New Capital Return Policy decided: Commerzbank plans to increase shareholder participation in company’s success

April 6 2022

The police headquarters in Middle Franconia warns of dangerous postal items after a letter sent to a Commerzbank branch in Nuremberg has set off a shooting flame. In the meantime, the police assumes that this event belongs to an extortion case against Commerzbank and that the so far unknown perpetrator could circulate further such mailings, which are targeted against branches of Commerzbank and its customers.

We kindly ask for your attention to the police press release and the behavioural information contained therein.

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About Commerzbank

Commerzbank is the leading bank for the German Mittelstand and a strong partner for around 28,000 corporate client groups and around 11 million private and small-business customers in Germany. The Bank’s two Business Segments – Private and Small-Business Customers and Corporate Clients – offer a comprehensive portfolio of financial services. Commerzbank transacts approximately 30 per cent of Germany’s foreign trade and is present internationally in almost 40 countries in the corporate clients’ business. The Bank focusses on the German Mittelstand, large corporates, and institutional clients. As part of its international business, Commerzbank supports clients with German connectivity and companies operating in selected future-oriented industries. Following the integration of comdirect, private and small-business customers benefit from the services offered by one of Germany’s most advanced direct banks combined with personal advisory support on site. Its Polish subsidiary mBank S.A. is an innovative digital bank that serves approximately 5.5 million private and corporate customers, predominantly in Poland, but also in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In 2021, Commerzbank generated gross revenues of some €8.5 billion with almost 46,500 employees.