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Shareholder Structure


Source: Shareholder survey from March 2017, participation notifications, estimation by Kapsch TrafficCom AG
 

63.3% of the shares in the company are owned by KAPSCH-Group Beteiligungs GmbH. Axxion S.A. (Luxembourg) is the management company of the funds “Frankfurter Aktienfonds für Stiftungen“, which holds a share package of 8.7%. Shareholder Value Management AG (Germany) acts as investment advisor for the funds. Free float amounts to 28.0%. The weighted average number of shares is consistently at 13 million.

Core shareholders. KAPSCH-Group Beteiligungs GmbH is a wholly-owned subsidiary of DATAX HandelsgmbH, the shares of which are held in equal proportions by Traditio-Privatstiftung, ALUK-Privatstiftung and Children of Elisabeth-Privatstiftung, each a private trust under the Austrian Law for Private Trusts. Each of these private trusts is managed by a separate executive board and no person serves on the executive board of more than one of the three private trusts. The beneficiaries of these private trusts are Georg Kapsch and members of his family (Traditio-Privatstiftung), Kari Kapsch and members of his family (ALUK-Privatstiftung) and Elisabeth Kapsch and members of her family (Children of Elisabeth-Privatstiftung).

Major shareholders. Axxion S.A., the management company of the funds “Frankfurter Aktienfonds für Stiftungen” reported a holding of 8.7% on October 1, 2017. On November 7, 2017, we were informed that investment funds of Erste Asset Management and its subsidiary ERSTE-SPARINVEST Kapitalanlagegesellschaft together hold more than 4%.

Free float. The free float of 28.0% is made up of retail investors (8.3%), institutional investors (16.7%) and others (3.0%). The institutional shareholder base is located in continental Europe (55.2%, whereas Austria accounts for 22.4%), North America (26.8%), the UK and Ireland (13.9%), and in other countries (4.0%).