Insurers not only assume risks that cannot be borne by individuals and/or corporations. They are also major employers, taxpayers and investors and, as such, of great importance for the economy.
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The study conducted by BAK Economics on the economic importance of the financial sector shows that insurers will continue to be one of the most productive sectors of the Swiss economy in 2022.
Insurers are major institutional investors with a long-term investment horizon and a preference for safety.
Swiss private insurers are major taxpayers and, as such, make a significant contribution to the country's pulic sector.
With their expertise in risk coverage and hazard prevention, insurers contribute to the stability of the economic system and prosperity in Switzerland.
The study conducted by BAK Economics shows that the financial sector remains one of the most productive industries in the Swiss economy in 2021.
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