GPT Group (GPT)

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General Information
Company Name: GPT Group
Stock Code: GPT
GICS Sub-Industry: Diversified Real Estate Activities
Market Cap ($M): 8,469
Equiv. Shares (M): 1,764

Current Price Data+
Current Price Open High Low Last Close Volume Price Movement
 $ 4.800 $ 4.850 $ 4.850 $ 4.760 $ 4.770 7,451,542 $ 0.030  0.629 %

Current Broker Consensus Recommendation more
Recommendation: Hold (3)
Recommendation Date: 5th Mar 2015
Brokers Surveyed: 3

Company Overview

Business Description:
GPT Group (GPT) is a property investment company. GPT is an active owner and manager of an $8.6 billion diversified portfolio of Australian retail, office and logistics and business parks property assets. GPT also managed two funds, the GPT Wholesale Office Fund (GWOF) and the GPT Wholesale Shopping Centre Fund (GWSCF).

Strategy Analysis:
The current strategy is focused on the active ownership of Australian retail, office and industrial property while reducing stakes in wholesale funds and retail, continuing to exit non-core businesses and grow Australian funds management fees. GPT Group reported General Property Trust's NPAT of $594.5m for the year ended 31 December 2012. Revenues from ordinary activities were $993.4m, up 17% from last year. Diluted EPS was 30.8 cents compared to 15.4 cents last year. Net operating cash flow was $420.4m compared to $413.2m last year. The final distribution declared was 5.1 cents, taking the full year distribution to 19.3 cents compared with 17.8 cents last year.

Financial Summary
Year to Dec NPAT EPS EPS chg (%) PER DPS Yield (%) Franking (%)
2016  F 513.2 28.9 2.7 16.5 22.0 4.6 0.0
2015  F 497.0 28.1 5.0 17.0 21.5 4.5 0.0
2014  A 452.1 26.8 4.2 14.6 21.2 5.4 0.0
Source: Morningstar analyst estimates.

Peer Comparison
EPS Growth (%) P/E (%) Dividend Yield (%)
Company Mkt Cap 2014 A 2015 F 2016 F 2014 A 2015 F 2016 F 2014 A 2015 F 2016 F
GPT Group (GPT) $8,416 M -0.2501 0.1552 0.0283 19.7434 17.0906 16.6202 4.44 4.61 4.80
Lend Lease Group (LLC) $9,563 M 0.4790 -0.2938 0.1056 10.9438 15.4959 14.0163 4.30 3.24 4.24
Scentre (SCG) $20,924 M -0.6809 2.6699 0.0659 64.2157 17.4978 16.4160 5.19 5.32 5.71
Stockland (SGP) $11,100 M 0.0688 0.0845 0.0632 19.6570 18.1257 17.0475 5.11 5.11 5.16
Westfield Corporation (WFD) $20,303 M -0.4057 1.0843 0.0964 39.9755 19.1794 17.4933 5.01 3.29 3.49

Market Comparison
Earnings P/E Ratio P/B Ratio P/E Growth
GPT 1.47 19.3 1.17 2.15
Market 0.90 16.6 1.31 2.39
Sector 1.52 15.5 1.22 2.81

Name Position Start Date
Mr Michael Andrew Cameron Chief Executive Officer,Managing Director 01 May 2009
Mr Robert (Rob) Alexander Ferguson Non-Executive Chairman 25 May 2009
Mr Brendan Patrick Crotty Non-Executive Director 22 December 2009
Mr Gene Thomas Tilbrook Non-Executive Director 11 May 2010
Dr Eileen Joy Doyle Non-Executive Director 01 March 2010
Mr Eric John Goodwin Non-Executive Director 24 November 2004
Ms Anne McDonald Non-Executive Director 02 August 2006

Name Position
Mark Fookes Chief Financial Officer
Carmel Hourigan Chief Investment Officer
James A Coyne Company Secretary,Legal Counsel
Michael O'Brien Group Executive - Corporate Development
Matthew Faddy Head of Asset Management
John Thomas Head of Development - Commercial & Industrial
Anthony McNulty Head of Development - Retail & Major Projects
Nicholas Harris Head of Funds Management

Substantial Shareholders
Holding Name
155,686,358 (9.19%) Uni Super
205,742,325 (12.14%) Government of Singapore Investment Corporation

Calendar of Events
Date Event
22 February 2016 Report (Interim)
22 February 2016 Report (Prelim)
11 August 2015 Report (Interim)
27 March 2015 Div Pay Date
13 March 2015 Report (Annual)
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