Share information

Information about CPH's stock and ownership.

Shareholder structure:

  • Copenhagen Airports Denmark ApS (CAD):  59.4%  
  • The Danish State: 39.2%  
  • Foreign, Private and Institutional investors: 0.1%  
  • Danish, Private and Institutional investors: 1.3%      

CAD is jointly controlled by Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) and Arbejdsmarkedets Tillægspension (ATP).

OTPP's and ATP's ownership of CPH is described in further detail in CPH´s Group Annual Report.

Further information about OTPP and ATP is provided at and respectively.

CPH's stock is listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange (ISIN DK0010201102).

CPHs rating from Moody’s and Fitch:

Moody's = Baa2, investment grade 
Fitch = BBB+, investment grade

About privatization of CPH

Until 1990, the airports at Kastrup and Roskilde was operated by state company Copenhagen Airports Authority. At the Copenhagen Airports Act, Copenhagen Airports Authority 19 September 1990 converted to Copenhagen Airports A/S with the state as the sole shareholder. The intention behind the conversion to a stock company was that the company should be run on a more commercial basis.

After the company for more than three years had been state-owned, it was in February 1994 decided to reduce the government stake to 75 percent and to apply the company's shares listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The Offering took place in March 1994 and the shares were listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange of 11 April 1994.

In 1996 the government sold another 24 percent of its shares and thereby reduced its stake to 51 percent. The recent sale of government shares occurred in 2000 when the Danish government sold 17 percent of the shares. In both occasions, the share capital was increased by five million employee shares.

The Danish State's shareholding in the period 2000-2006 gradually increased to 39.2 percent as a result of CPH's acquisition of own shares. The Danish government still owns 39.2 percent of the shares.