Wednesday, 22 October 2014

CDL Investments Ordinary Shares

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Profile
CDL Investments New Zealand Limited, together with its subsidiary, CDL Land New Zealand Limited engages in the investment, development, management, and sale of residential land properties in New Zealand. It holds approximately 290 hectares of land for development. The company is based in Auckland, New Zealand. CDL Investments New Zealand Limited is a subsidiary of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels New Zealand Limited.
Summary
Shares:275,468,400
Issuer:CDL Investments New Zealand Limited
Solicitor:Bell Gully Auckland
Registry:COMPUTERSHARE INVESTOR SERVICES LIMITED
Auditor:KPMG Auckland
Settlement:NZCDC Settlement System
Website:http://www.cdlinvestments.co.nz/
Fundamentals
Market Cap:$148,752,936
52 wk High:0.5950
52 wk Low:0.5000
Sector:Property
EPS:0.0120
Price/Earnings:22.1700
NTA:0.3700
Address
CDL Investments
Level 13
280 Queen Street
Auckland,
New Zealand
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