As much as the lifestyle and tourism sectors have been hit by COVID-19, Ingenia (ASX:INA) has been one exception.

Ingenia operates retirement living and holiday parks across Australia and it has benefited from the domestic tourism boom as well as the trend of city slickers moving to regional areas post COVID-19.

It made revenue of $295.6 million and a profit of $72.8 million in FY21 enabling it to pay a healthy dividend. Director John McLaren instead of taking the cash opted to participate in the dividend reinvestment program.

He ended up with over $1.7 million more in shares.

Code Company Director Change Date Volume $ What
SDF Steadfast Francis O'Halloran Buy 21 September 26,608 $120,002 SPP
TCL Transurban Timothy Reed Buy 24 September 15,000 $211,307 On market
CGF Challenger Richard Howes Sell 23 September 545,162 $3,371,734 On market
RAN Range International Richard Jenkins Buy 23 September 36,791,375 $294,331 Rights ISsue
RAN Range International Christopher Fong Buy 20 September 14,687,259 $117,498 Rights Issue
JPR Jupiter Mines Priyank Thapliyal Buy 27 September 1,725,398 $385,408 On market
LVH Livehire Antonluigi Gozzi Sell 27 September 3,000,000 $1,020,000 On market
MFG Magellan Financial Group Brett Cairns Buy 28 September 10,000 $372,000 On market
QEM QEM David Fitch Buy 29 September 3,866,667 $580,000 Placement
HLA Healthia Paul Wilson Buy 28 September 317,073 $570,731 Rights Issue
INA Ingenia Communities John McLaren Buy 23 September 276,042 $1,723,606 Dividend Reinvestment Plan
UUL Ultima United Jonathan Cheng Buy 14 Jun 732,704 $439,622 Capital Raising
ZNC Zinc of Ireland Thomas Corr Buy 29 September 2,000,000 $100,000 Placement
MFG Magellan Financial Group Brett Cairns Buy 30 September 17,709 $680,640 Dividend Reinvestment Plan
IHR Intellihr Robert Bromage Buy 20 September 6,521,740 $1,500,000 Off market
TPS Threat Protect Peter Kennan Buy 1 October 718,750,000 $3,593,750 Rights Issue
LFG Liberty Financial Sherman Ma Buy 29 September 188,303 $1,294,564 On market
BRN Brainchip Peter Van Der Made Sell 1 October 8,993,315 $3,659,584 On market
TCL Transurban Lindsay Maxsted Buy 1 October 10,035 $130,455 Rights Issue
AMO Ambertech Santo Carlini Buy 1 October 1,580,585 $449,045 Divie
BDC Bardoc Gold Tony Leibowitz Buy 5 October 5,000,000 $246,295 On market
SNC Sandon Capital Investments Gabriel Radzyminski Buy 6 October 305,309 $308,362 Rights Issue
NIC Nickel Mines Justin Werner Buy 7 October 555,555 $500,000 On market

 

Other buyers

Also buying in a dividend reinvestment plan was Brett Cairns from Magellan (ASX:MFG) who ended up with $680,640 worth. He also bought $372,000 shares in a separate on market transaction just one day prior.

Toll road operator TransUrban (ASX:TBN) had two directors that bought shares in the past fortnight – Timothy Reed who outlaid $211,307 on market and Lindsay Maxsted who bought $130,455 worth in a rights issue.

Purchasing together were Richard Jenkins and Christopher Fong from Range International (ASX:RAN) who spent $294,331 and $117,498 in a rights issue.

The biggest buyer came in $16m security stock Threat Protect (ASX:TPS) which saw Peter Keenan take up nearly $3.6 million in his company’s rights issue.

Sherman Ma from lender Liberty Financial (ASX:LFG) bought nearly $1.3 million in shares on market while Justin Werner from Nickel Mines (ASX:NIC) bought $500,000 on market.

Paul Wilson from diversified health company Healthia (ASX:HLA) bought $570,731 in a rights issue.

And Robert Bromage from Bevan Slattery backed HR tech stock IntelliHR (ASX:IHR) bought $1.5 million off market.

 

Sellers

There were only three directors who made major sales but all of them were over $1 million.

BrainChip (ASX:BRN) director Peter Van Der Made parted with over $3.6 million in shares in the second part of a planned trade to fulfil personal commitments.

Antonluigi Gozzi, co-founder of Livehire (ASX:LVH), sold just over $1 million to fulfil “personal commitments”.

And Challenger (ASX:CGF) boss Richard Howes also sold over $3 million in shares. Although this trade has not been explained yet, he handed in his resignation in August but will not be leaving until March next year.