In accordance with Article 17 of the Regulation (EU) No. 596/2014 (market abuse regulation), domestic issuers of financial instruments must immediately disclose to the public any insider information directly concerning them. The aim of the ad hoc disclosure obligation is to guarantee complete and proper market transparency which is required to ensure that all economic actors are able to participate in integrated financial markets and of key importance in preventing insider trading and misleading of investors.
This rule has been in force since 3 July 2016. Older reports are based on the previously applicable section 15 of the Securities Trading Act (WpHG).
Ad-hoc News 2010
Deutsche Wohnen AG: Early refinancing of Deutsche Wohnen Group completed
Frankfurt/Main, 24 November 2010: Today, GEHAG GmbH, a member of Deutsche Wohnen Group, has signed additional loan agreements of EUR 200m in total with three German mid-tier banks. As a result, the remaining amount of the loan of Deutsche Wohnen Group origi-nally due in 2012 has been successfully refinanced prior to its stated maturity. Included thereinMore
Deutsche Wohnen AG: Early refinancing of Deutsche Wohnen Group
Deutsche Wohnen AG Frankfurt am Main ISIN DE000A0HN5C6 WKN A0HN5C ISIN DE0006283302 WKN 628330 Early refinancing of Deutsche Wohnen Group Frankfurt/Main, 28 September 2010: Today, GEHAG GmbH, a member of Deutsche Wohnen Group, has signed a loan agreement of EUR 255.0m with Bayerische Landesbank. As a consequence, approximately 60% of loans ofMore
Deutsche Wohnen AG: Supervisory Board of Deutsche Wohnen AG extends the appointment of Chief Financial Officer Helmut Ullrich
Frankfurt am Main, 1 February 2010. The supervisory board of Deutsche Wohnen AG unanimously resolved to extend the appointment of Helmut Ullrich as Chief Financial Officer. His appointment will therefore end on 31 December 2011. Ullrich has been member of the management board since 1 August 2007 and is responsible for the financial department. 01.02.2010More