Talks on the reform of the Swiss first and second pillar have been prolonged by the 2017 rejection of the Altersvorsorge 2020 pac
The reserve fund for Swiss social security is well-equipped to deal with growing deficits
1e pension plans are facing reform. Will this hinder their continued popularity?
The Swiss public has rejected a complex reform package for the first and second pillar. What comes next?
Industry experts and groups offer analysis of the referendum and its consequences for the future of Swiss pension reform
Switzerland’s most vulnerable pension fund has been offered a CHF4.7bn bailout from its sponsor, the canton of Geneva
The Swiss government has decided against further reporting standardisation for Pensionskassen
Coverage ratios have improved but riskier investments mean some pension funds are vulnerable to market shocks
Pension funds seek the right risk-return balance in a low-interest-rate environment. Opportunities seem few and far between
The referendum in September will decide the fate of the Swiss pension reform package. Barbara Ottawa analyses the first stages of the political campaigns leading up to the vote
Lombard Odier Pension Fund has developed an innovative multi-asset approach based on absolute return and diversification
Investors partner with US and Dutch universities to construct assessment model for UN’s second SDG
MSCI tells investors to check portfolio risk before adding green investments
Former Aon CEO and ex-head of Publica moves on after good investment year
But conference panelists wary of overregulation and hidden agendas
First pillar buffer fund tenders storage and custody for physical gold allocation
Also: A Swiss pension fund is on the lookout for an active domestic equity manager
Swiss Sustainable Finance reports significant increase in sustainable investment activity year-on-year
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