To find out more about the Swiss occupational
benefit planning system, please find below a
non-exhaustive list of specialised websites.
- Legislation, regulations and authorities
- Professional associations and institutes
- Practical Information
Rules of good governance for occupational benefit planning.
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority.
OFAS provides up-to-date information on occupational benefit planning.
All the legislation relating to occupational benefit planning.
Recommendations regarding the preparation of accounts (RPC) for pension funds.
AAI groups local professional actuarial associations and their individual actuaries.
ARPIP offers a range of information and courses for foundation board members.
AEIP organises events and publishes surveys to promote equitable management.
ASA provides information on the profession and training of actuaries.
As the central association for 1,050 pension funds, the Swiss Pension Fund Association (ASIP) is committed to occupational benefit planning.
CAC publishes directives for experts on the federal law for occupational benefit planning.
The Swiss Fiduciary Chamber presents the profession of chartered accountant, financial expert, and fiduciary.
The Pension Fund Group (GIP) encourages the exchange of practical experiences between members (public and private pension funds).
IA groups all chartered professionals working in the actuarial business.
Everything you need to know about the Swiss Old-age Pension and Disability benefits system (AVS, Assurance Vieillesse et Survivants).
The publishing house EPAS provides, in particular, reference documents and an events listing on the subject of occupational benefit planning.
Up-to-date information on occupational benefit planning (in German).