Starting a new thread, sorry if I missed another one, because the search function doesn’t allow very short search strings (‘1e’).
Question: Has anyone experience with 1e pension schemes?
In my understanding, this short 1e name refers to the modified 2nd pillar act no.2 in October 2017 (FedLex in German and French; press release in German and French) and gives more flexible pension scheme options to those with annual income between 129k and 860k. Of course, this won’t apply to everyone but there are quite a few high earners on this blog.
I just discovered that my employer is part of the contracting institutions working with finpension 1e Collective Foundation (listed in the References section). Given the reputation of finpension for their vested benefits (see many other posts), this picked my interest. To me this looks a bit like some schemes in the US.
Is it worth looking into this to increase the yield (and risk) of the extra-mandatory 2nd pillar?
Has any past experience to share (service, getting in and out, fees)?