Large Shareholders acc. to Art. 33, Sec. 1 German Securities Trading Act - up to date
|9.90%||held by C-QUADRAT Special Situations Dedicated Fund, Cayman Islands||April 28, 2017|
|6.44%||held by BlackRock, Inc., Wilmington, DE||January 11, 2018|
|3.05%||held by Paramount Services Holdings Ltd., British Virgin Islands||August 20, 2015|
|3.05%||held by Supreme Universal Holdings Ltd., Cayman Islands||August 20, 2015|
|3.001%||held by Stephen A. Feinberg, date of birth: March 29, 1960, (Cerberus)||November 14, 2017|
Excerpt from the Annual Report 2016 (data as of December 31, 2016):
Deutsche Bank shares continue to be almost entirely in free float. Around 99% of the bank’s shareholders in 2016 were private investors. At the end of 2016, retail investors held 23% (2015: 19%) of the share capital, while institutional investors held 77% (2015: 81%) of the subscribed capital of € 3,530,939,215.36.
The number of shareholders increased in 2016 to 598,122 (2015: 561,559). This reflects an increase in the number of private shareholders in the reporting year. The regional distribution of share capital shifted again in favor of the USA. According to the share register, the share capital held in Germany remained unchanged at 56% compared to 2015. So did the percentage held in Switzerland (4%). The percentage held in the European Union excluding Germany declined to 20% (2015: 22%); the percentage held in the rest of the world declined to 1% (2015: 3%). The percentage of share capital held in the USA rose the second year in succession, reaching 18% (2015: 15%).