|How many shares has Schibsted issued?
|Schibsted has issued 102,962,278 A shares. and 127,970,691 B shares.
|Who are the largest shareholders in Schibsted?
|An updated list of the largest shareholders can be found here.
|What is the free float of the shares in Schibsted?
|The Tinius Trust holds 29.9 percent of the A-shares and 23.5 percent of the B-shares in Schibsted. The remaining 70 percent of the A-shares and 77 percent of the B-shares shares that are not treasury shares are in free float.
|How many of Schibsted’s shares are held by non-Norwegian investors?
|Please see an updated overview here.
|How does the Tinius Trust exercise its ownership in Schibsted?
|The Tinius Trust and its role as a Schibsted shareholder is described here.
|Where can I find information regarding Schibsted’s share price performance?
|Schibsted’s website contains information on the company’s latest and historical share price performance here. It is also possible to calculate historical returns including dividends at this page.
|Where are Schibsted shares traded, and what is the ticker symbol?
|Schibsted has been listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE) since 1992. As of 1 June 2015, the Company established a dual share class strucutre. The ticker symbol of the A share is “SCHA” and of the B share “SCHB”.
|Is there more than one class of Schibsted shares?
|Schibsted has two share classes; A and B. The A shares carry 10 votes each, whereas the B shares carry 1 vote each at the General Meeting. Otherwise the A shares and the B shares carry equal rights
|Are there limitations on ownership or voting rights in Schibsted?
|Schibsted’s articles of association states that no shareholder may own or vote at the Annual General Meeting for more than 30% of the shares. More details regarding this in Schibsted’s Articles of association.
|Which analysts follow Schibsted?
|Schibsted has a broad range of Norwegian and international financial analysts. A list of the analysts and their contact details are available here.