Since 1995 we have been demonstrating with INDUS how the small and medium-sized enterprise sector and capital market listings can go hand-in-hand. We combine our shareholders’ capital with successful business models designed for the long term. Through active strategic support we provide hidden champions in the SME sector with a platform on which to develop their businesses autonomously.
We have been successful with INDUS because our companies have been successful in their markets. Our shareholders participate in this success through regular dividends and value appreciation.
What makes investing in INDUS shares attractive
Our shareholders and investors…
…acquire an interest in the German economy’s primary engine of growth: the small and medium-sized enterprise sector.
…invest in a business model that is designed for the long term and is therefore predictable.
…invest in a strategy designed both for healthy earnings and stable value appreciation for the Group as a whole.
You are investing in…
…a diversified portfolio, which is better at offsetting cyclical fluctuations than companies operating in a specific sector.
…internationalization, innovation, and entrepreneurial growth – or, to put it differently, in the main forces driving the small and medium-sized enterprise sector.
|Number of shares||24,450,509||24,450,509||24,450,509||24,450,509||24,450,509|
|Market capitalization (in EUR million)||784.9||949.9||953.6||1,454.8||1,262.6|
|Year-end price (XETRA)||32.10||38.85||39.00||59.50||51.64|
|Year-high closing price (XETRA)||40.40||47.45||66.00||65.10||54.15|
|Year-low closing price (XETRA)||21.40||31.45||37.65||50.48||36.75|
|Earnings per share Group||-1.10||2.43||2.90||3.37||3.27|
|Cash flow per share Group||6.35||6.02||3.05||5.07||4.69|
|Dividend per share Group||0.80||0.80||1.50||1.50||1.35|
|Dividend yield (in %)||2.5||2.1||3.8||2.5||2.6|
|Dividend payout ratio (in %)||54.6||24.6||48.0||43.9||42.7|
Our dividend policy
INDUS shareholders participate in company profits through regular dividend distributions. The dividend policy provides that at least 50% of profits are to be reinvested in the company and up to 50% distributed.
Our Shareholder base
INDUS has a very stable shareholder base. Our shareholders bolster our long-term corporate strategy. The German Stock Exchange defines free float as all shares not held by major shareholders (share of share capital of at least 5%). According to this definition, free float amounts to 76.6%.
|Share class||Non-par bearer shares|
|Stock exchanges||XETRA, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt (regulated market); Berlin, Hamburg, Hannover, München, Stuttgart|
|Market segment||Prime Standard|
|Indices||SDAX, DAX International Mid 100, DAXsector Financial Services, Daxsubsector |
Diversified Financial Services, Classic All Share, Prime All Share, CDAX
|Designated Sponsors||Commerzbank, Hauck & Aufhäuser, ICF BANK AG|
|Subscribed Capital||EUR 69,928,453.64|
|Authorized Capital 2019||EUR 25,428,530.49|
|No. of shares||26,895,559|