Direct equity interests in corporations
- ABBAG – Federal Liquidation Management Company (100 %)
The task of ABBAG consists of the administration, including the exploitation of shares and property rights of the Federal Government and the company in liquidation companies and legal entities, as well as the provision of services and the taking of measures that are necessary in each case for the best possible realisation of the assets and the winding-up of a liquidation company, or that are required to safeguard the public interest.
Furthermore, the Act provides for the provision of services and the taking of financial measures in favour of companies pursuant to § 3b (1) of the ABBAG Act, which are required to maintain solvency and bridge liquidity difficulties of these companies in the context of the spread of the pathogen SARS-CoV-2 and the economic effects caused thereby. This task is performed by COFAG as a 100% subsidiary of ABBAG, which was established by ABBAG by order of the Federal Minister of Finance. Since December 2021, ABBAG also holds 100% of the shares in HETA ASSET RESOLUTION AG i.A.
- Bundesbeschaffung GmbH (100 %)
Bundesbeschaffung GmbH is the purchasing service provider of the public sector and performs tasks in the field of procurement with the aim of economically sensible volume and demand bundling to optimise the purchasing conditions of the Federal Government according to economic and qualitative criteria.
- Bundespensionskasse Ag (100 %)
Bundespensionskasse Ag is the company pension fund for federal employees, state teachers, and outsourced federal institutions.
- HBI Bundesholding Ag (100 %)
The corporate purpose of HBI Bundesholding Ag is the management and optimum realisation of the shares in HYPO ALPE-ADRIA-BANK S.P.A. headquartered in Udine.
- Internationales Amtssitz- und Konferenzzentrum Wien Ag (100 %)
The tasks of Internationales Amtssitz- und Konferenzzentrum Wien Ag are the planning, construction, maintenance, administration and funding of the official headquarters of international organisations and – in fulfilment of the obligations entered into towards Austrian Konferenzzentrum Wien Ag – the planning, construction, maintenance, administration and funding of the Austria Center Vienna (ACV).
- Monopolverwaltung GmbH (100 %)
Monopolverwaltung GmbH is entrusted with the administration of the tobacco monopoly and awards tobacconists with territorial protection. This secures the nationwide local supply of tobacco products and creates entrepreneurial livelihoods for people with disabilities.
- Austrian National Bank (100 %)
The Austrian National Bank (Oesterreichische Nationalbank) is the central bank of the Republic of Austria and thus an integral part of the European system of central banks or the Euro system, respectively.
- Austrian Treasury (100 %)
The task of the Austrian Treasury (Österreichische Bundesfinanzierungsagentur) is to ensure solvency on behalf and for the account of the Republic of Austria, and to provide debt portfolio management and cash management for the Federal Government.
- Österreichische Beteiligungs Ag (100 %)
Österreichische Beteiligungs Ag manages the shares in major Austrian listed and unlisted companies such as OMV Ag, Österreichische Post Ag, Telekom Austria Ag, Bundesimmobilien GmbH, ARE Austrian Real Estate GmbH and Casinos Austria Ag. Under certain conditions, Österreichische Beteiligungs Ag is authorised to take certain measures to strengthen Austrian interests in international competition between locations.
- KA Finanz Ag (100 %)
KA Finanz Ag emerged in 2009 from the demerger of the former Kommunalkredit company as the legal successor of the same, and is a liquidation company within the meaning of § 162 of the Federal Act on the Reorganisation and Liquidation of Banks (BaSAG).
- Großglockner Hochalpenstraßen Ag (79 %)
The task of Großglockner Hochalpenstraße Ag is the expansion, maintenance and operation of the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße, the Gerlos Alpenstraße, and the Nockalmstraße mountain roads. The pass road with a total length of 48 km is one of the most important excursion destinations in Central Europe’s largest national park region, the Hohe Tauern mountains.
- Villacher Alpenstraßen Fremdenverkehrs GmbH (70.59 %)
Villacher Alpenstraßen Fremdenverkehrs GmbH operates the toll road up to Mount Dobratsch, with GROHAG in charge of operations.
- Felbertauernstraße Ag (60.46 %)
Since 1967, Felbertauernstraße Ag has been operating the Felbertauern toll road, 37.468 kilometres in length, between the towns of Matrei in East Tyrol and Mittersill in Salzburg as an all-season trans-Alpine road connection in the high-Alpine region.
- Österreichisches Konferenzzentrum Wien Ag (50 %)
The task of Österreichisches Konferenzzentrum Wien Ag is the planning, building, owning, maintenance, managing, funding and operation of the Austrian Conference Centre in Vienna.
- Verbund Ag (51%)
Verbund Ag is the operational management holding company of the Verbund Group and, as a leading energy company, one of the largest hydroelectricity producers in Europe. Pursuant to § 7a (2) of the ÖIAG Act 2000 as most recently amended, the administration of the shares in VERBUND Ag held by the Federal Government is carried out by ÖBAG on behalf of the Federal Government.
- immigon portfolioabbau Ag (43.3 %)
Immigion portfolioabbau Ag was created in 2015 from the demerger of Österreichische Volksbanken-Ag (ÖVAG) and is a liquidation company pursuant to § 162 of the Federal Act on the Reorganisation and Liquidation of Banks (BaSAG).
• Planai-Hochwurzen-Bahnen GmbH (23.28 %)
The task of Planai-Hochwurzen-Bahnen GmbH is to operate lifts on the Planai, the Hochwurzen and the Dachstein, as well as travel and bus services, making it the largest mountain railway and leisure company in Styria.
• Volksbank Wien Ag (25% +1)
Volksbank Wien Ag () is a member of the Austrian Association of Volksbanks as well as a regional bank focusing on retail and commercial banking in Austria. Within the Association of Volksbanks, Volksbank Wien Ag, as the central organisation, performs extensive management and steering functions.