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Swiss Pensionskassen have been preparing for a challenging environment of rising interest rates, high inflation and capital market volatility, while taking a hit on returns in the first months of the year as a result of the war in Ukraine.

The investment mix of pension funds has changed noticeably in recent years and has become riskier. Real estate and alternative investments in particular have risen in importance, as the Complementa risk check-up study shows. However, newly permitted asset classes will

Navigate to… > Overview > Study > Individual Analysis for Pension Funds > Confidentiality > Presentation of results > Important dates > Media > Contact   Overview Since 1995 Complementa annually conducts a comprehensive study on the status of domestic

We are pleased to invite representatives and decision-makers of pension funds to the Pension Symposium and Pension Market Trade Fair. They will take place on 8 and 9 June 2022 at the Messe Zürich in Zurich Oerlikon. Complementa will once

We are pleased to invite institutional and professional investors to the FINANZ’22 financial fair. It will take place on 27 and 28 April 2022 in Hall 550 in Zurich Oerlikon. We would be pleased to welcome you at booth A.11.

On May 17th, 2022, the 4th Annual Germany Institutional Forum is being held at Jumeirah Frankfurt Hotel. Meet Complementa’s Eberhard Schwarz on Site and follow the Panel Discussion at 15.20: Real Assets – Investments in Real Estate, Energy and Infrastructure

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New investment category At its meeting on 17 November 2021, the Federal Council decided to create a new investment category for unlisted investments. From 1 January 2022, non-listed Swiss investments can be treated as a separate category in the catalogue

Swiss pension funds have coped well with the effects of COVID but the pension system needs to be brought up to date. The capital-weighted average funded ratio has risen to its highest level in 20 years Pension funds are being