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Message date: 17th July 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 1,95% to 2,05%. Within the transaction history, this is the 54th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 26th September 2022.
Snapshot transaction history
1,71%
1,80%
1,95%

2,05%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 1624

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Short Selling Transaction Report from
17th July 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 1,95% to 2,05%. Within the transaction history, this is the 54th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 26th September 2022.
1,71%
1,80%
1,95%

2,05%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 1624
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
15th July 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 0,56% to 0,60%. Within the transaction history, this is the 54th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 23rd May 2019.
0,50%
0,49%
0,56%

0,60%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 1034
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
12th July 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 0,50% to 0,62%. Within the transaction history, this is the 2nd adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 2nd July 2024.
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0,50%

0,62%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 833
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
8th July 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 0,39% to 0,53%. Within the transaction history, this is the 10th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 30th January 2023.
0,76%
0,54%
0,39%

0,53%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 191
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
8th July 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction decreased the share of the short position changed from 0,69% to 0,59%. Within the transaction history, this is the 13th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 30th April 2024.
0,88%
0,70%
0,69%

0,59%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 691
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
21st May 2024

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 0,91% to 1,15%. Within the transaction history, this is the 6th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 6th February 2024.
0,59%
0,87%
0,91%

1,15%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 661
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
19th May 2016

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 0,47% to 0,55%. Within the transaction history, this is the 32nd adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 7th March 2013.
0,48%
0,50%
0,47%

0,55%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 629
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
29th March 2016

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction Increased the share of the short position changed from 2,51% to 3,05%. Within the transaction history, this is the 10th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 16th November 2015.
1,92%
2,06%
2,51%

3,05%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 7
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
12th August 2013

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

As a result of the registered transaction decreased the share of the short position changed from 0,69% to 0,57%. Within the transaction history, this is the 19th adjustment of the short position since the initial commitment of 1st November 2012.
1,00%
0,80%
0,69%

0,57%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 594
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Short Selling Transaction Report from
29th October 2012

Termsheet of the Shortselling Transaction

Opened a short position in this security on 29th October 2012. This is the short seller's first exposure with respect to this company.
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-%
-%

1,55%

Fifty-four (54) companies specializing in short selling have AIXTRON SE on their short-selling radar. The total share of all short selling positions is 28,34%. The largest share is held by UBS Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd with 3,05%.
Weighting of the position within the overall ranking: 81
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Equity Story 78 4th July 2024 EQS Group AG EQS
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Directors Dealings 23 10th July 2024 Schindelhauer, Kim DD
Short Seller (UK) 0 - - SSR (UK)
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The EU Short Selling Regulation stipulates which transparency obligations must be fulfilled with regard to short selling activities. According to the provisions, there is a two-tier transparency system for net short positions in shares, which is linked to reporting obligations if thresholds are reached or fallen short of.

Net short positions must be reported to the competent national authority (Articles 5 and 6 EU Short Selling Regulation). According to Art. 5 (1) and (2) EU Short Selling Regulation, an initial notification has to be made if the net short position reaches 0.1% of the issued share capital of the company in question (1st level). If the net short position reaches 0.5 % of the issued share capital, it must also be published in the Bundesanzeiger1 in accordance with Art. 6 (1) and (2) EU Short Selling Regulation (2nd tier).

Please note: The information available here has been taken from publicly available sources and edited visually and textually for improved usability. Before using this data, we recommend that you carry out a plausibility check of the source data. You can find this at the Bundesanzeiger. In the section "Net short positions" you can access the individual publications via a tabular overview. A search function and other filters enable you to find further detailed information.


We offer you two different views for use here. The standard view displays the processed information in chronological order as a "card" view. You can change this display by selecting the "Table" view. We explicitly point out that the compilation serves exclusively to make the processes derived from the EU Short Sale Regulation more usable for information seekers. This includes topics such as user-friendliness, user experience and networked data. The updating of the data stock is usually carried out in an end-of-day process that also takes quality assurance aspects into account. Therefore, despite careful checking, no liability can be accepted for the accuracy, completeness and up-to-dateness of the data. In particular, we accept no liability for any damage or consequences arising from the direct or indirect use of the content provided.

1The publication of net short positions in the Bundesanzeiger shall take place after a publication order has been placed on the publication days of the Bundesanzeiger between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. in accordance with section 47 para. 2 WpHG ("trading day"). For publication on the same trading day, an order must be placed by 3:30 p.m. at the latest. The reporting person is legally obliged to report the net short position by 3:30 p.m. of the trading day following the position day.


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