The W&W-Group Share
Here you will find everything you need to know about the W&W share, the current share price, information on share price performance, dividend policy and the opinions of analysts.
Basic data of the W&W Share
- Security Identification Number (SIN): 805 100
- International Securities Identification Number (ISIN): DE0008051004
- Type of Security: Registered share
- Number of Shares: 93.749.720 shares, of which are treasury shares: 79,966
- Share Capital: 490,311,035.60 Euro
- Reuters Code: WUWGn.SG
- Bloomberg Code: WUW GR
- Stock Exchanges: Regulated Market - Stuttgart, Frankfurt/Main; Open Market - Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Hannover, Munich
Reasons to invest in W&W
A successful business model
Our business model is geared towards stability and sustainability and is a response to the basic needs of our customers in life-issues such as housing, financial assets and a secure future.
The W&W Group generates a minimum sustainable profit of 220€ Million a year and works at a competitive productivity and cost level. Wherever possible and suitable we continue to streamline group structures.
Increased working time flexibility
The W&W Group is further strengthening its position in regard to future job security, professional career development opportunities and working time flexibility, in accordance with the ongoing changes in society.
Digitalisation: New opportunities
The W&W Group offers easy, comprehensible access for consumers and systematically further develops the opportunities of digitalization.
Attractive range distribution channels
The W&W Group has more than 6 million customers and offers an attractive range of distribution channels consisting of self-employed sales representatives, partnerships, direct sales and brokers and estate agents. We have a broad portfolio.
The W&W Group offers investors stable dividends and promising performance potential for shares.
Numerous analysts follow the development of W&W AG. The list contains banks and securities trading houses which regularly publish commentaries, ratings and recommendations on the share of W&W AG. The list does not claim to be complete. The estimates may be subject to certain assumptions that are not disclosed here.The information is not intended as a recommendation of a financial investment in our company. Any opinions, estimates or forecasts made by these analysts are not opinions, forecasts or predictions of W&W AG or its management. By providing the list, W&W AG does not imply its endorsement of or concurrence with such information, conclusions or recommendations.
|Montega||22.07.2021||Unwetterschäden bei W&W aufgrund von Rückversicherungsstrukturen und allgemein gutem übrigen Schadenverlauf im Rahmen der Erwartungen||Buy / Price target: 23.00 €|
|11.02.2016||Ersteinschätzung W&W AG||Buy / Price target: 25.00 €|
|Bankhaus Metzler||24.06.2021||Rising dividend for 2021e in our view highly likely||Buy / Price target: 24.00 €|
|Commerzbank||31.07.2020||Q2 profit supported by tightening credit spreads.||Buy / Price target: 20.00 €|
|LBBW||23.06.2021||Guidance deutlich angehoben||Buy / Price target: 23.00 €|
Annual General Meetings
For any details, please refer to our german website, as documents will be provided in german only.
On 1 January 1999, Wüstenrot and Württembergische merged to form Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG (W&W AG). Since then, the registered shares of W&W AG have been officially listed in Stuttgart and Frankfurt.
Via the two holding companies Wüstenrot Holding AG and WS Holding AG, the non-profit
Gemeinschaft der Freunde Deutscher Eigenheimverein e.V. (Wüstenrot Foundation) indirectly holds approx. 66.3% of the shares in Wüstenrot & Württembergische AG. Both holding companies are solely owned by the Wüstenrot Foundation.
The foundation works exclusively and directly on a non-profit basis in the areas of monument preservation, science, research, education, art and culture. As an active foundation, it initiates, conceives and implements projects itself and also promotes the implementation of outstanding ideas and projects of other institutions through financial contributions.