Deutsche Bank

Annual Report 2017

Deutsche Bank share and bonds

  • Successful capital increase
  • Five large shareholders
  • Issuance spreads narrowing

Share price information

1 – 1 Share price 2017
1 – 2 Long-term total return index
1 – 3 Shareholders by group in % of share capital
1 – 4 Regional distribution of share ownership

Large shareholders

1 – 5 Large shareholders acc. to Art. 33, Sec. 1 German Securities Trading Act

 

 

 

 

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Total percentage of voting rights: 9.06 % (voting rights attached to shares: 3.50 %, voting rights through financial instruments: 5.56 %)

6.55 %

held by BlackRock, Inc., Wilmington, DE

February 23, 2018

3.50 %1

held by C-QUADRAT Special Situations Dedicated Fund, Cayman Islands

February 13, 2018

3.05 %

held by Paramount Services Holdings Ltd., British Virgin Islands

August 20, 2015

3.05 %

held by Supreme Universal Holdings Ltd., Cayman Islands

August 20, 2015

3.001 %

held by Stephen A. Feinberg, date of birth: March 29, 1960, New York, (Cerberus)

November 14, 2017

Share buybacks for compensation plans

The General Meeting in 2017 granted the Management Board the authorization to buy back up to 10 % of the share capital (206.7 million shares) by the end of April 2022. A maximum of 5 % of the share capital (103.3 million shares) can be purchased using derivatives. These authorizations replaced the authorizations of the 2016 General Meeting. During the period between the 2017 General Meeting and December 31, 2017, 14.1 million shares were bought back. The shares purchased were used for equity compensation purposes in the same period or were to be used in the upcoming period. The number of shares held in Treasury from buybacks was 0.2 million as of December 2017.

Deutsche Bank debt

1 – 6 Issuance and average spreads
1 – 7 External funding profile

Overall, Deutsche Bank’s issuance activities are well diversified across markets, instruments, currencies and investor types. The most significant transactions in 2017 included a €1.5 billion senior unsecured issuance in January with a 5 year maturity, a U.S. $2.25 billion senior unsecured dual tranche issuance in July with a 3 year maturity and a €1 billion Tier 2 issuance in November with a 15 year maturity callable in year 10.