The Deutsche Bank Share
1. On what stock exchanges is the Deutsche Bank share listed?
2. Since when has the Deutsche Bank share been listed in the United States?
As of 3 October 2001, Deutsche Bank's Global Share (GRS) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The ticker symbol is 'DB'.
3. What are the ISIN code and the Reuters and Bloomberg symbols for the Deutsche Bank share?
4. What type of stock has Deutsche Bank issued?
5. What is the par value of a Deutsche Bank share?
6. Where do I get information about Deutsche Bank's share price development?
7. When did you complete the last major capital increases? And by what number of shares?
On April 7, 2017 Deutsche Bank has successfully completed the capital increase from authorized capital against cash contributions it announced on March 5, 2017. The number of no par value shares of Deutsche Bank AG has increased by 687.5 million, from 1,379.3 million to 2,066.8 million through the public offering of new shares via subscription rights. The gross proceeds amount to approximately EUR 8.0 billion. The subscription price was 11.65 euros per share. 98,9 per cent of the subscription rights were exercised. The remaining new shares that were not subscribed will be sold in the market.
On June 25, 2014 Deutsche Bank completed the capital increase from authorized capital against cash contributions it announced on May 18, 2014. The number of shares of Deutsche Bank AG has increased by 359.8 million, from 1,019.5 million to 1,379.3 million, reflecting both the capital increase without subscription rights of 59.9 million shares completed earlier, and the Bank's public offering of new shares via subscription rights. The gross proceeds of these transactions amounted to EUR 8.5 billion.
In the public offering with subscription rights, 299.8 million new registered no par value shares (common shares) were issued. The subscription price was EUR 22.50 per share. 99.1% of the subscription rights were exercised. The remaining new shares that were not subscribed were sold on the market.
On April 30, 2013 Deutsche Bank placed 90 million new shares with institutional investors by way of an accelerated book build offering. The placement price was Euro 32.90 per share. The aggregate gross proceeds amounted to Euro 2.96 billion. Deutsche Bank AG acted as sole bookrunner for the offering. The purpose of the capital increase is to strengthen the equity capitalisation of the bank.
On October 6, 2010 Deutsche Bank completed the capital increase from authorized capital against cash contributions, which it had announced on 12 September 2010. In total, 308.6 million new registered no par value shares (common shares) were issued. 99.31 percent of the subscription rights were exercised by the owners of the subscription rights, and thus 306.51 million new shares were issued at a subscription price of EUR 33.00 per share. The remaining 2.13 million new shares that were not subscribed on the basis of the subscription offer will be sold on the stock exchange.
The share capital (common shares) of Deutsche Bank AG has thus increased by EUR 790.1 million, from EUR 1,589.4 million to EUR 2,379.5 million, and the gross issue proceeds amounted to EUR 10.2 billion.
The capital increase was primarily intended to cover capital consumption from the planned Postbank consolidation, but also supported the existing capital base to accommodate regulatory changes and business growth.
We issued 50 million shares worth EUR 958 million through a capital increase in kind for the purchase of a minority shareholding in Deutsche Postbank AG from Deutsche Post AG. As a result of this, Deutsche Post AG held a stake of approximately 8% in Deutsche Bank until this was disposed of in its entirety at the beginning of July 2009.
On Septemer 22, 2008 Deutsche Bank placed 40 million new registered shares without par value with institutional investors by way of an accelerated bookbuilt offering. The placement price was Euro 55 per share. The aggregate gross proceeds amount to Euro 2.2 billion. Deutsche Bank AG acted as sole bookrunner for the offering. The purpose of the capital increase was to finance the acquisition of a minority stake of 29.75 % in Deutsche Postbank AG from Deutsche Post AG and to maintain the strong equity capitalisation also following the acquisition.
The capital increase during the acquisition of Bankers Trust was part of the funding strategy for this deal. The capital was increased by approximately EUR 3.3 billion and about 80 million new shares were issued.
8. What is the shareholder structure of Deutsche Bank? Who are the largest shareholders?
Measured by share capital owned institutional investors are the largest group of shareholders. End of 2017 around 53% of the shareholders were German investors. For additional information please click here.
9. What is the number of Deutsche Bank's issued shares?
10. Can I purchase shares directly from the bank?
No, Deutsche Bank does not offer a Direct Share Purchase Program at this time.
1. When was Deutsche Bank founded?
Deutsche Bank was originally founded in 1870.
Today's Deutsche Bank AG was established on May 2, 1957 by the (re-) merger of three regional institutions (Norddeutsche Bank AG, Hamburg, Deutsche Bank AG West, Düsseldorf, formerly Rheinisch-Westfälische Bank AG and Süddeutsche Bank AG, Munich) which had been demerged from Deutsche Bank in 1952. For additional information on Deutsche Bank's history please click here.
2. What is the number of Deutsche Bank' s employees world-wide?
At the end of 2018 Deutsche Bank reported 91,737 FTEs (full time equivalents) of which 41,669 were based in Germany.
1. When was the conversion of Deutsche Bank's bearer shares into registered shares?
On 30 August 1999 Deutsche Bank converted its bearer shares 1 to 1 into registered shares.
2. Will I be automatically registered, if I buy Deutsche Bank shares?
If an investor acquires Deutsche Bank shares and does not stipulate otherwise, the investor will be registered with the Deutsche Bank Share Register. This registration into the investor's name enables Deutsche Bank to communicate directly with its shareholders and facilitates shareholders' ability to exercise their rights. Please note that due to local regulations and operating procedures some shareholders that hold the securities via banks/brokers outside of Germany are not directly registered.
3. When do you delete my personal data from the Share Register?
Usually your personal data will be deleted from the Share Register after the sale of all your Deutsche Bank shares.
Annual General Meeting
1. When will the next Annual General Meeting take place?
The next Annual General Meeting will take place on May 20, 2020.
2. How can I attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM)?
Shareholders registered in the Deutsche Bank Share Register will automatically receive an invitation and any necessary documentation prior to the AGM. In case you are not directly registered, you should receive all documentation from your bank or broker.
3. How do I exercise my voting rights in case I am not present at the AGM?
Shareholders who are registered with the Deutsche Bank Share Register will receive documentation directly from Deutsche Bank about possible representation. Shareholders have the option to vote by proxy. If they decide to authorize the company they can send their instructions by mail or via the internet.
4. What was the percentage of share-capital represented on the last Annual General Meeting?
The share capital represented at the Annual General Meeting of May 24, 2018 was 42.56%.
1. What were the amounts of the last dividend payments and when were the payment dates?
2. When is the next dividend payment?
After the Annual General Meeting on May 20, 2020 dividend payment will be on May 25, 2020 (in case of a distributable profit and the decision of the AGM to pay a dividend).
3. How do I get the dividend payment?
The dividend will either be automatically transferred to your bank account or delivered by check.
4. Do you have a dividend reinvestment program (DRIP)?
No. It is presently under consideration, but due to legal constraints in several countries, it is not expected in the medium term.