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ALD's Principal Activity is the purchase, supply, refining, distribution and sale of petroleum products and the operation of convenience stores throughout Australia and the north island of New Zealand under Gull NZ brand.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||+6.49%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-16.48%|
|ASX Rank||75 of 2,466|
|Sector Rank||5 of 158|
Ampol Limited (ALD, formerly Caltex Australia Limited) is a transport fuel supplier and convenience retailers with involvement in purchase, refining, distribution and sale of petroleum products and the operation of convenience stores throughout Australia and the north island of New Zealand under Gull NZ.
Incorporated in Vic on 17/05/1935 as California Asphalts Products Pty Ltd. Name changed to Caltex Australia Ltd on 18/03/1981.
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|Dividend yield||2.73 %|
|Mr Gary Malcolm Smith||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2020||
Mr Gary Malcolm Smith
Mr Smith has oil industry experience with a career in oil and gas which spans 40 years, including 20 years with Shell in various roles including Refinery Manager, Clyde Refinery, Sydney from 1997 to 2002 and General Manager of LNG shipping, London from 2002 to 2005. Between 2002 and 2005 he also served as President and Director of SIGTTO (Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators) before being appointed as CEO of Golar LNG (NASDAQ GLNG) from 2006 to 2009. He rejoined Golar as CEO in February 2015 and then joined Poten & Partners as Manager, Commercial LNG in 2016.
|Mr Michael (Mike) Francis Ihlein||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2020||
Mr Michael (Mike) Francis Ihlein
Mr Ihlein has experience across fast moving consumer goods and supply chain logistics companies. He held roles at Coca Cola Amatil Limited including Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer as well as Managing Director, Coca Cola Amatil Poland. Subsequently, he was Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer at Brambles Limited prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer until his retirement. He also serves on the Boards of Ampol Limited, CSR Limited, Scentre Group Limited and the not for profit mentoring organisation Kilfinan Australia. Mr Ihlein is a Chair of the Finance Committee and a member of the People Committee.
|Mr Matthew Halliday||Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director||Mar 2020||
Mr Matthew Halliday
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
Mr Halliday brings ASX-listed company experience in Australia and overseas. Prior to joining Ampol, he has a career with Rio Tinto spanning 20 years, where he held senior finance and commercial roles across several divisions and geographies.
|Mr Mark Peter Chellew||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2018||
Mr Mark Peter Chellew
Mr Chellew brings to the Board international expertise in industry, strategy, governance and large capital projects with a background in manufacturing, mining and process industries. He is currently Chairman of Cleanaway Waste Management Limited and a director of Infigen Energy Limited. Mark was formerly Chairman of the industry body Manufacturing Australia and a former director of Virgin Australia Holdings Limited. Mark was the Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Adelaide Brighton and prior to that, held executive positions at Blue Circle Industries and CSR. He is Member of Safety and Sustainability Committee and Human Resources Committee.
|Ms Penelope (Penny) Ann Winn||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2018||
Ms Penelope (Penny) Ann Winn
Ms Winn is currently a director of CSR Limited (since November 2015), director of Ampol Limited (since November 2015) and director of Coca-Cola Amatil Limited (since December 2019). Penny was formerly the Chair of Port Waratah Coal Services Limited (June 2015 - December 2019). Penny has over 30 years of experience in retail, supply chain and digital strategy in senior management roles in Australia and overseas, including as Director Group Retail Services with Woolworths Limited (2011 - 2015) where she was responsible for leading the Logistics and Information Technology divisions, Online Retailing and the Customer Engagement teams across the organisation. She has previously served as a director of a Woolworths business, Greengrocer.com, a Myer business, sass & bide, and Quantium Group. She is Member of Risk and Compliance Committee.
|Ms Melinda Blanton Conrad||Non-Executive Director||Aug 2016||
Ms Melinda Blanton Conrad
Ms Conrad was appointed a director of ASX in August 2016. She has over 20 years experience in business strategy and marketing, and brings skills and insights as an executive and director from a range of industries, including retail, financial services and healthcare. Ms Conrad has been a strategy and marketing adviser, an executive with Colgate-Palmolive, and founded and managed a retail business. She was appointed a director of Stockland Corporation Limited and Stockland Trust in May 2018 and Caltex Australia Limited in March 2017. Ms Conrad's previous appointments include director of OFX Group Limited between September 2013 and September 2018, David Jones Limited between July 2013 and August 2014, APN News and Media Limited between January 2012 and February 2013, and Reject Shop Limited between August 2011 and June 2017. Ms Conrad is also a director of the Centre for Independent Studies and the George Institute for Global Health, and a Member of the ASIC Director Advisory Panel and the AICD Corporate Governance Committee.
