PPT's Principal Activity is the portfolio management, financial planning, trustee, responsible entity and compliance services, executor services, investment administration and custody services.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||-18.81%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||-10.25%|
|ASX Rank||188 of 2,295|
|Sector Rank||25 of 130|
Perpetual Limited (PPT) is involved in portfolio management; financial planning; trustee, responsible entity and compliance services; executor services; investment administration; and custody services. PPT comprises of four core businesses: Perpetual Investment, Perpetual Private, Corporate Trusts and Group Support services.
Incorporated in NSW on 31/07/1963 as Perpetual Trustees Australia Ltd. Name changed to Perpetual Limited (PPT) on 20/01/2006.
DPS and Yield calculations use the Pay Date.
See Upcoming Dividends for all ASX companies.
|DRP Features||2.5% discount|
|Ms Mona Aboelnaga Kanaan||Non-Executive Director||Jun 2021||
Ms Mona Aboelnaga Kanaan
Ms Kanaan is an experienced director, entrepreneur and asset management executive who has held leadership positions over a career spanning more than thirty years. She is currently the Managing Partner of K6 Investments LLC, an independent private equity firm founded in 2011. She was previously President and CEO of Proctor Investment Managers LLC, a specialist investment firm founded, which focuses on both investing in and growing asset management businesses globally. Ms Aboelnaga Kanaan is currently a Director of NYSE listed financial services company, Sterling Bancorp and has served as a Board Member of traditional and alternative asset managers including Siguler Guff's BDC and Peridiem Global Investors. She also has non-profit board experience in those fields including as an investment committee member of sizeable educational endowments.
|Ms Sylvie Dimarco||Head of Group Company Secretariat & Governance,Company Secretary||Apr 2020|
|Ms Fiona Trafford-Walker||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2019||
Ms Fiona Trafford-Walker
Ms TraffordWalker has 28 years of senior executive and business management experience within the investment industry and has knowledge of investment management and a institutional and international perspective. Ms Trafford-Walker began her career in investment consultancy in 1992, and until December 2019 was an Investment Director at Frontier Advisors (Frontier). At times during her tenure, she was in charge for the development and on-going management of Frontier's business, as well as providing investment and governance advice to a number of the firm's clients. Currently Ms Trafford-Walker is a Non-executive Director of Victorian Funds Management Corporation and an Investment Committee Member of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. Ms Trafford-Walker is a Member of the Investment Committee and People Committee.
|Mr Gregory John Andrew Cooper||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2019||
Mr Gregory John Andrew Cooper
Mr Cooper has more than 26 years of investment industry experience in the UK, Asia and Australia with a understanding of international funds management. Mr Cooper brings financial services and strategy expertise predominantly gained from his executive career at Schroders where he was the Chief Executive Officer from 2006 to 2018 with responsibility for Schroders institutional business across Asia Pacific and then globally. Mr Cooper currently serves as a Non-executive Director of NSW Treasury Corporation, where he also chairs the Investment Committee. He is a Non-executive Director of Colonial First State Investments Limited, Catholic Church Insurance, OpenInvest Holdings, the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation and Kincoppal-Rose Bay School of Sacred Heart. Previously Mr Cooper acted as a Non-executive Director to the Financial Services Council and held the position of Chairman from 2014 to 2016. Mr Cooper is a Member of the Risk and Compliance, Investment and People Committee.
|Mr Robert (Rob) Adams||Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director||Sep 2018||
Mr Robert (Rob) Adams
Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director
Mr Adams is a financial services business leader with over 30 years experience locally and globally across funds management, financial advice and fiduciary services. Mr Adams was Head of Pan-Asia and a Member of the Global Executive Committee of Janus Henderson where he had been for six years. Prior to that, he was Chief Executive of Challenger Funds Management, and was then previously CEO of First State Investments UK. He is Chairman of the Abbotsleigh Foundation.
|Mr Anthony (Tony) Michael D'Aloisio||Non-Executive Director,Non-Executive Chairman||Dec 2016||
Mr Anthony (Tony) Michael D'Aloisio
Non-Executive Director,Non-Executive Chairman
Mr D'Aloisio was formerly Commissioner for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in 2006 and Chairman in 2007 for a four-year term. He was Chairman of the (International) Joint Forum of the Basel Committee on banking supervision from 2009-2011. He is a Board Member of Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery Ltd and President of the European Capital Markets Cooperative Research Centre. Mr D'Aloisio has almost 40 years experience in both executive and non-executive roles in commercial and Government enterprises. He has held senior positions in both local and international bodies and has knowledge of the financial markets sector.
|Ms Nancy Fox||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2015||
Ms Nancy Fox
Ms Fox has more than 30 years experience in financial services, securitisation and risk management gained in Australia, the US and across Asia. She was Managing Director for Ambac Assurance Corporation from 2001 to 2011 and previously Managing Director of ABN Amro Australia from 1997 to 2001. She is currently a Non-executive Director of ING Bank Australia and Lawcover Pty Ltd and Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Taronga Conservation Society Australia. Ms Fox brings to the Board a knowledge of financial services businesses and experience with securitisation, regulatory frameworks, risk management and governance. She is the Chairman of the People Committee and a Member of the Risk and Compliance Committee.
|Mr Ian Hammond||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2015||
Mr Ian Hammond
Mr Hammond was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers for 26 years and during that time held a range of senior management positions including partner for financial institutions. He has previously been a Member of the Australian Accounting Standards Board and represented Australia on the International Accounting Standards Board. Mr Hammond is a Non-executive Director of Venues NSW and a Board Member of not-for-profit organisations including Mission Australia and Chris O'Brien Lifehouse. Mr Hammond has a knowledge of the financial services industry and has expertise in financial reporting and risk management. He is Chairman of the Risk and Compliance Committee and a Member of Investment Committee.
