Retirement funds PostFinance Pension 25

PostFinance Pension 25 (Security number 1,205,626)

The fund invests in money market investments, bonds, equities and commodities around the world, as well as in Swiss real estate. The strategic equity component stands at 25%, with 4% each invested in real estate and commodities respectively. The foreign currency portion stands at around 12%. The fund is passively managed, i.e. it tracks a benchmark index. As a result, investors benefit from low fund costs and a performance that closely reflects that of the benchmark index. The fund is rebalanced back to its original weighting once a month. The only authorised investments are assets from occupational pension and tied retirement savings schemes in Switzerland (pillar 2 and pillar 3a).

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Funds category: Provident funds

Price: CHF 122.50 (10.10.2019)

Funds performance since 01.01.2019:
7.41% (10.10.2019)

Morningstar Rating™
4 of 5 possible stars
  • Fund structure by investment instrument in %

    66.13% Bonds, 25.12% Equities, 4.01% Real Estate, 3.97% Commodities , 0.77% Money Market
    1. 66.13% Bonds
    2. 25.12% Equities
    3. 4.01% Real Estate
    4. 3.97% Commodities
    5. 0.77% Money Market

    Performance previous month

    These figures refer to the past. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The performance shown does not take account of any commissions and costs charged when subscribing to units.

    ¹As part of the realignment of the PostFinance fund offering, this fund's investment policy was revised with effect from 4.8.2008 and from 1.2.2013.
    Zeit Funds Benchmark¹
    [Zeit] YTD (01.01.2019 - 10.10.2019) Funds 7.41 Benchmark¹ n.a
    [Zeit] 2018 Funds -3.37 Benchmark¹ -2.67
    [Zeit] 2017 Funds 4.21 Benchmark¹ 5.16
    [Zeit] 2016 Funds 1.62 Benchmark¹ 2.94
    [Zeit] Ø from the last 3 years Funds 2.50 Benchmark¹ 3.56
    [Zeit] Ø from the last 5 years Funds 2.28 Benchmark¹ 3.20
    [Zeit] Ø from the last 10 years Funds 3.01 Benchmark¹ 3.85
    [Zeit] Ø since inception Funds 2.38 Benchmark¹ n.a
    [Zeit] Inception date Funds 31.05.2001 Benchmark¹
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  • Fund features

    Fund domicile Switzerland
    [Fund domicile] Fund management Switzerland UBS Fund Management (Switzerland) AG
    [Fund domicile] Fund Management Switzerland UBS Asset Management
    [Fund domicile] Custodian Bank Switzerland UBS Switzerland AG
    [Fund domicile] Currency of account Switzerland CHF
    [Fund domicile] Daily order entry till Switzerland 10:00 Time
    [Fund domicile] Financial year ends Switzerland End of March
    [Fund domicile] Distribution Switzerland No
    [Fund domicile] Last dividend on Switzerland 05.06.2014
    [Fund domicile] Swinging Single Pricing Switzerland Yes
    [Fund domicile] Subject to withholding tax Switzerland No
    [Fund domicile] Taxable value in CHF (n.a) Switzerland n.a
    [Fund domicile] Taxable income year (n.a) Switzerland n.a
    [Fund domicile] Annual fees Total Expense Ratio (TER) as of (31.03.2019) Switzerland 0.87%
    [Fund domicile] Benchmark Switzerland PostFinance Pension 25 mixed index
    [Fund domicile] Fund’s assets in mn. CHF Switzerland 316.40
    [Fund domicile] High last 12 months (daily price) from (09.09.2019) Switzerland 123.57
    [Fund domicile] Low 12 months (daily price) from (27.12.2018) Switzerland 113.75

    The 10 largest equity positions

    Roche 1.20
    Nestle 1.10
    Novartis 1.10
    Zurich 1.04
    Swiss RE 0.56
    UBS 0.56
    ABB 0.54
    Credit Suisse 0.53
    Alcon 0.52
    Richemont 0.51

    Key figures

    Modified Duration 4.59
    Average maturity in years n.a
    Sharpe Ratio (3 years) 1.11
    Risk-Free Rate (3 years) -0.80


    2 years 3.31
    3 years 3.00
    5 years 3.21
  • Report of the portfolio manager - 2 quarter 2019

    After a very strong first quarter, equity markets continued the positive trend in the second quarter. The flare-up of the trade dispute between the US and China resulted in increased selling activity on the equity markets in May. This partly resulted in a correction in the higher single-digit percentage range. But in June, equity markets received support from the central banks which led prices to rise again. Global equities in CHF (+1.8%) and Swiss equities (+6.5%) performed positively, but emerging market equities in CHF (-1.50%) performed negatively. Domestic and foreign CHF bonds were up over all maturities. CHF-hedged global bonds also made a positive contribution. While Swiss real estate (+4.2%) also generated a positive return, commodities (-2.3%) detracted from performance.

    Performance in CHF

    These figures refer to the past. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The performance shown does not take account of any commissions and costs charged when subscribing to units.

  • This document is an advertisement from PostFinance Ltd. PostFinance Fonds shall be governed by swiss law. Prospectuses, KIID, the management regulations as well as annual and semi-annual reports are available free of charge from the PostFinance Operations Center and any PostFinance branch or from UBS Fund Management (Switzerland) AG, P.O. Box, CH-4002 Basel. All Swiss Post branches, PostFinance branches and PostFinance client services accept subscription and redemption orders. Before investing in a product please read the latest prospectus carefully and thoroughly. None of the funds offered by PostFinance Ltd may be offered, sold or supplied within the USA, or to persons who are US citizens, are resident in the USA, or are required to pay taxes in the USA. PostFinance does not sell funds to persons who are resident outside of Switzerland. In such countries, PostFinance Funds are not offered and are therefore not available. The information mentioned herein is not intended to be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any securities or related financial instruments. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The performance shown does not take account of any commissions and costs charged when subscribing to units. Commissions and costs have a negative impact on performance. This information pays no regard to the specific or future investment objectives, financial or tax situation or particular needs of any specific recipient. Credit notice for Lipper Fund Award: From Thomson Reuters Lipper Awards, © 2017 Thomson Reuters. All rights reserved. Used by permission and protected by the Copyright Laws of the United States. The printing, copying, redistribution, or retransmission of this Content without express written permission is prohibited.