Sustainability is at the heart of what Swiss Life does to enable current and future generations to lead a self-determined life.
Our own market research shows: nine out of ten people feel it is important for financial and pension services providers to act sustainably. They expect these companies to play an active role in society and to account for how they manage natural resources, how they act in an ecologically responsible manner, how they live up to their social role and how in doing so they make a positive contribution to the future for posterity.
People are aware that sustainability starts with themselves, and they wish to make a contribution. That’s where Swiss Life comes in: Swiss Life enables people to lead a self-determined life. This includes supporting people in shaping their financial future according to their own requirements also in terms of sustainability.
As part of its new sustainability strategy, Swiss Life has defined four fields of action up until 2024: its business behaviour, its role as an asset owner and manager, the way it runs its insurance and advisory business and its role as an employer. Within the framework of all these fields of action, Swiss Life makes a direct contribution to people’s lives, to society and to the environment.