Deutsche Beteiligungs (FRA: DBAN)

Last close As at 16/07/2024


0.20 (0.78%)

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Deutsche Beteiligungs is a German-based and listed private equity investment and fund management company that invests in mid-sized companies in Germany and neighbouring countries via management buyout transactions and growth capital financings. It also manages c €2bn of third-party capital, which generates stable recurring fee income. Following the acquisition of a majority stake in ELF Capital, DBAG will expand its offer to include private debt.

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Milosz Papst

Milosz Papst

Director, Financials

Michal Mordel

Analyst, Investment trusts

Key Management

  • Roland Rapelius

    Head of IR

  • Tom Alzin

    Board spokesman

Share Price Performance

Price Performance
% 1M 3M 12M
Actual (4.9) (4.6) (13.3)
Relative (7.6) (8.5) (24.6)
52 week high/low €33.4/€24.9


Deutsche Beteiligungs (DBAG) completed an issue of €100m senior unsecured convertible bonds on 28 June, with proceeds to be used for co-investments alongside DBAG and ELF Capital funds, and for general corporate purposes. The bonds will bear interest at a fixed rate of 5.5% pa and mature in 2030. They are convertible into up to c 3.25m of new and/or existing DBAG shares, which is the equivalent of 17.3% of the currently outstanding number of shares.



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