AXA offers a range of pension solutions to meet the needs of large corporations, including various semi-autonomous collective foundations as well as management and expat pensions. Insured companies can also enjoy added benefits, personal advice, and simple, digital services that save them time, allowing them to focus on their core business.
The semi-autonomous AXA collective foundations allow large corporations to have their own pension fund that provides much more than just the basic minimum coverage without having to manage it themselves. They are extremely flexible, so companies can gauge their own pension needs and determine which pension solutions they use to cover their staff for retirement, disability, and death.
AXA's management pensions provide optimal coverage for the pension needs of higher-earning staff.
AXA is the only insurer that offers 95% of Swiss occupational benefits coverage for employees on secondment abroad.
Multinational companies often rely on specialized insurance networks to coordinate their local staff pension contracts.
AXA offers services that are as unique as your pension fund: thanks to our all-round expertise, we can provide innovative risk coverage solutions tailored precisely to your institution as well as comprehensive support for managing your pension fund.
There are a few things to consider when choosing a pension fund: performance, terms, flexibility, and administrative workload. The law also requires companies to involve staff or their representatives in the process. Our pension advisors will be happy to support you and make switching to your chosen solution as easy as possible.
Some 98% of Swiss companies, especially SMEs, have opted for a collective foundation solution. Our blog explains what collective foundations are all about and sheds light on their pros and cons.
Learn more about the pros and cons of each and how to choose between them.
We spoke with Daniel Gussmann, Chief Investment Officer of AXA Switzerland, about modern pension fund solutions, sustainable investments, and the challenges posed by the capital market.