Company Profile

Heartland Group Holdings

Heartland Group Holdings Limited (NZX:HGH) is a financial services group with operations in New Zealand and Australia.

In New Zealand, Heartland Bank Limited (NZX:HBL) is a registered bank that focuses on 'best or only' banking products in three key markets: Household (which includes investment products, consumer lending, reverse mortgages and motor vehicle lending); Business; and Rural. In Australia, Heartland is a specialist provider of reverse mortgage loans and also provides funding to partners in the Small Business and Consumer Lending sectors.


Announcements
Title Date Type
Heartland announces Deputy Group CEO and Bank CEO Thu, May 19 2022 09:28 am ADMIN
Heartland Australia issues Australian MTNs Mon, May 16 2022 08:54 am GENERAL
Heartland long-term ratings affirmed, Outlooks revised Thu, Apr 14 2022 09:46 am GENERAL
Heartland makes executive appointment, enhances its SMG Wed, Apr 06 2022 09:46 am GENERAL
Heartland to acquire livestock business in Australia Fri, Apr 01 2022 09:30 am TRANSACT
Ongoing Disclosure Notices - multiple Thu, Mar 31 2022 03:30 pm SHINTR
Ongoing Disclosure Notices - L Byrne Wed, Mar 30 2022 03:58 pm SHINTR
HGH 2022 Interim Dividend - ASX Appendix 2A Wed, Mar 16 2022 10:29 am CORPACT
Notification of Allotment of Securities Wed, Mar 16 2022 08:56 am SECISSUE
Heartland 2022 interim dividend: Updated ASX Appendix 3A Thu, Mar 10 2022 10:15 am CORPACT
Directors and Executives
Ellen Comerford
Independent Non-Executive Director
Andrew Dixson
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Drumm
Corporate Counsel
Jeff Greenslade
Chief Executive Officer
Kathryn Mitchell
Independent Director
Geoffrey Ricketts
Chair
Geoffrey Summerhayes Director
Greg Tomlinson
Non-Executive Director
Company Details
Registered Office: Level Three Heartland House,, 35 Teed Street, New Market, Auckland 1023
Postal Address: Level Three Heartland House,, 35 Teed Street, New Market, Auckland 1023
Telephone: 09-927-9136
Facsimile: n/a
Website: www.heartland.co.nz
First Listed: 01/02/2011
Balance Date: 30 June
AGM: 28/10/2021
Major Holdings Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Current
01/11/18 Harrogate Trustee Limited and Grego 53,975,036 - 9.55
Director’s Interests Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Details Other
31/03/22 Edward John Harvey 147,787 - - -
31/03/22 Bruce Robertson Irvine 617,822 - - -
11/10/21 Shelley Maree Ruha 158,536 - - -
03/06/21 Laura Anne Byrne 240,326 - - -
26/03/21 Andrew Peter Dixson 237,895 - - -
14/12/20 Jeffrey Kenneth Greensl 1,993,078 - - -
31/03/20 Christopher Patrick Fra 1,618,499 - - -
24/09/19 Gregory Raymond Tomlins 58,392,997 - - -
08/11/18 Geoffrey Thomas Rickett 13,267,285 - - -
08/11/18 Christopher Robert Mace 14,337,489 - - -
08/11/18 Graham Russell Kennedy 534,780 - - -
Analysts’ Forecasts
profit2021 profit2022 eps2021 dps2021 sales2021 ebit2021 ebitda2021
mean 89.8 97.1 15.0 12.0 151.6
high 91.7 97.1 15.4 12.0 151.6
low 87.9 97.1 14.6 12.0 151.6
sample 2 1 2 1 0 0 1
Disclaimer
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Last Updated: 16/03/2022
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