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52 Week Range
Avg. Volume (1 month)
as at 24 Feb 3:44pm
|01 Sep 2021||$0.9000||100.00%||Final||07 Oct 2021|
|23 Feb 2021||$0.8800||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2021|
|25 Aug 2020||$0.1800||100.00%||Special Cash||01 Oct 2020|
|25 Aug 2020||$0.7700||100.00%||Final||01 Oct 2020|
|24 Feb 2020||$0.7500||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2020|
|30 Aug 2019||$0.7800||100.00%||Final||09 Oct 2019|
|26 Feb 2019||$1.0000||100.00%||Special Cash||10 Apr 2019|
|26 Feb 2019||$1.0000||100.00%||Interim||10 Apr 2019|
|20 Aug 2018||$1.2000||100.00%||Final||27 Sep 2018|
|26 Feb 2018||$1.0300||100.00%||Interim||05 Apr 2018|
|22 Aug 2017||$1.2000||100.00%||Final||28 Sep 2017|
|20 Feb 2017||$1.0300||100.00%||Interim||28 Mar 2017|
|29 Aug 2016||$0.9500||100.00%||Final||05 Oct 2016|
|29 Feb 2016||$0.9100||100.00%||Interim||07 Apr 2016|
|25 Aug 2015||$1.1100||100.00%||30 Sep 2015|
|24 Feb 2015||$0.8900||100.00%||02 Apr 2015|
|26 Nov 2014||$0.2500||100.00%||Special Cash||16 Dec 2014|
|29 Aug 2014||$0.1000||100.00%||Special Cash||09 Oct 2014|
|29 Aug 2014||$1.0500||100.00%||Final||09 Oct 2014|
|24 Feb 2014||$0.8500||100.00%||Interim||02 Apr 2014|
|20 Aug 2013||$1.0300||100.00%||Final||27 Sep 2013|
|19 Feb 2013||$0.7700||100.00%||Interim||28 Mar 2013|
|21 Aug 2012||$0.9500||100.00%||Final||28 Sep 2012|
|21 Feb 2012||$0.7000||100.00%||Interim||30 Mar 2012|
|23 Aug 2011||$0.8500||100.00%||Final||30 Sep 2011|
|22 Feb 2011||$0.6500||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2011|
|24 Aug 2010||$0.7000||100.00%||Final||30 Sep 2010|
|23 Feb 2010||$0.5500||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2010|
|25 Aug 2009||$0.6000||100.00%||Final||01 Oct 2009|
|24 Feb 2009||$0.5000||100.00%||Interim||31 Mar 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|
Wesfarmers Ltd (WES) is a diversified business with broad business operations including home improvement and outdoor living, apparel and general merchandise, office supplies; and an industrials division with businesses in chemicals, energy and fertilisers, and industrial and safety products.
From its origins in 1914 as a Western Australian farmers' cooperative, Wesfarmers has grown into one of Australia's largest listed companies trading on the ASX. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Wesfarmers subsidiaries include household names such as Bunnings Warehouse, Kmart Australia, Officeworks and more.
