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Goodman Group Expects To Deliver FY22 Operating EPS Of 72.2 Au Cents
Goodman Group Says FY Revenue & Other Income A$3,803.0 Mln
Goodman Group Reaffirms FY21 Oper. Profit View
Goodman Group is an Australia-based integrated property company. The Company is focused on owning, developing and managing industrial property and business space in markets across the world. The principal activities of the Company are investment in directly and indirectly held industrial property, property services and property development. Its operating segments include Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Continental Europe, the United Kingdom and the Americas. The Company's staple entities include Goodman Limited, Goodman Industrial Trust and Goodman Logistics (HK) Limited. The Company has also invested in property funds, which include Goodman Australia Industrial Partnership (GAIP), Goodman Australia Partnership (GAP), Goodman Property Trust (GMT), Goodman Hong Kong Logistics Partnership (GHKLP), Goodman Japan Core Partnership (GJCP) and Goodman European Partnership (GEP).
Real Estate Operations
Level 17, 60 Castlereagh Street
Stephen Paul Johns
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Gregory Leith Goodman
Group Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer, North America
Group Chief Financial Officer
Group Chief Risk Officer
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