Change of legal form Hornbach Holding now effected
Following Commercial Register entry of HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA, public listing of 16 million ordinary shares in KGaA begins on October 12, 2015
Neustadt a. d. Weinstrasse, October 12, 2015.
The change in legal form of the former Hornbach Holding Aktiengesellschaft into a German partnership limited by shares (KGaA) is now complete. It took effect upon the entry of HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA in the Commercial Register last Friday (October 9, 2015). The public listing of the total of 16 million ordinary shares in HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA (ISIN DE0006083405 / WKN 608340) began on Monday, October 12, 2015. From now on, there will be only one class of Hornbach Holding shares.
Following the entry of this change in legal form in the Commercial Register, the non-voting preference shares in Hornbach Holding Aktiengesellschaft (ISIN: DE0006083439) previously publicly listed are no longer admitted for stock market trading. Consistent with the application submitted by the company, all 16,000,000 non-par ordinary bearer shares in HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA were admitted to the Regulated Market on October 9, 2015 and simultaneously admitted for trading in the segment of the Regulated Market involving additional admission requirements (Prime Standard) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Note: The full announcement concerning the change in legal form and associated conversion of non-voting preference shares in Hornbach Holding Aktiengesellschaft into non-par ordinary shares in HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA and the admission and public listing of the non-par ordinary shares in HORNBACH Holding AG & Co. KGaA can be found here: PDF (71.85 kB)
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