Charter Hall Group Annual Reports 2022

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Building on our strong track record to achieve returns that are mutually beneficial.

Against the backdrop of natural and geo‑political uncertainties, we maintained our customer centric strategy. It was this approach that enabled us to deliver strong results and a record year of earnings.

We ended the year with $79.9 billion in funds under management (FUM), holding the largest sector-diversified commercial property portfolio in Australia at $65.6 billion.

The strong operational performance driven by our teams, combined with our diversified portfolio and disciplined approach to capital allocation, has seen the business once again deliver for our customers, partners, people and communities.

FY22 Reporting Suite

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Resilience in times of uncertainty

FY22 presented a range of challenges to economies around the world. Despite this, our strong operational performance, measured approach and the trust and partnerships we have built, have enabled us to deliver ongoing outperformance.

View CLW Annual Report

Capital growth through exposure to long WALE properties

CLW continued to deliver for investors, with its best in class diversified real estate portfolio and exposure to long WALE properties, providing stable income and capital growth.

View CQR Annual Report

Leading owner of convenience retail property

CQR’s focus remained on providing investors with a resilient and growing income stream by being the leading owner of convenience retail property. Central to this strategy was partnering with major convenience retailers to meet their property needs.

View CQE Annual Report

Investment in quality social infrastructure properties

CQE continued to actively manage its portfolio and increase its weighting towards larger-scale social infrastructure assets. This delivered an improvement in tenant quality and diversification, providing further security of income and long-term capital growth.

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Platform-wide integration of sustainability

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations are part of how we do business. It is embedded in everything we do. Across our strategy, operations, partnerships and decision-making. Throughout FY22, we continued to listen to our customers’ sustainability concerns and needs - and partner to unlock environmental and social value.  

 

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Hear from the Chair and the CEO

"The strong operational performance driven by our teams, combined with our diversified portfolio and disciplined approach to capital allocation, has seen the business once again deliver for our customers, partners, people and communities."

David Clarke
Chair


Managing Director & Group CEO Message

Dear Securityholder,

Financial year 2022 (FY22) presented a range of challenges to economies around the world. Charter Hall continued to grow and deliver strong returns to Securityholders, despite significant setbacks that impacted many parts of the Australian economy. We harnessed our capacity to respond to surprises and maintained our customer centric strategy that enabled a continuation of long term growth and resilience.

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Chair's Message

Dear Securityholder,

In a year that saw a number of natural and geo‑political challenges and uncertainties, we made progress in adjusting to COVID-19 and supporting our communities transition to a new normal of living with the virus.

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Performance Highlights

ICONS - PORTFOLIO VALUE
$52.3bn

Funds under management (FUM) ↑29.0%

ICONS - FUND
$2.4bn

Property Investment portfolio

Returns
14.8 %

NTA growth

Returns[1]
$10.1bn

Gross transactions

Equity inflow
15.0 %

Total Property Investment Return3

ICONS - PROPERTY VALUE
5.0%

Balance sheet gearing

ICONS - PROPERTY VALUE
6.6%

Property Funds Management yield2

Equity inflow
6.1%

Property Investment yield

ICONS - CO INVEST
$544m

Investment capacity

Contact

Philip Cheetham
Head of Listed Investor Relations
Charter Hall
Virly Natasunjaya
Investor Relations Executive
Charter Hall