The Fielmann share
In 1994, Fielmann AG was floated on the stock market with share capital of DM 105 million. The company was the first in Germany to issue the DM 5 share.
Prior to the introduction of the euro, a resolution of the Annual General Meeting on 8 July 1998 converted the shares into no-par stock. The 8 million preference shares were converted into ordinary shares by a resolution of the Annual General Meeting on 6 July 2000. A resolution of the Annual General Meeting on 5 July 2001 increased the share capital of the company to 54.6 million euros. The number of shares was not affected by this and still stands at 21 million.
Fielmann operates a shareholder-friendly policy. In order to enhance the attractiveness of the shares further, the Annual General Meeting resolved a two-for-one share split on 6 July 2006. This was implemented with effect from 9 August 2006.The number of shares increased to 42 million.
The Fielmann share has been assigned to the MDAX since 6 January 2009. This segment combines 50 stocks from traditional industries, representing companies with great substance and sustainable growth.
The Fielmann share is listed for official trading on the Frankfurt am Main, Düsseldorf and Hamburg stock exchanges. It is also traded in Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart and Hannover.