Allvisa | Aktuell: Presentations

Our presentations at our previous events:

Spring 2021
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Marco Heusser
  • Technical basics BVG 2020, Brigitte Terim und Pierre Balladore
  • Impact of the COVID 19 pandemic, Christoph Plüss
  • Partial liquidation, Adrian Schmid
Autumn 2020
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Adrian Schmid
  • What happens if I lose my job after age 58?, Brigitte Terim
  • Preparation for retirement, Peter Imhof
Autumn 2019
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Peter Imhof
  • Revised FRP 4: what our clients expect, Marco Heusser
  • “AHV 21” reform: effects on AHV and BVG, Hans-Ulrich Schwander
  • BVG reform: quo vadis? Investigation of some of the latest reform proposals, Andrea Reichmuth
Spring 2019
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Marco Heusser
  • Waiver of contributions and continued payment of salary in practice, Pius Schumacher
  • How can pension funds contribute to gender equality?, Anna-Laura Wickström
  • Early retirement – labour and pension law aspects, Christoph Plüss
  • Communicating with beneficiaries – transparency creates understanding, Tobias Schmid
Autumn 2018
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Peter Imhof
  • How do I tell my grandma? Can an unpopular reform receive majority support?, Josef Bachmann
  • Liability insurance for directors of pension funds, Roland Signer
  • Basic pension plans – management pension plans: advantages and disadvantages of separate solutions. What must be kept in mind in this case?, Brigitte Terim
  • Key figures for structure and risk capacity: basis for technical interest rate recommendations, Christoph Plüss / Helena Riesen-Seidl
Spring 2018
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Peter Imhof
  • Surplus participation model for active insured persons and different pensioner groups, Helena Riesen-Seidl
  • Increasing requirements under new data privacy legislation, Priska Ineichen
  • Current case law on occupational pensions, Carmela Wyler-Schmelzer
  • Pensions 2.0: pension solutions of the future – ideas about potential developments and requirements, Brigitte Terim / Christoph Plüss
Autumn 2017
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Marco Heusser
  • What will happen after the Pensions 2020 referendum? To what extent does the BVG define occupational pension provision?, Brigitte Terim
  • Calculation of the benefit target of a pension fund: influencing factors and maintenance measures, Parivash Kurmann
  • Updates: from D for Dispatch about Supplementary Benefits to O for Ordinance on 1e Pension Solutions, Christoph Plüss
Spring 2017
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Martin Hubatka
  • Pensions 2020: what can we expect?, Andrea Reichmuth and Marco Heusser
  • Foundation board’s responsibility for asset management, Martin Hubatka
  • Current case law, Marta Mozar
Autumn 2016
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Martin Hubatka
  • New division of pension assets in the event of a divorce: theory, Andreas Gnädinger
  • New division of pension assets in the event of a divorce: practice, Franziska Heuberger
  • Pensions 2020: current status, Andrea Reichmuth
  • 1e pension plans and what we need to know about them, Martin Hubatka / René Zehnder
Spring 2016
  • Update about social insurance legislation, Martin Hubatka
  • Substitute Occupational Benefits Institution – a somewhat different joint foundation, Max Meili
  • BVG 2015 actuarial tables, Thomas Frick
  • Reduction of conversion rate: possible transitional regulations and/or mitigation measures, Brigitte Terim
  • Current case law, Carmela Wyler-Schmelzer
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