Find out here what to do in the event of termination of an agreement and which documents need to be submitted.
The occupational benefits organisations must therefore report all terminations to the Substitute Occupational Benefit Institution no less than 30 days and no more than 60 days after termination (Art. 11(3bis) BVG (German)).
If the company is no longer subject to compulsory membership, you will receive feedback immediately. Our branch that is responsible for the case will also contact you if the company later becomes subject to compulsory membership and the required details are incomplete.
The Substitute Occupational Benefit Institution checks, whether a company has joined another occupational benefits scheme after terminating an agreement, as it is obliged to do if it employs people who are subject to LOB.
Please note that the data you transmit to us carries your electronic signature. This data is automatically entered into our system and cannot/must not be edited by us during import. This data is therefore deemed to be complete and accurate.