As of today, the TUI Group is listed in the OTC segment at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and in the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange, the FTSE 100 index. The shares will also remain listed at the Hanover Stock Exchange to provide the opportunity for German investors to continue to trade their TUI shares in euros via Xetra.
The TUI Group was formed in mid-December 2014 from the merger between TUI AG and TUI Travel PLC. In the wake of the merger, the Group decided to apply for a primary listing of its shares on the London Stock exchange. As the British stock exchange rules do not permit a secondary quotation in the regulated market of a foreign stock exchange, the TUI Group left MDAX with effect from 31 March 2015.
About the TUI Group
The TUI Group is the world’s number one integrated tourism group operating in around 180 destinations worldwide. The company is domiciled in Germany. The TUI Group’s share is listed in the FTSE 100 index, the leading index of the London Stock Exchange. In financial year 2013/14, the TUI Group recorded turnover of €18.7bn and an operating result of €869m. The Group employs around 77,000 people in 130 countries.
TUI offers its 30 million customers comprehensive services from a single source. The Group covers the entire value chain in tourism under one roof. This comprises leading tour operator brands and 1,600 travel agencies in Europe, six European airlines with more than 130 modern medium- and long-haul aircraft and more than 300 Group-owned hotels and resorts with premium brands such as RIU and Robinson. With cruise ships ranging from luxury class vessels MS Europa and MS Europa 2 to the Mein Schiff fleet of TUI Cruises and the cruise ships of Thomson Cruises in the UK, TUI is also strongly positioned in the growing cruise segment.
Global responsibility for sustainable economic, ecological and social activity is a key feature of our corporate culture. TUI has joined the UN Global Compact and is the only tourism group listed in the renowned Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) World and Europe.