Top 100 Organizations in Germany

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Top 100 Organizations in Germany

SAP SE is a German multinational software corporation based in Walldorf, Baden-Württemberg, that develops enterprise software to manage business operations and customer relations. The company is especially known for its ERP software.

Stock price: SAP (ETR) €118.42 +0.08 (+0.07%)

Customer service: 000 800 049 0029

CEO: Christian Klein (10 Oct 2019–)

Founded: 1 April 1972, Weinheim, Germany

Headquarters: Walldorf, Germany

Revenue: 2,755.3 crores EUR (2019)

Subsidiaries: SAP SuccessFactors, SAP Concur, SAP Ariba, MORE

Founders: Dietmar Hopp, Hasso Plattner, Claus Wellenreuther, Klaus Tschira, Hans-Werner Hector

Volkswagen is a German motor vehicle manufacturer headquartered in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony, Germany. Founded in 1937 by the German Labour Front, known for their iconic Beetle, it is the flagship brand of the Volkswagen Group, the largest car maker by worldwide sales in 2016 and 2017.

Founder: German Labour Front

Founded: 28 May 1937, Berlin, Germany

CEO: Herbert Diess (13 Apr 2018–)

Customer service: 1800 209 0909

Headquarters: Wolfsburg, Germany

Parent organization: Volkswagen Group

Siemens AG is a German multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Munich and the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe with branch offices abroad. Wikipedia

Stock price: SIE (ETR) €151.02 -0.58 (-0.38%)

Customer service: 1800 209 1850

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

CEO: Roland Busch (3 Feb 2021–)

Revenue: 8,684.9 crores EUR (2019)

Founded: 1 October 1847, Berlin, Germany

Subsidiaries: Siemens Healthineers, MORE

Founders: Werner von Siemens, Johann Georg Halske

Daimler AG is a German multinational automotive corporation headquartered in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is one of the world’s leading car and truck manufacturers. Daimler-Benz was formed with the merger of Benz & Cie. and Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft in 1926.

Stock price: DAI (ETR) €86.18 +0.36 (+0.42%)

Headquarters: Stuttgart, Germany

CEO: Ola Källenius (22 May 2019–)

Revenue: 15,430.9 crores EUR (2020)

Founded: 17 November 1998, Stuttgart, Germany

Number of employees: 2,88,481 (December 31 2020)

Net income: 400.9 crores EUR (2020)

Subsidiaries: Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-AMG, Smart, MORE

The Merck Group, branded and commonly known as Merck, is a German multinational science and technology company headquartered in Darmstadt, with about 57,000 employees and present in 66 countries. The group includes around 250 companies; the main company is Merck KGaA in Germany.

Stock price: MRK (ETR) €224.50 +3.30 (+1.49%)

Revenue: 1,753.4 crores EUR (2020)

Headquarters: Darmstadt, Germany

CEO: Belén Garijo (1 May 2021–)

Founder: Friedrich Jacob Merck

Founded: 1668, Darmstadt, Germany

Subsidiaries: Sigma-Aldrich, MilliporeSigma, MORE

Parent organization: E. Merck KG

Allianz SE is a German multinational financial services company headquartered in Munich, Germany. Its core businesses are insurance and asset management. Wikipedia

Stock price: ALV (ETR) €203.85 -1.00 (-0.49%)

CEO: Oliver Bäte (7 May 2015–)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Revenue: 14,045.5 crores EUR (2020)

Founded: 5 February 1890, Berlin, Germany

Number of employees: 1,50,269 (2020)

Subsidiaries: Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America, MORE

Founders: Wilhelm von Finck, Carl von Thieme

Deutsche Telekom AG is a German telecommunications company headquartered in Bonn and by revenue the largest telecommunications provider in Europe. Deutsche Telekom was formed in 1995, as the former state-owned monopoly Deutsche Bundespost was privatised.

Stock price: DTE (ETR) €15.92 -0.15 (-0.96%)

Revenue: 10,100 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Timotheus Höttges (Jan 2014–)

Headquarters: Bonn, Germany

Owner: Public float

Number of employees: 2,26,291 (2020)

Founded: 1 January 1995

Subsidiaries: Magenta Telekom, T-Mobile, T-Systems, MORE

The Deutsche Post AG, operating under the trade name Deutsche Post DHL Group, is a German multinational package delivery and supply chain management company headquartered in Bonn, Germany. It is one of the world’s largest courier companies.

Stock price: DPW (ETR) €53.51 -0.84 (-1.55%)

Revenue: 6,680.6 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Frank Appel (18 Feb 2008–)

Headquarters: Bonn, Germany

Founded: 2 January 1995, Germany

Number of employees: 5,65,053

Net income: 222 crores EUR (2018)

Subsidiaries: DHL, StreetScooter, DHL Supply Chain, MORE

Siemens Healthineers AG is an American- German medical device company. It is the parent company for several medical technology companies and is headquartered in Erlangen, Germany and Malvern, Pennsylvania, United States.

Stock price: SHL (ETR) €67.20 +0.38 (+0.57%)

Headquarters: Erlangen, Germany

Revenue: 1,446 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Bernd Montag (1 May 2015–)

Number of employees: 66,000 (2021)

Founder: Werner von Siemens

Subsidiaries: Varian Medical Systems, MORE

Parent organization: Siemens

Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, commonly referred to as BMW, is a German multinational corporate manufacturer of luxury vehicles and motorcycles headquartered in Munich, Bavaria, Germany.

Customer service: 1800 102 2269

Founded: 7 March 1916, Munich, Germany

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Stock price: BMW (ETR) €90.22 -0.91 (-1.00%)

Owners: Susanne Klatten, Stefan Quandt

Founders: Karl Rapp, Gustav Otto, Camillo Castiglioni, Franz Josef Popp

Subsidiaries: BMW Motorrad, BMW M, John Cooper Works, MORE

Adidas AG is a German multinational corporation, founded and headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany, that designs and manufactures shoes, clothing and accessories. It is the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe, and the second largest in the world, after Nike.

Stock price: ADS (ETR) €259.00 -4.00 (-1.52%)

Founder: Adolf Dassler

Founded: 18 August 1949, Herzogenaurach, Germany

CEO: Kasper Rørsted (1 Oct 2016–)

Headquarters: Herzogenaurach, Germany

Revenue: 2,191.5 crores EUR (2018)

Number of employees: 57,016 (2018)

Subsidiaries: Reebok, Five Ten Footwear, adidas Canada, MORE

BASF SE is a German multinational chemical company and the largest chemical producer in the world. The BASF Group comprises subsidiaries and joint ventures in more than 80 countries and operates six integrated production sites and 390 other production sites in Europe, Asia, Australia, the Americas and Africa.

Stock price: BAS (ETR) €59.89 -0.40 (-0.66%)

Headquarters: Ludwigshafen, Germany

Revenue: 5,931.6 crores EUR (2019)

CEO: Martin Brudermüller (4 May 2018–)

Number of employees: 1,17,628 (end 2019)

Founder: Friedrich Engelhorn

Founded: 6 April 1865, Mannheim, Germany

Subsidiaries: BASF Coatings (Pty.) Ltd., Wintershall, BASF Japan, MORE

Infineon Technologies AG is a German semiconductor manufacturer founded in 1999, when the semiconductor operations of the former parent company Siemens AG were spun off. Infineon has about 46,665 employees and is one of the ten largest semiconductor manufacturers worldwide.

