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Corporate Governance

With the implementation of the recognised corporate governance principles as well as a balanced combination of management and controls, BKW also manages the company in a value-driven, sustainable manner according to statutory requirements. To this end, BKW also integrates mater...

5 Shareholdings

The shares held by members of the Board of Directors and the Group Executive Board of BKW and their related parties as of 31 December 2020 and 2019 can be found in the Notes to the Financial Statements on page 110....

8 Auditors

BKW’s auditors are appointed on an annual basis. The current auditors are Ernst & Young Ltd.; the firm has acted as BKW’s auditor since 1990. The auditor in charge changes regularly, at least once every seven years in accordance with legal requirements. Rico Fehr has been au...

5 Remuneration and shareholdings

All information on remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors and the Group Executive Board can be found in the Remuneration Report on pages 150 to 166. The information about shareholdings is on page 110 of the Notes to the Financial Statements....

Notes to the Financial Statements

The financial statements were prepared in accordance with the requirements of Swiss law, in particular the articles on commercial accounting and financial reporting of the Swiss Code of Obligations (Articles 957 to 962)....

Excellent 2020 Results

At CHF 474.7 million, reported EBIT is 10 % higher, or around CHF 40 million more than in the previous year. The concluding compensation from Swissgrid awarded to BKW by ElCom for the handover of the transmission grid had a one-off effect on EBIT of around CHF 39 million. Eve...

Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements

BKW AG, Bern (CH), along with its Group companies (hereinafter “BKW” or the “BKW Group”), is an international energy and infrastructure company. Its company network and extensive expertise allow it to offer its customers a full range of overall solutions. The Group pla...

4 Remuneration of the Group Executive Board

The remuneration system for the Group Executive Board should provide incentives to securing the long-term positive development of BKW. For this reason, the remuneration includes a substantial base salary and a high share of long-term profit sharing in the form of restricted share...

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