Our regulations for good company management/corporate governance lay down responsibilities and define the principles of conduct for successful cooperation.
Taking responsibility, following rules, showing integrity and reporting breaches: The Code of Conduct contains the minimum expectations of the Board of Directors and CEO vis-à-vis the managers and employees of Swisscom Ltd and its subsidiaries.
The Articles of Incorporation define the purpose, capitalisation, structure, tasks and responsibilities of the governing bodies and are approved by the General Meeting of Shareholders. They were last revised by the Ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting of 7 April 2014.
The Organisational Regulations lay down the binding framework for the management of Swisscom Ltd and its subsidiaries and define the responsibilities of the individual organs in detail.
Swisscom ensures that its corporate strategy, which is committed to meeting sustainability and extensive ethical obligations, is consistently implemented by means of organisational measures, an extensive body of management approaches, transparent reporting and independent audits.
Regulates the tasks, powers and working methods of the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.
Regulates the tasks and powers of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.
Regulates the tasks, powers and working methods of the Remuneration Committee of the Board of Directors.
Regulates, in the form of a function diagram, the responsibilities of the Annual General Meeting, Board of Directors and CEO.
Governs signatory powers.
Regulates the conditions for the registration of trustees/nominees as shareholders with voting rights in the share register.
Information about the dialogue with authorities, political parties and associations.