EDV's Principal Activity is the operates Australiaï¿½?s largest retail drinks network and the nationï¿½?s largest portfolio of hotels
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|Sector Rank||3 of 86|
Endeavour Group Limited (EDV) operates Australia's retail drinks network through Dan Murphy's and BWS, and the portfolio of licensed hospitality venues. It also owns bottling facilities and wineries as part of its products and services capabilities.
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|Mr Bruce Lawrence Mathieson (Snr)||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Mr Bruce Lawrence Mathieson (Snr)
Mr Mathieson is a pioneer in the Australian hotel, leisure and hospitality sector and a well-respected member of the Australian business community. He has management, transactional and investment experience across several industries, including property development, stockbroking, and technology ventures in security, medical and water management. He has been involved in acquiring, divesting and the operation of hotels across Australia for over 45 years. He is the former Chief Executive of ALH Group, the joint venture between Woolworths Group and BMG, which now forms part of Endeavour Group and in which He has a substantial shareholding interest. Prior to entering the hotel business, he had his own metal fabricating business. He serves as director of Mayne Pharma Group Limited and has been a director of Endeavour Group (and formerly of ALH Group) since creation of the joint venture. He was previously a director of the Carlton Football Club. His directorships of other listed entities in the past three years include at Mayne Pharma Group Limited.
|Mr Duncan Harold Makeig||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Mr Duncan Harold Makeig
has substantial legal and corporate governance expertise and international experience in the fast-moving consumer goods sector. His management career spanned over 30 years, having held a number of senior leadership positions, including serving as the Managing Director for Lion Asia Dairy and in General Counsel, Company Secretary and Corporate and Government affairs roles for Lion Nathan, PepsiCo Australasia/Africa and the Tricon Restaurants (now known as Yum! Brands Inc) which operates food outlets such as KFC and Pizza Hut. His is currently the Chief Executive and co-founder of brand-building consultancy firm, China Road. His is also the chairman of New Zealand listed company Good Spirits Hospitality Limited, chairman of each of the Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation Limited and Curing Homesickness Limited, a director of The Better Bar Company Limited and Wirrabilla Pastoral Pty Limited and part owner of the Royal Hotel, Wyong. He was previously the chairman of Heineken-Lion Australia and a director of Banksia Wines Pty Limited and Bevchain Pty Limited. Directorships of other listed entities in the past three years include at Good Spirits Hospitality Limited
|Mr Colin Grahame Storrie||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Mr Colin Grahame Storrie
Mr Storrie has over 25 years' experience in senior roles in listed companies, investment banking and government, including Chief Financial Officer positions at both Qantas Airways Limited and AMP Limited. Until June 2021, he was the Managing Director of New Business and Partnerships at Woolworths. Prior to that, he held various senior roles at Woolworths and had been a member of its executive committee from 2016. He has been a director of Endeavour Group Limited since 2019 and ALH Group Pty Ltd since 2017. He is Chairman of PFD Food Services Ltd, and is also a director of The Quantium Group Holdings Pty Limited (data and analytics) and North Queensland Airports. He is also an Investment Committee member of W23 Pty Ltd (Venture Investments) and an Advisory Board Member with Commencer Capital. He was previously a director of UNICEF Australia, AIG Australia Limited, Qantas Airways Limited, Qantas Superannuation Limited and AMP Bank Limited.
|Mr Peter Roland Hearl||Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Mr Peter Roland Hearl
Non-Executive Chairman,Non-Executive Director
Mr Hearl is an experienced listed company director and has extensive business, international and executive leadership experience in the fast-moving consumer goods and energy sectors. His international career included leadership roles for PepsiCo Restaurants and Yum! Brands Inc., including the positions of Executive Vice President International, President of Pizza Hut and Yum!'s global Chief Operations and Development Officer. Prior to moving into the consumer goods industry, he held various roles with Exxon in Australia and the United States over an 18-year period. He is a director of Telstra Corporation Limited and Santos Limited. He is also a member of the Australian School of Business Alumni Leaders Group at The University of New South Wales and is a trustee of the Stepping Stone Foundation and a member of its Investment Committee. He was previously a director of ASX-listed Treasury Wine Estates Limited, Goodman Fielder Limited and US-based Westport Resources. His directorships of other listed entities in the past three years include Telstra Corporation Limited and Santos Limited.
