Since 1995, Complementa annually conducts a comprehensive study on the status of domestic pension funds. Our prestigious study provides valuable insights for pension funds and its management, which is why more than 443 pension funds participated in 2020!
Participating is worth the effort: Besides a copy of the study, we offer each participating pension fund an individual “risk check-up”. All we require are data from the pension funds annual statement. The information is treated confidential.
Participate until 2 July 2021: proceed to questionnaire in German or in French
Study on current situation of Swiss pension funds
Within the representative study, we focus on the current health status of the pension fund sector but also on recognizing market trends by means of analyzing the extensive data of our 26-year study history. Download the study here (Risk Check-up 2020, in German).
Our study also sheds light on a yearly changing special topic. In 2021, we will draw insights from a comparison of European pension schemes.
Risk check-up: individual analysis
Each pension fund receives an individual analysis free of charge in return for the study-participation. In addition to essential peer comparisons, elementary risk information is prepared in order to help the pension fund representatives identifying potential threats to pension security at an early stage.
Event: Presentation of findings
Study participants and decision-makers from pension funds will be invited exclusively to the presentation of results in Zurich in September. An exciting program including lunch will provide an excellent setting to interpret the results, discuss the study’s special topic in depth and exchange ideas & experiences with peers from other pension funds.
Impressions: Presentation 2020 (in German)
Our study in the media
Results of the study are being published in various Swiss media in May and September and periodically in the magazine ‘Schweizer Personalvorsorge’.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the study team
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