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Securities savings

Securities products improve the chances of higher yields compared to account savings.

Increase the potential returns for your pension funds

If you are not a member of a pension fund for a longer period of time, then your best option is to invest your funds from your occupational pension in securities. With an investment in the securities products of Swisscanto Invest by Zürcher Kantonalbank, you will often realise higher yields in the long term compared to savings accounts. On the other hand, your pension credit balance is also exposed to greater value fluctuations.

Securities savings are suitable for you if you:

  • Wish to systematically increase your private provision.
  • Wish to make use of securities' higher potential returns for your pension funds.

Why securities?

In the context of permitted investment limits, we will manage the bonds, equities, real estate, commodities and precious metals units in accordance with the securities product's passive or active investment strategy. The wide range offered by Swisscanto Invest by Zürcher Kantonalbank makes it possible to find the right solution for your personal investment requirements. Our many years of experience, in conjunction with the conservative legal regulations for pensions, form the basis for good results and also makes an important contribution to you achieving your personal pension goals. 

Our solutions  

Take a look at our investment universe. We offer index-linked and actively managed securities solutions. 

Actively managed solutions

We offer opportunity-oriented investors a wide range of actively managed securities solutions. These are managed, reviewed and continuously adjusted by a portfolio manager - with the goal of beating an existing index (for instance, the SMI). The costs are therefore somewhat higher in this case than for index-linked securities. 

Index-linked solutions

Cost-oriented investors will gain more benefit from our index-linked securities solutions. These emulate an existing index (for example the SMI) which therefore means a lower administrative expense for the portfolio manager. The ongoing costs are therefore lower than for actively managed securities.