Video of the 1st trading day event

Photos from the trading debut in prime market

On 12 July 2019 Addiko Bank AG celebrated its first trading day in the prime market of the Vienna Stock Exchange. At the event for the start of trading, the Addiko management rang the bell together with Vienna Stock Exchange CEO Christoph Boschan.

Detailed information on the listing:

Company: Addiko Bank AG
Symbol: ADKO
Trading Segment: Official Market
Market Segment: prime market
Category: no-par value bearer shares
Number of Shares (before Private Placement): 19,500,000 ordinary shares
Share Capital (before Private Placement): EUR 195,000,000.00
First Day of Trading: 12 July 2019
Offered Shares (Private Placement):
9,750,001 existing shares
975,000 existing shares (greenshoe)
Offering Period: from 25 June 2019 until 10 July 2019
Price Fixing: 10 July 2019
Price Range: EUR 19.00 to EUR 23.00
Placement Price: EUR 16.00
Placement Volume (incl. Greenshoe): EUR 171,600,016.00
Joint Coordinators and Joint Bookrunners:
Citigroup Global Markets Limited
Goldman Sachs International
Joint Bookrunners:
Erste Group Bank AG
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods
Raiffeisen Centrobank AG
Management Board:
Razvan Munteanu
Johannes Proksch
Markus Krause
Csongor Bulcsu Németh
Supervisory Board:
Hermann-Josef Lamberti
Hans-Hermann Lotter
Henning Giesecke
Dragica Pilipovic Chaffey
Sebastian Prinz von Schoenaich-Carolath
Horst Floriantschitz
Christian Lobner
Shareholder Structure (before Private Placement):
AI Lake (Luxembourg) S.à r.l. - 100,00%
Total 100,00%
Wipplingerstrasse 34/4
1010 Vienna
T +43 (0) 50232 – 0

About Addiko Bank AG

(Profile provided by the company)

Addiko Group is a consumer and small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) specialist banking group in Central and South Eastern Europe (CSEE). Addiko Group consists of Addiko Bank AG, the fully-licensed Austrian parent bank registered in Vienna, Austria, and regulated by the Austrian Financial Markets Authority, as well as six subsidiary banks, registered, licensed and operating in five CSEE countries: Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina (two banks), Serbia and Montenegro.


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