Revenue: 856.7 crores EUR (2020)

Headquarters: Neubiberg, Germany

CEO: Reinhard Ploss (1 Oct 2012–)

Customer service: 00 49 800 951951951

Founded: 1 April 1999

Number of employees: 46,665 (30 Sep 2020)

Subsidiaries: Cypress Semiconductor, Infineon Technologies Austria

Bayer AG is a German multinational pharmaceutical and life sciences company and one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Headquartered in Leverkusen, Bayer’s areas of business include pharmaceuticals; consumer healthcare products, agricultural chemicals, seeds and biotechnology products.

Stock price: BAYN (ETR) €45.78 +0.04 (+0.10%)

Headquarters: Leverkusen, Germany

Revenue: 4,140 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Werner Baumann (1 May 2016–)

Founded: 1 August 1863, Barmen, Germany

Number of employees: 99,538 (FTE, end 2020)

Subsidiaries: Monsanto, Bayer CropScience LLC, MORE

Founders: Friedrich Bayer, Johann Friedrich Weskott

BioNTech SE is a German biotechnology company based in Mainz that develops and manufactures active immunotherapies for patient-specific approaches to the treatment of diseases.

CEO: Uğur Şahin (2008–) Trending

Stock price: BNTX (NASDAQ) $284.21 -7.73 (-2.65%)

Founded: 2008

Headquarters: Germany

Subsidiaries: BioNTech Innovative Manufacturing Services GmbH, MORE

Founders: Uğur Şahin, Özlem Türeci, Christoph Huber

HapagLloyd AG is a German international shipping and container transportation company. Hapag-Lloyd was formed in 1970 through a merger of Hamburg-American Line and North German Lloyd.

Stock price: HLAG (ETR) €226.20 +1.40 (+0.62%)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

CEO: Rolf Habben Jansen (1 Jul 2014–)

Revenue: 1,450 crores USD

Founded: 1 September 1970

Number of employees: 13,117

Net income: 106 crores USD

Subsidiaries: Nile Dutch Investments B.V., MORE

Munich Re Group or Munich Reinsurance Company is a German multinational insurance company based in Munich, Germany. It is one of the world’s leading reinsurers. ERGO, a Munich Re subsidiary, is the Group’s primary insurance arm.

Stock price: MUV2 (ETR) €248.10 -0.30 (-0.12%)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

CEO: Joachim Wenning (27 Apr 2017–)

Founded: 3 April 1880, Munich, Germany

Subsidiaries: Ergo Group, MORE

Founders: Wilhelm von Finck, Carl von Thieme

Sartorius AG is an international pharmaceutical and laboratory equipment supplier, covering the segments of Bioprocess Solutions and Lab Products & Services. In 2019, the technology group earned sales revenue of 1827.0 million euros. Founded in 1870, the Göttingen-based company currently employs over 9,000 persons.

Stock price: SRT (ETR) €490.00 -3.00 (-0.61%)

Headquarters: Göttingen, Germany

CEO: Joachim Kreuzburg (11 Nov 2005–)

Founder: Florenz Sartorius

Founded: 1870

Subsidiaries: Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Biological Industries, MORE

Henkel AG & Co. KGaA is a German chemical and consumer goods company headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany. It is a multinational company active both in the consumer and industrial sector.

Stock price: HEN3 (ETR) €71.26 +0.10 (+0.14%)

Headquarters: Düsseldorf, Germany

Revenue: 1,925 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Carsten Knobel (1 Jan 2020–)

Founder: Fritz Henkel

Founded: 1876, Aachen, Germany

Number of employees: 52,950 (average, 2020)

Subsidiaries: Loctite, Henkel Japan Ltd., Henkel Corporation, MORE

Vonovia is a real estate company based in Bochum, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. Its history goes back to Deutsche Annington, which merged with GAGFAH and was subsequently renamed Vonovia.

Stock price: VNA (ETR) €50.14 -0.14 (-0.28%)

Revenue: 440 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Rolf Eberhard Buch (1 Apr 2013–)

Predecessor: GAGFAH

Founded: 2001

Number of employees: 10,345 (2019)

Net income: 190.98 crores EUR (2020)

Subsidiaries: Deutsche Wohnen, BUWOG, GAGFAH, MORE

E.ON SE is a European electric utility company based in Essen, Germany. It runs one of the world’s largest investor-owned electric utility service providers. The name comes from the Greek word aeon which means age.

Stock price: EOAN (ETR) €11.37 +0.06 (+0.55%)

Founded: 16 June 2000, Düsseldorf, Germany

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

CEO: Leonhard Birnbaum (1 Apr 2021–)

Revenue: 4,148.4 crores EUR (2019)

Number of employees: 78,948 (2019)

Net income: 153.6 crores EUR (2019)

Subsidiaries: E.ON Gaz Romania, E.ON Bayern, E.ON UK, MORE

Delivery Hero is a German multinational online food-delivery service based in Berlin, Germany. The company operates in 50+ countries internationally in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East and partners with 500,000+ restaurants.

Stock price: DHER (ETR) €103.85 -3.20 (-2.99%)

Revenue: 123.8 crores EUR (2019)

Founded: 2011

Headquarters: Germany

Number of employees: 24,617 (2019)

Subsidiaries: foodpanda, Yemeksepeti, Foodora, PedidosYa, MORE

Founders: Niklas Östberg, Lukasz Gadowski, Markus Fuhrmann, Kolja Hebenstreit

Deutsche Börse AG or the Deutsche Börse Group, is a German company offering marketplace organizing for the trading of shares and other securities. It is also a transaction services provider. It gives companies and investors access to global capital markets. It is a joint stock company and was founded in 1993.

Stock price: DB1 (ETR) €138.75 +0.40 (+0.29%)

CEO: Theodor Weimer (1 Jan 2018–)

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany

Revenue: 321.38 crores EUR (2020)

Founded: December 1992, Frankfurt, Germany

Number of employees: 6,775 (FTE, end 2019)

Subsidiaries: Clearstream, STOXX, Qontigo, 360T, MORE

Porsche Automobil Holding SE, usually shortened to Porsche SE, is a German multinational corporation primarily known as a holding company of Volkswagen Group with investments in the automotive industry.

Stock price: PAH3 (ETR) €84.08 -0.30 (-0.36%)

Owner: Porsche family

CEO: Hans Dieter Pötsch (1 Nov 2015–)

Founder: Ferdinand Porsche

Founded: June 2007

Headquarters location: Stuttgart, Germany

Number of employees: 935 (2018 annual report)

Subsidiaries: Volkswagen Group, PTV AG, Porsche Design, Ruf Automobile, Porsche Engineering

Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA is a health care company based in Bad Homburg vor der Höhe, Germany. It provides products and services for dialysis, in hospitals and inpatient and outpatient medical care.

