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Semperit AG Holding is listed in the Prime Market segment of the Vienna Stock Exchange with 20,573,434 no-par value bearer shares. With an equity interest of approximately 54%, B&C Privatstiftung is a stable, major shareholder of the Semperit-Group. The remaining shares are in free float.
|Key performance indicators||2021||2020||2019||2018||2017|
Share price at the reporting date
|Lowest price||in EUR||24.25|
|Highest price||in EUR||40.30 |
|Market capitalisation at the balance sheet date||in EUR million||602.8||499.9||229.2||204.9||454.7|
|Number of shares issued||in units||20.573.434||20.573.434||20.573.434||20.573.434||20.573.434|
|Earnings per share (EPS)1||in EUR||11.99||9.06||-2.50||-4.13||-1.25|
1 Attributable to shareholders of Semperit AG Holding.
Listed for trading:
The Semperit share is listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange; symbol: SEM
Securities identification number and symbols:
Thomson Reuters: SMPV.VI
|Year||Dividend per share in EUR||Distribution ratio|
1 of which EUR 4.90 special dividend for 2014
2 of which EUR 0.30 as “190 years of Semperit” anniversary bonus
3 distribution ratio relative to the dividend excluding any special dividend or anniversary bonus
4 dividend 2021: Proposal to the AGM
The dividend policy of the Semperit Group basically aims at a distribution of around 50% of earnings after taxes – assuming continued successful performance with no unusual circumstances. However, the Group is currently undergoing a profound transformation to become an industrial polymere specialist, albeit somewhat delayed by the pandemic.
For this purpose, company acquisitions and organic growth projects are being planned, for which the corresponding financial strength will be required. Deviations from a pay-out ratio of around 50% are therefore possible for the duration of this strategic transformation with the purpose of being financially robust for potential company acquisitions and organic growth. This strategic realignment is in the best interest of all shareholders.