Intrum Justitia AB’s share capital amounted to SEK 1,594,893 on December 31, 2011 distributed among 79,744,651 shares with a quota value per share of SEK 0.02. Each share entitles the holder to one vote and an equal share in the company’s assets and earnings.
On September 20, 2011, the share capital was reduced by SEK 5,000 through the withdrawal of the 250,000 shares that the company had previously repurchased to secure the provision of the performance-based stock options program adopted by the 2008 Annual General Meeting but that matured without value on December 31, 2010.
Market capitalization, Price trend and turnover
In 2011 the price of Intrum Justitia’s share rose from SEK 103.50 to SEK 107.75, an increase of 4.1 percent. During the same period the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm index declined by 16.7 percent. The lowest price paid for the share during the year was SEK 79.00 on August 8, and the highest was SEK 109.75 on December 6.
The price at the end of the year gave a market capitalization for Intrum Justitia of SEK 8,592 M (8,254). Share trades were concluded on every business day of the year. An average of 213,017 shares were traded per day (278,314) on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm Exchange. In total, when including all marketplaces on which the Intrum Justitia share trades, an average of 331,651 shares traded per day during the year.
Trade on the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm Exchange accounted for 64 percent of total trade in 2011. Trades were also made via the Chi-X and Turquoise exchanges, as well as through Dark Pools and other OTC trading venues. The turnover rate, i.e. the share’s liquidity, amounted to 0.67 (0.85), compared with 0.43 (0.87) for the NASDAQ OMX Stockholm Exchange as a whole.
At the end of 2011 Intrum Justitia had 7,418 shareholders, compared to 7,168 the year before. The nine members of the Group Management Team held a combined 322,105 shares in Intrum Justitia at the end of the year. Intrum Justitia’s board members owned 45 500 shares. Intrum Justitia AB held no treasury shares at the end of 2011.