|22 Oct 2021||$57.31||$1.76||3.17%||2,576,317||$55.75||$57.83||$55.71|
|21 Oct 2021||$55.55||$-0.68||-1.21%||1,846,492||$55.88||$56.03||$54.96|
|20 Oct 2021||$56.23||$0.71||1.28%||2,311,449||$55.80||$56.49||$55.53|
|19 Oct 2021||$55.52||$0.72||1.31%||1,659,601||$54.98||$55.83||$54.90|
|18 Oct 2021||$54.80||$0.03||0.05%||1,274,425||$54.84||$55.15||$54.64|
|15 Oct 2021||$54.77||$0.42||0.77%||1,433,164||$54.61||$54.95||$54.17|
|14 Oct 2021||$54.35||$0.15||0.28%||977,075||$54.05||$54.82||$54.05|
|13 Oct 2021||$54.20||$-0.06||-0.11%||1,288,161||$54.20||$54.55||$53.99|
|12 Oct 2021||$54.26||$-0.18||-0.33%||1,986,985||$54.26||$54.75||$54.01|
|11 Oct 2021||$54.44||$-0.62||-1.13%||1,627,843||$54.10||$54.44||$53.83|
|08 Oct 2021||$55.06||$0.73||1.34%||1,510,857||$55.16||$55.38||$54.59|
|07 Oct 2021||$54.33||$0.26||0.48%||1,204,268||$54.51||$54.71||$54.01|
|06 Oct 2021||$54.07||$-0.71||-1.30%||1,905,858||$54.80||$54.89||$53.98|
|05 Oct 2021||$54.78||$-0.23||-0.42%||1,128,301||$55.17||$55.41||$54.43|
|04 Oct 2021||$55.01||$0.29||0.53%||986,382||$55.18||$55.38||$54.68|
|01 Oct 2021||$54.72||$-1.03||-1.85%||1,912,537||$55.00||$55.11||$54.52|
|30 Sep 2021||$55.75||$0.44||0.80%||2,508,428||$55.01||$55.99||$55.01|
|29 Sep 2021||$55.31||$-0.89||-1.58%||1,989,723||$55.90||$55.93||$55.07|
|28 Sep 2021||$56.20||$-1.28||-2.23%||1,467,381||$57.01||$57.14||$56.16|
|27 Sep 2021||$57.48||$0.12||0.21%||1,260,403||$57.35||$57.70||$56.83|
|24 Sep 2021||$57.36||$-0.13||-0.23%||1,516,322||$57.50||$57.54||$57.05|
|07 Oct 2021||Rt Hon Simon English||Issued||54||$3,081||
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|07 Oct 2021||Anil Sabharwal||Issued||16||$912||
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|21 Sep 2021||Mike Roche||Buy||2||$114,320||
|27 Aug 2021||Rob Scott||Cancelled||3||$239,594||
Conversion of securities. 2,82,844 - Performance shares.
As per announcement on 01/09/2021
|10 Jun 2021||Rt Hon Simon English||Buy||1||$55,395||
|31 Mar 2021||Rt Hon Simon English||Issued||41||$2,062||
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|31 Mar 2021||Anil Sabharwal||Issued||17||$855||
Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP).
|03 Dec 2020||Rob Scott||Issued||82||$4,129,681||
Conversion of securities.
|03 Dec 2020||Rob Scott||Exercise||82||$4,129,681||
Conversion of securities. 175,095 - Performance shares.
|19 Nov 2020||Mike Roche||Buy||2||$95,745||
|Mr Michael Alfred Chaney||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Chairman||Jun 2015||
Mr Chaney had a career in petroleum geology and corporate Finance. He is Chairman of Northern Star Resources Limited (since July 2021) and National School Resourcing Board (since November 2017). He is Director of the Centre for Independent Studies (since 2000) and Governor of the Forrest Research Foundation (retired December 2020). He is also Member of the Gresham Resources Royalties Fund Investment Committee (since June 2020)
|Ms Alison Mary Watkins||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2021||
Ms Watkins has been Group Managing Director of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (Amatil) for seven years, stepping down on 10 May 2021 following the acquisition of Amatil by Coca-Cola European Partners plc. Before leading Coca-Cola Amatil, Ms Watkins was Chief Executive Officer of GrainCorp Ltd, one of Australia's grain handling, trading and processing companies, and prior to that was Chief Executive Officer of juice maker, Berri Limited. Other previous roles included Managing Director of Regional Banking and Group General Manager Strategy at Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ), and a decade at McKinsey & Company from 1989 to 1999, where she became a partner in 1996. Ms Watkins is also a Member of the Reserve Bank of Australia Board, a Board Member of the Business Council of Australia, a Non-executive Director of The Centre for Independent Studies, has recently been announced as Chancellor-elect of the University of Tasmania and will join the board of CSL Limited on 19 August 2021. She has previously been a Non-executive Director of ANZ, Woolworths Limited and Just Group Limited.
