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Market Cap $8.88 billion
P/E Ratio 10.94
Dividend Yield 5.98%
Shares Outstanding 4.55 billion
Earnings per share 0.173
Dividend per share 0.11
Year To Date Return 14.62%
Earnings Yield 9.14%
Franking N/A
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Dividend Payment History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Ex-Date Amount Franking Type Payable
21 Feb 2022 $0.0470 0.00% Interim 08 Mar 2022
29 Jun 2021 $0.0660 0.00% Final 31 Aug 2021
30 Dec 2020 $0.0340 0.00% Interim 02 Mar 2021
30 Dec 2019 $0.0770 0.00% Interim 02 Mar 2020
27 Jun 2019 $0.0795 0.00% Final 28 Aug 2019
28 Dec 2018 $0.0795 0.00% Interim 04 Mar 2019
28 Jun 2018 $0.0820 0.00% Final 29 Aug 2018
28 Dec 2017 $0.0810 0.00% Interim 28 Feb 2018
29 Jun 2017 $0.0860 0.00% Final 30 Aug 2017
29 Dec 2016 $0.0870 0.00% Interim 02 Mar 2017
29 Jun 2016 $0.0890 0.00% Final 30 Aug 2016
29 Dec 2015 $0.0880 0.00% Interim 02 Mar 2016
26 Jun 2015 $0.0850 0.00% 27 Aug 2015
29 Dec 2014 $0.0840 0.00% 25 Feb 2015
27 Aug 2014 $0.0040 0.00% 19 Sep 2014
26 Jun 2014 $0.0780 0.00% 29 Aug 2014

VCX ASX Announcements

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About Vicinity Centres

Vicinity Centres (ASX: VCX) is a vertically integrated Australian real estate investment trust (REIT) that primarily owns and manages Australian shopping centres. Its property services include property investment, retail development, property management, leasing and fund administration.

Vicinity is the second largest listed manager of Australian retail property, with $26 billion in retail assets under management across more than 60 shopping centres. The REIT collects rental income from its tenants, which is then distributed to investors as dividends, providing VCX shareholders with a stream of income that is paid every 6 months.

Vicinity Centres shares first listed on the ASX in 2011, and have since grown to sit comfortably as one of the largest companies in Australia on the S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO).

VCX Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
17 May 2022 $1.89 $0.02 1.07% 13,477,460 $1.88 $1.90 $1.87
16 May 2022 $1.87 $0.02 1.09% 9,140,539 $1.86 $1.87 $1.85
13 May 2022 $1.84 $0.07 3.95% 13,353,064 $1.79 $1.85 $1.79
12 May 2022 $1.77 $-0.02 -1.12% 7,022,365 $1.77 $1.79 $1.77
11 May 2022 $1.79 $0.02 1.13% 8,346,961 $1.77 $1.79 $1.76
10 May 2022 $1.77 $-0.02 -1.12% 8,103,004 $1.78 $1.78 $1.75
09 May 2022 $1.79 $-0.05 -2.72% 8,891,643 $1.83 $1.84 $1.78
06 May 2022 $1.84 $-0.07 -3.66% 15,746,300 $1.89 $1.89 $1.82
05 May 2022 $1.91 $0.08 4.36% 10,464,699 $1.85 $1.92 $1.85
04 May 2022 $1.84 $0.00 0.00% 8,156,367 $1.84 $1.88 $1.84
03 May 2022 $1.83 $0.00 0.00% 10,066,531 $1.82 $1.86 $1.82
02 May 2022 $1.84 $-0.04 -2.13% 7,999,821 $1.85 $1.86 $1.83
29 Apr 2022 $1.88 $0.00 0.00% 15,574,979 $1.90 $1.90 $1.87
28 Apr 2022 $1.87 $0.02 1.08% 11,775,842 $1.88 $1.89 $1.87
27 Apr 2022 $1.86 $-0.02 -1.07% 13,102,713 $1.85 $1.87 $1.84
26 Apr 2022 $1.87 $0.00 0.00% 8,340,003 $1.85 $1.88 $1.83
22 Apr 2022 $1.87 $-0.05 -2.60% 17,158,971 $1.92 $1.92 $1.87
21 Apr 2022 $1.93 $0.04 2.12% 12,839,058 $1.91 $1.94 $1.89
20 Apr 2022 $1.89 $0.01 0.53% 7,231,681 $1.90 $1.90 $1.87

Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
10 Dec 2021 Grant Kelley Issued 1 $2,033,038
Issue of securities. 2,538,019 - Performance Rights
As per announcement on 15/12/2021.
28 Sep 2021 Grant Kelley Issued 225 $388,123
Issue of securities. VWAP
17 Aug 2021 Grant Kelley Expiry 708 $1,111,812
As advised by the company. 1,677,960 - Performance Rights & Restricted Rights
Lapse of Performance Rights under the FY2019 LTIP

Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Title Start Date Profile
Mr Trevor Gerber Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman Jun 2015
Mr Gerber worked for 14 years at Westfield, initially as Group Treasurer and subsequently as Director of Funds Management responsible for Westfield Trust and Westfield America Trust. He has been a professional director since 2000, and has experience in property, funds management, hotels and tourism, infrastructure and aquaculture. Mr Gerber is member of Human Resources Committee.
Mr Timothy (Tim) Edward Douglas Hammon Non-Executive Director Dec 2011
Mr Hammon has wealth management, property services and legal experience. Mr Hammon was previously Chief Executive Officer of Mutual Trust Pty Limited and worked for Coles Myer Ltd in a range of roles including Chief Officer, Corporate and Property Services with responsibility for property development, leasing and corporate strategy. He was also Managing Partner of various offices of Mallesons Stephen Jaques. Mr Hammon is the Chairman of the Risk and Compliance Committee and a member of the Human Resources Committee. Mr Hammon is also a member of the advisory boards of the Pacific Group of Companies and of Liuzzi Property Group, a Director of EQT Holdings Limited and an advisor to EMT Partners Pty Ltd.
Ms Janette A Kendall Non-Executive Director Dec 2017
Ms Kendall has experience in strategic planning, digital innovation, marketing, operations and leadership across a number of industry sectors including digital and technology, marketing and communications, media, retail, fast-moving consumer goods, hospitality, gaming, property and manufacturing. Ms Kendall's executive experience, both in Australia and China, includes Senior Vice President of Marketing at Galaxy Entertainment Group, China, Executive General Manager of Marketing at Crown Resorts, General Manager and Divisional Manager roles at Pacific Brands, Executive Director at Singleton Ogilvy & Mather, CEO of emitch Limited, and Executive Director of Clemenger BBDO. Ms Kendall is a member of the Human Resources Committee and the Risk and Compliance Committee. Ms Kendall is also a Director of Costa Group, Tabcorp Holdings Limited (subject to regulatory and ministerial approvals), KM Property Funds, Australian Venue Co and Visit Victoria.
Mr Clive Robert Appleton Non-Executive Director Sep 2018
Mr Appleton has experience in property and funds management and property development, having worked for several of Australia's retail property investment, management and development groups. Mr Appleton's executive experience includes Chief Executive Officer of Gandel Retail Trust, senior executive roles with Jennings Group, where he was responsible for managing and developing its retail assets before a subsidiary was restructured to become Centro Properties Limited of which he became Managing Director; Managing Director of The Gandel Group Pty Limited; and Managing Director of APN Property Group. Mr Appleton was also previously a Non-executive Director of the Company and the RE from December 2011 to the time of the merger of Federation Centres and Novion Property Group in June 2015. Mr Appleton is also Chairman of Aspen Group and Pancare Foundation, Deputy Chairman of The Gandel Group Pty Limited, and a Director of APN Property Group Limited, Perth Airport Pty Ltd and Perth Airport Development Group Pty Ltd.
Mr David Mark Thurin Non-Executive Director Jun 2015
Mr Thurin has had experience in the property industry that includes senior roles within The Gandel Group and associated companies, including being the Joint Managing Director. Mr Thurin was a Director of The Gandel Group at the time of the merger between Gandel Retail Trust and Colonial First State Retail Property Trust in 2002. Mr Thurin is the Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Tigcorp Pty Ltd which has property interests in retirement villages and land subdivision. He has a background in medicine, having been in private practice for over a decade, and was a prior President of the International Diabetes Institute and a prior Director of The Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute. He is a member of the World Presidents' Organisation.
Ms Karen Lee Collett Penrose Non-Executive Director Jun 2015
Ms Penrose's executive experience was in leadership and CFO roles, mainly in financial services. Ms Penrose has experience about customer outcomes and financial management and is versed in operating in a changing regulatory environment, which stems from her 20 years in banking with Commonwealth Bank of Australia and HSBC and eight years to early 2014 as a listed company CFO and COO. Ms Penrose has been a full-time director since 2014 and is a member of Chief Executive Women. Ms Penrose is member of the Risk and Compliance Committee. Ms Penrose is a Director of Bank of Queensland Limited, Estia Health Limited and Ramsay Health Care. She is also on the board of Rugby Australia Ltd and Marshall Investments Pty Limited.
