These financial statements were prepared according to the provisions of the Swiss Law on Accounting and Financial Reporting (32nd title of the Swiss Code Obligations).
Where not prescribed by law, the significant accounting and valuation principles applied are described below.
Securities with a short-term holding period are valued at their quoted market price as at the balance sheet date. A valuation adjustment reserve has not been accounted for.
Financial assets include long-term loans and investments. Loans granted in foreign currencies are translated at the rate at the balance sheet date, whereby unrealised losses are recorded but unrealised profits are not recognised (imparity principle).
Interest-bearing debts are recognised in the balance sheet at nominal value.
As Emmi AG has prepared its consolidated financial statements in accordance with a recognised accounting standard (Swiss GAAP FER), it was decided not to present additional information on interest-bearing liabilities and audit fees in the Notes as well as a cash flow statement, in accordance with the law.