Board of Trustees and CommitteesBoard of Trustees elections 2020
Board of Trustees elections 2020
Apply now for the position of employee representative for the Board of Trustees of the Pension Fund.
Every four years, employees insured with the Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland) elect their next employee representatives for the Board of Trustees.
As a member of the Board of Trustees, you will fulfill an important and exciting role. You will address strategic issues relating to pension provision and represent the interests of the insured. Working as part of an expert committee, you will be responsible for the overall management of the Pension Fund. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to the work of various boards and committees that are aligned with your specific interests and skills. If you would like to take up this extraordinary and worthwhile challenge, act now by applying to become a member of the Board of Trustees of the Pension Fund.
The nomination process is now open and will end on October 9, 2020.
The vote will take place between November 2 and November 15, 2020 on the MyPension portal.
Further documentation about election to the Board of Trustees can be found here:
Board of Trustees information sheet
This document provides an overview of the Board of Trustees and its tasks.
Candidates for election to the Board of Trustees must submit at least 20 signed nomination papers per candidacy by October 9, 2020. Those signing the papers must belong to the same constituency and be insured with the same pension fund.
In addition to being included in the Pension Fund pension capital savings plan, insured with a salary in excess of CHF 127,980 are also insured with the Pension Fund 2 retirement capital savings plan and are eligible to vote.
Nomination paper: Pension Fund – pension capital savings
Nomination paper: Pension Fund 2 – retirement capital savings
This brief profile gives you the opportunity to explain to your constituents why you are a good candidate to join the Board of Trustees. The profile is part of the nomination process.
Each insured is assigned to a specific constituency. Assignment to constituencies 1 and 2 is based on office address and assignment to constituency 3 is based on the legal entity of the insured.
Constituency 1: Credit Suisse (Switzerland) Ltd. and Credit Suisse AG, German-speaking Switzerland
Constituency 2: Credit Suisse (Switzerland) Ltd. and Credit Suisse AG, French-speaking and Italian-speaking Switzerland
Constituency 3: Other affiliated companies
Additional information about election to the Board of Trustees can be found in the election regulations.
Election regulations: Pension Fund – pension capital savings
Election regulations: Pension Fund – retirement capital savings