Stock price: FRE (ETR) €34.13 -0.11 (-0.34%)

Revenue: 3,552.4 crores EUR (2019)

CEO: Stephan Sturm (1 Jul 2016–)

Number of employees: 3,11,269 (2020)

Founder: Eduard Fresenius

Founded: 1912

Headquarters: Bad Homburg, Germany

Subsidiaries: Fresenius Kabi, Helios Kliniken GmbH, MORE


Deutsche Bank AG is a German multinational investment bank and financial services company headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany, and dual-listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange. The bank’s network spans 58 countries with a large presence in Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

Stock price: DBK (ETR) €10.92 -0.10 (-0.93%)

Customer service: 1860 266 6601

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany

CEO: Christian Sewing (8 Apr 2018–)

Founded: 10 March 1870, Berlin, Germany

CFO: James von Moltke

Subsidiaries: Deutsche Postbank, Norisbank, MORE

Founders: Adelbert Delbrück, Ludwig Bamberger, MORE

RWE AG is a German multinational energy company headquartered in Essen. It generates and trades electricity in Asia-Pacific, Europe and the United States. The company is the world’s number two in offshore wind power and Europe’s third largest in renewable energy.

CEO: Markus Krebber (1 Jul 2021–)

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

Founded: 25 April 1898, Essen, Germany

Subsidiary: RWE Supply & Trading CZ

Beiersdorf AG is a German multinational company that manufactures and retails personal-care products and pressure-sensitive adhesives. Its brands include Elastoplast, Eucerin, Labello, La Prairie, Nivea, Tesa SE and Coppertone.

Stock price: BEI (ETR) €91.90 +0.96 (+1.06%)

CEO: Vincent Warnery (1 May 2021–)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

Revenue: 765.3 crores EUR (2019)

Founder: Paul Carl Beiersdorf

Founded: 28 March 1882

Subsidiaries: tesa SE, La Prairie Group AG, MORE

Parent organization: maxingvest ag


Continental AG, commonly known as Continental or colloquially as Conti, is a German multinational automotive parts manufacturing company specializing in brake systems, interior electronics, automotive, etc.

Stock price: CON (ETR) €95.27 +1.02 (+1.08%)

Headquarters: Hanover, Germany

Revenue: 3,772 crores EUR (2020)

Owner: Schaeffler Group

Founded: 8 October 1871, Hanover, Germany

Number of employees: 2,32,023 (2020)

Total assets: 3,964 crores EUR (2020)

Subsidiaries: ContiTech, Barum, Matador, Vergölst, MORE

EnBW Energie BadenWürttemberg AG, or simply EnBW, is a publicly-traded energy company headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany. As its name indicates, EnBW is based in the German state of Baden-Württemberg.

Stock price: EBK (ETR) €76.00 +0.60 (+0.80%)

CEO: Frank Mastiaux (1 Oct 2012–)

Headquarters: Karlsruhe, Germany

Revenue: 1,970 crores EUR (2020)

Number of employees: 24,655 (2020)

Founded: 1997

Net income: 60 crores EUR (2020)

Subsidiaries: Enbw Ostwürttemberg Donauries AG, MORE

Hannover Re is a reinsurance company based in Hannover, Germany. It is the third-largest reinsurance group in the world, with a gross premium of around €24 billion.

Stock price: HNR1 (ETR) €160.80 -0.40 (-0.25%)

Revenue: 2,400 crores EUR (Gross written premium, 2020)

Headquarters: Hanover, Germany

Number of employees: 3,218

Founded: 1966

Subsidiaries: Hannover Reinsurance, Argenta Holdings, U for Life, MORE

Parent organization: Talanx

Zalando SE is a German multi national E-commerce company based in Berlin, Germany. The headquarters are located in Berlin and it also has offices in Dublin, Ireland, Dortmund, Germany and Helsinki, Finland.

Stock price: ZAL (ETR) €74.32 -3.38 (-4.35%)

Revenue: 800 crores EUR (2020)

Headquarters: Berlin, Germany

Founded: 2008, Germany

Number of employees: 16,000 (2021)

Subsidiaries: metrigo GmbH, Connected Retail Gmbh, MORE

Founders: David Schneider, Robert Gentz

Executives: Astrid Arndt, David Schröder, Jim Freeman, Robert Gentz, David Schneider

Siemens Energy AG is an energy company formed by the spin off of the former Gas and Power division of Siemens Group and includes a 67% share of Siemens Gamesa. Christian Bruch is CEO and the former CEO of Siemens AG Joe Kaeser is chairman of the supervisory board.

Stock price: ENR (ETR) €22.66 -0.45 (-1.95%)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Revenue: 2,700 crores EUR (2019)

Founded: 1 April 2020

Number of employees: 88,000 (2019)


Predecessors: A. Reyrolle & Company, Siemens-Schuckert, Siemens Communications, Siemens

Fresenius Medical Care AG & Co. KGaA is a German healthcare company which provides kidney dialysis services through a network of 3,994 outpatient dialysis centers, serving 345,096 patients.

Stock price: FME (ETR) €54.02 -0.72 (-1.32%)

Headquarters: Bad Homburg, Germany

Revenue: 1,748 crores EUR (2019)

CEO: Rice Powell (1 Jan 2013–)

Number of employees: 1,20,659 (2019)

Owner: Fresenius

Founded: 1996

Subsidiaries: NxStage, Xenios AG, Fresenius USA, Inc., MORE

Puma SE, branded as Puma, is a German multinational corporation that designs and manufactures athletic and casual footwear, apparel and accessories, which is headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, Germany. Puma is the third largest sportswear manufacturer in the world.

Customer service: 1800 102 7862

Stock price: PUM (ETR) €106.50 -1.55 (-1.43%)

Founder: Rudolf Dassler

Founded: 1948, Herzogenaurach, Germany

CEO: Bjørn Gulden (1 Jul 2013–)

Headquarters: Herzogenaurach, Germany

Parent organizations: Artemis S.A, Kering

Owners: Artemis S.A, Kering

Symrise AG is a major producer of flavours and fragrances with sales of €3.154 billion in 2018. Major competitors include Firmenich, Givaudan, International Flavors and Fragrances, Frutarom and Takasago International. Symrise is a member of the European Flavour Association.

Stock price: SY1 (ETR) €129.85 +0.65 (+0.50%)

Headquarters: Holzminden, Germany

CEO: Heinz-Juergen Bertram (Aug 2009–)

Founded: 2003

Number of employees: 10,243 (FTE, mid 2020)

Total assets: 492 crores EUR (end 2018)

Subsidiaries: Diana SAS, MORE

Carl Zeiss Meditec AG is a multinational medical technology company and subsidiary of Carl Zeiss AG. It manufactures tools for eye examinations and medical lasers as well as solutions for neurosurgery, dentistry, gynecology and oncology.

