Fédération des Entreprises Romandes Genève

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Fédération des Entreprises Romandes Genève (FER Genève)
Formation 1929
Type Union of employers
Headquarters 98, rue de Saint-Jean, 1201 Genève
General Director
Blaise Matthey
Website [1]

The Fédération des Entreprises Romandes Genève (FER Genève) is a Swiss (Romand designates Swiss cantons where people speak French) employer’s organization based in Geneva, Switzerland. It groups 27 000 members, including multinational corporations as well as 9000 independent workers and 80 trade associations. It is involved in negotiations with the trade unions, political lobbying and the provision of services and business networking opportunities for its members.[1][2]

The FER Genève operates two institutions active in the Swiss pension system: CIAM-AVS (active in the first pillar of the system) and the CIEPP (active in the second pillar).[3]


  1. ^ Eric Rabbath, « La Fédération des syndicats patronaux à Genève va changer de nom », L’AGEFI, 17 september 2003
  2. ^ Serge Guertchakoff, « La Fédération des syndicats patronaux change de nom », La Tribune de Genève, 17 march 2003
  3. ^ "FER Genève" (in French). Secure1.fer-ge.ch. Retrieved 2014-01-09.

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