Annual Report 2022
ANNUAL REPORT 2022
- Excluding revaluation and special effects, the Group’s net income increased by 6.3% to CHF 33.8 million (up from CHF 31.8 million in the previous year).
- The vacancy rate dropped considerably from 4.0% to 1.6%.
- The real estate portfolio was expanded through a strategically interesting acquisition.
- The market value of the portfolio rose by 7.6% from CHF 1.70 billion to CHF 1.83 billion.
- The board of directors will propose a 9.3% increase in the ordinary dividend, from CHF 37.50 to CHF 41.00 per series B registered share, to the general meeting of shareholders.
The Annual Report 2022 can be found in the download center.
Patrik Stillhart explains the most important key figures for the financial year
Balance Sheet Press Conference
Further key steps in the implementation of the sustainability strategy
Zug Estates can look back on a successful year in terms of sustainability as well. Compared to the previous year, the Group reduced its greenhouse gas emissions by another 50%, from 1.8 kg to 0.9 kg CO2eq per square metre of energy reference area (measurement period until 31 March 2022). All but one property at the City Centre site have now been connected to the Circulago lake water district. That puts us another big step closer to our goal of being able to operate our entire portfolio free of greenhouse gas emissions.