Shareholder Services

Investor service

Investor service


For Conconcreto it is very important to know the opinion of our shareholders, analysts and the general public. If you have any comments, opinions, suggestions or want to know more about our services for Investors, send us a message using the contact form below:


Daniel Tirado
Tel: (604) 4025700 Ext. 5275
Carrera 43A No. 18 Sur-135
Medellín, Antioquia


Tel: (604) 3117383

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

On the Company’s Website, you can click on the area in the section entitled Investor Service.

Go to the Investor Section in the Conconcreto Website; in the list of services for Shareholders, you will find the option of Withholding Certificates. Please make sure you have your ID Document number and Deceval number.

When will the next delivery of results and the next Shareholders’ Assembly be?

Once the General Balance Sheet for the year and its corresponding Profit and Loss Statement have been approved by the Board of Directors, the Shareholders’ Assembly proceeds to distribute the profits. The distribution of profits will be made in proportion to the paid part of the nominal value of the Shares.

Historically, 50% of profits have been paid in dividends. Their payment is made through the stock-brokerage firm, directly as a payment in the Shareholder’s bank account or in cash. For those Shareholders who have their shares managed by the Issuer, the payment is made directly to the bank account registered with Deceval.

It is the increase in the value of the Share, compared to the purchase price of the last price for which the Share was traded in a given period of time.

It is subject to the appreciation of the Share price in the market (the difference between the purchase price and the sale price=, and to the dividends that the Company distributes annually.

  • Nominal Value is the amount of money represented in the Title at the time of the contribution to capital or the constitution of the Company.

  • Equity Value or Intrinsic Value is the result of dividing the Company’s liquid assets by the number of its outstanding Shares.

  • Market Value or Stock Market Value is the price for which the Share is traded in the public stock market.

Regarding the buying back of Shares, in the previous meeting, the Occasional Reserve previously constituted by the Company to buy back Shares for COP 50 thousand million was ratified. However, the decision to use said reserve corresponds to the Board of Directors; the Board of Directors studies it and if it deems it appropriate, it proposes a plan for said buy back, which is subsequently presented at the Shareholders’ Assembly. Although it is a possibility that is being considered, the Board of Directors has not yet made a decision on the matter