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At year-end 2019, Bankia’s share capital amounted to 3,069,522,105 euros, represented by 3,069,522,105 fully subscribed and paid-up registered shares, with a nominal value of 1 euro per share, all of the same class and series.

All the shares have the same voting and economic rights, no shareholder having different voting rights from any other.

The only change in the institution’s share capital during the period was a reduction of 15,440,845 euros through the cancellation, on 20 May, of 15,440,845 treasury shares with a nominal value of 1 euro per share.

38.2% of Bankia’s capital trades freely on the stock market, while 61.8% of the shares are held by BFA Tenedora de Acciones, Bankia’s parent company, which is owned by the State through the FROB (Fondo de Reestructuración Ordenada Bancaria, or Fund for Orderly Bank Restructuring).

Number of shares in issue 3,069,522,105
Average daily trading volume (no. of shares) 7,701,986
Average daily trading volume (euros) 16,043,278
Share price-high (euros) 2.69
Share price-low (euros) 1.55
Quoted price at 31/12/19 (euros) 1.90
Market capitalisation at 31/12/19 (euros) 5,839,765,805

Communication with shareholders

Bankia maintains various communication channels to fulfil its commitment to ongoing dialogue with shareholders, most notably the Bankia.com corporate website, the shareholder and investor newsletter, the new Shareholder Alerts subscription service, face-to-face meetings with shareholders, the General Meeting, and the Shareholders’ Office.

The bank also fosters dialogue with institutional investors. For example, the Investor Relations and Ratings Directorate took part in 10 roadshows, 19 international conferences, 9 field trips and numerous individual meetings and calls to present the bank’s performance and results, answer questions and share opinions.

Apart from financial content, Bankia also offers stakeholders information on social, environmental and corporate governance matters, which is increasingly demanded by the public. In fact, 64.9% of Bankia’s institutional investors apply responsible investment policies.

At year-end, a total of 30 analyst firms actively covered and provided a target price for the Bankia share (the average price was 1.86 euros at that time). 6.67% of the recommendations were buy, 46.67% sell and 46.67% hold.

Bankia's main shareholders by investor type

  % SHARE
CAPITAL AT
31/12/2019
% SHARE
CAPITAL AT
31/12/2018
Y-O-Y Change
(P.P.)
Y-O-Y CHANGE
(%)
BFA 61.80% 61.38% 0.42 0.68%
Spanish institutional 6.09% 7.04% -0.95 -13.48%
Foreign institutional 23.07% 22.50% 0.57 2.51%
Retail 9.05% 9.07% -0.02 0.27%
REGISTERED SHARES 3,069,522,105 3,084,962,950 -15,440,845 -0.50%
SHAREHOLDERS 173,949 184,643 -10,694 -5.79%

Bankia's rating

  S&P Global FITCH Ratings DBRS SCOPE
ISSUER RATINGS
LONG TERM BBB BBB BBB (high) BBB+
SHORT TERM A-2 F2 R-1 (low) S-2
OUTLOOK Stable Stable Positive Stable
DATE 31-05-2019 20-12-2019 02-07-2019 09-05-2019
MORTGAGE COVERED BOND RATINGS
LONG TERM AA A+ AAA AAA
OUTLOOK Stable Stable --- Stable
DATE 04-10-2019 18-12-2019 20-09-2019 12-07-2019

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