IVC's Principal Activity is the provider of funeral, cemetery, crematoria and related services.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-49.17%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-31.54%|
|ASX Rank||223 of 2,249|
|Sector Rank||22 of 135|
InvoCare Limited (IVC) owns and operates funeral homes, cemeteries and crematoria around Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. Key funeral brands are White Lady Funerals, Simplicity Funerals and Singapore Casket. IVC also operates over 290 funeral locations and 16 cemeteries and crematoria. InvoCare employs around 1,800 people globally.
Incorporated InvoCare was incorporated in NSW in April 2001. On 14/1/2004 the company changed its home branch from Melbourne to Sydney.
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|Ms Kim Elizabeth Anderson||Non-Executive Director||May 2021||
Ms Kim Elizabeth Anderson
Ms Anderson is an experienced ASX listed company director. She has more than 30 years' of experience as a CEO and senior executive in a range of companies including Southern Star Entertainment, PBL and NineMs.n. She also has digital business experience, both as an executive having established a start-up Reading Room Inc (bookstr.com) and as a Director on the boards of Carsales and Marley Spoon. Ms. Anderson is currently a Non-Executive Director of Carsales (ASX:CAR), Marley Spoon (ASX:MMM), Infomedia Limited (ASX:IFM) and the Sax Institute, a national company involved in promoting the use of research evidence in health policy. She was also a Non-Executive Director of WPP AUNZ (ASX: WPP) until the completion of its takeover by WPP PLC in April 2021. She is a former Fellow of the University of Sydney Senate. She will also be appointed as the Chair of the People and Culture Committee of IVC.
|Mr Olivier Jean-Marie Chretien||Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director||Jan 2021||
Mr Olivier Jean-Marie Chretien
Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director
Mr Chretien has experience in various senior leadership roles within ASX-listed, consumer-facing companies. Mr Chretien was recently Group Chief Strategy Officer with Ramsay Health Care, where he was in charge of Group Strategy, M&A and Ventures, the Australian Pharmacy business, and a Director of the European and Asian JV Boards. Prior to this, Olivier spent 12 years with Wesfarmers. His last role was Managing Director, Business Development for the Group, where he was also a Director of the retail divisional Boards (Coles, Bunnings, Kmart, Officeworks). He was previously the Managing Director of the Wesfarmers Industrial & Safety division for 7 years, with more than 250 locations across Australia, New Zealand, China, Indonesia and the UK. Prior to Wesfarmers, he spent 9 years with BCG in France and Australia, consulting to clients in the pharmaceuticals and travel & tourism services industries. He started his career in engineering.
|Ms Heidi Aldred||Company Secretary||Mar 2019|
|Ms Jacqueline (Jackie) McArthur||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2018||
Ms Jacqueline (Jackie) McArthur
Ms McArthur has over 20 years experience at board and executive levels in strategic planning processes, organisational design, operations, franchising systems, retail, supply chain, logistics, transport, food processing and manufacturing, brand issues and crisis management, risk management, corporate social responsibility and compliance issues, as well as governance at a global level, across Australia, Asia and globally. Recently she was managing director, Australia and New Zealand, of Martin-Brower ANZ, the exclusive distributor to McDonald's restaurants across Australia and New Zealand. Previously, for more than 13 years, she held range of senior executive positions with McDonalds, both in Australia and overseas, including vice president of supply chain for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and, in McDonalds Australia, as senior vice president chief restaurant support officer and vice president supply chain director. Jackie is a Director of listed companies Inghams Group Limited, Tassal Group Limited and Qube Holdings Limited. She serves on the Risk & Compliance Committee, Investment Committee.
|Ms Megan Louise Quinn||Non-Executive Director||Oct 2018||
Ms Megan Louise Quinn
Ms Quinn is internationally regarded as a transformation, marketing, retail and business expert and is invited to speak and consult on service, innovation, creativity, strategy, building a global brand, business excellence and customer experience for companies, conferences and media outlets around the world. Megan is a Director of listed companies City Chic Collective Limited and Reece Limited. Having previously served on the Board and national committee of UNICEF Australia, she is an advocate for the Rights of the Child. She serves on the Risk & Compliance Committee, People and Culture Committee.
|Mr Keith William Skinner||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2018||
Mr Keith William Skinner
Mr Skinner has a record in business management, restructuring, finance, accounting, risk and governance. He commenced his career as an auditor with Deloitte Australia in 1974, later moving to the firm's Restructuring Services division. He was a practitioner for company turnarounds for over a decade, before becoming Chief Operating Officer of Deloitte Australia in 2001. Since retirement in 2015, Keith has been a Director of a number of public and private organisations including Emeco Holdings Limited, North Sydney Local Health Board and not for profit organisation Lysicrates Foundation. He has also been Independent Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee of the Australian Digital and Health Agency and has consulted to a number of organisations on strategy execution, restructuring and operational improvement. He is the Chair of Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee and serves on the Investment Committee.
|Mr Bart Vogel||Non-Executive Director,Non-Executive Chairman||Oct 2017||
Mr Bart Vogel
Non-Executive Director,Non-Executive Chairman
Mr Vogel career includes 20 years in the management consulting industry, as a partner with Deloitte Consulting, A.T. Kearney and Bain & Company, focused on the technology and services sectors. In his consulting roles, he has spent time working in global markets with multinational corporates and government bodies. He also spent 13 years in senior executive roles at Asurion Australia, Spherion Limited and as the Asia Pacific leader of Lucent Technologies. He is a director of Infomedia Ltd (serves as Chairman) and Macquarie Telecom Limited. He is also a Director of BAI Communications and of the Children's Cancer Institute Australia and was a Director of Salmat Limited. He serves on the Risk & Compliance Committee, People, Culture Committee.
