Occupational benefits form the second pillar of the Swiss pension system. Every employer is required to set up a pension fund for its employees. A good pension fund is becoming ever more important as a way of preventing gaps in pension provision in old age. Therefore, an attractive employee benefit solution also has a positive impact on an employer’s image.
Large companies have the means to operate their own employee benefit scheme. Assessing the risks, selecting the investments and putting in place appropriate cover are all important aspects and Helvetia can act as a reliable partner in this.
Helvetia is one of the largest, oldest and therefore most experienced providers of pension fund solutions in Switzerland. Companies benefit from Helvetia’s broad expertise in pillar two – whether in relation to risk assessment, administration or investing and managing capital. The pension solutions are developed according to the company’s requirements.
Companies can outsource their occupational benefits completely. In this case, a tailored end-to-end solution is the right choice. This includes pension asset investment, benefits for the risks of old age, disability, death, and for administration.
Advantage: Companies entrust their employee benefits to a competent partner and can concentrate on their core business.
The occupational pensions experts at Helvetia Consulta provide solutions when matters become complex and take care of the management, organization and supervision of your employee benefit scheme.
Companies can protect the risk benefits for their employee benefit scheme. Helvetia insures the risks of old age, disability and death.
Advantage: Companies assign employee benefit risks to Helvetia based on their individual requirements.
Companies, in their capacity as an employee benefit scheme, can structure their investments individually and entrust a competent partner with implementation.
Advantage: Investments are optimally managed by experienced experts based on up-to-date market knowledge.
Investments: The Helvetia Investment Foundation takes over the management of the pension assets held by pension funds and collective foundations.