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Person hilft älterer PersonThis section contains SFAO audits related to policy issues concerning social insurance.

Audit Direct supervision of the occupational pension system - Occupational Pension Supervisory Commission

The Occupational Pension Supervisory Commission (OPSC) is an independent supervisory authority. It ensures consistent supervisory practices in the occupational pension system. The OPSC acts as the supervisor for the cantonal and regional direct supervisory authorities. In addition, it directly supervises a total of 56 investment foundations with investment assets of around CHF 200 billion, the Substitute Occupational Benefit Institution with assets of CHF 15.2 billion, and the OPA Guarantee Fund Foundation with assets of CHF 1.1 billion.

Audit number: 19386

Follow-up Vested benefits institutions in occupational benefits provision - Federal Social Insurance Office

The Swiss Federal Audit Office (SFAO) conducted a follow-up audit at the Federal Social Insurance Office (FSIO) and at the Occupational Pension Supervisory Commission (OPSC) on the implementation of its main recommendations from its report of 20 May 2016 entitled "Vested benefits institutions in occupational benefits provision – Evaluation of the advantages and risks for insured persons and the Confederation".

Audit number: 19480

Follow-up Implementation of main recommendations - Federal Social Insurance Office

The Swiss Federal Audit Office (SFAO) conducted a follow-up audit on the implementation of its main recommendations at the Federal Social Insurance Office (FSIO). These stemmed from three SFAO audits on contributions to charitable organisations for elderly people from 2008, 2013 and 2015. The recommendations related in particular to improvements in supervision and reporting between the FSIO and Pro Senectute (PS). They were to be implemented in the new 2018–2021 service level agreement.

Audit number: 19395