SBBs Dividend Policy is to generate a steadily increasing annual dividend.

The AGM 2022 resolved that the dividend relating to the ordinary shareholders shall be SEK 1.32 per Class A and B common share and SEK 2 per Class D common share. Payment of dividends relating to Class A and B common share shall be made in twelve (12) equal installments. The record date shall be the last business day of each calendar month. Payment of dividends relating to Class D common share shall be made in four (4) equal installments. The record date shall be the last business day in June, September, December and March.

Common share profit distribution

All Common Shares shall have the same rights to dividend without preferential rights in relation to each other. If any dividend is declared, the following shall apply:

  • Class A and Class B common shares are entitled to the same dividend per share.
  • Class D common shares are entitled to five (5) times the total dividend on Class A and Class B common shares, however, no more than SEK two (2) per share and year.

If the dividend on Class D common share is less than SEK two (2), the maximum permitted dividend of SEK two (2) shall be increased so that the shortfall of up to SEK two (2) per year may be distributed later if sufficient dividends on common shares are declared subsequently, whereupon the maximum permitted dividend shall once again be SEK two (2).

Disbursement of dividends relating to Class A and Class B common shares shall be made in a single instalment, in four (4) equal instalments or in twelve (12) equal instalments. For four instalments, the record dates for payment of dividends shall be the last business day in June, September, December and March. For twelve instalments, the record dates for payment of dividends shall be the last business day in each calendar month.

Disbursement of any dividend relating to Class D common shares shall be made in four (4) equal instalments. Record dates for payment of dividends shall be the last business day in June, September, December and March.