MBB – Shares
MBB’s share capital is divided into 6,600,000 no-par value bearer shares. The company was floated on the stock market on 9 May 2006 at an issue price of EUR 9.50. The shares have been traded on the Prime Standard segment since 20 June 2008. A high international standard of transparency for the shareholders is guaranteed as a result.
|Ticker symbol / Reuters code||MBB / MBBG.DE|
|Number of shares||6,600,000|
|Class of shares||Ordinary bearer shares with no par value (no- par shares)|
|Stock exchanges||XETRA, Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Stuttgart, Munich|
|End of the financial year||31 December|
|First quotation (Prime Standard)||20 June 2008|
|Designated sponsor||ODDO SEYDLER BANK AG|
|Associated indexes||CDAX, Classic All Share, DAXPLUS FAMILY, DAXsector Industrial, Prime All Share|
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Since its flotation, MBB has paid a dividend equal to or greater than the previous year’s dividend every year. Special events are taken into account with a special dividend. The company intends to continue with the current dividend policy in the future.
MBB’s share capital is EUR 6.6 million and is divided into 6,600,000 no-par value bearer shares, around 64.8% of which are owned indirectly by the founders of MBB, Dr Christof Nesemeier and Gert-Maria Freimuth.
MBB in figures
Figures according to responding Annual Report; given in thousands of EUR unless otherwise indicated.
|Consolidated net profit||13,560||14,253||11,782||13,199|
|EPS in EUR *||2.06||2.16||1.79||2.01|
|Dividend in thousands of EUR||8,036||3,886||3,754||3,630|
|Dividend per share in EUR||1.22||0.59||0.57||0.55|
|Number of shares||6,600,000||6,600,000||6,600,000||6,600,000|
|Of which are cash and cash equivalents **||279,213||77,450||53,976||58,672|
|Net cash **||222,026||22,158||8,091||24,345|
* Based on the average number of shares outstanding for the respective year.
** This figures include physical gold stocks.
|Commerzbank||Buy €123||Dezember 2018|
|Hauck & Aufhäuser||Buy €131||November 2018|
|EQUI.TS||Hold €105||September 2018|
|quirin bank||Buy €130||May 2018|
|SMC Research||Buy €121,30||February 2018|
|Berenberg||Buy €110||January 2018|