Capital Stage is investing in solarparks and windfarms and is Germany’s largest solarpark operator.

Directors' Dealings - Pursuant to Article 19 of the European Market Abuse Regulation

Pursuant to Article 19 of the European Market Abuse Regulation No. 596/2014, which came into force on 3 July 2016, transactions relating to financial instruments and derivatives conducted by members of Management Boards and Supervisory Boards of listed entities as well as persons closely associated with them must immediately be notified to their own company and be published by the latter.

The publication of such transactions is an important contribution to the prevention of insider trading.

Moreover, knowledge of such transactions is of great importance for the market, as these transactions provide indications as to management’s view of the future business outlook. A Europe-wide regulation thus ensures fairness and comparability.  

Capital Stage AG complies with this obligation by immediately publishing the corresponding notifications.

Click here to read the latest notifications on directors’ dealing of Capital Stage AG (published only in German Language).

Ad hoc announcements

Capital Stage AG enters a long-term strategic partnership ...

Capital Stage, the SDAX-listed, Hamburg-based solar and wind park investor and operator, today announced that it has entered a strategic partnership ... read more


Press releases

Capital Stage Group takes over Treucon Asset Management ...

CHORUS Clean Energy AG (“CHORUS”), a member of the Capital Stage Group serving institutional investors, has taken over Treucon Asset Management GmbH. ... read more


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