Company Profile

Goodman Property Trust

Goodman Property Trust is an externally managed real estate investment trust with a portfolio of commercial and industrial properties valued at more than $2 billion. The trust is managed by ASX listed Goodman Group. The trust is also a real estate developer with a stream of ‘design-build’ and ‘build-to-lease’ projects in the pipeline.

Goodman is the largest listed property investor listed on the NZX with a market capitalisation of over $3 billion in 2020. John Dakin has led the company as CEO since 2003.


Announcements
Title Date Type
GMT active year supports strong results Thu, May 19 2022 08:34 am FLLYR
GMT fourth quarter distribution Thu, May 19 2022 08:31 am CORPACT
GMT Annual Meeting and Independent Director Nominations Tue, May 10 2022 08:41 am GENERAL
GMT Annual Result Details Thu, May 05 2022 09:16 am GENERAL
D&O Disclosure Notice - Andy Eakin Mon, May 02 2022 01:10 pm SHINTR
D&O Disclosure Notice - Andy Eakin Tue, Apr 12 2022 03:57 pm SHINTR
GMT Bond Issuer Green Bond Offer – Final Terms Sheet Thu, Apr 07 2022 02:33 pm OFFER
GMT Bond Issuer Green Bond Offer – Interest Rate Set Thu, Apr 07 2022 01:51 pm OFFER
GMT Bond Issuer Green Bond Offer – Books Closed Thu, Apr 07 2022 12:52 pm OFFER
GMT Bond Issuer Green Bond – Revised Indicative Margin Wed, Apr 06 2022 09:05 am OFFER
Directors and Executives
Laurissa Cooney
Independent Director
John Dakin
Chief Executive Officer
Andy Eakin
Chief Financial Officer
Leonie Freeman
Independent Director
David Gibson
Independent Director
Greg Goodman
Non-Executive Director
Phillip J Pryke
Non-Executive Director
Anton Shead
Company Secretary
Keith Smith
Independent Chairman
Company Details
Registered Office: Level 2, KPMG Centre, 18 Viaduct Harbour Avenue
Postal Address: PO Box 90940, Victoria Street West, Auckland 1142
Telephone: +64 9 375 6060
Facsimile: +64 9 375 6061
Website: https://nz.goodman.com/
First Listed: 03/06/1999
Balance Date: 31 March
AGM: 07/07/2021
Major Holdings Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Current
23/07/21 Goodman Investment Holdings (NZ) Li 345,971,371 21.76 24.76
29/04/21 Commonwealth Bank of Australia 37,002,672 - 4.98
11/06/20 Accident Compensation Corporation 69,315,287 5.00 5.00
Director’s Interests Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Details Other
12/04/22 Andrew Jonathan Eakin 130,000 - - -
07/12/21 Gregory Leith Goodman 38,604,546 - - -
13/09/21 Keith Raymond Smith 488,913 - - -
04/06/21 Anton Gerard Shead 556,143 - - -
02/02/21 David Edward James Gibs 52,100 - - -
20/08/20 John Dakin 2,249,288 - - -
31/10/19 Peter H Simmonds 210,505 - - -
20/07/17 Phillip J Pryke 13,352 - - -
22/05/17 Susan Paterson 329,060 - - -
24/05/16 Kevin Smith 462,654 0.04 - -
Analysts’ Forecasts
profit2021 profit2022 eps2021 dps2021 sales2021 ebit2021 ebitda2021
mean 381.1 232.5 7.2 6.1 159.2 140.6 143.7
high 659.0 232.5 7.4 6.7 159.2 140.6 146.7
low 103.3 232.5 7.0 5.6 159.2 140.6 140.6
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Last Updated: 07/12/2021
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