Investor Relations

Wienerberger Shares

Wienerberger AG has been successfully represented on the Vienna Stock Exchange for almost 150 years. Learn more about the price of shares, key figures and the shareholder structure.

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Wienerberger on the stock exchange

With a market capitalisation of 2,371 million euros and a 4.3% weighting on the ATX (Austrian Trade Index) at the end of 2017, Wienerberger is one of the biggest companies on the Vienna Stock Exchange. Wienerberger AG is listed on the prime market with 117.5 million bearer shares. The principle of “one share, one vote” applies to the publicly owned, free float shares: There are no preference or registered shares and no restrictions apply to ordinary shares.

In the US, Wienerberger AG is traded on the OTC Market through a level 1 ADR programme provided by the Bank of New York Mellon. In each case, five ADRs document the right to obtain bearer shares.

An Overview of Wienerberger’s Shares

Shares: Purely publicly owned shares, 100% free float 
Quantity: 117.5 million no-par value shares
Listing: Vienna Stock Exchange (WIE), Thomson Reuters (WBSV.VI), Bloomberg (WIE AV)
Market segment: Prime market
ADR: ADR Level 1 (WBRBY)
ISIN: AT0000831706

Coverage by analysts

Austrian and international financial analysts regularly assess Wienerberger AG’s development. At the end of March 2018, analysts examined the shares in the following institutions:


Berhard Haas Wiener Privatbank T +43 1 534 31 155
Daniel Lion Erste Group T +43 050100 17420
Matthias Pfeifenberger Deutsche Bank AG T +43 1 531 81 153
Markus Remis Raiffeisen Centrobank T +43 1 51520 718
Stephan Trubrich Kepler T +43 1 537 12 4149


Patrick Horch MainFirstT +49 69 78808 231
Ami Galla Citigroup T +44 207 9864092
Florence O'Donoghue Davy Securities T +353 1 6148741
Yves Bromehead Exane BNP Paribas T +44 20 7039 9503
Miguel Borrega UBS T +44 20 7568 4394
Saravana Bala Berenberg Bank T +44 203 2077860

Consensus and Wienerberger’s Shares

The following consensus estimates contain estimates that were published on the 17th of August (the results of the first half-year). Here you can find recommendations by analysts and the average target price of shares:
2018 in €RevenuesEBITDAEBIT Net incomeEPS adjustedDividend
Consensus Median3,2904512531451.240.43
Number of estimates777777
2019 in €RevenuesEBITDAEBIT Net incomeEPS adjustedDividend
Consensus Median3,4205283292091.800.54
Number of estimates777777
2020 in €RevenuesEBITDAEBIT Net incomeEPS adjustedDividend
Consensus Median3,5695763732492.130.65
Number of estimates777777

Wienerberger’s shareholder structure

Shareholder Structure

As is customary for international companies on the stock exchange, Wienerberger’s shareholder structure is very diverse. The shares all are free float shares. The majority of the shares are held by institutional investors, with less than 15% owned by private investors.

Over half of the institutional investors come from Anglo-Saxon countries: North America as well as Great Britain. The rest of the shares are predominantly owned by investors in continental Europe. The majority of the institutional investors are concerned with value, GARP and growth.

More than 5%FMR LLC (Fidelity), USA
More than 4%TIAA-CREF, USA



Wienerberger has defined clear conditions for dividend payouts. We are planning a dividend payout of 10 to 30% from our free cash flow, after deducting the costs of the hybrid capital. The yearly dividends are determined by taking the business’ development, the economic climate, as well as potential growth projects into consideration.

Repurchasing Shares

The 149th Annual General Meeting held on June 14, 2018, authorized the Managing Board, in accordance with § 65 (1) nr. 8 of the Austrian Stock Corporation Act, to buy back own shares, up to the limit defined by law, during a period of 30 months and to either withdraw or re-sell the shares bought back and to sell own shares by means other than on the stock exchange or through a public offering without further resolution by the Annual General Meeting. The price for the shares acquired on the basis of this resolution must not be lower than EUR 1.00 per share and must not exceed twice the stock market quotation on June 14, 2018.
The 148th Annual General Meeting of Wienerberger AG on May 19, 2017 authorized the Managing Board, in accordance with § 65 (1) nr. 4 of the Austrian Stock Corporation Act, to buy back own shares in the amount of 2% of the share capital for an employee participation program during a period of 30 months. The price for the shares acquired on the basis of this resolution must not be lower than EUR 1.00 per share and must not exceed twice the stock market quotation on May 19, 2017.

Capital increases

The last time Wienerberger AG increased share capital by releasing new shares was in 2009. As a result of the decision made during the 145th annual general meeting, the management board is authorised to increase share capital by releasing up to 17.6 million shares. This corresponds with up to 15% of the share capital. As a result, in certain circumstances, shareholders’ legally permitted subscription privileges will not be allowed. However, the number of shares that will be subject to this rule must not exceed 5% of the overall share capital.

Further information

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The Wienerberger Investment Case

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Wienerberger's Annual General Meeting

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