Swiss Re's shares have been publicly traded since 14 July 1869. The shares are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange and traded under the symbol "SREN".
Swiss Re Ltd shares (SREN) replaced Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd shares (RUKN) in the Swiss Market Index (SMI) on 23 May 2011. Swiss Re's shares are also included in a number of other major indices such as the STOXX Europe 600 Insurance, the FTSEurofirst 300 Insurance and the FTSE4Good Global.
In the U.S., Swiss Re shares are traded in the form of American Depositary Receipts (ADRs) under the Symbol "SSREY".
|Swiss Re Ltd
||Swiss Reinsurance Company Ltd
|Listing/trading||International Reporting Standard
SIX Swiss Exchange
|Delisted 1||Not listed, traded over the counter (OTC)|
1 Delisted as of 8 December 2011
Recovering Swiss withholding tax on dividends as a foreign investor
If you are tax resident in a country with which Switzerland has concluded a double tax treaty, in most cases you can recover a portion (but not all) of the Swiss withholding tax, by filing. If you are tax resident in a country with which Switzerland has not concluded a double tax treaty, in principle you cannot recover the Swiss withholding tax at all. For further information please see the Swiss Federal Tax Administration's website (in English).
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