Henkel represented in all major indices

Henkel shares are traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, predominantly on the Xetra electronic trading platform. Henkel is also represented on all the other regional stock exchanges in Germany. In the USA, investors are able to acquire Henkel preferred and ordinary shares by way of stock ownership certificates obtained through the Sponsored Level I ADR (American Depositary Receipt) program. The number of ADRs representing ordinary and preferred shares outstanding at the end of the year was about 3.7 million (end of 2010: 4.1 million).

Share data
 PreferredOrdinary
Security code no.604843604840
ISIN codeDE0006048432DE0006048408
Stock exch. symbolHEN3.ETRHEN.ETR
Number of shares178,162,875259,795,875

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ADR data
 PreferredOrdinary
CUSIP42550U20842550U109
ISIN codeUS42550U2087US42550U1097
ADR symbolHENOYHENKY

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The international importance of Henkel preferred shares derives not least from their inclusion in major indices that serve as important indicators for the capital markets and as benchmarks for fund managers. Particularly noteworthy in this respect are the MSCI World, the Dow Jones Euro Stoxx, and the FTSE World Europe indices. Henkel is also listed in the Dow Jones Titans 30 Personal & Household Goods Index, confirming our position as one of the 30 most important listed corporations operating in the personal and household goods sectors worldwide. And as a DAXAbbreviation for Deutscher Aktienindex, the German share index. The DAX lists the stocks and shares of Germany’s 30 largest listed corporations. Henkel’s preferred shares are quoted on the DAX. DAX is a registered trademark of Deutsche Börse AG, the German stock exchange company.
stock, Henkel counts as one of the 30 most important listed companies in Germany.

Once again our advances and achievements on the sustainable development front likewise impressed the independent experts in 2011. Henkel’s position in various national and international sustainability ratings and indices was further confirmed. The Dow Jones Sustainability Index (World and Europe) listed Henkel for the fifth consecutive year as industry leader in the market sector “Nondurable Household Goods.” Our place in the FTSE4Good Ethical Index was likewise confirmed, as was our continued membership of the Ethibel Sustainability Index. In the latter, Henkel is one of just 200 corporations included from around the world. Henkel was also inducted into the Stoxx Global ESG Leaders index family newly launched in 2011 by Deutsche Börse (German Stock Exchange), and is thus listed as a “sustainable security” in the associated information portal. Since April 2011, the portal has acted as a funnel combining all the sustainable securities listed for trading on the German stock exchange.

As of year-end 2011 the market capitalizationMarket value of a company calculated from the number of shares issued multiplied by their list price as quoted on the stock exchange.
of the DAXAbbreviation for Deutscher Aktienindex, the German share index. The DAX lists the stocks and shares of Germany’s 30 largest listed corporations. Henkel’s preferred shares are quoted on the DAX. DAX is a registered trademark of Deutsche Börse AG, the German stock exchange company.
-relevant preferred shares was 7.9 billion euros, placing Henkel 20th among DAXAbbreviation for Deutscher Aktienindex, the German share index. The DAX lists the stocks and shares of Germany’s 30 largest listed corporations. Henkel’s preferred shares are quoted on the DAX. DAX is a registered trademark of Deutsche Börse AG, the German stock exchange company.
companies (2010: 21st). In terms of trading volumes, Henkel was ranked 27th on the list (2010: 26th). Our DAXAbbreviation for Deutscher Aktienindex, the German share index. The DAX lists the stocks and shares of Germany’s 30 largest listed corporations. Henkel’s preferred shares are quoted on the DAX. DAX is a registered trademark of Deutsche Börse AG, the German stock exchange company.
weighting rose to 1.52 percent (2010: 1.32 percent).