Shareholder Telephone / Webcast Presentation
28 March 2022
Dear Sir / Madam
Please find attached the presentation to be given at the Shareholder Teleconference/ Webcast being held today Monday 28 March 2022 at 10.00am (AEDT).
To join the webcast please use the below link.
Webcast Link: Please register for the results webcast here:
Alternatively to join via the teleconference, please use the details below:
Telephone: 1800 175 864 (free call within Australia)
1300 212 365 (mobile, free call within Australia)
+61 2 8373 3507 (outside Australia)
Conference ID: 3175486
Joining the Conference Call:
1. In the 10 minutes prior to the call start time, call the appropriate dial-in number.
2. Enter the Event Plus passcode 3175486, followed by the pound or # key and leave any information requested after the tone. You will be joined automatically to the conference. During the call you can indicate if you would like to ask a question by pressing (*1) on your telephone keypad and wait for your name to be announced.
International Dial-In Numbers will be available via the Company’s website.
The presentation will be available under the News section of the Company’s website www.afi.com.au.
ASX Release authorised by the Company Secretary
Many of the factors weighing on Kiwi Property's share price are beyond its control, chair Mark Ford told shareholders.
The serial entrepreneur kept a financial and personal stake in the company, even after its IPO last year.
New Image delisted from the New Zealand Stock Exchange in May 2013 after its major shareholder gained control.
The cabin redesign's focus on sustainability lowers operating costs for the airline and gives it a unique selling point.
Agriculture minister Damien O’Connor has acknowledged the fund investors may feel “unfairly prejudiced” and failure to buy them out could hurt NZ’s investment climate.
A new carbon trading platform aims to bring retail investors and landowners into the carbon market while increasing biodiversity and cutting emissions.
All five of the analysts’ reports BusinessDesk has seen have either “overweight” or “outperform” investment recommendations on Fletcher shares.
The zero-brokerage fee share trading platform is looking for ways to bring in revenue and make its business model more sustainable.
Fletcher Building achieved second-half profit margins of 9.5%, just below its target of 10% by the 2023 financial year.
Even under a “bear-case scenario”, the house building pipeline should support Fletcher’s medium-to-long-term performance.
Trading volumes were unusually light, with US markets closed tonight for a national holiday.
The shareholder representatives say the Fletcher board must bear ultimate responsibility for the company’s poor performance and the Gib plasterboard shortage.
NZME has only spent $5.3m of the $30m set aside for share buybacks.
Are banks being too slow to raise term deposit rates? Some analysts say yes.