Argosy Property is a property company that invests in a range of real estate sectors around New Zealand. Shares in Argosy Property (ARG) can be bought and sold on New Zealand’s Exchange (NZX) — keep reading for the steps you need to follow to buy ARG shares.
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Argosy Property Limited was first listed on the NZX as the Paramount Property Trust in 2002. Now one of the largest listed property investment companies in New Zealand, Argosy Property is owned by more than 9,000 shareholders.
The company’s property portfolio features a mix of industrial, office and retail properties. The majority are located in the Auckland and Wellington areas, with some exposure to markets in other areas of New Zealand.
In May 2021, Argosy Property Limited released its FY21 annual report. Key financial results in the report included:
|Name||Argosy Property Limited||Industry||REIT—Diversified|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||04 Dec 2002|
|End of financial year||March||Chief executive officer||Peter Mence|
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