Powerful, secure and flexible so you can plan for your future – the benefit payments made by the Architects’ Pension Fund (VwdA) are tailored to architects’ requirements.
Your retirement pension: The VwdA finances its members’ retirement pensions using a process in which each insured person accumulates their pension entitlements for themselves. We offer a range of personalised options to help you start your pension.
Protection from the word “go” – all our members are insured against inability to work from the moment when they start participating in the VwdA.
In addition to their pension, members drawing a retirement pension or disability pension generally receive child allowance for each child up to the age of 18.
Widow’s or widower’s pension
If a participant passes away, their surviving spouse is entitled to a widow’s or widower’s pension, provided that the participant was still married at the time of death.
The children of a deceased participant are entitled to an orphan’s allowance until they are at least 18 years of age.
The Pension Fund of the Chamber of Architects of Baden-Württemberg is a professional pension scheme. Our Statutes do not provide for any services other than those named here (such as subsidies for spa or rehabilitation services, participation in costs for hospitalisation or guarantee of any death benefit).