IPE magazine November 2020
November 2020 (Magazine)By Luigi Serenelli
From letters still sent by pension funds, to apps and portals, the road to digitise the Swiss pension system looks long but promising
Will Swiss pension funds increase allocations to infrastructure?
November 2019 (Magazine)By Gail Moss
Pension funds are increasing their allocations to alternative and illiquid assets in a bid to boost flagging returns
New reforms to the first and second-pillar are due to be debated in parliament next year and implemented by 2022
November 2019 (Magazine)By Lukas Riesen
Smaller pension funds do not necessarily have lower returns, according to PPCmetrics
November 2019 (Magazine)By Stephen Bouvier
Negative interest rates are making Swiss pension funds more expensive
December 2018 (magazine)By Barbara Ottawa
The Swiss pension system needs reform but consent is needed in a federal referendum. Have politicians learnt from campaigning during the rejected Altervorsorge 2020 proposals?
The Swiss second pillar has become too complex and lost sight of its original principle of employer patronage towards employees
The globalisation of asset management means that Swiss managers have to broaden their product range and service different regulatory regimes
December 2018 (magazine)By Gail Moss
ESG is still an unpopular investment strategy in Switzerland. How will it overcome this lack of enthusiasm?
December 2018 (magazine)By Heinz Rothacher
Swiss pension funds have coped well with the financial crisis, but appearances can be deceptive
December 2018 (magazine)By Lukas Riesen
Illiquid investments should appeal to pension funds because of their long-term benefits, but are opportunities equal?
Swiss longevity assumptions have substantial effects on key technical figures in Pensionskassen
June 2018 (magazine)By Barbara Ottawa
Talks on the reform of the Swiss first and second pillar have been prolonged by the 2017 rejection of the Altersvorsorge 2020 pac
June 2018 (magazine)By Carlo Svaluto Moreolo
The reserve fund for Swiss social security is well-equipped to deal with growing deficits
June 2018 (magazine)By Iain Richardson,
1e pension plans are facing reform. Will this hinder their continued popularity?
Pensionskassen were slow to embrace ESG but many are now committed to integrating sustainable thinking into their strategies
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