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28/03/2021 Commerzbank's Supervisory Board proposes new Supervisory Board member to the Annual General Meeting who is then to assume the position of Chairman of the Supervisory Board more
16/03/2021 Commerzbank’s Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Hans-Jörg Vetter, resigns from office due to health reasons more
28/01/2021 Commerzbank announces cornerstones of its new strategy programme more
08/01/2021 Commerzbank expects to fully write off the existing goodwill of around €1.5bn and a negative risk result of at least €1.7bn in the financial year 2020. The risk result includes a top-level adjustment of around €500m for Corona related effects expected in 2021. more

List of all financial instruments issued by Commerzbank and admitted to trading on a domestic organized market (mandatory statement in relation to ad-hoc-announcements according to Article 17 para 1 Regulation (EU) Nr. 596/2014 (market abuse regulation) in connection with Article 4 para 1 no. 3 German Securities Trading Reporting Regulation (WpAV))

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09/04/2021 Invitation to virtual Annual General Meeting of Commerzbank on 18 May 2021 more
01/04/2021 Supervisory Board proposes new candidates for election to the Supervisory Board more
01/04/2021 Commerzbank takes the next steps in restructuring more
28/03/2021 Helmut Gottschalk to become new Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Commerzbank more
25/03/2021 Commerzbank postpones Annual General Meeting more
11/02/2021 Commerzbank launches roll-out of “Strategy 2024” and plans to complete first important restructuring steps this year more
03/02/2021 Commerzbank resolves new strategy until 2024 more
28/01/2021 Commerzbank to significantly increase profitability through deep restructuring and comprehensive digitalisation more
08/01/2021 Commerzbank expects to fully write off existing goodwill of around €1.5bn and a negative risk result of at least €1.7bn more

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