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Legal form / Internal organization

The SFAMA is an association as defined under Art. 60ff. of the Swiss Civil Code (CC). The rights and obligations of the members and the association's bodies, as well as the purpose of the association, are regulated in the Articles of Association.

The internal organization is defined in the Organizational Regulations. These regulations cover in particular the competencies of the association's bodies and form the basis for the smooth running of the association.

Organizational chart

The SFAMA has a streamlined organizational structure and a flat hierarchy. Instead of permanent specialist committees, the Board of Directors appoints ad hoc working groups to support the Executive Board in specifically defined tasks.

This structure ensures a high level of efficiency, which allows limited resources to be allocated strategically to find solutions to specific issues in the interests of the SFAMA's members. This approach has proven to be very effective.

Organizational chart