In the United States the Continental share is traded Over-the-Counter (OTC) as American Depositary Receipt (ADR). They are not admitted to the U.S. stock market.
Since the split of the outstanding ADRs at the end of October 2018, ten ADRs (rather than the previous five) are equivalent to one Continental share.
|Ratio||1 share :10 ADRs|
|Bloomberg ticker symbol||CTTAY|
|Reuters ticker symbol||CTTAY.PK|
|ADR level||Level 1|
|Trade / Exchange||OTC|
|Effective date||May 1989|
|Sponsor||Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas|
|ADRs issued as at December 31, 2020||28,818,830 (with 2,881,883 Continental shares deposited)|