Number of company shares and class of shares?
There is a total of 31,593,072 shares. Krones share certificates are bearer shares without par (no-par shares). Each share corresponds to one vote at the company’s annual shareholders' meeting.
Which is the security identification number (SIN) and international security identification number (ISIN) of the Krones shares?
The security identification number (SIN) is 633500, the international security identification number (ISIN) is DE0006335003.
On which markets are Krones shares traded and since when?
Krones shares have been traded since 29 October 1984. Our shares can be traded on all German stock markets.
Can Krones shares be bought directly from Krones?
It is not possible to buy Krones shares directly from Krones or sell them back to Krones. Please contact your custodian bank or local bank to do so.
What index is the Krones share listed in?
The Krones share is a member of the SDAX.
How high was the dividend paid last?
For the business year of 2020, Krones paid the statutory minimum dividend of €0.06 per share in May 2021 due to the negative consolidated net income.
When and where will the next general meeting take place?
The next general meeting will take place on 31 May 2022 in Neutraubling.
Which is the Krones shareholders' structure?
Who is the main shareholder of the "Kronseder Family Consortium GbR"?
The main Krones shareholders are the descendants of Hermann Kronseder, the company's founder. That are Volker, Normann, Harald and Gunter Kronseder with their families. The shares are merged in a pooling agreement which regulates the joint exercise of voting rights of all family members of the Kronseder family and their companies. Holding 52.18 %, the Kronseder family is the stable majority shareholder of the Krones AG.
What is the dividend payout policy of Krones
Krones distributes approximately 25 % to 30 % of the yielded annual profits to the shareholders.
Does Krones own its own shares and is a share buyback programme planned?
Krones currently does not own its own shares and a share buyback programme is not planned. An authorisation of the general meeting to do so has been granted.
Why is the Krones share an attractive investment?