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Chairman of the Supervisory Board on the evening Hasso Plattner buys shares of SAP for a quarter of a billion

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Hasso Plattner buys shares of SAP for a quarter of a billion

Hasso Plattner is the largest individual shareholder in the case of SAP. Photo: Soeren Stache/dpa-Central picture/dpa

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SAP Supervisory Board Chairman Hasso Plattner has used the price fall of the shares of the software manufacturer to a bulk purchase.

SAP Supervisory Board Chairman Hasso Plattner has used the price fall of the shares of the software manufacturer to a bulk purchase.

The co-founder of Dax group coincided to the start of the week for a total of around 248,5 million euros with papers, a notification of voting rights of the group from the Tuesday show. Plattner bought thus to rates from an average of 101 euros.

Plattner is founding co-partner Dietmar Hopp, the largest single shareholder of the German stock exchange-listed company and held as last, the financial news Agency Bloomberg, according to the almost 5.9 percent of the shares – currently, the package is good for 7 billion euros in value. Hopp holds 5 percent of the shares.

The SAP stock had collapsed on Monday due to a Strategy change from the chief Executive officer of Christian Klein by more than a fifth of the 97,50 Euro and to the level from the beginning of April, when the papers recovered from just the Corona Crash. This was the highest daily loss of papers since the 1990s, a stock market value of around 33 billion euros went up in the air. The shares of SAP turned on Tuesday to the news of Plattner’s share buy-back to the Plus.

And chief financial officer Luka Mucic had bought after the Fall of the classes of shares succeeded, however, in a much smaller frame.

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