On 6 December 1988, Verbundgesellschaft was partly privatized. At the time, 49% of the share capital was admitted for official trading on the Vienna Stock Exchange. 51% of the share capital is owned by the Republic of Austria. The VERBUND share is listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange. The are also available in London in the context of the European Quoting Service (EQS) and in the U.S. (in the scope of an ADR program).
Ever since going public, the share has proved to be a long-term and profitable investment. VERBUND therefore attaches great importance to ensuring investors have long-term confidence. The Investor Relations team informs our shareholders in a transparent and timely manner, giving them a true and fair view of the company’s position.
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|American Depositary Receipts (ADR)
||1 ADR = 0.2 ordinary shares
Information about the ADR program
American Depositary Receipts (ADRs, also known as American Depositary Shares) refer to share certificates or certificates of deposit that carry prices in US dollars and are issued by US-based depositary banks. They represent ownership of a certain number of deposited shares of a non-US company and are traded on the US capital market just like the shares of US-based companies. In the case of VERBUND AG, each ADR certifies the right to the receipt of 0.2 bearer shares.
Contact for owners of ADRs
BNY Mellon Depositary Receipts
T +1 201-680-6825