The Board of Trustees is the highest body of the Substitute Occupational Benefit Institution. This is composed of equal representation of the national umbrella organisations of employees (Swiss Federation of Trade Unions and Travail.Suisse) and employers (Swiss Employers’ Association and Swiss Trade Association) by at least ten members. The public administration is, in addition, represented by one or two members without voting rights.
Five members of the Board of Trustees are appointed by the national umbrella organisations for the employers (the Swiss Employers’ Association and the Swiss Trade Association). At present, they are the following individuals:
Five members of the Board of Trustees are appointed by the national umbrella organisations for employees (the Swiss Trade Union Federation and Travail.Suisse). At present, they are the following individuals:
Public administration representatives
The public administration is currently represented by the following individuals:
The Board of Trustees committee is the body responsible for general management tasks. It applies to the Board of Trustees in respect of all business with the exception of investments, in instances where the organisational regulations specify that it is not authorised to act autonomously.