The responses from 507 pension funds and contributions from experts in the "Swiss Pension Funds Study 2017" of Swisscanto Pensions Ltd. demonstrate how pension funds are reacting to demographic developments and challenging markets.
The "Swiss Pension Funds Study" of Swisscanto Pensions Ltd. has established itself as the most important source of information on occupational pensions in Switzerland besides the pension fund statistics issued by the Federation. The study data provide an in-depth overview of the institutional pensions business in this country. The comprehensive study seeks to improve the transparency of the 2nd pillar for the general public and to provide the institutions involved with extensive comparative, management and decision-making tools. The "Swiss Pension Funds Study" is also available to all interested parties involved in pension provision, politics and academia.
In addition to the standard questions regarding the structure, benefits and investments of pension schemes, the 2017 study survey also deals with aspects on:
The advisory board comprises specialists in occupational pensions, politics, business and the financial world. The advisory board of the study determines the relevant areas of investigation. It ensures, jointly with the Study Head, that only the really interesting questions are asked in the correct form. In addition, the advisory board assists in the professional assessment of the study.
|René Raths||Head of Pension Funds & Occupational Pensions of Zürcher Kantonalbank|
|Ivy Klein||Head of Business Development, Corporate Customers, Swiss Life|
|Susanne Jäger||Managing Director of Aargauische Pensionskasse|
|Hanspeter Konrad||Director of Swiss Pension Funds Association ASIP|
|Heinrich Leuthard||Chairman of the Board of Management of Nidwaldner Kantonalbank|
|Christoph Ryter||Managing director of Migros Pensionskasse MPK|
|Dr Peter Schnider||Chairperson of the Management Board of VPS Verlag Personalvorsorge und Sozialversicherung AG|
|Dieter Stohl||Director of PUBLICA federal pension fund|
|Stephan Wyss||Prevanto AG partner in Zurich|
|Marcel Baumann||Project Manager of the Pension Funds Study of Swisscanto Pensions Ltd.|
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