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Siemens to pay dividend of €4.25 per share; Supervisory Board becomes even more diverse

The company’s shareholders also reelected the following four shareholder representatives as members of the Supervisory Board for another four years: Dr. Werner Brandt, Benoît Potier, Dr. Nathalie von Siemens and Matthias Zachert. The shareholders also elected Regina E. Dugan (PhD, 59), CEO of Wellcome Leap Inc., Keryn Lee James (54), former CEO of the ERM Group, and Martina Merz (59), CEO of thyssenkrupp AG, as new members of this oversight body. Their terms of office will also be four years in each case. As a result, women now account for half of the ten shareholder representatives on the Supervisory Board.
“By bringing Regina E. Dugan, Keryn Lee James and Martina Merz on board, we have gained three outstanding personalities for Siemens. Their election highlights how important technology and sustainability are for the Supervisory Board’s future. Their election also means that the composition of this body is now more diverse than ever,” said Jim Hagemann Snabe, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Siemens AG.
“Despite major challenges, Siemens broke a record in fiscal 2022: for the first time, profit in our Industrial Business exceeded €10 billion. Our free cash flow came in at €8.2 billion. We successfully executed our strategy, captured market shares and achieved high-value growth. Our dividend has risen to €4.25, and the dividend yield as of September 30, 2022, was 4.2 percent. All this makes Siemens one of the best technology investments,” said Roland Busch, President and CEO of Siemens AG.
Ensuring active shareholder participation at the Annual Shareholders’ Meeting is extremely important to Siemens. The format of today’s virtual Annual Shareholders’ Meeting was set up to come very close to that of in-person Annual Shareholders’ Meetings: shareholders had full rights to make statements, ask questions and submit proposals. They had the opportunity to join the meeting live per video to speak during the general debate. In addition, the main focal points of the speeches held by Supervisory Board Chairman Jim Hagemann Snabe and by President and CEO Roland Busch were published online in advance on February 1, 2023. 
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Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a technology company focused on industry, infrastructure, transport, and healthcare. From more resource-efficient factories, resilient supply chains, and smarter buildings and grids, to cleaner and more comfortable transportation as well as advanced healthcare, the company creates technology with purpose adding real value for customers. By combining the real and the digital worlds, Siemens empowers its customers to transform their industries and markets, helping them to transform the everyday for billions of people. Siemens also owns a majority stake in the publicly listed company Siemens Healthineers, a globally leading medical technology provider shaping the future of healthcare. In addition, Siemens holds a minority stake in Siemens Energy, a global leader in the transmission and generation of electrical power.
In fiscal 2022, which ended on September 30, 2022, the Siemens Group generated revenue of €72.0 billion and net income of €4.4 billion. As of September 30, 2022, the company had around 311,000 employees worldwide. Further information is available on the Internet at
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