sfs group shareholder information

Shareholderinformation

The shares of the SFS Group are held by about 7,000 shareholders. The free float amounts to 45%.

Annual Report

Key Figures

1'738.6 million CHF

Gross sales 2018

6.5%

Increase in sales 2018

132.8 million CHF

Future investments

243 million CHF

Operating profits 2018

Shareholders

Significant shareholders

Shareholders who hold shares in a company incorporated in Switzerland and whose equity securities are listed in whole or in part in Switzerland must report to SIX Swiss Exchange if the shareholdings attain, fall below or exceed certain thresholds.

The family shareholders of the SFS Group hold 55% of the share capital and constitute a group of shareholders acting in concert within the meaning of art. 10 of the SESTO-FINMA.

The Board of Directors of the SFS Group AG is not aware of any other shareholders or groups of shareholders subject to voting agreements, who hold more than 3% of the share capital.

Information on disclosures of shareholdings can be found on the website of SIX Swiss Exchange: link to website SIX Swiss Exchange. To display the information, please fill in “SFS Group AG” in the search field Company.

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Dividend policy

SFS intends to target a dividend pay-out ratio of around 35–50% of the annual consolidated group net income.

Dividend payments will amongst others be dependent upon the availability of sufficient distributable reserves. Dividends issued by the company will be declared in Swiss Francs.

Share

sfs group shareprice information

Since 7th Mai 2014 the SFS Group is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

  • Listing: SIX Swiss Exchange (International Reporting Standard)
  • Ticker symbol: SFSN
  • Swiss security number: 23.922.930
  • ISIN: CH 023 922930 2
  • Share capital: CHF 3,750,000 divided into 37,500,000 registered shares with a par value of CHF 0,10 each

Analysts

Financial analysts of the following institutes monitor the activities of the SFS Group and publish independent financial statements (in alphabetical order):

  • Berenberg: Marta Bruska
  • Credit Suisse: Patrick Laager; Max R. Yates
  • Helvea Baader: Jorg Schirmacher
  • Kepler Cheuvreux: Torsten Sauter
  • MainFirst: Tobias Fahrenholz
  • Octavian AG: Alessandro Foletti
  • UBS: Jörn Iffert
  • Bank Vontobel: Michal Lichvar
  • Zürcher Kantonalbank: Armin Rechberger

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