Pioneering pension solutions

Reichmuth & Co is one of the pioneers of non-mandatory pension solutions in Switzerland. We are by our clients’ side with our more than 20 years of expertise in finance and pensions.

OUR PENSION SOLUTIONS

Innovative management retirement provision

Thanks to our splitting of occupational benefits provision into a basic pension fund and a management pension fund, we can diversify our investments in the second pillar.

  • Investment strategy can be determined by the client
  • Tailor-made investment strategy
  • Tax optimisation

«As an innovative and digitally savvy employer, we wanted to offer our employees a modern pension solution. Today, this is an asset when it comes to recruiting new talent.»

Flexible vested benefit solutions

Vested benefits arise in the event of an interruption of employment, a change of employer, the transfer of a divorce settlement or permanent relocation abroad. How you profit from our vested benefit solutions:

  • Harmonisation with private assets
  • Transparent
  • Tailor-made

«We decided to use our occupational benefits account to finance our mortgage. This interesting option allows us to take advantage of deductible interest payments which will ultimately flow back into our pension assets.»

Retirement and pension planning

Retirement planning is and remains one of the core pillars of our life cycle. We would be happy to advise you throughout all stages of your life to help you preserve your wealth over generations.

  • Career start
  • Asset accumulation
  • Pension planning
  • Asset transfer

«Thanks to early pension planning, I now have a clear overview of the things I have to do to optimise my finances for my impending retirement. That makes me feel secure and at ease.»

News

25 years Reichmuth Pilatus

Our Reichmuth Pilatus fund celebrates its 25th anniversary. We had the pleasure of welcoming around 100 guests to the anniversary. Speakers from companies we know well gave interesting and informative insights into their current environment.

Video Market Outlook 2nd Quarter 2022

With the war in Ukraine and the sharp sanctions imposed by the West, inflationary pressure has increased once again due to rising commodity prices. The West’s sanctions are even so far-reaching that Russia’s central bank reserves have also been frozen. China has not taken a clear position, which raises questions about the future world order.

Brief update Ukraine conflict

With the start of military action in Ukraine, the crisis has reached a new level of escalation. The stock markets reacted with significant declines. The oil price continues to rise, threatening a stagflationary environment for Europe in particular.