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Jens Wiesenhütter

has worked for Helvetia since 2017. As head of the story team he is responsible, among other things, for the blog and enhances it with some stories of his own.

Hansjörg Ryser

has over 20 years of experience as a business journalist. He now brings his knowledge of pension-related, financial and insurance topics to bear as head of the arbitration unit for Helvetia – and for visitors to the Helvetia blog.

Natascha Fabian

completed her Bachelor's degree and is now working as an intern in multimedia communication at Helvetia. She contributes her creativity as a writer to the Helvetia blog.

Mirjam Arnold

holds a Bachelor's degree and is now working as an intern in multimedia communication at Helvetia. She deals with a wide variety of topics for the Helvetia blog.

Isabella Awad

has worked for over 20 years at Helvetia, among other things as editor-in-chief of the Helvetia employee magazine “viva!”. With her passion for language and cultures, she supplies the blog with ideas, contacts and texts.

Margrith Mermet

has worked for Corporate Communications at Helvetia since 2009. She has worked as an external collaborator for the insurance group since March 2018 and writes about Helvetia’s commitment to art, among other things.

Samuel Wernli

studied journalism, politics and sociology. As Head Public Affairs at Helvetia, he can put his fascination for this group of topics to good use in his job.

Jan Söntgerath

studied international relations and completed a training programme in business journalism. He has worked at Helvetia since 2014 and is currently the deputy for Corporate Communication in Austria.

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