|Ms Barbara Kay Ward||Non-Executive Director||Apr 2015||
Ms Barbara Kay Ward
Ms Ward brings to the Board strategic and financial expertise in senior management roles. Barbara is a director of Qantas Airways Limited, a number of Brookfield Multiplex Group companies and Crestone Holdings Limited. Barbara was formerly a director of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Lion Nathan Limited, Multiplex Limited, Data Advantage Limited, O'Connell Street Associates Pty Ltd, Allco Finance Group Limited, Rail Infrastructure Corporation, Delta Electricity, Ausgrid, Endeavour Energy and Essential Energy. She was also Chairman of Country Energy, NorthPower and HWW Limited, a Board member of Allens Arthur Robinson, The Sydney Opera House Trust and Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation and served on the Advisory Board of LEK Consulting. Barbara was Chief Executive Officer of Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services from 1993 to 1998. Prior to that, she held various positions at TNT Limited, including General Manager Finance, and also served as a Senior Ministerial Advisor to The Hon PJ Keating. She is Chairman of Human Resource Committee.
|Ms Elizabeth Blomfield Bryan||Non-Executive Director, Non-Executive Chairman||Dec 2014||
Ms Elizabeth Blomfield Bryan
Non-Executive Director, Non-Executive Chairman
Ms Bryan brings leadership, strategic and financial expertise from a range of industries to her role as Chairman. She has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, government policy and administration, and on the boards ofcompanies and statutory organisations. Elizabeth is also the Chairman of Insurance Manufacturers of Australia Pty Limited.
|Mr Trevor Bourne||Non-Executive Director, Non-Executive Chairman||Dec 2014||
Mr Trevor Bourne
Non-Executive Director, Non-Executive Chairman
Mr Bourne is an experienced Non-Executive Director with over 20 years in public and private company directorships in Australia and Asia. Trevor was a founding director of Origin Energy for 12 years, following the demerger from Boral. At Origin he chaired the Remuneration Committee and was a member of the Audit and Safety Committees. Trevor's executive career included 15 years at BHP, eight years with the then Orica subsidiary Incitec, and 15 years with Brambles - the last six of which as Managing Director of Australasia. Trevor was also a director of Caltex Australia for 13 years before retiring in May 2019. While at Caltex he chaired the OH&S Committee and was a member of the Remuneration Committee.
|Mr Bruce William Distin Morgan||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2012||
Mr Bruce William Distin Morgan
Mr Morgan is Chairman of Transport Asset Holding Entity of New South Wales (since July 2020), Sydney Water Corporation (since October 2013), a Director of Redkite, the University of NSW Foundation and Deputy Chair of the European Australian Business Council. He served as Chairman of the Board of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Australia between 2005 and 2012. In 2009, he was elected as a Member of the PwC International Board, serving a four-year term. He was previously a Director of Caltex Australia Ltd (2013 to May 2020) and Managing Partner of PwC's Sydney and Brisbane offices. An audit partner of the firm for over 25 years, he was having focus on the financial services and energy and mining sectors some of the firm's clients in Australia and internationally. He is a Member of the Health, Safety and Environment and Risk committee.
|Mr Steven Gregg||Non-Executive Director||Jul 2012||
Mr Steven Gregg
Mr Gregg is Chairman of Ampol Limited and a Director of Challenger Limited and William Inglis & Son Limited. He is also a Trustee of the Australian Museum Trust and Chairman of Unisson Disability Limited. He is the former Chairman of Goodman Fielder Limited and former Chairman of Austock Group Limited, and he was a Member of the Grant Samuel non-executive Advisory Board. Mr Gregg had an executive career in investment banking and management consulting, including as Global Head of Investment Banking and CEO at ABN Amro Bank, and Partner and Senior Adviser to McKinsey & Company. Mr Gregg has experience in corporate finance and capital management, strategic and commercial acumen, retailing and racing industry experience. He is Chair of People Committee.
