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Peter Merian-Weg 4
Sympany is paying back more than CHF 33 million to policyholders
After Sympany repaid CHF 23.3 million to policyholders with a supplementary hospital insurance policy back in May, surpluses will now be paid out in basic insurance: In October, around 63,000 customers will receive a total of CHF 9.8 million back. The reason for this refund is that the cost of medical treatment over the past year was much lower than expected in ten cantons.
Sympany is paying CHF 23 million back to its policyholders
Due to the coronavirus, hospitals were unable to perform many planned operations last year. This led to a significant drop in the costs of supplementary hospital insurance. Health insurance provider Sympany is therefore paying back surpluses to its customers with various supplementary hospital insurance policies, amounting to a total of CHF 23 million.
Sympany achieves excellent annual results and pays back surpluses to policyholders
As a fair and reliable insurance provider, Sympany focused its efforts in 2020 – a year heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic – on providing optimal support for its customers. This focus has been carried over into 2021 too. Once again, one of the steps Sympany plans to take is to pay back surpluses to its policyholders – with more than CHF 23 million available from supplementary hospital insurance alone.
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