Shareholder structure almost unchanged

The funds advised by the US private equity firm Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. still hold 22.7 % of our shares. This makes them still the largest shareholder of Deutsche Wohnen AG, thus ensuring long-term continuity.

About 39 % are held by seven other larger investors, both national and international, with each more than 3 % of the entire share capital. Since 2008, Asset Value Investors Ltd. has been the second largest shareholder with a little over 10 % of the shares. With this, altogether about 62 % of the entire share capital are in the hands of investors oriented towards the long-term, which translates into a stable basis for our company. We demand and promote the active support by our major shareholders for achieving our goals, and are in permanent, close communication with them. The remaining ca. 38 % of the shares are distributed among national and international private persons and institutional investors who are not subject to reporting obligations.

Shareholder structure
Shareholder structure (Pie Chart)

 

Shareholder Assigned share in case of more than 3 % 12/31/20091
Oaktree OCM Funds 22.70 %
Asset Value Investors Ltd. British Empire (AVI) 9.99 %
Deutsche Asset Management Zürich Deutscher Herold
Lebensversicherung AG (ZDHL)
5.75 %
First Eagle Investment
Management, LLC
First Eagle Overseas Fund 5.24 %
Sun Life Financial MFS Investment Management 5.03 %
Deutsche Bank AG DWS Investment GmbH 3.70 %
Ärzteversorgung Westfalen-Lippe Feri Finance AG 3.33 %
Cohen & Steers Cohen & Steers, Inc.
Cohen & Steers, Capital Management, Inc.
3.12 %
3.02 %
Total   61.88 %
Free float   38.12 %

1 Based on Securities Trading Act (WpHG); Oaktree: data from the company

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