|Ms Vanessa Miscamble Wallace||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2010||
Ms Wallace is an experienced board director and strategy management consultant who had been with Strategy& (formerly Booz & Company) for more than 25 years. She has global experience, living and working in Asia, and deep expertise in the financial services sector across the spectrum of wealth management, retail banking and insurance, with particular functional depth in risk management, post-merger integration and capturing business opportunities associated with channels, customers and markets. She is Managing Director of MF Advisory (since 2015) , Deputy Chairman of Ecofibre Limited (since July 2021), Director of Palladium Holdings Pty Ltd (since January 2021) ,SEEK Limited (since March 2017) , O'Connell Street Associates (since June 2018) and Doctor Care Anywhere PLC (since April 2021). She is the Founding Chairman of DROP Bio Pty Ltd, a digital health company (since January 2019).
|Ms Jennifer Anne Westacott||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2013||
Ms Westacott is Chief Executive of the Business Council of Australia. Prior to that, she was a Board director and lead partner at KPMG. Jennifer has experience in critical leadership positions in the New South Wales and Victorian governments. Currently she is Adjunct Professor at the City Futures Research Centre of the University of New South Wales (since 2013), Chair of the Western City & Aerotropolis Authority (since February 2019), Chair of Studio Schools of Australia (since July 2019), Board member of Cyber Security Research Centre (CSRC) Ltd (since February 2018), Member of University of New South Wales Council (since December 2019), Co-Patron of Pride in Diversity (since November 2017), Patron of The Pinnacle Foundation (since March 2019) and former Chair of the Mental Health Council of Australia (retired August 2019). She is member of Risk Committee.
|Ms Sharon Lee Warburton||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2019||
Ms Warburton has executive experience in corporate strategy, business operations, Finance, accounting and risk management, particularly in the resources, construction, infrastructure and property sectors, along with expertise in governance and remuneration. She was previously Executive Director Strategy and Finance at Brookfield Multiplex, and held senior management roles with ALDAR Properties PJSC in the United Arab Emirates, Citigroup in Sydney and Rio Tinto Limited in London and Perth. She is Director of Thiess Group Holdings Pty Limited (since July 2021) , Blackmores Limited (since April 2021), Worley Limited (since February 2019) , Gold Road Resources Limited (since May 2016) , Karlka Nyiyaparli Aboriginal Corporation RNTBC (since December 2020) and the Perth Children's Hospital Foundation (since February 2014). She is Member of the Australia Takeovers Panel (since May 2015).
|Mr Rob Scott||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Feb 2017||
Mr Scott is Chairman of Rowing Australia (since October 2014), Chairman and director of the flybuys joint venture with Coles Group Limited (since December 2018, resigned as Chairman in June 2020), Member of UWA Business School Advisory Board (since August 2017) and was former Director of Gresham Partners Group Limited (resigned July 2018) and Director of Gresham Partners Holding Limited (resigned July 2018).
|Mr Rt Hon Simon William (Bill) English||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2018||
Mr English was Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand from October 2008 to December 2016 and Prime Minister until the change of government in October 2017. He retired from parliament in March 2018. He has also held ministerial roles in health, education, housing, and revenue since his election to Parliament in 1990. He has long-term interests in economic restructuring, sound microeconomic policy, and social policy reform. He is Chairman of Mount Cook Alpine Salmon (since July 2018), Manawanui Support Ltd (since April 2019) and Impact Lab Ltd (since May 2019). He is Director of The Todd Corporation Limited (since May 2021) , The Instillery (since August 2019) and Centre for Independent Studies (since March 2021) . He is advisor to Jarden Financial Services (since May 2018) ,he is also Member of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Impact Advisory Group (since March 2021).
