Pension Fund

A pension fund is an investment fund which provides its shareholders with a regular income or “pension” after they reach a certain age.

In Switzerland, the term “pension fund” is used more specifically to refer to legal entities which invest pillar 2 occupational pension savings on behalf of employers and employees.

All employees in Switzerland who earn a salary of 21,150 francs per annum or more are required to participate in a pension fund of their employer’s choice.

More on this topic:
Swiss Pension Fund Comparison
Vested Benefits Account Comparison

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