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 2016
Deutsche Wohnen AG: New member appointed to the Management Board
New member appointed to the Management Board Frankfurt/Main and Berlin, 8 August 2016. Today, the Supervisory Board of Deutsche Wohnen AG has unanimously appointed Philip Grosse (46) as an additional member of the Management Board and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the company for the duration of three years effective from 1 September 2016. In hisMore