|Mr Mike Roche||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2019||
Mr Roche has more than 40 years experience in the Finance sector where he held senior positions firstly as an actuary with National Mutual/AXA and then in investment banking where he provided strategic, financial, merger and acquisition, and capital advice to major corporations, private equity and government clients. Mike spent more than 20 years with Deutsche Bank including 10 years as Head of Mergers and Acquisitions where he advised on major takeovers and privatisations. He stepped down as Deutsche Bank's Chairman of Mergers and Acquisitions (Australia and New Zealand) in 2016, and was a member of the Takeovers Panel for two terms from 2008 to 2014. Mr Roche's Director of Macquarie Bank (since January 2021, director of MaxCap Group Pty Ltd (since April 2019), Director of Six Park Asset Management since December 2017), Director of Te Pahau Management Ltd since November 2017), Trustee Director of Energy Industries Superannuation Scheme Pty Ltd (since November 2016) and Panel member of Adara Partners (Aust) Pty Ltd since April 2017).
|Mr Alan John Cransberg||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2021||
Mr Cransberg had a career with Alcoa spanning 36 years, including managing mining, refining, smelting and technology activities in Australia before continuing his career in the USA with responsibility for global metals manufacturing. He has gained experience working mining and minerals processing companies. He returned to Australia in 2008 as Managing Director of Alcoa Australia and President Global Refining before retiring in 2016. He was a founding Director of The Foundation for the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Their Children (now 'Our Watch'), a founding member of the CEOs For Gender Equity and was also previously Chairman of the West Coast Eagles Football Club. He is currently Chairman of the Wirrpanda Foundation and is a Trustee of the SAS Resources Fund.
|Mr Anil Sabharwal||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2021||
Mr Sabharwal is Vice President of Product Management at Google and the company's senior product and engineering leader in Australia and New Zealand. He is also an advisor to venture capital firm, AirTree Ventures. Mr Sabharwal's 12 years at Google have included leading the strategy and team behind the launch of Google Photos in 2015. He later led product, design and engineering for Google Chrome. Before joining Google, he co-founded online learning company Desire2Learn, headquartered in Canada, and was General Manager of the knowledge management division in Australia for human resources company, Talent2.
|Ms Vicki Robinson||General Manager - Legal (Corporate)Company Secretary||Mar 2020||
|Anthony Gianotti||Chief Financial Officer||
|Jenny Bryant||Chief Human Resources Officer||
|Naomi Flutter||Executive General Manager-Corporate Affairs||
|Vicki Robinson||General Manager - Legal (Corporate)Company Secretary||
|Maya vanden Driesen||Group General Counsel||
|Ed Bostock||Managing Director - Business Development Wesfarmers||
|Michael Schneider||Managing Director - Business Group||
|Ian Bailey||Managing Director - KMART Group||
|Sarah Hunter||Managing Director - Office works||
|Ian Hansen||Managing Director - Wesfarmers Chemicals Energy & Fertilisers||
|Tim Bult||Managing Director - Wesfarmers Industrial And Safety||
|Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||263,107,581||23.20%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||174,979,948||15.43%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||64,296,421||5.67%|
|National Nominees Limited||25,567,189||2.25%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Agency Lending DRP A/C)||23,110,009||2.04%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (Nt-Comnweallth Super Corp A/C)||9,075,975||0.80%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd (Drp)||8,744,445||0.77%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd (Drp A/C)||7,480,629||0.66%|
|Australian Foundation Investment Company Limited||7,372,000||0.65%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited (Colonial First State Inv AC)||6,835,527||0.60%|
|Argo Investments Limited||5,040,027||0.44%|
|CPU Share Plans Pty Limited (WESAP DFE Control A/C)||4,303,518||0.38%|
|CPU Share Plans Pty Limited (WES Exu Control A/C)||3,578,549||0.32%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited (Wrap Services A/C)||3,343,925||0.29%|
|Milton Corporation Limited||2,877,375||0.25%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd (Drp A/C)||2,301,005||0.20%|
|National Nominees Limited (N A/C)||1,990,856||0.18%|
|Mutual Trust Pty Ltd||1,884,009||0.17%|
|Australian Executor Trustees Limited (IPS Super A/C)||1,613,061||0.14%|
|Mr Peter Alexander Brown||1,552,825||0.14%|