ALD directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
See Director Transactions for all ASX companies.
|26/06/19||Julian Segal||Buy||+4,150||$23.987||$99,547||On-market trade|
|20/05/19||Julian Segal||Issued||141,360||$27.01||$3,818,134||Issue of securities|
|09/05/19||Trevor Bourne||Transfer||3,000||$25.73||$77,190||Off-market transfer|
|01/04/19||Julian Segal||Expiry||79,966||$26.19||$2,094,310||As advised by the company|
|01/04/19||Julian Segal||Exercise||21,539||$26.19||$564,106||Conversion of securities|
|01/04/19||Julian Segal||Issued||5,384||$26.19||$141,007||Conversion of securities|
|01/04/19||Julian Segal||Issued||16,155||$26.19||$423,099||Conversion of securities|
|21/11/18||Trevor Bourne||Buy||+1,000||$26.234||$26,234||On-market trade|
|14/11/18||Barbara Ward||Buy||+1,500||$26.96||$40,440||On-market trade|
|10/09/18||Melinda Conrad||Buy||+3,000||$29.151||$87,452||On-market trade|
|07/09/18||Mark Chellew||Buy||+1,400||$29.712||$41,597||On-market trade|
|31/08/18||Steven Gregg||Buy||+6,000||$30.218||$181,311||On-market trade|
|18/05/18||Julian Segal||Issued||103,890||$30.81||$3,200,851||Issue of securities|
|03/04/18||Julian Segal||Exercise||22,669||$31.42||$712,260||Conversion of securities|
|03/04/18||Julian Segal||Issued||5,667||$31.42||$178,057||Conversion of securities|
|03/04/18||Julian Segal||Issued||17,002||$31.42||$534,203||Conversion of securities|
|03/04/18||Julian Segal||Expiry||78,643||$31.42||$2,470,963||As advised by the company|
The current holdings of ALD directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Michael (Mike) Ihlein||01/06/2020||0||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Penelope (Penny) Winn||31/12/2019||N/A||5,911||N/A||N/A|
Data supplied by Morningstar and accurate on Feb 28, 2020.
It's not possible to publish a real-time Top 20 Shareholder list. Companies are not obliged to report this data (with the exception of Substantial Shareholders above 5%). If a company chooses to publish the data, it's usually once a year in their Annual Report.
All data is manually compiled so there might be a delay between the Annual Report being published and the data appearing on Market Index (<7 days for ASX 300 and up to 30 days for micro-caps).
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||88,181,799||35.31%|
|JP Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||63,567,137||25.46%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||30,964,837||12.40%|
|National Nominees Limited||10,240,200||4.10%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C>||6,089,964||2.44%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited (I)||5,040,017||2.02%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Limited <DRP>||4,164,740||1.67%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First Estate Inv A/C>||1,659,846||0.66%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited GSCO ECA||1,178,444||0.47%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2||635,844||0.25%|
|National Nominees Limited <N A/C>||630,700||0.25%|
|Warbont Nominees Pty Ltd <Unpaid Entrepot A/C>||607,088||0.24%|
|Neweconomy.com.au Nominees Pty Limited <900 account>||567,967||0.23%|
|AMP Life Limited||557,665||0.22%|
|Morgan Stanley Australia Securities (Nominee) Pty Limited <No. 1 Account>||493,642||0.20%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Limited Hub24 Custodial Serv Ltd DRP||416,185||0.17%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Limited <Arbitage Snc DRP>||402,694||0.16%|
|Milton Corporations Limited||394,000||0.16%|
|Mutual Trust Pty Limited||284,949||0.11%|
|Holding Size||1 - 1,000||1,001 - 5,000||5,001 - 10,000||10,001 - 100,000||100,001+||Total|
|No. of Shareholders||24,341||5,996||496||230||34||31,097|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held under multiple names so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
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|The Vanguard Group,Inc||28/02/2020||15,015,772||6.01|
|State Street Corporation and subsidiaries||28/02/2020||14,945,658||5.99|
|Australiansuper Pty Ltd||18/01/2021||28,190,866||11.29|
|Magellan Financial Group Limited||25/09/2020||12,535,002||5.02|
|Cooper Investors Pty Limited||28/10/2020||12,515,107||5.01|
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|18-01-21||Australiansuper Pty Ltd||2,595,071||10.25||11.29|
|28-10-20||Cooper Investors Pty Limited||--||--||5.01|
|25-09-20||Magellan Financial Group Limited||--||--||5.02|
|19-08-20||Australiansuper Pty Ltd||2,699,049||9.17||10.25|
|10-07-20||Magellan Financial Group Limited||--||--||5.06|
|24-06-20||Australiansuper Pty Ltd||4,833,739||7.23||9.17|
|11-06-20||Australiansuper Pty Ltd||2,777,658||6.12||7.23|
|10-06-20||Magellan Financial Group Limited||--||--||5.05|
|24-04-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||--||--||5.06|
|09-04-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||3,013,293||5.02||6.23|
|25-03-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||--||--||5.02|
|25-02-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||--||--||5.18|
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|19-08-20||Magellan Financial Group Limited||--||5.06||--|
|24-06-20||Magellan Financial Group Limited||--||5.05||--|
|28-04-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||--||5.06||--|
|22-04-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||--||6.23||--|
|19-03-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||--||5.18||--|
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