Please note that we no longer offer this product. The content shown here applies only to existing customers and provides information on the current index performance.

Types of insurance

  • Swiss Life FlexSave Invest is a traditional life insurance product with index participation in either pillar 3a or pillar 3b. Ideal for self-determined occupational provisions.

Your premiums

  • Single premium in CHF, minimum premium CHF 50 000 (plus stamp duty in pillar 3b)

In the event of survival

  • Guaranteed endowment sum plus accumulated participation gains and bonuses

In the event of death

  • Guaranteed lump-sum death benefit plus accumulated participation gains and bonuses

Loans

  • Possible in pillar 3b

Beneficiary designation

  • Pillar 3b: at your discretion
  • Pillar 3a: set by law

Early withdrawal 

  • Possible in pillar 3a

Pledging

  • Possible (restricted by law in pillar 3a)

Additional payments

  • Not possible

Tax advantages

Pillar 3a:

  • In the event of survival or death: the lump-sum benefit is treated separately from other income and taxed at a reduced rate of income tax.
  • During the contract term: no income or wealth tax
  • Premiums can be deducted from taxable income up to the statutory maximum amount.

Pillar 3b:

  • In the event of survival or death: no income tax
  • During the contract term: wealth tax on the surrender value

Other advantages:

  • Inheritance and bankruptcy privileges
  • Guaranteed benefits on surrender
  • Your entitlements are always fully protected by the tied assets Swiss Life is legally required to set aside. These are subject to strict controls by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority FINMA.

See your detailed statement for the participation code relevant to your contract

The key period for participation is from 1 February until 31 January of the following year. At the end of a participation year, the current level of each index in the index basket is compared with the level at the beginning of the participation year. If the level is higher at the end of a participation year than at the beginning, this results in a positive amount for the index participation. 

The individual positive amounts are added together in accordance with their weighting in the index basket to determine the index basket’s performance. If an index does not achieve a positive performance, it is valued at zero.

The qualifying annual index performance for the individual indices is capped. This value depends on the market environment and can be adjusted annually as at the participation key date.

For the period from 1 February 2022 to 31 January 2023, the maximum qualifying annual index performance is 2.19%.

The index basket is composed as follows during this period:
SMI: 20% / S&P 500: 20% / EuroStoxx 50: 20% / Nikkei: 20% / FTSE 100: 20%

The key period for participation is from 1 February until 31 January of the following year. At the end of a participation year, the current level of each index in the index basket is compared with the level at the beginning of the participation year. If the level is higher at the end of a participation year than at the beginning, this results in a positive amount for the index participation.

The individual positive amounts are added together in accordance with their weighting in the index basket to determine the index basket’s performance. If an index does not achieve a positive performance, it is valued at zero.

The qualifying annual index performance for the individual indices is capped. This value depends on the market environment and can be adjusted annually as at the participation key date.

For the period from 1 February 2022 to 31 January 2023, the maximum qualifying annual index performance is 2.28%.

The index basket is composed as follows during this period:
SMI: 20% / S&P 500: 20% / EuroStoxx 50: 20% / Nikkei: 20% / FTSE 100: 20%

The key period for participation is from 1 February until 31 January of the following year. At the end of a participation year, the current level of each index in the index basket is compared with the level at the beginning of the participation year. If the level is higher at the end of a participation year than at the beginning, this results in a positive amount for the index participation.

The individual positive amounts are added together in accordance with their weighting in the index basket to determine the index basket’s performance. If an index does not achieve a positive performance, it is valued at zero.

With Swiss Life FlexSave you participate in the positive development of the index basket which comprises renowned indices. The qualifying annual index performance for the individual indices is capped. This value depends on the market environment and can be adjusted annually as at the participation key date.

For the period from 1 February 2022 to 31 January 2023, the maximum qualifying annual index performance is 2.50%. 

The index basket is composed as follows during this period:
SMI: 20% / S&P 500: 20% / EuroStoxx 50: 20% / Nikkei: 20% / FTSE 100: 20%

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