|February 6, 1995:||First Subscription Day with early closing of offering and 8-fold oversubscription|
|February 14, 1995:||First day of trading of the “Lady Share“ on the Vienna Stock Exchange and the OTC market in Frankfurt, Issue price ATS 440 (€ 31.98) per share, Closing price, ATS 439 (€ 31.90) per share|
|October 7, 1996:||1 for 2 stock split|
|October 16, 1996:||Historic all-time high reached at ATS 1,510 (€ 109.74) per share. Share price of ATS 3,020 (€ 219.47) before the stock split.|
|June 24, 1996 – Sept. 23, 2002:||Listing of the Wolford share in the ATX|
|January 2, 2002:||Listing in the ATX Prime|
|Since September 5, 2018:||Changeover from Prime Market to the Standard Market|
The Wolford share – since its invalidation in June 2013 a historic security and much sought-after collectible.
The depiction on the share of fresco painting, which Gustav Klimt created for the National Art Museum in Vienna, does justice to the first traded securities in their role as “documents of value”, not only with respect to contents but in formal terms. The fresco is dedicated to the Greek and Egyptian protective goddess of the fire arts, who attributes are renewal, fantasy, courage and independence – values which Wolford also cherishes.