Proposed Share Buy-Back
Annual General Meeting Presentation
Sale of The Mornington Retirement Village
Company Announcement – Sale of 487 Swan Street, Richmond
Shareholder Announcement – The Mornington
Update on sale of The Mornington
Report from the Chairman
Annual General Meeting Update
Longevity Group Australia – Voting for the change of name.
Longevity Launch Panel Discussion
View video footage of our recent Longevity Group Australia launch discussion.
Longevity Group Australia, the next step in the evolution of the Transport Friendly Society
Message from Chairman and trading name change to Longevity Group Australia
This years Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) on Wednesday 23 November 2016, was well attended.
As 2015 drew to a close TFSL was able to reflect on its achievements throughout the year and further refine its plan for continued success in 2016.
1 July 2015
Tax Cost Base
TFSL provides information to shareholders on the tax costs of TFSL shares issued to them on demutualisation. Click on the link below to download the announcement.
4 May 2015
TFSL CEO Half Year Message 2014
Derek Cafferty, TFSL CEO, announces the release of the TFSL financial report for the half-year ending 31 December 2014. Click on the link below to download the announcement.
26 February 2015
Centrelink asset test form
In early February 2015 many shareholders will have received a letter from Centrelink or Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) which is a yearly review of individual income streams; this is something that the Government conducts each year.
As a result, TFSL has received a number of queries from shareholders, who have expressed some confusion in relation to declaring their shares when completing the Centrelink Asset Test Form.
24 November 2014
TFSL 2014 AGM Presentation
18 September 2014
TFSL Announces Strategic Realignment
TFSL has a proud history of delivering a range of services including aged care and private health insurance however after an exhaustive strategic review of stakeholders and an analysis of the current and future needs of stakeholders, the Board recognised the time was right for significant change.