CEO: Ludwin Monz (4 Mar 2010–)

Headquarters: Jena, Germany

Founded: 2002

Number of employees: about 3,000

Parent organization: Carl Zeiss AG

Deutsche Wohnen SE is a German property company, and one of the 30 companies that compose the DAX index. The position in the DAX was reached in June 2020 from previous MDAX position after Lufthansa was downgraded to the MDAX because of losses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Stock price: DWNI (ETR) €39.70 -0.10 (-0.25%)

CEO: Michael Zahn (1 Sept 2007–)

Headquarters: Berlin, Germany

Founded: 1998

Number of employees: 1,111 (Dec 31, 2017)

Subsidiaries: GSW Immobilien, GEHAG, MORE

Parent organization: Vonovia

KnorrBremse AG is a German manufacturer of braking systems for rail and commercial vehicles that has operated in the field for over 110 years.

Stock price: KBX (ETR) €87.58 -1.70 (-1.90%)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Revenue: 61.6 lakhs EUR (2020)

Founder: Georg Knorr

Founded: 1905, Berlin, Germany

Number of employees: 29,714 (As of December 31, 2020)

Subsidiaries: Kiepe Electric, New York Air Brake, MORE

Parent organization: Kb Holding GmbH

HelloFresh SE is a German publicly traded meal-kit company based in Berlin, Germany. It is the largest meal-kit provider in the United States, and also has operations in Australia, Canada, Denmark, New Zealand, Sweden, and Western Europe.

CEO: Dominik Richter (2011–)

Headquarters: Berlin, Germany

Founded: November 2011, Berlin, Germany

Number of employees: 11860 (2021)

Traded as: FWB: HFG; MDAX Component

Parent organizations: HelloFresh, Rocket Internet

Founders: Dominik Richter, Thomas Griesel, Jessica Nilsson

Uniper SE [ˈjuːnipɚ] is an energy company based in Düsseldorf, Germany. The name of the company is a portmanteau of “unique” and “performance” given by long term employee Gregor Recke. Uniper was formed by the separation of E.ON’s fossil fuel assets into a separate company that began operating on 1 January 2016.

Stock price: UN01 (ETR) €39.89 +0.04 (+0.10%)

CEO: Klaus-Dieter Maubach (29 Mar 2021–)

Headquarters: Düsseldorf, Germany

Founder: E.ON

Founded: 1 January 2016, Düsseldorf, Germany

Number of employees: Around 11,532 (31.12.2019)

Subsidiaries: Uniper Kraftwerke Gmbh, Nord Stream AG, MORE

Parent organizations: Fortum, Karemi Charge and Drive SE

Evonik Industries AG is a stock-listed German speciality chemicals company headquartered in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the second largest chemicals company in Germany, and one of the largest speciality chemicals companies in the world.

Stock price: EVK (ETR) €27.86 +0.02 (+0.07%)

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

Revenue: 1,220 crores EUR

CEO: Christian Kullmann (24 May 2017–)

Founded: 12 September 2007

Number of employees: 36,523 (2017)

Subsidiaries: Evonik Operations GmbH, MORE

Parent organization: RAG-Stiftung


HeidelbergCement is a German multinational building materials company headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany. It is a DAX corporation and is one of the largest building materials companies in the world. On 1 July 2016, HeidelbergCement AG completed the acquisition of a 45% shareholding in Italcementi.

Stock price: HEI (ETR) €59.36 -0.20 (-0.34%)

Headquarters: Heidelberg, Germany

Revenue: 1,885.1 crores EUR (2019)

Founder: Johann Philipp Schifferdecker

Founded: 1874, Heidelberg, Germany

Number of employees: 53,122 (2020)

Total assets: 41,900 crores USD (2018)

Subsidiaries: Italcementi, Hanson, Lehigh Hanson, Inc., Norcem, MORE

Nemetschek Group is a vendor of software for architects, engineers and the construction industry. The company develops and distributes software for planning, designing, building and managing buildings and real estate, as well as for media and entertainment.

Stock price: NEM (ETR) €107.05 -3.95 (-3.56%)

Key people: Dr. Axel Kaufmann; Viktor Várkonyi; Jon Elliott; Koen Matthijs;

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Founded: 1963, Munich, Germany

Number of employees: 3,000 (2020)

Net income: 17.23 crores EUR (2020)

Subsidiaries: Graphisoft, Vectorworks, MAXON Computer, SCIA, MORE

Kion Group AG is a German multinational manufacturer of materials handling equipment, with its headquarters in Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany. Its principal products are intralogistics, warehouse automation equipment, and industrial trucks.

Stock price: KGX (ETR) €97.52 -0.72 (-0.73%)

Revenue: 799.5 crores EUR (2018)

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany

CEO: Gordon Riske (2013–)

Founded: 2006

Number of employees: 33,128 (full-time equivalents at 31 December 2018)

Subsidiaries: Linde Material Handling, MORE

Brenntag SE is a German chemical distribution company founded in 1874 in Berlin. The company is Headquartered in Essen, Germany and has operations in more than 77 countries worldwide.

Stock price: BNR (ETR) €76.68 -0.78 (-1.01%)

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

Revenue: 1,280 crores EUR (2019)

CEO: Christian Kohlpaintner (1 Jan 2020–)

Number of employees: almost 17,500 (2019)

Founded: 1874

Subsidiaries: Brenntag North America, Inc., Brenntag SA, MORE

Parent organization: DB US Holding Corporation

Traton SE, known as the Traton Group, is a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group and one of the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturers, with its MAN, Scania, Navistar, and Volkswagen Caminhões e Ônibus brands. The company also has digital services branded as RIO. In 2020, the group sold around 190,200 vehicles.

Stock price: 8TRA (ETR) €21.38 -0.38 (-1.75%)

CEO: Matthias Gründler (Jul 2020–)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Founded: 2015

Number of employees: 82,600 (December 31, 2020)

Subsidiaries: MAN SE, Scania AB, Navistar International, MORE

Parent organizations: Volkswagen Group, Volkswagen Finance Luxemburg S.A.

MAN SE was based in Munich, Germany. Its primary output was commercial vehicles and diesel engines through its MAN Truck & Bus and MAN Latin America divisions, and participation in the manufacturer Sinotruk.

Founder: Rudolf Diesel

Founded: 1898, Germany

CEO: Andreas Tostmann (16 Jul 2020–)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Revenue: 1,360 crores EUR (2016)

Parent organizations: Volkswagen Group, Traton

Subsidiaries: MAN Truck & Bus, Neoplan, MAN Energy Solutions, MORE

MTU Aero Engines AG is a German aircraft engine manufacturer. MTU develops, manufactures and provides service support for military and civil aircraft engines. MTU Aero Engines was formerly known as MTU München.

Stock price: MTX (ETR) €168.60 -2.70 (-1.58%)

CEO: Reiner Winkler (1 Jan 2014–30 Sept 2024)

Revenue: 462.8 crores EUR (2019)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Founded: 22 December 1934, Munich, Germany

Number of employees: 10,660 (31 December 2019)

Subsidiaries: MTU Maintenance Hannover GmbH, MORE

Covestro AG is a German company which produces a variety of polyurethane and polycarbonate based raw materials. Products include isocyanates and polyols for cellular foams, thermoplastic polyurethane and polycarbonate pellets, as well as polyurethane based additives used in the formulation of coatings and adhesives.

