Set up in 2018, Groupe Mutuel Foundation develops its activities on a non-profit basis. In this regard, the Foundation supports the well-being of the Swiss population, including health promotion and prevention measures. Its scope of action covers institutions and associations, individual policyholders and companies. In order to fulfil its mandate, Groupe Mutuel Foundation will launch three specific initiatives in 2019.Open pdf file
All aboard! Eleven start-ups from all over the world, including from Switzerland, will be working hard in Martigny as from today, 8 October. They will be based there until the end of February 2019 as part of the first edition of InnoPeaks, the ambitious open innovation hub of Groupe Mutuel dedicated to developing start ups in the healthtech, fintech and insurtech sectors.Open pdf file
As part of its Open Innovation programme announced and launched in early 2018, Groupe Mutuel is cohosting the 7th edition of the International Create Challenge (ICC) hackathon. This year’s theme is “AI for Health and Insurance”, the aim of which is to develop new projects in the field of artificial intelligence for health.Open pdf file
The Executive Board of Groupe Mutuel has appointed Ms Annick Chevillot as the new Head of the Group's Corporate Communications department. Currently in charge of publications for the group "La Poste", Ms Chevillot will take up her duties on 1 August 2017. She will take over from Mr Yves Seydoux, the current incumbent, who is due to retire in March 2018 while remaining at the disposal of the company until then.Open pdf file
The Board of Groupe Mutuel has appointed Mr Marc Olivier Delévaux as director of corporate affairs and pension funds of Groupe Mutuel, as from 1 April 2017. Mr Marc Olivier Delévaux, born in Zurich, married and aged 54, is an expert in insurance and risk management, which led him to hold various high-level positions as insurer, broker and reinsurer.Open pdf file
The Board of Groupe Mutuel has appointed Mr Florian Raemy as financial director (CFO) of Groupe Mutuel. He will replace Mr Samuel Marchetti who died suddenly last spring. Aged 45 and born in Zurich, Mr Florian Raemy is an expert in finance, which led him to hold various high-level positions in different contexts.Open pdf file
2015 was a good year for Groupe Mutuel. The number of insured members increased by 34,987 to reach 1,227,332 as at 1 January 2016 (+2.9%). The turnover in health insurance activities increased by 5.6% to reach CHF 4.99 billion. However, due to increasing health costs, low returns in financial markets and adjustments to a number of private supplemental Insurance rates (LCA/VVG), the overall result in health insurance activities was CHF -127.2 million. Within corporate and life insurance activities, business development was successful, which led to excellent results.