Swiss Life fosters direct contacts with representatives from the political and administrative communities as well as supervisory authorities and is in dialogue with economic associations.
Swiss Life advocates good basic conditions
Political and regulatory conditions shape Swiss Life’s environment and have a direct influence on our business activities. As a leading provider of life and pensions and financial solutions in Europe, Swiss Life is engaged in all markets for a competitive business location and appropriate regulation.
Swiss Life fosters direct contacts with its stakeholders
Swiss Life is in touch with representatives of the political and administrative communities as well as with the regulatory authorities and coordinates its work closely with industry groups. For instance, Swiss Life is a member of the Swiss Insurance Association (Schweizerischer Versicherungsverband, SVV), the French Insurance Federation (Fédération française de l’assurance, FFA) and the German Insurance Association (Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft, GDV). Swiss Life Asset Managers is a member of the Swiss Funds & Asset Management Association (SFAMA) and the Swiss Real Estate Association (Schweizerischer Verband der Immobilienwirtschaft, SVIT Switzerland).
Swiss Life supports the Swiss political system
Swiss Life provides annual financial support in Switzerland to parties of the centre-right and makes donations to individual politicians. In its dealings with representatives of the political and administrative communities it is governed by the rules of the “Code of Conduct” of the Swiss Life Group. These rules decree, for example, that donations in the home market of Switzerland to political parties are to be free of any obligation.
Swiss Life is committed to the militia system
For Swiss Life, the militia system is a part of Switzerland’s success. It promotes better understanding among the worlds of politics, society and business and enables a valuable mutual knowledge transfer. Swiss Life supports its employees in performing a political or public office. Full-time employees can use up to 20% of their working hours to exercise a mandate and participate in internal and external events for employees in public or political office.