This is a condensed version of the financial statements of Swisscom Ltd. The full version and the auditors’ report can be viewed on the Swisscom website.See www.swisscom.ch/financialstatements2022
Swisscom Ltd is a holding company under Swiss law. As at 31 December 2022, the Swiss Confederation, as majority shareholder, continued to hold 51.0% of the issued shares of Swisscom Ltd as in the prior year. The Telecommunications Enterprise Act (TEA) provides that the Swiss Confederation shall hold the majority of the share capital and voting rights of Swisscom Ltd.
The financial statements of Swisscom Ltd have been prepared in accordance with statutory requirements and the Articles of Incorporation. Distributable reserves are not determined on the basis of the equity as reported in the consolidated financial statements, but rather on the basis of equity as reported in the separate financial statements of Swisscom Ltd. The equity totalled CHF 7,908 million in the 2022 annual financial statements of Swisscom Ltd. Under Swiss company law, share capital and that part of the general reserves representing 20% of the share capital may not be distributed. On 31 December 2022, Swisscom Ltd held distributable reserves of CHF 7,846 million. The dividend is proposed by the Board of Directors and must be approved by Swisscom Ltd’s Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on 28 March 2023. Treasury shares are not entitled to a dividend.