exploration, development, production and processing, with a portfolio of assets condensed into four product groups: aluminium, copper and diamonds, energy and minerals, and iron ore.
Founded in 1873, the company listed on the ASX nearly a century later, in 1970. Since listing, the Rio Tinto share price has skyrocketed to put Rio Tinto as one of the largest companies on the ASX today.
|05 Jul 2022||$100.78||$0.04||0.04%||742,654||$101.00||$101.43||$100.20|
|04 Jul 2022||$100.74||$0.40||0.40%||1,349,529||$101.45||$102.21||$100.24|
|01 Jul 2022||$100.34||$-2.36||-2.30%||1,529,347||$101.81||$102.01||$100.34|
|30 Jun 2022||$102.70||$-3.53||-3.32%||1,524,726||$105.39||$105.67||$102.70|
|29 Jun 2022||$106.23||$-0.69||-0.65%||854,089||$106.38||$106.94||$105.65|
|28 Jun 2022||$106.92||$3.11||3.00%||1,179,109||$104.60||$107.15||$104.54|
|27 Jun 2022||$103.81||$2.41||2.38%||1,403,453||$102.63||$104.65||$102.17|
|24 Jun 2022||$101.40||$-1.23||-1.20%||1,605,149||$100.44||$102.07||$100.08|
|23 Jun 2022||$102.63||$-1.87||-1.79%||1,605,662||$101.73||$102.88||$101.01|
|22 Jun 2022||$104.50||$0.60||0.58%||1,334,528||$104.80||$106.26||$103.81|
|21 Jun 2022||$103.90||$2.31||2.27%||1,291,037||$102.56||$104.85||$102.50|
|20 Jun 2022||$101.59||$-5.42||-5.06%||1,516,781||$105.03||$105.20||$100.82|
|17 Jun 2022||$107.01||$-4.69||-4.20%||3,830,148||$108.40||$108.50||$106.06|
|16 Jun 2022||$111.70||$0.74||0.67%||1,879,570||$111.92||$113.64||$111.38|
|15 Jun 2022||$110.96||$-0.09||-0.08%||1,461,756||$110.20||$112.66||$110.00|
|14 Jun 2022||$111.05||$-4.85||-4.18%||2,993,041||$109.39||$111.05||$108.00|
|10 Jun 2022||$115.90||$-1.57||-1.34%||1,401,167||$115.39||$115.90||$113.14|
|09 Jun 2022||$117.47||$-1.45||-1.22%||1,442,228||$117.97||$119.90||$116.92|
|08 Jun 2022||$118.92||$2.37||2.03%||1,801,716||$118.74||$120.07||$118.46|
|07 Jun 2022||$116.55||$0.78||0.67%||893,638||$116.53||$116.97||$115.56|
|29 Mar 2022||Benjamin (Ben) Wyatt||Buy||200||$23,351|| |
|Ms Ngaire Tui Woods||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020|| |
Ms Woods is the founding Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, Professor of Global Economic Governance and the Founder of the Global Economic Governance Programme at Oxford University. She has served as an adviser to the African Development Bank, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, the Center for Global Development, the International Monetary Fund and the European Union. She is Board member of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, the Van Leer Foundation and the Schwarzman Education Foundation. She is Member of Sustainability Committee.
|Mr Sam Laidlaw||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2017|| |
Mr Laidlaw has more than 30 years' experience of long-cycle, capital-intensive industries in which safety, the low-carbon transition and stakeholder management are critical. Previous roles include: president and chief operating officer, Amerada Hess Corporation; CEO, Enterprise Oil plc; executive vice president, Chevron Corporation; CEO, Centrica plc; and membership of the UK Prime Minister's Business Advisory Group. He is Chairman of Neptune Energy Group Holdings Ltd. Chairman, National Centre of Universities & Business; Board member, Oxford Said Business School; Advisory Board member, The Smith School of Enterprise and Environment. He is Member of Sustainability Committee.
|Mr Simon Vincent McKeon||Non-Executive DirectorSenior Independent Director||Jan 2019|| |
Mr McKeon brings insights into sectors including financial services, the law, government and charities. He practised as a solicitor before serving at Macquarie Group for 30 years, including as executive chairman of its business in Victoria, Australia. Simon served as chairman of AMP Limited, MYOB Limited and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, (CSIRO). He was the first president of the Australian Takeovers Panel. He is Chancellor of Monash University. He is Chairman of the Australian Industry Energy Transitions Initiative Steering Group and Non-executive director of National Australia Bank Limited since February 2020.
|Mr Jakob Stausholm||Executive DirectorChief Executive Officer||Sep 2018|| |
Mr Stausholm brings strategic and commercial experience and focus on sustainability. He is committed to rebuilding trust with communities, Traditional Owners and stakeholders globally. As Chief Financial Officer, Jakob focused on maximising cash flow and allocating capital with discipline. He balanced investment in sustaining and growth, to maintain balance sheet and deliver shareholder returns in the short, medium and long term. Jakob has over 20 years' experience in senior finance roles in Europe, Latin America and Asia, including in capital-intensive, long-cycle businesses, as well as in innovative technology and supply chain optimisation. Jakob spent six years with the Maersk Group, where his roles included group Chief Financial Officer and executive director of the Group's integrated transport and logistics business. He was previously with Royal Dutch Shell plc, holding a range of finance positions, including chief internal auditor.
