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  1. Webcast on the introduction of 1e savings plans

    There will be a live webcast on August 22, 2019, in which Martin Wagner, Manager of the Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland), will provide more details on the features of the new 1e savings plan and its introduction.

  2. Change to the Board of Trustees of the Pension Fund

    Following the departure of Jean-Noël Granges from the Board of Trustees, Mr. Stéphane Che will replace him on the Board of Trustees of Pension Fund 1 and Pension Fund 2. Stéphane Che is a portfolio manager for institutional clients in Geneva. He will take up office on August 1, 2019.

  3. 2018 Annual Report of the Pension Fund

    Against the backdrop of a difficult market environment, the Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland) achieved a performance of -2.2% as of the end of 2018 (previous year: 9%). The coverage ratio fell slightly from 115.6% to 112.1%.

  4. Insurance certificate from the Pension Fund on MyPension

    Your insurance certificate from the Pension Fund is available for download on your insurance portal MyPension. The certificate shows your individual pension benefits.

  5. Introduction of 1e savings plans and improvement of death and disability benefits in January 2020

    The Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland) will introduce 1e retirement capital savings in January 2020. This savings plan gives insured with a gross salary subject to AHV contributions of more than CHF 127,980 the opportunity to codetermine the investment strategy that is used to invest their pension assets. At the same time, death and disability benefits will be improved for all insured.

  6. Your account statements from the Pension Fund are now available on MyPension

    The individual account statements from the Pension Fund show all transactions in the past year relating to the pension capital and retirement capital pension pots, such as personal payments into the Pension Fund, your savings contributions and those of the employer, and the interest paid.

  7. Interest rates and new Pension Fund regulations

    The interest rate for Pension Fund assets is 1.25% for 2018.

    From 2019, a five-year period will apply to cohabiting partner's and surviving spouse's pensions.

  8. Set Your Contribution Option for 2019

    The Pension Fund of Credit Suisse Group (Switzerland) offers you the opportunity each year to choose the amount of your savings contributions within a pre-defined framework. Take advantage of this flexibility and set your desired contribution option in MyPension by no later than December 1.

  9. Pension Fund insurance certificates and individual account statements from previous years available only until the end of 2018

    You have access to your insurance certificates and account statements from previous years in MyHR > Employee Self Service until the end of December 2018. After that time, only the more recent documents will be available on the MyPension portal.

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