Corporate Governance

Group and shareholder structure

Alpiq is committed to transparent and responsible business management and pursues sustainable corporate development. Transparency and fairness are ensured by effective management and controlling systems, an open information policy and ethical principles. Except where otherwise stated, all information given is at 31 December 2022. The same applies to references to clauses in regulations and instructions.

After his election onto the Board of Directors at the Extraordinary General Meeting on 9 December 2021, Johannes Teyssen assumed office as member of the Board of Directors and Chairman from 1 January 2022.

At 31 December 2022, the Alpiq Group’s management structure comprises the three operational business divisions of Switzerland, International and Trading. The Group Centre consists of the functional divisions Financial Services and Corporate Development as well as the functional units Legal & Compliance, Human Resources and Communications & Public Affairs, all of which report directly to the CEO.

At 31 December 2022, the parent company Alpiq Holding Ltd., domiciled in Lausanne, Switzerland, had share capital of CHF 331,103.64, divided into 33,110,364 registered shares with a nominal value of CHF 0.01 each.

According to the share register, the following shareholders are registered at 31 December 2022:


Stakes in %

EOS Holding SA


Schweizer Kraftwerksbeteiligungs-AG


EBM (Genossenschaft Elektra Birseck) 1


EBL (Genossenschaft Elektra Baselland) 1


Eniwa Holding AG 1


Aziende Industriali di Lugano (AIL) SA 1


IBB Holding AG 1


Regio Energie Solothurn 1




1 Consortium of Swiss minority shareholders

No cross-shareholdings exist.

The three shareholder groups EOS Holding SA, Schweizer Kraftwerksbeteiligungs-AG and the consortium of Swiss minority shareholders each hold one-third of the Alpiq shares.