Continental’s Executive Board decides on one of the largest organizational changes in the company’s history.
“The automotive industry is undergoing a trans-
formation. We are among the front-runners when
it comes to new, intelligent mobility concepts and services.”
The dividend of €4.50 for fiscal 2017 correlates to a payout ratio of 30.2%.
Free float of 54.0%.
Notifications pursuant to the German Securities Trading Act. No notifications were received in 2017.
The Continental share is officially listed on the German stock exchanges in Frankfurt, Hamburg, Hanover, and Stuttgart. It is also traded Over-the-Counter (OTC) in the United States as American Depositary Receipt (ADR).
Each share grants one vote at the Annual Shareholders' Meeting.
Five Continental ADRs are equivalent to one Continental share.
Continental shares are listed in various equity and sustainability indices.
200,005,983 shares are outstanding.
Individual mobility, technological leadership, global player, cash generation, reliability.