Stock price: 1COV (ETR) €52.12 +0.10 (+0.19%)

Headquarters: Leverkusen, Germany

Revenue: 1,222.9 crores USD (2020)

CEO: Markus Steilemann (1 Jun 2018–)

Number of employees: 16,736 (2020)

Founded: 1 September 2015

Predecessor: Bayer

Subsidiaries: Covestro Deutschland AG, Covestro (India) Pvt. Ltd., MORE

Talanx is a German multinational financial services company headquartered in Hanover, Germany. Its core businesses are reinsurance, insurance and asset management. Talanx is Germany’s third-largest and one of the major European insurance Groups by premium income.

Stock price: TLX (ETR) €40.62 -0.06 (-0.15%)

CEO: Torsten Leue (10 Nov 2017–)

Headquarters: Hanover, Germany

Founded: 1996

Number of employees: 23,324 (2020)

Subsidiaries: HDI Global SE, Hannover Re, MORE

Parent organization: HDI Versicherungen

Rational AG is a German manufacturer and retailer of combi steamers and ovens, cooking appliances suitable for large and commercial kitchens. The company is based in Landsberg am Lech, Germany, and was founded by Siegfried Meister in 1973.

Stock price: RAA (ETR) €828.00 -32.20 (-3.74%)

Revenue: 77.79 crores EUR (2018)

Headquarters: Landsberg am Lech, Germany

CEO: Peter Stadelmann (Jan 2014–)

Founded: 1973

Number of employees: 2,042 (average 2018)

Net income: 20.5 crores EUR (EBIT, 2018)

Subsidiaries: Frima S.A, Rational International AG, RATIONAL UK Ltd.

LEG Immobilien AG is a German property company. As of 2016, it is a constituent of the MDAX trading index of German mid-cap companies. The company was established as a housing provider operating in the German Land of Nordrhein-Westfalen. It was later privatised and currently operates as an Aktiengesellschaft.

Stock price: LEG (ETR) €121.70 +0.30 (+0.25%)

CEO: Lars von Lackum (1 Jun 2019–)

Headquarters: Düsseldorf, Germany

Founded: 22 June 1970

Number of employees: 1,400 (2019)

Subsidiaries: LEG NRW GmbH, TechnikServicePlus GmbH, MORE

Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft is a major German bank operating as a universal bank, headquartered in Frankfurt am Main. In the 2019 financial year, the bank was the second largest in Germany by the total value of its balance sheet.

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany

Revenue: 857 crores EUR (2018)

CEO: Manfred Knof (1 Jan 2021–)

Number of employees: 49,174 (September 2018)

Founded: 26 February 1870, Hamburg, Germany

Total assets: 46,200 crores EUR (2018)

Subsidiaries: Comdirect Bank, mBank, Commerz Real AG, MORE

Bechtle AG is the largest IT system house in Germany with 70 locations in the D-A-CH region and trading companies in 14 European countries. The business model combines IT services with the direct sale of IT products.

Stock price: BC8 (ETR) €61.70 -1.92 (-3.02%)

Revenue: 537 crores EUR (2019)

CEO: Thomas Olemotz (Jun 2010–)

Headquarters: Neckarsulm, Germany

Founded: 1983

Number of employees: 11,487 (December 2019)

Subsidiaries: Inmac WStore S.A.S, Bechtle Schweiz AG, MORE

Founders: Ralf Klenk, Klaus von Jan, Gerhard Schick

Deutsche Lufthansa AG, commonly shortened to Lufthansa, is the flag carrier and largest airline of Germany which, when combined with its subsidiaries, is the second-largest airline in Europe in terms of passengers carried.

Customer service: 1800 102 5838

Stock price: LHA (ETR) €6.02 -0.06 (-0.95%)

Bag information: In economy, 1st bag free, 2nd bag varies by itinerary. More Lufthansa bag information

Headquarters: Cologne, Germany

Founded: 6 January 1953, Cologne, Germany

Subsidiaries: Eurowings, Swiss International Air Lines, MORE

Parent organization: Lufthansa Group

Hubs: Frankfurt Airport, Munich International Airport, MORE


Wacker Chemie AG is a German multinational chemical company which was founded in 1914 by Alexander Wacker. The company is controlled by the Wacker family holding more than 50 percent of the shares. The corporation is operating more than 25 production sites in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

Stock price: WCH (ETR) €143.30 -2.05 (-1.41%)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Revenue: 497.88 crores EUR (2018)

CEO: Christian Hartel (12 May 2021–)

Founder: Alexander Wacker

Founded: 1914, Munich, Germany

Subsidiaries: Wacker Chemical Corporation, Wacker Biosolutions, MORE

Parent organization: Dr. Alexander Wacker Familiengesellschaft mbH

GEA Group AG is headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany. In 2018, GEA generated consolidated revenues of around EUR 4.8 billion. The food and beverages sector accounted for around 70 percent of this total. The company is listed on the German MDAX.

Stock price: G1A (ETR) €47.19 -0.04 (-0.08%)

Headquarters: Düsseldorf, Germany

Revenue: 482.8 crores EUR (2018)

CEO: Stefan Klebert (18 Feb 2019–)

Number of employees: 18,642

Founded: 1881

Subsidiaries: GEA Farm Technologies, GEA Westfalia Separator, MORE

Founders: Wilhelm Ralph Merton, Zachary Hochschild

The DWS Group is a German asset management company. It previously operated as part of Deutsche Bank until 2018 where it became a separate entity through an initial public offering on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. It is currently headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany and is a constituent member of the SDAX index.

AUM: €859 billion; (June 30, 2021)

Owner: Deutsche Bank (79.49%)

Number of employees: 3,500 (2020)

Stock price: DWS (ETR) €35.02 -0.10 (-0.28%)

CEO: Asoka Woehrmann (2018–)

Headquarters: Germany

Founded: August 1956

Subsidiaries: RREEF Management GmbH, MORE

AUTO1 makes selling and buying used cars easy! Benefit from our digital solutions, large dealer network and best-in-class Europe-wide transport.

Stock price: AG1 (ETR) €23.20 -0.60 (-2.52%)

Headquarters: Germany

Founded: 2012

Subsidiary: GmbH

Evotec SE is a publicly listed drug discovery and development company headquartered in Hamburg, Germany. The company operates globally, largely through external alliances with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, academic institutions, patient advocacy groups, and venture capitalists.

Stock price: EVT (ETR) €41.16 -0.96 (-2.28%)

Revenue: 44.64 crores EUR (2019)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

Founder: Manfred Eigen

Founded: 1993

Number of employees: 3,030 (2020)

Subsidiaries: Cyprotex, Aptuit LLC, Just – Evotec Biologics, Inc., MORE


CTS Eventim is a German company in the leisure-events market, with ticketing and live entertainment, headquartered in Bremen. It is one of the 60 companies comprising the MDAX index, and one of the 30th to 90th largest companies in Germany by market capitalisation.

Stock price: EVD (ETR) €61.42 -0.28 (-0.45%)

CEO: Klaus-Peter Schulenberg (2000–)

Headquarters: Bremen, Germany

Founder: Klaus-Peter Schulenberg

Founded: 1999, Munich, Germany

Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. is an internationally operating German automotive part supplier with headquarters in Lippstadt, North Rhine-Westphalia.

