Bonds first or Equity first?

So I’m currently in the process of a 4 year plan to fill up my pension fund before retirement.

I have 2 choices:

  1. Fill up the standard pillar 2 first (which grows maybe 1%-2% each year)
  2. Fill up the 1e account first which has an equity-like return (invested in UBS funds with no choice on funds)

Assuming I have 3x the ‘capacity’ to place into pillar 2 vs the 1e, which year would you fill out the 1e account? Funds for the contribution will either be earned ‘in year’ or taken from USD bond holdings.

Potential strategies:

  1. Fill 1e first
  2. Wait each year and fill 1e or 2 depending on if there is a stock market crash
  3. Fill pillar 2 first
  4. Fill each year 1/4, 3/4 in proportion to capacity