Results and Annual Meeting  Results and Annual Meeting

On 13 May, 2020, Commerzbank published its Q1 2020 Interim Report. In addition, the regular Annual General Meeting has taken place as a virtual event. The broadcast of the official part is available here (only in german).



Commerzbank successfully issues additional tier 1 bond (08.06.2020)

First issuance under new programme met with great interest from investors

Bond volume of €1.25 billion – coupon laid down at 6.125% per annum volume


First Turkish-German trade finance transaction on Marco Polo blockchain network with İşbank and Commerzbank (03.06.2020)

In cooperation with Commerzbank, İşbank is first bank in Turkey to use blockchain technology on trade finance transaction

Automatic matching of trade data-based on DLT provides irrevocable payment commitment, which not only serves as risk mitigation instrument, but also provides financing


Commerzbank launches issuance programme for additional tier 1 capital (26.05.2020)

Programme volume of up to 3 billion euros

Bettina Orlopp: “We are creating a framework with the AT 1 issuance programme that can be used flexibly. This will enable us to further optimise our capital structure and also respond to the additional business opportunities that have arisen for us in the context of the coronavirus crisis and the changed regulatory requirements.”


Commerzbank Annual General Meeting – summary of voting results (13.05.2020)

AGM follows recommendation to not pay a dividend

Board of Managing Directors and Supervisory Board discharged, two new members of the Supervisory Board elected

Anticipatory resolutions on share buybacks decided


Commerzbank: Strong customer business in the first quarter of 2020 – Effects of coronavirus weigh on earnings (13.05.2020)

Revenues at €1.85bn (Q1 19: €2.16bn) due to temporary valuation effects – Good development in customer business: overall net interest income and net commission income up by 10%

Risk result at minus €326m (Q1 19: minus €78m) due to coronavirus effects amounting to €185m


Annual General Meeting

The recording (German language) is available here.