|Mr Simon Henry||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2017|| |
Mr Henry has experience in global finance, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, international relations, and strategy. He draws on over 30 years' experience at Royal Dutch Shell plc, where his roles included Chief Financial Officer from 2009 to 2017. He is Independent director of PetroChina Company Limited since June 2017, Member of the UK Defence Board. He was nominated as Senior Independent Director of Harbour Energy plc from Spring 2021. Mr Henry is Member of the Advisory Board of the Centre for European Reform and the Advisory Panel of CIMA. He is Member of Sustainability Committee.
|Dr Megan Elizabeth Clark||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2014|| |
Dr Clark combines experience in the mining and metals industry with leadership in science, research and technology, and brings valuable insights on sustainable development and innovation to the Board. She was Head of the Australian Space Agency from 2018 to 2020 and Chief Executive of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) from 2009 to 2014. Following mining and exploration roles with Western Mining Corporation, Megan was a director at N M Rothschild and Sons (Australia), and a Vice President Technology at BHP. She is Chair of Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Jennifer Anne Nason||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2020|| |
Ms Nason has over 30 years' experience in corporate finance and capital markets. For the past 17 years, she has led the Technology, Media and Telecommunications global client practice at JP Morgan, based in the USA. During her time at JP Morgan, she has also worked in the metals and mining sector team in Australia. She is Board member of the American Australian Association. She is Member of Sustainability Committee.
|Mr Benjamin (Ben) Sana Wyatt||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2021|| |
Mr Wyatt has experience in public policy, regulatory and international trade gained during working as Treasurer and Aboriginal Affairs Minister in the Western Australian Government. Before entering the State Parliament in 2006, Mr Wyatt has career in law, initially as a barrister and solicitor with a national Australian law firm before joining the WA Director of Public Prosecutions. During his 15-year political career in the Western Australian Parliament, he held the ministerial portfolios of Treasury, Finance, Energy and Aboriginal Affairs. He is a non-executive director of Woodside Petroleum Ltd. He is a member of the sustainability committee.
|Mr Peter Lloyd Cunningham||Chief Financial OfficerExecutive Director||Jan 2021|| |
Mr Cunningham was previously Group Controller and has held a number of senior financial and non-financial leadership positions across Rio Tinto in Australia and the UK. In a career spanning 28 years with Rio Tinto, he has held roles including Global Head of Health, Safety, Environment & Communities; Head of Energy and Climate Strategy; and Head of Investor Relations.
|Mr Dominic Barton||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Apr 2022|| |
Mr Barton has spent over 30 years at McKinsey & Company, including nine as the Global Managing Partner and six as Asia Chairman. Most recently, he has been Canada's Ambassador to China since 2019. He brings global business experince having advised clients in a range of industries, including banking, consumer goods, high tech and industrials, as well as a deep insight of geopolitics, corporate sustainability and governance. His previous corporate governance work includes being Chair of Teck Resources, a non-executive director at Singtel Group and a non-executive director at Investor AB. He has held various public sector leadership positions, including Chair of Canada's Advisory Council for Economic Growth and Chair of the International Advisory Committee to the President of South Korea on National Future and Vision.
|Mr Timothy (Tim) Paine||Joint Company Secretary||Jan 2013|| |
|Mr Stephen (Steve) Allen||Company Secretary||Jan 2017|| |
|Alf Barrios||Chief Commercial Officer|| |
|Kellie Parker||Chief Executive Australia|| |
|Ivan Vella||Chief Executive Rio Tinto Aluminium|| |
|Bold Baatar||Chief Executive Rio Tinto Copper|| |
|Simon Trott||Chief Executive Rio Tinto Iron Ore|| |
|Sinead Kaufman||Chief Executive Rio Tinto Minerals|| |
|Isabelle Deschamps||Chief Legal Officer & External Affairs|| |
|Arnaud Soirat||Chief Operating Officer|| |
|James Martin||Chief People Officer|| |
|Mark Davies||Chief Technical Officer|| |
|Stephen (Steve) Allen||Company Secretary|| |
|Timothy (Tim) Paine||Joint Company Secretary|| |
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||115,099,599||31.01%|
|J. P. Morgan Nominees Australia Limited||57,866,242||15.59%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Ltd||38,626,119||10.41%|
|National Nominees Limited||9,310,478||2.51%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending DRP A/C)||7,645,695||2.06%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (DRP)||6,083,391||1.64%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Six Sis Ltd DRP A/C)||3,562,553||0.96%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv A/C)||2,693,057||0.73%|
|Argo Investments Limited||2,097,139||0.56%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Global Markets DRP)||2,004,544||0.54%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (NT Comnwlth Super Corp A/C)||1,987,024||0.54%|
|Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited||1,921,031||0.52%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (ACF Clearstream)||1,543,955||0.42%|
|Custodial Services Limited||1,163,335||0.31%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited <WRAP Services A/C)||1,004,873||0.27%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd DRP)||807,338||0.22%|
|Milton Corporation Limited||669,120||0.18%|
|Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited||630,787||0.17%|
|Diversified United Investment Ltd||465,126||0.13%|