Stock price: HLE (ETR) €62.10 +0.10 (+0.16%)

Revenue: 700 crores EUR (2018–2019)

Headquarters: Lippstadt, Germany

Founder: Sally Windmüller

Founded: 1899

Number of locations: 125

Subsidiaries: Behr-Hella Thermocontrol, MORE

Parent organization: Hella Stiftung GmbH

Sixt SE is an international mobility service provider with about 2,000 locations in over 110 countries. Sixt SE acts as a parent and holding company of the Sixt Group, which is internationally active in the business areas of vehicle rental, car sharing, ride-hailing, and subscription.

Stock price: SIX2 (ETR) €150.30 -0.70 (-0.46%)

CEO: Erich Sixt (1986–)

Headquarters: Pullach, Germany

Founder: Martin Sixt

Founded: 1912

Number of employees: 6,921 (2020)

Subsidiaries: myDriver, Sixt Sas, Sixt Executive GmbH, MORE

Parent organization: Erich Sixt VermÖGensverwaltung Gmbh

United Internet AG is a global Internet services company headquartered in Montabaur, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The company is structured in two business areas, Access and Applications, and has a total of 13 brands and numerous subsidiaries.

Stock price: UTDI (ETR) €32.93 -0.53 (-1.58%)

CEO: Ralph Dommermuth (1988–)

Revenue: 513.1 crores EUR (2018)

Headquarters: Montabaur, Germany

Number of employees: 9,093 (end 2018)

Founded: 1988, Montabaur, Germany

Subsidiaries: IONOS by 1&1, 1&1 Drillisch, 1&1 Versatel GmbH, MORE

Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide, commonly known as Fraport, is a German transport company which operates Frankfurt Airport in Frankfurt am Main and holds interests in the operation of several other airports around the world.

Stock price: FRA (ETR) €56.46 -0.48 (-0.84%)

CEO: Stefan Schulte (1 Sept 2009–)

Revenue: 167.7 crores EUR

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany

Number of employees: 21,164

Founded: 1924, Frankfurt, Germany

Net income: 42.1 crores EUR (2019)

Subsidiaries: Fraport Regional Airports of Greece Management Company Societe Anonyme, MORE

CureVac N.V. is a German biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies based on messenger RNA. Legally domiciled in the Netherlands and headquartered in Tübingen, Germany, the company was founded in 2000 by Ingmar Hoerr, Steve Pascolo, Florian von der Mulbe, Günther Jung, and Hans-Georg Rammensee.

Stock price: CVAC (NASDAQ) $37.35 -2.17 (-5.49%)

CEO: Franz-Werner Haas (4 Aug 2020–)

Headquarters: Tübingen, Germany

Chairperson: Ralf Clemens

Founded: 2000

Number of employees: < 700

Founders: Ingmar Hoerr, Steve Pascolo, Florian von der Mülbe, Günther Jung

Subsidiaries: CureVac Real Estate, CureVac AG, CureVac Inc.

CureVac N.V. is a German biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies based on messenger RNA. Legally domiciled in the Netherlands and headquartered in Tübingen, Germany, the company was founded in 2000 by Ingmar Hoerr, Steve Pascolo, Florian von der Mulbe, Günther Jung, and Hans-Georg Rammensee.

Stock price: CVAC (NASDAQ) $37.35 -2.17 (-5.49%)

CEO: Franz-Werner Haas (4 Aug 2020–)

Headquarters: Tübingen, Germany

Chairperson: Ralf Clemens

Founded: 2000

Number of employees: < 700

Founders: Ingmar Hoerr, Steve Pascolo, Florian von der Mülbe, Günther Jung

Subsidiaries: CureVac Real Estate, CureVac AG, CureVac Inc.

ThyssenKrupp AG is a German multinational conglomerate with focus on industrial engineering and steel production. It is the result of the 1999 merger of Thyssen AG and Krupp and has its operational headquarters in Duisburg and Essen.

Stock price: TKA (ETR) €9.35 +0.01 (+0.09%)

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

Revenue: 2,889 crores EUR (2020)

CEO: Martina Merz (1 Oct 2019–)

Number of employees: 1,03,598 (2020)

Founded: 17 March 1999, Essen, Germany

Total assets: 3,649 crores EUR (2020)

Subsidiaries: thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG, MORE

Scout24 is one of the leading digital companies in Germany. With the digital marketplace ImmoScout24 for residential and commercial real estate,

Stock price: G24 (ETR) €59.90 +1.04 (+1.77%)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Founded: 1998

Subsidiaries: Immobilien Scout, MORE

Fielmann AG is a German eye-wear company. The Fielmann stock is listed in the German SDAX index and at the northern German regional HASPAX index. With 5% of all optical stores, Fielmann achieved a 21% sales market share and a 53% market share in terms of units sold.

Stock price: FIE (ETR) €59.40 -0.05 (-0.08%)

CEO: Marc Fielmann (Apr 2018–)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

Revenue: 163 crores EUR (2020)

Founder: Guenther Fielmann

Founded: 1972, Cuxhaven, Germany

Subsidiaries: Pro-Optik AG, ÒPTICA DEL PENEDÈS, S.L., MORE

Parent organization: Korva SE

Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG, also known as Schaeffler Group, is a German manufacturer of rolling element bearings for automotive, aerospace and industrial uses. It was founded in 1946 by brothers Dr. Wilhelm and Dr.-Ing. E. h. Georg Schaeffler.

Headquarters: Herzogenaurach, Germany

CEO: Klaus Rosenfeld (1 Jul 2014–)

Founded: 2003

Number of employees: 83,297 (2020)

Traded as: FWB: SHA

Subsidiaries: Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Schaeffler (UK) Ltd, MORE

Parent organization: Schaeffler

Fuchs Petrolub SE is a German multinational manufacturer of lubricants, and related speciality products. The company’s headquarters are at Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, where the company was founded in 1931. Fuchs is a public company listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Stock price: FPE3 (ETR) €39.84 -0.10 (-0.25%)

Headquarters: Mannheim, Germany

Revenue: 256.7 crores EUR (2018)

Key people: Dr. Kurt Bock (Chairman of the supervisory board), Stefan Fuchs (CEO)

Founded: 1931

Number of employees: 5,446 (end 2018)

Number of locations: 58 operating companies, 33 production plants


Gelsenwasser AG is a German utilities company that supplies natural gas and fresh water to residents in Germany. Areas of service include Ruhr, Lower Rhine, Westphalia, Lower Saxony, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Münster, and Saxony-Anhalt. The company also provides wastewater filtration services.

