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Nowadays, it is hard to imagine the investment process of institutional investors without considering sustainability. In particular, the decarbonisation of portfolios is a central point of discussion. In this brief overview, we show examples of how sustainability can be taken

Complementa is starting to collect data this week for the 29th Risk Check-up for pension funds. We invite pension funds to take part in the study and thus receive a free individual analysis of the pension fund. All that is

We are pleased to invite institutional and professional investors to FINANZ’23, the Swiss Finance Fair for professional investors. It will take place on 3 and 4 May 2023 in Hall 550 in Zurich Oerlikon. We look forward to welcoming you

Situation A week ago Friday, the fall of Silicon Valley Bank caused turmoil in the US banking sector. In the course of last week, these distortions spilled over to European banks. Globally, there were significant losses on bank stocks last

We are pleased to invite representatives and decision-makers of pension funds to the Pension Symposium. It takes place on  June 2023 at Messe Zurich in Zurich Oerlikon. We will once again be present with an exhibition booth and look forward

Comment on the report of the Swiss Federal Audit Office of 25 January and the media coverage: Costs are an important aspect for all pension funds nowadays, both in administration and in investment. The supreme body of pension funds must

Deteriorating economic conditions saw Swiss pension funds return on average -10.7% for the year to end-September. Download the article (IPE November 2022, Country Report Switzerland) The year 2021 was an impressive one for Swiss occupational pension funds, the country’s fully

Swiss Pensionskassen have been steadily increasing their investment allocations to infrastructure, both domestically and abroad, partially as a result of a separate category within alternative investments introduced in 2020. The trend relating to increasing infrastructure investments has cemented over the

Swiss pension funds have experienced heavy losses since the start of the year and the coverage ratio has fallen by around 11 percentage points. Thomas Breitenmoser, Head of Investment Consulting/Controlling, puts the situation in context: «We are currently experiencing the