Things to know about your pension

Welcome to the Pension Fund
of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland)

New to the Pension Fund

  • Admission
  • Pension model
  • Swiss pension system


Admission to the Pension Fund is a component of your employment contract and takes place when the employment relationship begins.

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Pension model

Upon your retirement you will receive a monthly pension, which may be combined with a lump-sum payout.

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Swiss pension system

The Swiss pension system is based on three pillars: the state, employee benefits and private pension provision.

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  • Residential property
  • Purchasing
  • MyPension

Residential property

Realize your dream of owning your own home using your pension capital.

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You can save tax by making voluntary purchases of pension benefits.

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On MyPension, your personal insurance portal, you will find all the information relevant to your pension.

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About to retire

  • Retirement
  • Pensions
  • Lump sum withdrawal


Plan your retirement at an early stage and make use of your available options.

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There are a range of pensions that may be paid out on retirement.

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Lump sum withdrawal

You may have a portion of your retirement assets paid as a lump sum.

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Estimated performance as of the end of April 2022

The Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland) posted an estimated performance of -1.57% in April 2022. Its overall estimated performance for…

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2021 Annual Report of the Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland)

The Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland) achieved a performance of 9.5% as of the end of 2021 (previous year 6.2%). There was a marked…

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Insurance certificate on MyPension

Your insurance certificate is available to view on the MyPension portal

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Documents and Publications

Pension Regulations

Pension Regulations

Documents and Publications

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