SWITZERLAND - A rise in the minimum interest rate of second pillar pensions from 2.25% to 2.75% would jeopardise pensions' financial health, according to the president of the Swiss Association of Pension Funds (ASIP).
Hanspeter Konrad, managing director of ASIP said: “I think the minimal rate should not be more than the current rate of 2.25%. I think the government will increase it to 2.75%. “But it is not a good idea...
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