Mr Peter Kahan Non-Executive Director Jun 2015
Mr Kahan has had a career in property funds management, with prior roles including Executive Deputy Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Finance Director of The Gandel Group. Mr Kahan was the Finance Director of The Gandel Group at the time of the merger between Gandel Retail Trust and Colonial First State Retail Property Trust in 2002. Prior to joining The Gandel Group in 1994, Mr Kahan held several senior financial roles across a variety of industry sectors. Mr Kahan is Chairman of the Human Resources Committee. Mr Kahan was previously a Director of Charter Hall Group from 2009 to 2016 and a Director of Dexus Wholesale Property Limited.
Mr Grant Lewis Kelley Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director Jan 2018
Mr Kelley has over 30 years of global experience in real estate investment, corporate strategy, funds management and private equity. Previously, Mr Kelley was CEO at City Developments Limited. Prior to this, Mr Kelley was the Co-Head of Asia-Pacific for Apollo Global Management, and also led their real estate investment activities in the region. In 2008, Mr Kelley founded Holdfast Capital Limited, which was acquired by Apollo in 2010. From 2004 to 2008, Mr Kelley was the CEO of Colony Capital Asia, where he guided acquisition and asset management activities in Asia. Mr Kelley commenced his career in 1989 at Booz Allen & Hamilton, advising CEOs of listed companies in the financial services, natural resources and healthcare industries. Mr Kelley is Chairman of the Adelaide 36ers, Chairman of Holdfast Assets, a Director of the Shopping Centre Council of Australia, Deputy Chair of the Board of Governors of Pulteney Grammar School, a Council Member of the Asia Society Policy Institute, and a Member of the Premier's Economic Advisory Council (South Australia).
Ms Carolyn Reynolds Company Secretary Nov 2015
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Mr Rohan Abeyewardene Company Secretary Feb 2018
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Adrian Chye Acting Chief Financial Officer
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Marie Festa Chief Corporate Affairs Officer
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Carolyn Viney Chief Development Officer
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Nick Schiffer Chief Financial Officer
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Justin Mills Chief Innovation & Information Officer
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Peter Huddle Chief Operating Officer
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Tanya Southey Chief People & Organisational Development Officer
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Carolyn Reynolds Company Secretary
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Rohan Abeyewardene Company Secretary
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David Marcun Director Operational Finance & Property Management
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Carolyn Reynolds General Counsel
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Kah Wong General Manager Treasury
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Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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Name Shares Capital
HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 1,379,622,623 30.31%
J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited 961,806,191 21.13%
Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd 414,645,274 9.11%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 388,472,708 8.53%
National Nominees Limited 135,712,499 2.98%
Rosslynbridge Pty Ltd 92,069,814 2.02%
Besgan No. 1 Pty Ltd 88,515,564 1.94%
Besgan No. 2 Pty Ltd 88,515,564 1.94%
Besgan No. 3 Pty Ltd 88,515,564 1.94%
Besgan No. 4 Pty Ltd 88,515,564 1.94%
BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd 65,654,923 1.44%
Allowater Pty Ltd 63,624,571 1.40%
Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (i) 43,871,803 0.96%
Braybridge Pty Ltd 43,656,447 0.96%
Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd 37,298,296 0.82%
Ledburn Proprietary Limited 37,195,552 0.82%
Broadgan Proprietary Limited HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 36,474,902 0.80%
Cenarth Pty Ltd 31,605,848 0.69%
Jadecliff Pty Ltd 13,219,491 0.29%
Applebrook Pty Ltd 13,219,491 0.29%
Rosecreek Pty Ltd 13,219,491 0.29%
Moondale Pty Ltd 13,219,491 0.29%
Charter Hall Wsale Mngt Ltd 12,476,270 0.27%
Ledburn Proprietary Limited (I) 10,206,076 0.22%
Merrill Lynch (Australia) Nominees Pty Limited 9,423,531 0.21%
The Trust Company (Australia) Limited 7,510,692 0.16%

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