Medium-term notes

Investment without risk

With medium-term notes, you can invest your money securely. No risk – no fees. All you need is an account with PostFinance.

Note

Medium-term notes cannot currently be concluded.

Medium-term notes: select a term of your choice

  • Fixed rate of interest for the whole term

  • Term to maturity of anything from two to ten years

  • Invest without risks and expenses

  • No custody account fees

  • Current interest rates

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years
    CHF
    EUR
    Term to maturity: 2–10 years

    2 years

    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years3 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years4 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years5 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years6 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years7 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years8 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years9 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Term to maturity: 2–10 years10 years
    CHF

    0.00%

    EUR

    0.00%

    Applicable to amounts of up to CHF 500,000/EUR 400,000 per customer (interest rates for larger amounts on request)

    Please note: no agreements may be concluded for maturities with 0% interest.

  • Prices

    Investment
    CHF
    EUR
    Investment

    Minimum investment

    CHF

    CHF 5,000

    EUR

    EUR 3,000

    Investment

    Larger investments

    CHF

    Divisible by CHF 1,000

    EUR

    Divisible by EUR 500

    Conditions

    Custody account fees
    None

    Purchase

    Free of charge

    Interest payment

    Annual (less 35% withholding tax on the interest payment)

    Redemption
    Free of charge
    • The interest is credited to the investor’s account on an annual basis
    • The capital and interest from the past year are transferred to the investor’s account at the end of the maturity period
    • Prior to maturity, you will be made an offer to renew at the current rate of interest

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