The Treasury Wine Estates Annual General Meeting will be held at the National Wine Centre of Australia, Adelaide on Wednesday 18 October 2017. A webcast of the Annual General Meeting will be available online from the time of the meeting.
This is a comprehensive website which allows you to check the value of your shares, download dividend/holding statements, download personalised forms and update your address and other personal details.
This is an easy to use, step-by-step online process that allows new or existing shareholders to enter their banking details for dividend payments, dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) election, communication preferences and TFN/ABN election.
Annual General Meeting: 18 October 2017
The Treasury Wine Estates Annual General Meeting will be held at the National Wine Centre of Australia, Adelaide on Wednesday 18 October. A webcast of the Annual General Meeting will be available online from the time of the meeting.
F17 Annual Results Announcement: 17 August 2017
Treasury Wine Estates announced its F17 Annual Results on Thursday 17 August 2017
A replay webcast of the announcement is available via the following link.
Investor Day: 9-10 March 2017
Treasury Wine Estates hosted its inaugural Investor Day on Thursday 9 – Friday 10 March 2017 in Napa Valley, California.
The webcast of presentations is available here.
View Annual Reports for Treasury Wine Estate’s financial year performance.
See presentations and announcements on TWE’s Interim and Annual Results.
Find major ASX announcements by TWE dating back to 2011.
View presentations that may be of special interest to shareholders, analysts and media.
Treasury Wine Estates Limited’s Dividend Reinvestment Plan (DRP) was suspended in August 2014 until further notice. If the DRP is recommenced in the future, the ASX will be notified via an announcement lodged with the ASX Market Announcements Platform and shareholders who have elected to participate in the DRP will have the dividends on some or all of their shares automatically reinvested in additional shares.
Yes, TWE's dividend aims to pay out between 55 – 70% of normalised net profit after tax each year. The dividend is considered and declared by the TWE Board of Directors at the time of the interim and annual result announcements.
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