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About Bilfinger

Bilfinger at a glance

Bilfinger is an international industrial services provider. The Group aims to enhance the efficiency of assets, ensure a high level of availability, reduce emissions and lower maintenance costs. Creating sustainable production processes for customers is becoming increasingly important. Bilfinger’s portfolio covers the entire value chain from consulting, engineering, manufacturing, assembly, maintenance and plant expansion to turnarounds and also includes environmental technologies and digital applications.

The company delivers its services in two service lines: Engineering & Maintenance and Technologies. Bilfinger is primarily active in Europe, North America and the Middle East. Process industry customers come from sectors that include chemicals & petrochemicals, energy & utilities, oil & gas, pharma & biopharma, metallurgy and cement. With its ~ 30,000 employees, Bilfinger upholds the highest standards of safety and quality and generated revenue of €3.7 billion in financial year 2021.

When did Bilfinger become a European Stock Corporation (Societas Europaea, SE)?

On April 15, 2010 the AGM approved the transformation into a European Stock Corporation. The change took effect upon entry in the commercial register of the Company on October 8, 2010.

When was the company renamed Bilfinger SE?

On September 25, 2012, the renaming of the Group as approved by the Annual General Meeting in May 2012 took effect, marking a further important step forward in the successful development of the company.

Where is the headquarters of Bilfinger SE?

The headquarters of Bilfinger is located at Oskar-Meixner-Straße 1, 68163 Mannheim, Germany.

Which accounting standards are the financial statements of the Bilfinger Group based on?

The Consolidated Financial Statements are prepared in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as adopted by the EU, and the additional requirements of German commercial law pursuant to Sec. 315a (1) HGB.

Bilfinger Share

When was Bilfinger first listed on the stock exchange?

The Bilfinger share has been listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange since the merger of Grün und Bilfinger and Julius Berger AG on December 31, 1975. Both companies had been listed since the early 20th century.

How many Bilfinger shares do exist?

There are currently 41,037,328 Bilfinger shares.

What is the value of a share?

The Bilfinger share is a no-par share. The arithmetical value is €3.23 per share.

What kind of shares are issued?

The shares of Bilfinger SE are bearer shares.

On which stock exchanges are Bilfinger shares traded?

Bilfinger shares are traded on the stock exchange in Frankfurt. They are also listed on the electronic trading platform XETRA.

What are the stock symbols?

Bloomberg symbol: GBF GR

Reuters symbol: GBFG.DE

What are the security identification numbers of the Bilfinger share?

The WKN is 590900

The ISIN is DE0005909006

In which indices is the Bilfinger share listed?

The Bilfinger share is listed in the following national and international indices, among others: SDAX, DAXsubsector Industrial Products & Services Index, Euro STOXX Low Carbon, EURO STOXX, STOXX EUROPE TMI Support Services.

Sustainability

What does Sustainability mean for Bilfinger?

Sustainability is a key component of our corporate strategy. With our services, we make a significant contribution to helping our customers achieve their sustainability goals. We enhance efficiency, reduce emissions and increase the performance of plants in the process industry.

We have firmly anchored the concept of sustainability in our corporate structures. It is defined as a goal in our Mission Statement and is an integral part of our Code of Conduct as well as a number of internal Group Policies.

More information regarding sustainability at Bilfinger you can obtain here.

Does Bilfinger publish a Sustainability Report?

We have been reporting on our sustainability activities annually since 2011.

The non-financial group reporting of Bilfinger is available here. In terms of structure and content, the declaration follows the provisions of the German Commercial Code (HGB) and the corresponding formulation of the German Accounting Standards (DRS 20). It fulfils the content requirements pursuant to Sections 315c in conjunction with 289c to 289e HGBand of Article 8 of Regulation (EU) 2020/852 of the European Parliament and of the Council of June 18, 2020, on establishing a framework to facilitate sustainable investment and amending Regulation (EU) 2019/2088. 

In addition, we issue a declaration of compliance with the German Sustainability Code every year and prepare a progress report as part of our membership in the UN Global Compact. 

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