The HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA Share

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The HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA Share

HORNBACH IR Factsheet

Factsheet

Here the most important facts about the HORNBACH Group are available at a glance.

Key share figures

Key figures for the HORNBACH Holding share 2022/23 2021/22 2020/21 2019/20 2018/19 2017/18
Year-end price (€)1) 78.60 117.60 78.20 50.90 46.10 70.30
12-month high (€)1) 125.30 138.80 99.70 65.30 72.80 82.38
12-month low (€)1) 61.85 77.30 33.65 44.00 40.10 63.53
Shares issued (number) 15,993,125 16,000,000 16,000,000 16,000,000 16,000,000 16,000,000
Market capitalization (€ 000s) 1,257,600 1,881,600 1,251,200 814,400 737,600 1,124,800
Earnings per share (€) 9.83 12.48 10.33 6.56 4.08 5.11
Price / earnings ratio2) 8.0 9.4 7.6 7.8 11.3 13.8
Book value per share (€) 110.10 101.89 92.30 83.67 78.48 76.01
Price-to-book ratio3) 0.7 1.2 0.8 0.6 0.6 0.9
Cash flow from operating activities per share (€) 26.62 21.56 21.66 20.28 3.38 11.39
Price / cash flow ratio4) 3.0 5.5 3.6 2.5 13.7 6.2
Dividend per share (€) 2.40 2.40 2.00 1.50 1.50 1.50
Distribution total (€ 000s) 38,400 38,400 32,000 24,000 24,000 24,000
Payout ratio (%)5) 24.4 19.2 19.4 22.9 36.7 29.4
Dividend yield (%)6) 3.1 2.0 2.6 2.9 3.3 2.1
Performance including dividend (%) -31.1 52.9 56.6 13.7 -32.3 8.9
Performance excluding dividend (%) -33.2 50.4 53.6 10.4 -34.4 6.8
Average daily trading volumes (number)1) 18,194 31,636 39,737 19,539 17,096 17,074
1) In Xetra trading
2) Year-end price ÷ earnings per share
3) Year-end price ÷ book value per share
4) Year-end price ÷ cash flow from operating activities per share
5) Dividend per share ÷ earnings per share
6) Dividend per share ÷ year-end price

Basic share data

Basic data about the HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA share
Type of share No par ordinary bearer shares
Stock exchanges Frankfurt, Xetra
Market segment Prime Standard
Security Identification Number 608340
ISIN DE0006083405
Stock market ticker HBH
Bloomberg HBH:GR
Reuters (Xetra) HBH.DE
Financial year March 1 to February 28 (29)
Initial public offering July 3, 1987 (preference share in HORNBACH AG)
Number of shares 16,000,000
Share capital € 48,000,000

Shareholder structure

Analysts’ recommendations and consensus expectations

Analysts at the following investment firms regularly publish research reports on the share of HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA

Research Company Analyst Published Recommendation Target Price (€) Forecast FY 23/24: Sales (€ million) Forecast FY 23/24: adj. EBIT (€ million)
Berenberg Benjamin Thielmann 9/19/2023 Hold 69 6,106 217
DZ BANK Thomas Maul 9/27/2023 Buy 80 6,107 222
Kepler Cheuvreux Ludovic Allègre 9/27/2023 Hold 70 6,073 219
M.M.Warburg Thilo Kleibauer 9/27/2023 Buy 98 6,224 232
ODDO BHF Jeremy Garnier 9/28/2023 Hold 75 6,004 238
Dr. Kalliwoda Research Dr. Norbert Kalliwoda 10/26/2023 Buy 80 6,196 n/a
Consensus 79 6,118 226
Status: October 26, 2023

Dividend

€ 2.40 FY 2022/23 (2021/22: € 2.40) per no-par ordinary share in HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA (ISIN DE0006083405)

Dividend policy

HORNBACH pursues a continuity-based dividend policy which aims to maintain a fair balance between shareholders’ interests on the one hand and financing the company’s growth on the other. The company aims for a payout ratio of 30 percent (based on consolidated net income after minority interests) and to ensure that the dividend at least matches the previous year’s level.

Dividend per share in Euro

Payment of dividend

The dividend is generally paid on the third working day after the Annual General Meeting. The payment is made via Clearstream Banking AG, Frankfurt, onto shareholders’ accounts at their respective account-holding banks. The amount paid is reduced by capital gains tax of 25 percent, a solidarity surcharge amounting to 5.5 percent of payable capital gains tax (total: 26.375 percent) and, where applicable, the church tax payable on capital gains tax.

The central payment agent is ODDO BHF Aktiengesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main, represented by Deutsche Wertpapier Servicebank AG, Frankfurt am Main.

Capital gains tax, the solidarity surcharge and, where applicable, church tax are not withheld for domestic shareholders that have provided their account-holding banks with a “non-assessment certificate” issued by the relevant tax office. The same applies in full or in part for domestic shareholders who have submitted an exemption order for capital gains tax to their account-holding banks to the extent that the amount covered by such exemption has not already been used for other income from capital assets.

Your Investor Relations contacts at HORNBACH

Antje Kelbert
Antje Kelbert
Head of Investor Relations
Anne Spies
Anne Spies
Senior Investor Relations Manager
Jonas Peter
Jonas Peter
Junior Manager Investor Relations
Fabienne Villwock
Fabienne Villwock
Assistant Investor Relations