Cookies

We use our own and third party cookies in order to improve your experience and our service. With the aid of cookies we analyze the typical use pattern of visitors to the website. Your continued use of our website shall be conclusively deemed acceptance of the use of cookies. For further information please read our Privacy Policy.

Company Summary

​Our investor relations team is tasked with keeping transparency and confidence to a maximum, by ensuring that our information policy is clear, up to date, comprehensive, consistent and readily available. 

​KTM AG strives to maintain a policy of transparent, timely and comprehensive information and communication with the capital market participants and the general public.

We therefore provide information on KTM’s financial situation and future development at regular intervals.

The Investor Relations Team at KTM AG is convinced that confidence in our company and products can only be secured with a transparent, timely and comprehensive information and communication policy. As a result, we aim to give investors, analysts and the general public a comprehensive insight into the current economic situation and future development.

KTM AG Corporate calendar 2016

All the publication dates for financial and company reports are here, along with the dates of all other company-related events. 

31.03.2016:

Publication of Annual Report 2015

11.04.2016:

Record Date "General Meeting"

21.04.2016:

Annual General Meeting

25.04.2016:

Ex-Dividend Day

26.04.2016:

Record Date "Dividends"

28.04.2016:

Dividend Payment Day

19.08.2016:

Publication of half-year Financial Report 2016

Corporate Governance

​The Austrian Code of Corporate Governance came into effect on 1 October 2002. These regulations prescribe the principles of good business management and serve as an orientation aid for international investors. They are based on the provisions of the Austrian shares, stock market and capital market law as well as on the OECD Guidelines for Corporate Governance.

KTM AG has complied with the Austrian Code of Corporate Governance since preparations began for the IPO in autumn 2003.

The Code of Corporate Governance is an important part of the cooperation between KTM  AG’s supervisory board and management.

The Code, which goes beyond the legal provisions, becomes valid through voluntary compliance by a company. Acknowledgement of the Code means that any non-compliance with C Rules ("comply or explain") must be justified. The Company must have the implementation of the Code regularly evaluated by an external institution and must report publicly on the findings.

 

 

Governance System

The compliance guidelines contain all of the laws and guidelines within KTM AG as well as the ethical standards and requirements codes that the Company sets for itself.

Related Party Transactions

The CROSS Industries AG, Wels, holds, directly and indirectly, 51,18% of the voting rights in the KTM AG (effective: 31 December 2014), which is within the reach of graduate engineer Stefan Pierer. Details concerning the business relations with affiliated companies and persons can be found in point 34 of the consolidated notes of the 2014 Annual Report of the KTM AG.

Articles of Association

Corporate Governance Reports

The following Corporate Governance Report has been created according to the Annual Report. The Austrian Corporate Governance Codex is available for downloading at the website of the Corporate Governance working team: www.corporate-governance.at

​Investor Relation Policy

​KTM’s long-term goal is to become the most profitable motorcycle manufacturer and the leading power sports brand in Europe. To achieve this, KTM focuses on consolidating its position in the core segments and on exploiting new segments.

The cooperation with Bajaj Auto Ltd. is one example of a partnership in a new geographic market segment. Expanding the product range and developing new niches are important components of KTM’s long-term growth strategy. KTM’s strategic focus therefore lies in research and development, further expansion of the distribution network, and an efficient supply structure.