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The dividend will be paid from the contribution account for tax purposes (section 27 of the Körperschaftsteuergesetz (KStG – German Corporate Income Tax Act)), meaning that investment income tax and the solidarity surcharge will not be deducted. In the case of shareholders in Germany, the dividend is not subject to current taxation in the year of payment. The opinion of the German tax authorities (see also the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF) circular dated December 22, 2009, paragraph 92) is that the payment of dividends from the contribution account for tax purposes constitutes a repayment of shareholder contributions, which results in a subsequent reduction of the costs of the shares. This may lead to taxation of higher capital gains when shares are subsequently sold.

Financial Year Proposed Dividend (Euro per Share) Dividend Payout Ratio
2014 0.70 42%
2013 0.60 34%
2012 0.55 33%
2011 0.55 32%
2010 0.40 56%
2009 0.30 34%
2008 0.40 73%
2007 0.20 13%

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44.63 EUR (Xetra)
May 22, 2015
at 17:35 h

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