Headquarters: Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Stock price: WWG (FRA) €1,420.00 0.00 (0.00%)

Founded: 28 January 1887

Subsidiaries: GELSENWASSER Energienetze GmbH, MORE

Parent organization: Wasser und Gas Westfalen GmbH

Hochtief Aktiengesellschaft is a German construction company based in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

Stock price: HOT (ETR) €68.88 -0.06 (-0.09%)

CEO: Marcelino Fernandez Verdes (Nov 2012–)

Revenue: 2,262.8 crores EUR (2017)

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

Founded: 1875, Frankfurt, Germany

Number of employees: 53,890 (average, 2017)

Subsidiaries: CIMIC Group, HOCHTIEF CZ a.s., MORE

Parent organization: ACS Group

1&1 Drillisch AG is a German telecommunications service provider headquartered in Maintal and listed on the TecDAX. Since 2017, the majority of the company has belonged to United Internet, and offers both mobile and landline services.

Stock price: 1U1 (ETR) €24.34 -0.22 (-0.90%)

CEO: Ralph Dommermuth (1 Jan 2018–)

Headquarters: Maintal, Germany

Founded: 1983

Number of employees: 3,142 (average, 2018)

Subsidiaries: 1&1 Telecommunication, Drillisch Online, Drillisch Netz Ag, IQ-optimize Software AG, Drillisch Logistik GmbH

Parent organization: United Internet

Jungheinrich AG is a German company active in the material handling equipment, warehousing and material flow engineering sectors. In these segments, the company is ranked in second place in Europe, and third in the world.

Stock price: JUN3 (ETR) €44.12 -0.12 (-0.27%)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

CEO: Lars Brzoska (Sept 2019–)

Revenue: 380.9 crores EUR (2020)

Founder: Friedrich Jungheinrich

Founded: 1953

Number of employees: 18,103 (2020)

Subsidiaries: JT Energy Systems GmbH, MORE

Lanxess AG is a German specialty chemicals company based in Cologne, Germany that was founded in 2004 via the spin-off of the chemicals division and parts of the polymers business from Bayer AG.

Stock price: LXS (ETR) €52.68 -0.12 (-0.23%)

Headquarters: Cologne, Germany

Revenue: 720 crores EUR (2018)

CEO: Matthias Zachert (1 Apr 2014–)

Founded: 1 July 2004

Predecessor: Bayer

Net income: 19.2 crores EUR (2016)

Subsidiaries: Chemtura, LANXESS Deutschland GmbH, MORE

VARTA AG is a German company manufacturing batteries for global automotive, industrial, and consumer markets.


Stock price: VAR1 (ETR) €113.45 -0.30 (-0.26%)

CEO: Herbert Schein

Headquarters: Ellwangen, Germany

Key people: Michael Tojner

Founded: 27 December 1887, Hagen, Germany

Brands: VARTA

Subsidiaries: VARTA Storage GmbH, VARTA Microbattery GmbH, MORE

Parent organizations: Johnson Controls, Spectrum Brands, Montana Tech Components

Lechwerke AG generates, procures and distributes electric power, natural gas, district heating and water to commercial and residential customers.

Stock price: LEC (FRA) €140.00 +3.00 (+2.19%)

Headquarters: Augsburg, Germany

Founded: 1903

Subsidiaries: LEW Verteilnetz GmbH, LEW Netzservice GmbH, MORE

TUI AG, also known as TUI Group, is a German multinational travel and tourism company headquartered in Hanover, Germany. It is the largest leisure, travel and tourism company in the world, and it owns travel agencies, hotels, airlines, cruise ships and retail shops.

Stock price: TUI1 (ETR) €2.55 -0.09 (-3.52%)

Headquarters: Hanover, Germany

Revenue: 794 crores EUR (2020)

Founded: 9 October 1923

Number of employees: 70,000 (2020)

Subsidiaries: TUI fly Deutschland, TUI Cruises, TUI fly Belgium, MORE

Areas served: North America, Europe

VERBIO Vereinigte BioEnergie AG is a German manufacturer and supplier of biofuels headquartered in Zörbig, Saxony-Anhalt. With about 750 employees at three locations the company produces biodiesel, ethanol fuel and biogas on an industrial scale and has developed its own processes.

Stock price: VBK (ETR) €64.80 -0.15 (-0.23%)

Headquarters: Zörbig, Germany

Founded: 2006

Key people: Claus Sauter, CEO

Number of employees: 772 (2011)

Subsidiaries: VERBIO North America Corporation, MORE

Dermapharm Holding SE is a Germany-based company engaged in manufacturing of patent-free branded pharmaceuticals. The Company operates through two segmentst

Stock price: DMP (ETR) €81.20 -1.35 (-1.64%)

Headquarters: Grünwald, Germany

Founded: 1991

Parent organization: Themis Beteiligungs-AG

Subsidiaries: Dermapharm Aktiengesellschaft, MORE

Ströer SE & Co. KGaA is a German out-of-home advertising, online advertising, billboards and street furniture company with headquarters in Cologne.

Stock price: SAX (ETR) €67.95 -0.20 (-0.29%)

CEO: Christian Schmalzl (Mar 2017–)

Revenue: 160 crores EUR (2019)

Headquarters: Cologne, Germany

Founded: 1990

Number of employees: 13,000 (2019)

Subsidiaries: Ströer Dialog Group, StrÖEr Media Brands Gmbh, MORE

Siltronic AG is a manufacturer of wafers made of hyperpure silicon, the basis for modern micro- and nanotechnology. The Munich-based company is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of wafers for the semiconductor industry.

Stock price: WAF (ETR) €136.00 -0.20 (-0.15%)

CEO: Christoph von Plotho (Oct 2010–)

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

Founded: 1968, Burghausen, Germany

Owner: Wacker Chemie

Subsidiaries: Siltronic Singapore Pte. Ltd., Siltronic Silicon Wafer Pte. Ltd., Siltronic Japan Corporation

Parent organization: Wacker-Chemie Dritte Venture GmbH

Metro AG is a German multinational company based in Düsseldorf which operates business membership only cash and carry stores primarily under Metro brand. Until 2020 it was also active in general retail business through Real division, which was sold to an investor consortium.

Stock price: B4B (ETR) €10.60 +0.03 (+0.28%)

Revenue: 2,563.2 crores EUR (2019–2020)

Headquarters: Düsseldorf, Germany

Founder: Otto Beisheim

Founded: 1996, Mülheim, Germany

Number of employees: 97,639 (2019–2020)

COO: Rafael Gasset

Subsidiaries: Metro Cash and Carry, METRO France SAS, Makro, MORE

Hugo Boss AG, often styled as BOSS, is a German luxury fashion house headquartered in Metzingen, Baden-Württemberg. The company sells clothing, accessories, footwear and fragrances. Hugo Boss is one of the largest German clothing companies, with global sales of €2.9 billion in 2019.

CEO: Daniel Grieder (1 Jun 2021–)

Stock price: BOSS (ETR) €52.84 +0.48 (+0.92%)

Founder: Hugo Boss

Founded: 1924, Metzingen, Germany

Headquarters: Metzingen, Germany

Net income: 23.6 crores EUR (2018)

Parent organizations: Valentino, Marzotto

Subsidiaries: HUGO BOSS UK Limited, MORE

TAG Tegernsee Immobilien und Beteiligungs-AG is a property company from Germany with its head office in Hamburg. Until 1998 as Tegernsee-Bahn it operated the railway line from Schaftlach via Gmund to Tegernsee. The company is listed in the share index, MDAX.

