Property for Industry is a company that invests in industrial property around New Zealand. If you’d like to add Property for Industry shares to your portfolio, keep reading for step-by-step instructions on how to buy PFI shares on the NZX.
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Property for Industry Limited is an investment company that focuses on the industrial property sector. First listed on the NZX in 1994, Property for Industry now boasts a portfolio of over 90 properties valued at more than $1.6 billion.
The basic philosophy behind the company involves investing in properties in prime locations and adopting a conservative approach to risk. Property for Industry aims to keep debt at less than 40% of property values, and distributes 80-90% of funds from operations and 95-100% of adjusted funds from operations to shareholders as dividends.
Property for Industry is headquartered in Auckland
In February 2021, Property for Industry released its full year results. Key financial results included:
|Name||Property for Industry Limited||Industry||REIT—Industrial|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||12 Dec 1994|
|End of financial year||December||Chief executive officer||Simon Woodhams|
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