Pension planning: Swiss institutions back in the green

Pension planning: Swiss institutions back in the green
Pension planning: Swiss institutions back in the green

Swiss institutions are back in the green

Published today at 11:20 a.m.

Swiss occupational pension institutions had a good year in 2023. Their average net performance reached +5.2%, compared to -9.2% in 2022. However, it is premature to speak of a return to stability, warns the high surveillance commission.

After a year 2022 marked by the strongly negative performance of investments and the drop in coverage rates, the financial situation of institutions has become generally positive again in 2023, announced Tuesday in a press release the high monitoring commission for professional pensions (CHS PP) .

The positive performance of investments allowed an increase in the average remuneration of the retirement assets of active insured persons, which rose from 1.9% at the end of 2022 to 2.3% at the end of 2023.

It is premature to speak of a return to stability, however, notes the CHS PP. Geopolitical tensions tend to intensify. Caution is required in all decisions regarding benefits or investments. Institutions must continue to consolidate their reserves.

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