ÖBAG manages four other holding companies: FIMBAG, GKB Bergbau, IMIB and SCHOELLER-BLECKMANN Gesellschaft m.b.H.
FIMBAG Finanzmarktbeteiligung AG des Bundes in Liqu.
FIMBAG Finanzmarktbeteiligung AG des Bundes in Liqu. was founded in 2008 aiming to mitigate the effects of the 2008 global financial crisis on Austria and its financial institutions. The company was responsible for state support activities under the Financial Market Stability Act. After successfully completing the assigned tasks, liquidation of FIMBAG was initiated in 2015.
GKB-Bergbau GmbH is tasked with exiting the Austrian mining sector in an orderly fashion. In addition, it administers the remaining rights and obligations of former Österreichische Bergbauholding (Austrian mining holding). GKB also carries out statutory security and closing measures, including re-cultivation.
Immobilien und Industriebeteiligungen GmbH
In 1987, Immobilien und Industriebeteiligungen GmbH (IMIB) was spun-off from VOEST-ALPINE AG as a separate steel and technology unit. IMIB holds 13% of the shares in VAMED AG and administers residual claims and obligations resulting from its former activity.
SCHOELLER-BLECKMANN Gesellschaft m.b.H.
Until 1995, SCHOELLER-BLECKMANN Gesellschaft m.b.H. was the parent company of several state-owned companies specialized in high-quality stainless steel production. Since the privatization of these companies, Schoeller-Bleckmann acts as administrator of the former factory premises.