IMMOFINANZ shares are widely held, primarily by fixed ownership investors and by private investors in Austria and long-term institutional investors from Europe and the USA. After CA Immo sold its stake to institutional investors in November 2019, the free float (based on the definition issued by the Vienna Stock Exchange for the Prime Market segment) increased to roughly 82%.
Regular shareholder surveys help us to define the regional focal points for investor relations activities. The latest survey was carried out in summer 2019 and shows the following picture: 29.9% of IMMOFINANZ shares are held by private investors in Austria. Institutional investors including trading accounts hold 32.0% of the free float shares, whereby most come from the USA (8.8%), Austria (7.7%) and the United Kingdom (3.2%). Fixed shareholdings by investors represent 23.1%, while a further 10.0% are also attributed to fixed shareholdings based on the free float definition of the Vienna Stock Exchange. The remaining 5.0% are unidentified investors or shares held by foreign private investors.
PRIVATE AND INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS BY COUNTRY
Please note: With effect from 23 June 2018, a reverse stock split in a ratio of 10:1 took place and the number of shares now totals 112,085,269. Therefore, please note the respective date of the holdings notification.
The Austrian Fries Group has held over 5% of the IMMOFINANZ shares, directly and indirectly, since 15 April 2011. As of 31 December 2018, the Fries Foundation and companies and members of the Fries family held a total of 6,978,181 IMMOFINANZ shares, or 6.2% of the share capital.
S IMMO AG notified on 27 March 2018 that CEE Immobilien GmbH crossed a reporting threshold on 27 March 2018. Please find more details in the announcement as of 27 March 2018.
CA Immobilien Anlagen AG notified on 8 November 2019 that PHI Finanzbeteiligungs und Investment GmbH has sold its stake on 8 November 2019. Please find more details in the announcement as of 8 November 2019.