Company Profile

Ryman Healthcare

Ryman Healthcare is the largest provider of retirement living in New Zealand with over 11,000 residents. The company offers a range of living and care options, including independent townhouses and apartments, serviced apartments and care centres providing rest home, dementia and hospital-level care.

In 2014, Ryman entered the Australian market opening their first retirement village. The company now operates 10 villages in that country.

Ryman employees over 6,000 people and is the largest aged-care provider on the NZX with a market capitalisation of $7 billion in 2020.  Gordon MacLeod has been CEO since 2007.


Announcements
Title Date Type
SPH Notice – ACATIS Investment KVG mbH Tue, May 24 2022 08:36 am SHINTR
Ryman Healthcare results webcast Fri, May 20 2022 04:06 pm GENERAL
Ryman Director Nominations Fri, May 20 2022 12:44 pm MEETING
Ryman reports audited full year underlying profit of $255m Fri, May 20 2022 08:30 am FLLYR
Ryman Healthcare plans new village in Rolleston Fri, May 20 2022 08:30 am GENERAL
Ryman Healthcare buys retirement village site in Melbourne Fri, May 20 2022 08:30 am GENERAL
Dr David Kerr to retire from Ryman Healthcare Board Fri, May 20 2022 08:30 am ADMIN
Notice of full year result announcement Fri, May 06 2022 12:00 pm GENERAL
D&O Ongoing Disclosure - Gregory Shane Campbell Fri, Dec 10 2021 02:36 pm SHINTR
Half year report provided Thu, Dec 09 2021 03:49 pm GENERAL
Directors and Executives
Jo Appleyard
Independent Director
Warren Bell
Director
David Bennett
Chief Financial Officer
Gregory Campbell
Independent Chairman
Geoffrey Cumming
Director
Claire Higgins
Independent Director
Paula Jeffs
Independent Director
David Kerr
Independent Director
Anthony Leighs
Independent Director
George Savvides
Independent Director
Richard Umbers
Chief Executive Officer
Company Details
Registered Office: 92d Russley Road, Russley, Christchurch 8042
Postal Address: PO Box 771, Christchurch 8140
Telephone: +64 3 366 4069
Facsimile: +64 3 366 4861
Website: http://www.rymanhealthcare.co.nz/
First Listed: 29/06/1999
Balance Date: 31 March
AGM: 29/07/2021
Major Holdings Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Current
01/10/21 ACATIS Investment KVG mbH on behalf 25,250,000 - 5.05
03/08/20 John Lindsay Holland 33,000,000 - 6.60
03/12/19 Kevin James Hickman and Joanna Hick 35,000,000 7.17 7.00
03/12/19 Hickman Family Trustees Limited 35,000,000 - 7.00
18/10/18 FMR LLC 23,662,393 6.73 4.73
Director’s Interests Announcements
Date Name No. Held % Details Other
10/12/21 Gregory Shane Campbell 79,335 - - -
06/12/21 Jo Appleyard 86,885 - - -
06/12/21 Claire Higgins 19,011 - - -
06/12/21 Warren Bell 2,090 - - -
06/12/21 Paula Natalie Jeffs 4,668 - - -
06/12/21 David Kerr 388,193 - - -
06/12/21 Geoffrey A Cumming 49,040,716 - - -
06/12/21 Anthony Cameron Leighs 20,590 - - -
06/12/21 George Savvides 54,746 - - -
03/09/21 Gordon Neil MacLeod 401,049 - - -
03/09/21 David Michael Bennett 173,054 - - -
08/09/20 Cheyne Chalmers 42,231 - - -
22/08/19 Barbara Reynen-Rose 636,385 - - -
25/05/18 Kevin Hickman 35,000,000 - - -
28/12/16 Doug McKay 36,800 0.01 - -
Analysts’ Forecasts
profit2021 profit2022 eps2021 dps2021 sales2021 ebit2021 ebitda2021
mean 409.3 345.9 54.4 25.2 753.2 234.0 339.3
high 477.2 412.1 68.3 34.1 753.2 234.0 406.4
low 341.5 279.8 40.5 16.2 753.2 234.0 272.3
sample 2 2 2 2 1 1 2
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Last Updated: 03/05/2021
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