Henkel Shares

Henkel preferred shares are publicly listed since 1985, the ordinary shares since 1996. Both share classes are predominantly traded on the Xetra electronic market of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Henkel is also represented on the floor of this and the other regional stock exchanges in Germany.

Since the issue of Henkel’s preferred share in 1985, investors who re-invested their dividends in further share purchases would, by the end of 2013, have achieved an average annual yield (excluding taxes) of 12.4 percent. Over the same period, the DAX provided an annual yield of 7.8 percent.


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Henkel ADRs (American Depositary Receipts)

In the USA, investors are able to acquire Henkel preferred and ordinary shares by way of stock ownership certificates obtained through the Sponsored Level I ADR (American Depositary Receipt) program. Depositary Bank is the Bank of New York. The number of ADRs representing ordinary and preferred shares outstanding at the end of 2013 was about 3.7 million (end of 2012: 3.5 million).


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