Precinct Properties (New Zealand) Profile

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Precinct Properties Summary

Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited (PCT) is traded on New Zealand Stock Exchange in New Zealand. and employs 17 people. The company currently falls under 'Mid-Cap' category with current market capitalization of 1.54 B. Precinct Properties New Zealand Limited operates under Real Estate sector and is part of Office Commercial And Industrial Real Estate industry. This company has 1.21 B outstanding shares. Precinct Properti has accumulated about 4.3 M in cash with 52.7 M of positive cash flow from operations.
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Precinct Properties is entity of New Zealand. It is traded as Stock on NZE exchange. more
NamePrecinct Properties New Zealand Limited
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Specialization
Real Estate, Office Commercial And Industrial Real Estate
InstrumentNew Zealand Stock Stocks Directory
ExchangeNew Zealand Stock Exchange
ISINNZAPTE0001S3
SectorReal Estate
IndustryOffice Commercial And Industrial Real Estate
BenchmarkDOW
CurrencyNZD - New Zealand Dollar

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Precinct Properties Corporate Directors
Robert Campbell Director
Mohamed Nuaimi Director
Graeme Horsley Non-Executive Independent Director

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