Stock price: TEG (ETR) €24.60 +0.05 (+0.20%)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

Number of employees: 508 (2013)

Founded: 1882

Subsidiaries: Bau-Verein zu Hamburg Aktien-Gesellschaft, MORE

CompuGroup Medical is one of the leading e-health companies in the world. With a revenue base of EUR 837 million in 2020, its software products are designed to support all medical and organizational activities in doctors’ offices, pharmacies, laboratories and hospitals.

Stock price: COP (ETR) €65.80 -0.20 (-0.30%)

Headquarters: Germany

Founded: 1987

Subsidiaries: CompuGroup Medical Deutschland AG, MORE

Rheinmetall AG has a presence in two corporate sectors with six divisions, and is headquartered in Düsseldorf, Germany. Rheinmetall AG is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange; its shares are traded on all German stock exchanges. In fiscal 2019, the company generated sales of €6.255 billion.

Stock price: RHM (ETR) €81.72 -0.32 (-0.39%)

CEO: Armin Papperger (1 Jan 2013–)

Revenue: 625.5 crores EUR (2019)

Headquarters: Düsseldorf, Germany

Founder: Heinrich Ehrhardt

Founded: 13 April 1889, Düsseldorf, Germany

Number of employees: 25,767 (end 2019)

Subsidiaries: Rheinmetall Automotive, MORE

Secunet Security Networks AG is a Germany-based provider of information technology (IT) security solutions. The Company develops and IT infrastructure solutions for businesses, authorities and international organizations.

Stock price: YSN (ETR) €386.00 -3.50 (-0.90%)

Headquarters: Essen, Germany

Founded: 1997

Subsidiaries: finally safe GmbH, stashcat GmbH

Die TLG Immobilien AG (eigene Schreibweise: TLG IMMOBILIEN) ist ein deutsches börsennotiertes Immobilienunternehmen mit Sitz in Berlin, das auf Gewerbeimmobilien in Deutschland spezialisiert ist.

Stock price: TLG (ETR) €30.00 0.00 (0.00%)

Headquarters: Berlin, Germany

Founded: 1991

Parent organization: Aroundtown SA

Subsidiaries: Tlg Fab S.à R.L., TLG Finance S.À R.L.

Zooplus AG is an online retailer of pet food and supplies with headquarters in Munich, Germany. Founded in 1999, the E-commerce company ships now to 30 countries in Europe and the United Kingdom. After its IPO in 2008, Zooplus is listed at Frankfurt Stock Exchange and a constituent of the SDAX stock market index.

Stock price: ZO1 (ETR) €479.40 -2.00 (-0.42%)

Customer service: 00 44 1865 951303

Headquarters: Munich, Germany

CEO: Cornelius Patt (2006–)

Founded: 28 June 1999

Subsidiaries: Bitiba Gmbh, Zooplus Services ESP S.L, Matina Gmbh

The Hypoport Group is a technology-based financial service provider. Its parent company is Hypoport SE, which is headquartered in Berlin, Germany.

Stock price: HYQ (ETR) €495.60 -7.90 (-1.57%)

Headquarters: Berlin, Germany

Founded: 1999

Subsidiaries: Dr. Klein, Europace AG, Qualitypool GmbH, MORE

ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE is a German mass media & digital company. It operates in three segments: Entertainment, Dating and Commerce & Ventures. The company is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Stock price: PSM (ETR) €13.84 +0.13 (+0.95%)

Headquarters: Unterföhring, Germany

Founded: 2 October 2000

Aurubis AG is listed on the stock exchange and is the largest copper producer in Europe and the largest copper recycler worldwide. Its headquarters is in Hamburg, Germany.

Stock price: NDA (ETR) €84.80 -0.06 (-0.07%)

CEO: Roland Harings (1 Jul 2019–)

Headquarters: Hamburg, Germany

Founded: 17 December 2008

Number of employees: 6,279 (September 2011)

Total assets: 433.3 crores EUR (September 2011)

Predecessor: Norddeutsche Affinerie, Cumerio

Subsidiaries: Aurubis Stolberg GmbH & Co. KG, MORE

DMG MORI AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT is one of Germany’s largest manufacturers of cutting machine tools and a manufacturer of CNC-controlled Lathes and Milling machines. Products include machines, industrial services and software and energy solutions.

Key people: Mr. Christian Thönes, Executive Board chairman; Masahiko Mori, Supervisory Board chairman

Headquarters: Bielefeld, Germany

Stock price: GIL (ETR) €42.05 0.00 (0.00%)

Founded: 1 October 1870

Number of employees: 7,236 (December 31, 2014)

Subsidiaries: DECKEL MAHO Pfronten GmbH, A+f, MORE

Parent organization: DMG Mori Seiki Co.

Mainova AG is one of the largest regional energy suppliers in Germany and supplies about one million people in Hessen and neighboring provinces with electricity, gas, heat and water. It is based in Frankfurt am Main.

Key people: Constantin Alsheimer (CEO); Peter Feldmann (Chairman)

Revenue: 205 crores EUR

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany

Founded: 1 January 1998

Stock price: MNV6 (FRA) €550.00 0.00 (0.00%)

Number of employees: 2,698

Parent organization: Stadtwerke Frankfurt am Main Holding GmbH

Subsidiaries: Mainova Servicedienste Gmbh, Energy Air Gmbh, MORE

Krones AG is a German packaging and bottling machine manufacturer. It produces lines for filling beverages in plastic and glass bottles or beverage cans.

Stock price: KRN (ETR) €97.05 -0.10 (-0.10%)

Headquarters: Neutraubling, Germany

Revenue: 395 crores EUR (2019)

CEO: Christoph Klenk (1 Jan 2016–)

Founded: 1951

Number of employees: 17,353 (2019)

Subsidiaries: Krones Inc., KOSME s.r.l., System Logistics Spa, MORE

TeamViewer is a remote access and remote control computer software, allowing maintenance of computers and other devices. It was first released in 2005, and its functionality has expanded step by step. TeamViewer is proprietary software, but does not require registration and is free of charge for non-commercial use.

License: proprietary software

Operating system: Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, iOS/iPadOS

Developer: TeamViewer

Founder: Tilo Rossmanith

Founded: 2005

Headquarters: Göppingen, Germany

CEO: Oliver Steil (Jan 2018–)

Parent organization: Regit Eins GmbH

Subsidiaries: TeamViewer Pty Ltd, TeamViewer Armenia CJSC, Tv Holding US, Inc.

Freenet AG is a German telecommunications and web content provider. The company was formerly a subsidiary of Mobilcom. In 2004, its EBITDA was 471.5 million euro. In 2007, merged with Mobilcom, a deal which took around two years to complete, and the resulting company changed its name to Freenet AG.

Stock price: FNTN (ETR) €22.33 -0.05 (-0.22%)

CEO: Christoph Vilanek (1 May 2009–)

Revenue: 336.2 crores EUR (2016)

Headquarters: Büdelsdorf, Germany

Founded: 2 March 2007

Number of employees: 4,886 (end 2016)

Subsidiaries: mobilcom-debitel GmbH, GmbH, MORE