|Mr Richard Hugh Davis||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2012||
Mr Richard Hugh Davis
Mr Davis he held the position of Chief Executive Officer and successfully initiated and managed the growth of the business through a number of ownership changes and over 20 acquisitions, including Singapore Casket Company (Private) Limited. Richard is the Chairman of Australian Vintage Limited and Monash IVF Group Limited. Richard is also serving as Chairman of Singapore Casket Company (Private) Limited. He is the Chair of Investment Committee and serves on the People and Culture Committee.
|Adrian Gratwicke||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
|Lynne Gallucci||Executive General Manager - Australian Funerals||N/A|
|Steve Nobbs||Executive General Manager - Cemeteries & Crematoria||N/A|
|Victoria Doidge||Executive General Manager - Customer||N/A|
|Grace Westdorp||Executive General Manager - Health, Safety and Sustainability||N/A|
|Amanda Tober||Executive General Manager - Human Resources||N/A|
|Fergus Kelly||Executive General Manager - Stakeholder Engagement||N/A|
IVC directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|12/03/21||Richard Davis||Sell||+30,000||$11.167||($335,000)||On-market trade|
|05/10/20||Martin Earp||Issued||272,934||$13.81||$3,769,218||Issue of options|
|05/10/20||Martin Earp||Issued||14,098||$13.81||$194,693||Issue of securities|
|05/10/20||Martin Earp||Issued||550||$11.169||$6,143||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|05/10/20||Bart Vogel||Issued||330||$11.479||$3,788||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|20/05/20||Bart Vogel||Buy||+2,884||$10.40||$29,993||Participation in share purchase plan|
|20/05/20||Martin Earp||Buy||+2,884||$10.40||$29,993||Participation in share purchase plan|
|20/05/20||Keith Skinner||Buy||+2,884||$10.40||$29,993||Participation in share purchase plan|
|20/05/20||Jacqueline (Jackie) McArthur||Buy||+480||$10.40||$4,992||Participation in share purchase plan|
|18/03/20||Richard Davis||Sell||+40,000||$14.01||($560,400)||On-market trade|
|17/03/20||Martin Earp||Sell||+19,835||$13.50||($267,772)||On-market trade|
|17/03/20||Martin Earp||Buy||+12,882||$13.81||$177,900||Conversion of securities|
|17/03/20||Martin Earp||Exercise||723,501||$13.81||$9,991,548||Exercise of options|
|17/03/20||Martin Earp||Exercise||7,078||$13.81||$97,747||Conversion of securities|
|17/03/20||Martin Earp||Sell||+714||$13.50||($9,639)||On-market trade|
|17/03/20||Martin Earp||Exercise||5,804||$13.81||$80,153||Conversion of securities|
|04/10/19||Martin Earp||Issued||274||$13.85||$3,795||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|04/10/19||Bart Vogel||Issued||201||$13.85||$2,784||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|14/06/19||Martin Earp||Issued||13,072||$14.46||$189,021||Issue of securities|
|14/06/19||Martin Earp||Issued||225,923||$2.51||$567,067||Issue of securities|
|03/06/19||Jacqueline (Jackie) McArthur||Buy||+2,000||$15.52||$31,040||On-market trade|
|12/04/19||Bart Vogel||Issued||214||$13.66||$2,923||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|12/04/19||Martin Earp||Issued||305||$13.66||$4,166||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|11/04/19||Bart Vogel||Issued||714||$14.00||$9,996||Participation in share purchase plan|
|11/04/19||Martin Earp||Issued||714||$14.00||$9,996||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/04/19||Jacqueline (Jackie) McArthur||Buy||+2,000||$14.45||$28,900||On-market trade|
|04/04/19||Keith Skinner||Buy||+1,084||$13.85||$15,013||On-market trade|
|01/04/19||Richard Davis||Sell||+10,000||$14.05||($140,500)||On-market trade|
|13/03/19||Richard Davis||Sell||+50,000||$13.80||($690,000)||On-market trade|
|05/10/18||Gary Stead||Issued||181||$12.08||$2,186||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|19/09/18||Martin Earp||Exercise||3,539||$12.09||$42,787||Conversion of securities|
|19/09/18||Martin Earp||Buy||+3,535||$12.09||$42,738||Conversion of securities|
|06/09/18||Richard Davis||Sell||+40,000||$12.65||($506,000)||On-market trade|
|27/08/18||Bart Vogel||Buy||+2,965||$12.58||$37,300||On-market trade|
|15/06/18||Richard Davis||Sell||+10,000||$13.42||($134,200)||On-market trade|
|06/06/18||Richard Davis||Sell||+20,000||$13.10||($262,000)||On-market trade|
|04/06/18||Richard Davis||Sell||+20,000||$13.48||($269,600)||On-market trade|
|01/06/18||Martin Earp||Issued||13,589||$13.91||$189,023||Issue of securities|
|01/06/18||Martin Earp||Buy||+1,532||$13.00||$19,916||On-market trade|
|24/05/18||Bart Vogel||Buy||+5,000||$12.50||$62,500||On-market trade|
The current holdings of IVC directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Jacqueline (Jackie) McArthur||31/12/2020||N/A||4,480||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 (%)|
|Kuang Ming Investments Pte Limited||27/04/2021||7,220,447||5.01|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|27-04-21||Kuang Ming Investments Pte Limited||7,220,447||--||5.01|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|Year||Closing Price||Last Trade|
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