|Mr P Craig Ueland||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2012||
Mr P Craig Ueland
Mr Ueland was formerly President and Chief Executive Officer of Russell Investments. He previously served as Russell's Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Managing Director of International Operations, which he led from both London and the firm's headquarters in the US. Mr Ueland chairs the Endowment Investment Committee for The Benevolent Society, is a Board Member of the Stanford Australia Foundation and the Board of OneVentures Innovation and Growth Fund II. Mr Ueland has knowledge of financial markets and the investment management industry, gleaned from more than 20 years as a senior executive of a investment firm, along with a commitment to leadership development and corporate strategy development and execution. He is Chairman of the Investment Committee and a Member of the Risk and Compliance Committee.
|Chris Green||Chief Financial Officer||N/A|
|Amanda Gazal||Chief Operating Officer||N/A|
|Sam Mosse||Chief Risk Officer||N/A|
|David Lane||Group Executive, International Asset Management||N/A|
|Richard McCarthy||Group Executive, Perpetual Corporate Trust||N/A|
|Mark Smith||Group Executive, Perpetual Private||N/A|
PPT directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
See Director Transactions for all ASX companies.
|26/03/21||Gregory Cooper||Issued||145||$32.338||$4,689||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|26/03/21||Fiona Trafford-Walker||Issued||45||$32.333||$1,455||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|26/03/21||Ian Hammond||Issued||190||$32.342||$6,145||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|26/03/21||Ian Hammond||Issued||55||$32.327||$1,778||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|05/03/21||Ian Hammond||Buy||+3,300||$113.775||$375,457||On-market trade|
|26/02/21||Nancy Fox||Buy||+650||$30.654||$19,925||On-market trade|
|23/02/21||Fiona Trafford-Walker||Buy||+332||$30.458||$10,112||On-market trade|
|22/02/21||Gregory Cooper||Buy||+3,900||$30.675||$119,631||On-market trade|
|09/11/20||Robert (Rob) Adams||Issued||43,875||$28.28||$1,240,785||Issue of securities|
|30/09/20||P Craig Ueland||Buy||+4,000||$28.10||$112,400||On-market trade|
|25/09/20||Ian Hammond||Issued||126||$28.54||$3,596||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|25/09/20||Ian Hammond||Issued||36||$28.528||$1,027||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|11/09/20||Fiona Trafford-Walker||Buy||+702||$28.729||$20,168||On-market trade|
|10/09/20||Fiona Trafford-Walker||Buy||+724||$28.739||$20,807||On-market trade|
|04/09/20||Anthony (Tony) D'Aloisio||Buy||+991||$30.30||$30,027||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/09/20||Nancy Fox||Buy||+991||$30.30||$30,027||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/09/20||Gregory Cooper||Buy||+713||$30.299||$21,603||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/09/20||Ian Hammond||Buy||+991||$30.30||$30,027||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/09/20||Ian Hammond||Buy||+856||$30.299||$25,936||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/09/20||P Craig Ueland||Buy||+991||$30.30||$30,027||Participation in share purchase plan|
|04/09/20||Robert (Rob) Adams||Buy||+1,957||$30.30||$59,297||Participation in share purchase plan|
|27/03/20||Ian Hammond||Issued||225||$28.053||$6,312||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|27/03/20||Ian Hammond||Issued||43||$28.047||$1,206||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|24/10/19||Robert (Rob) Adams||Issued||21,102||$42.01||$886,495||Issue of securities|
|17/10/19||Gregory Cooper||Buy||+1,000||$35.45||$35,450||On-market trade|
|30/09/19||Sylvia Falzon||Issued||97||$36.699||$3,560||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|30/09/19||Ian Hammond||Issued||105||$36.699||$3,853||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|30/09/19||Ian Hammond||Issued||39||$36.699||$1,431||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|30/09/19||Philip Bullock||Issued||147||$36.699||$5,395||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|10/09/19||Ian Hammond||Buy||+2,800||$35.99||$100,772||As advised by the company|
|29/03/19||Sylvia Falzon||Issued||83||$41.624||$3,455||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|29/03/19||Philip Bullock||Issued||126||$41.624||$5,245||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|29/03/19||Ian Hammond||Issued||89||$41.624||$3,705||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|29/03/19||Ian Hammond||Issued||32||$41.624||$1,332||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|21/12/18||Sylvia Falzon||Buy||+2,200||$30.67||$67,474||On-market trade|
|18/12/18||Robert (Rob) Adams||Buy||+7,000||$32.046||$224,320||On-market trade|
|08/10/18||Ian Hammond||Issued||35||$42.198||$1,477||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|08/10/18||Ian Hammond||Issued||96||$42.198||$4,051||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|08/10/18||Philip Bullock||Issued||135||$42.198||$5,697||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|08/10/18||Sylvia Falzon||Issued||89||$42.198||$3,756||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|08/10/18||Anthony (Tony) D'Aloisio||Issued||260||$42.198||$10,972||Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP)|
|31/08/18||Nancy Fox||Buy||+700||$43.917||$30,742||On-market trade|
|31/08/18||Philip Bullock||Buy||+450||$43.831||$19,724||On-market trade|
The current holdings of PPT directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|P Craig Ueland||30/09/2020||N/A||7,991||N/A||N/A|
|Robert (Rob) Adams||04/09/2020||8,835||10,312||N/A||N/A|
|Anthony (Tony) D'Aloisio||04/09/2020||N/A||9,072||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 (%)|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|28-07-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||2,462,569||--||5.20|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Sold||Previous %||New %|
|31-07-20||UBS Group AG and its related bodies corporate||2,462,569||5.20||--|
|Year||Closing Price||Last Trade|
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