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  • Share price ser. A and ser. B

    Wilh. Wilhelmsen Holding ASA has two share classes, WWI (ser. A) and WWIB (ser. B). Class B shares (WWIB) do not carry voting rights at general meetings. Apart from this, each share carries the same rights in the company.

  • 20 largest shareholders

    Get an overview of Wilh. Wilhelmsen Holding ASA 20 largest shareholders.

  • Dividend

    Our goal is to provide shareholders with a high return over time through a combination of rising value for the company's shares and payment of dividend. The objective is to have consistent yearly dividend paid twice annually, targeting an annual dividend yield of 3 – 5% over time .

  • Share buybacks

    Wilhelmsen will continue to use share buybacks as a tool to distribute value to shareholders. At the latest Annual General Meeting on 27 April 2023, the board was granted, on behalf of the company, an authorisation to acquire shares in the company with a nominal value of up to NOK 89,160,000, equivalent to 10% of the current share capital. The authority is normally granted on an annual basis, with certain limitations. Following completion of the latest buyback program in April 2024, Wilh. Wilhelmsen Holding ASA owns 826,300 own shares, split on 306,741 A-shares and 519,559 B-shares.

  • Registrar

    Wilh. Wilhelmsen Holding ASA is listed on Oslo Børs. The registrar manages the share register on behalf of the company.