|Ms Joanne (Joe) Elizabeth Pollard||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Ms Joanne (Joe) Elizabeth Pollard
Ms Pollard has domestic and international experience in telecommunications, media, marketing and sports industries. She has a significant understanding of customer management, marketing, cultural transformation and digital disruption. She was previously Group Executive of Media and Marketing at Telstra and Chief Executive of Ninemsn and Publicis Mojo. During her 30-year executive career, she has held various other leadership roles in sales, marketing, media, digital and content at PBL Media, Nike Inc and Mindshare. She is now a senior advisor in customer management, technology and marketing communications to a diverse range of clients, including Business Council of Australia and Austrade. She is also a member of Chief Executive Women. She is a director of Greencross Limited and is a member of its Audit and Risk Committee. She was previously a director of Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited, AMP Bank Limited, Michelle Bridge's 12WBT, I-Select, the Interactive Advertising Bureau and Australian Association of National Advertisers. She is a director of oOH!media and a member of its Remuneration and Nomination Committee, and is also a director of RACAT Group. She was also a director of oOH!media
|Ms Holly Suzanna Kramer||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Ms Holly Suzanna Kramer
Ms Kramer is a listed company director and has substantial leadership and retail experience. She is a former Chief Executive of Best & Less. She has had more than 25 years' experience in executive and general management and product and marketing roles at Telstra Corporation, Pacific Brands and the Ford Motor Company. She is a director of Woolworths Group Limited, Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited and Abacus Property Group. She is Pro Chancellor at Western Sydney University, and a director at GO (Goodes-O'Loughlin) Foundation and The Ethics Centre, as well as a member of the Bain Advisory Council. Holly previously served as deputy chair of Australia Post, chair of Lendi Pty Ltd and as a director of AMP Limited, Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited and 2XU Limited. Directorships of other listed entities in the past three years: Woolworths Group Limited, Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited and Abacus Property Group
|Ms Catherine Jane West||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Ms Catherine Jane West
Ms West has over 25 years of legal, business affairs and strategy experience in media, entertainment, telecommunications and the medical sectors in Australia, the United Kingdom and Europe. Her most recent executive role was Director of Legal Content, Commercial and Joint Ventures for Sky Plc in the United Kingdom, where she managed complex corporate and commercial transactions in highly competitive and regulated environments. She is currently a strategy and business affairs consultant to media companies internationally and to the healthcare sector. She is a director of Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited, Peter Warren Automotive Holding Limited and Monash IVF Group. She is also vice-president of the Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse, a director of the National Institute of Dramatic Art and NIDA Foundation Trust and a governor of Wenona School. She was previously on the board of Southern Phone Company and was a committee member of British Academy of Film and Television Arts. Directorships of other listed entities in the past three years: Nine Entertainment Co. Holdings Limited, Peter Warren Automotive Holdings Limited and Monash IVF Group Limited.
|Mr Stephen (Steve) James Donohue||Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director||Jun 2021||
Mr Stephen (Steve) James Donohue
Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director
Mr Donohue has over 25 years' experience in the retail industry and has a deep appreciation for core retail principles, and a strong focus on the customer experience. He has held a broad range of roles in the Endeavour Drinks business since commencing as a store manager at Dan Murphy's in 1994. As CEO, Steve is focused on enabling great drinks and hospitality experiences for customers, building the business sustainably and embracing entrepreneurship and innovation. Prior to being appointed the Managing Director of Endeavour Drinks in 2018, Steve gained broad experience across the Endeavour Drinks business, having held senior buying, merchandising and marketing roles at Dan Murph's and BWS. Earlier, he held the role of Director of Buying and Merchandising for Woolworths Supermarkets.
|Ms Taryn Leigh Morton||Company Secretary||N/A|
|Shane Gannon||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
|Bruce Mathieson Jr||Managing Director, ALH Group||N/A|
|Scott Davidson||Managing Director, BWS||N/A|
|Alex Freudmann||Managing Director, Dan Murphy's||N/A|
EDV directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|17/09/21||Bruce Mathieson (Snr)||Buy||+1,180,873||$6.455||$7,622,180||On-market trade|
|16/09/21||Bruce Mathieson (Snr)||Buy||+5,734,524||$6.499||$37,267,524||On-market trade|
|15/09/21||Bruce Mathieson (Snr)||Buy||+1,500,000||$6.483||$9,724,650||On-market trade|
|13/09/21||Joanne (Joe) Pollard||Buy||+7,500||$6.688||$50,157||On-market trade|
|02/09/21||Duncan Makeig||Buy||+7,042||$7.00||$49,294||On-market trade|
|02/09/21||Peter Hearl||Buy||+75,000||$6.929||$519,697||On-market trade|
The current holdings of EDV directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Bruce Mathieson (Snr)||17/09/2021||N/A||269,998,492||N/A||N/A|
|Joanne (Joe) Pollard||13/09/2021||0||7,500||N/A||N/A|
|Stephen (Steve) Donohue||08/09/2021||26,077||N/A||N/A||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Woolworths Group Limited||01/07/2021||261,486,309||14.60|
|Bruce Lawrence Mathieson||01/07/2021||261,584,693||14.60|
|Australiansuper Pty Ltd||30/09/2021||95,644,774||5.34|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|30-09-21||Australiansuper Pty Ltd||95,644,774||--||5.34|
|01-07-21||Woolworths Group Limited||261,486,309||--||14.60|
|01-07-21||Bruce Lawrence Mathieson||261,584,693||--||14.60|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
No sell transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
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