Shareholders' Structure

Shareholders with investments of more than four per cent

S IMMO AG (via CEE Immobilien GmbH)1: 13,388,358 shares according to the shareholding notification as of 27 March 2018 

RPPK Immo GmbH (formerly CARPINUS Holding GmbH)2:

  • 12.07 million voting rights according to the shareholding notifications as of 3 March 2020 from Peter Korbacka and Ronny Pecik
  • 1 million shares and 5 certificates from the mandatory convertible bond according to the directors' dealings announcements as of 10 July 2020 from RPPK Immo GmbH 
  • 1.13 million shares according to directors' dealings announcements in July, August and September 2020 from RPR Treasury GmbH, which is indirectly controlled by Ronny Pecik (according to the Austrian Stock Exchange Act)
  • On 29th January 2021, IMMOFINANZ informed in an adhoc announcement about potential changes in the shareholder structure with regard to RPPK Immo 

Tahoe Invest a.s. and WXZ1 a.s.: 8,144,353 shares and 1,078,893 voting rights that may be acquired by exercising financial instruments. In total, 7.48% according to the shareholding notification as of 22 July 2020 from Tomas Krsek


1 Includes shares and other financial instruments of IMMOFINANZ 
2 Indirect control (according to the Austrian Stock Exchange Act): Ronny Pecik and Peter Korbačka; includes other financial instruments

Detailed analysis of the shareholder structure

IMMOFINANZ shares are widely held: the largest shareholder groups are fixed ownership investors and private investors in Austria as well as long-term institutional investors from Europe and the USA. Free float (based on the definition issued by the Vienna Stock Exchange for the Prime Market segment) equalled roughly 67% as of 30 June 2020. Including the executed capital measures, free float equalled 65% at the end of July 2020.

Regular shareholder surveys help us to define the regional focal points for investor relations activities. The latest survey was carried out in July 2020 and can be summarised as follows: 24.0% of IMMOFINANZ shares are held by private investors in Austria. Institutional investors hold 29.1% of the free float shares, whereby most come from the USA (7.8%), Austria (6.6%) and Norway (3.2%). Fixed shareholdings by investors represent 29.4%, while a further 5.7% are treasury shares, which are also attributed to fixed shareholdings based on the free float definition of the Vienna Stock Exchange. The remaining 9.6% are unidentified investors or shares held by foreign private investors. A 2.2% component is attributable to trading accounts.

Shareholder structure Q1-2 2020