How do I invest?
Goodman Property Trust is listed on the New Zealand Exchange (NZX), so you can buy units just like you would buy shares through your adviser, stockbroker or an online broker.
What is the Goodman Property Trust NZX code?
What is the Ex Distribution Date?
The Ex Distribution Date is the date on which Goodman Property Trust’s Units trade the current ex entitlement to distribution. Unitholders who are on the unit register immediately prior to the Ex Distribution Date are entitled to receive the distribution for that period. The Ex Distribution Date is one business day before the record date for that entitlement.
When are distributions paid?
Quarterly distributions for the periods ending 30 June, 30 September, 31 December and 31 March are paid within three months of the quarter end.
Why don’t you need my PIR rate and why doesn’t IRD include GMT distributions in its annual income tax summary
As a listed PIE (Portfolio Investment Entity) GMT is taxed at 28% and distribution payments are not required to be reported to the IRD. If a New Zealand resident individual investor, or New Zealand Resident Trustee has a resident withholding tax rate lower than 28% they may benefit from manually adding the fully imputed portion of these PIE distributions to their tax returns. Click here to read the guidance note provided by KPMG, Goodman’s tax advisors. If you have further questions, we recommend you seek specialist tax advice appropriate for you.
When have distributions been paid in the past?
Does Goodman Property Trust have a Distribution Reinvestment Plan (DRP)
Yes, Goodman Property Trust offers a DRP. However this is currently suspended.
How do I change my investment details, eg. name, address, method of payment?
To make changes to your investment details, written notice must be forwarded to the Unit Registrar, Computershare Investor Services Limited.
How do I obtain a prospectus for Goodman Property Trust?
As Goodman Property Trust is listed on the NZX, you do not need a prospectus to invest. You can simply buy or sell units in GMT by contacting your stockbroker or financial adviser.
What is the value of my Investment?
As the units of GMT are listed on the NZX, their value can change throughout the day. To calculate the value of your investment, simply multiply the number of units you hold by the current unit price. Your number of units can be found on your latest distribution statement or through the Unit Registrar and recent unit prices are available in most major metropolitan newspapers.
How do I have payment made directly to my bank or building society?
If you would like your distribution payments paid by direct credit into your New Zealand bank or financial institution account, please complete and sign the Direct Credit Form and mail it to the Unit Registrar. Please note that the account provided must be in the name of the registered Unitholder.