32 – Common Shares


Common Shares

Deutsche Bank’s share capital consists of common shares issued in registered form without par value. Under German law, each share represents an equal stake in the subscribed capital. Therefore, each share has a nominal value of € 2.56, derived by dividing the total amount of share capital by the number of shares.

Number of shares

Issued and fully paid

Treasury shares

Outstanding

Common shares, January 1, 2010

620,859,015

(683,695)

620,175,320

Shares issued under share-based compensation plans

Capital increase

308,640,625

308,640,625

Shares purchased for treasury

(325,966,381)

(325,966,381)

Shares sold or distributed from treasury

316,212,796

316,212,796

Common shares, December 31, 2010

929,499,640

(10,437,280)

919,062,360

Shares issued under share-based compensation plans

Capital increase

Shares purchased for treasury

(381,738,342)

(381,738,342)

Shares sold or distributed from treasury

367,286,623

367,286,623

Common shares, December 31, 2011

929,499,640

(24,888,999)

904,610,641

There are no issued ordinary shares that have not been fully paid.

Shares purchased for treasury consist of shares held by the Group for a period of time, as well as any shares purchased with the intention of being resold in the short-term. In addition, the Group has bought back shares for equity compensation purposes. All such transactions were recorded in shareholders’ equity and no revenues and expenses were recorded in connection with these activities. As of December 31, 2011, the number of shares held in treasury totaled 24,888,999 shares. This treasury stock will be used for future share-based compensation.

Authorized Capital

The Management Board is authorized to increase the share capital by issuing new shares for cash and in some circumstances noncash consideration. As of December 31, 2011, Deutsche Bank AG had authorized but unissued capital of € 1,152,000,000 which may be issued in whole or in part until April 30, 2016. Further details are governed by Section 4 of the Articles of Association.

Autorized capital

Consideration

Pre-emptive rights

Expiration date

€ 230,400,000

Cash

May be excluded pursuant to Section 186 (3) sentence of the Stock Corporation Act

April 30, 2016

€ 230,400,000

Cash or noncash

May be excluded if the capital increase is for noncash consideration with the intent of acquiring a company or holdings in a company

April 30, 2016

€ 691,200,000

Cash

May not be excluded

April 30, 2016

Conditional Capital

The Management Board is authorized to issue once or more than once, participatory notes that are linked with conversion rights or option rights and/or convertible bonds and/or bonds with warrants. The participatory notes, convertible bonds or bonds with warrants may also be issued by affiliated companies of Deutsche Bank AG. For this purpose share capital was increased conditionally upon exercise of these conversion and/or exchange rights or upon mandatory conversion.

Contingent capital

Expiration date for the issuance of conversion and/or option rights

€ 230,400,000

April 30, 2015

€ 230,400,000

April 30, 2016

Dividends

The following table presents the amount of dividends proposed or declared for the years ended December 31, 2011, 2010 and 2009, respectively.

 

2011 (proposed)

2010

2009

1

Cash dividend for 2011 is based on the number of shares issued as of December 31, 2011.

Cash dividends declared (in € m.)1

697

697

466

Cash dividends declared per common share (in €)

0.75

0.75

0.75

No dividends have been declared since the balance sheet date.

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