Who are we?
We believe in the enormous potential that technology can bring to people, businesses and society. At a time when technology is more present than ever in our lives, we cannot forget that the most important connections are human connections. Because in today’s society, people’s quality of life depends to a large extent on that connection. In short, our mission is to make our world more human by connecting people’s lives.
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Disclosure, communication and contact Policy for shareholders
What is Telefónica’s remuneration policy?
Telefónica has an attractive and sustainable remuneration policy, consisting of the payment of 0.3 euros gross per share per year, payable in two tranches of 0.15 euros in June and December.
What dividends will I receive if I buy shares?
Telefónica sets the shareholder remuneration policy taking into account the Group’s profits, cash generation, solvency, liquidity, flexibility to undertake strategic investments, and the expectations of shareholders and investors.
What dividends has Telefónica paid?
How can I find out when I receive dividends?
Through the website and the Shareholder Information telephone number 900 111 004 you can obtain complete information on shareholder remuneration, both on dates and on the nature and amount of the remuneration. The shareholder will receive at his/her domicile notification from his/her depositary bank of the corresponding payments into his/her securities accounts.
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Is there a dividend reinvestment plan?
There is currently no dividend reinvestment plan.
What is the tax on the sale of securities?
The transfer (sale of securities) that gives rise to an equity gain (capital gain) or loss (capital loss), which is determined by the difference between the sale price and the purchase price of the securities. The capital gain is included in the Savings Tax Base, regardless of the period in which it was generated. Consult your tax advisor or the Treasury.
What is the tax on dividends?
Dividends are taxed as income from movable capital and are included in the Savings Tax Base.
Scale of taxes
Savings Tax Base up to €6,000: 19%
From €6,000 to €50,000: 21%
From €50,000: 23%
What is the tax on Subscription Rights?
The sale of the rights will be considered a capital gain subject to tax withholding.
What is the tax on stock ownership?
The purchase of shares in itself is not taxable. The holding of shares is taxed in the Wealth Tax as long as it is subject to said tax according to the limits defined by law.
Administrative expenses and securities deposit
Administrative expenses and deposit of securities are deductible expenses.
How can I obtain financial information from the Company?
When does Telefónica publish its results?
Telefónica publishes its statements every three months and at the close of each calendar quarter.
Where can I access the annual statements?
What is the auditing company for Telefónica’s accounts?
The auditing company for Telefónica’s accounts is PricewaterhouseCoopers Auditores
Where can I access the Single Annual Report?
Where can I read about the Corporate Governance Report?
What are Telefónica’s strategy, objectives and trends?
You can read about them
What is credit rating?
The credit rating is an indicator of an entity’s ability to repay its debt. The agencies in charge of determining credit risk, both long and short term, base their calculations on variables such as payment history, the company’s asset/debt ratio, among others.
Telefónica, S.A. Shareholder Office
Postal Address: Distrito Telefónica – Edificio Central, Pl. 2ª, C/Ronda de la Comunicación s/n 28050 Madrid
Toll-free number (for Spain): 900 111 004
The mailbox of the Shareholders Office will only respond to questions from Shareholders & Investors about Telefónica. Please note that this mailbox is not a valid recipient for notification purposes and no other queries will be addressed.
The mailbox is attended Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 18.00 (CET), excluding local bank holidays.