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The right solution ensures a significant increase in your pension

Choose an SEB pension solution which corresponds to your age so that the savings accumulated for retirement would be managed effectively. For an optimal return on investment, younger people are advised to invest more heavily in stocks and shares, whereas those nearing retirement age should invest more in bonds and less in stocks. In other words, a shorter period for saving means choosing lower-risk investments and selecting the preferred level of risk.
We will help you find the best options for saving and inform you when you should make changes in your investments. 

2% of your gross salary is paid into the second pension pillar and the state adds a further 4% from your social tax.
Contributions are made automatically from your social tax payments, provided you work and are saving for retirement through the second pension pillar.
The contributions are invested to create savings. It is essential to pick a responsible pension plan provider and a solution that suits you the best.
When you retire, you can withdraw funds from your second pension pillar under favourable conditions and use it as desired. The applicable terms and conditions depend on the disbursement solution that you selected. The assets collected are heritable.

Please choose according to your age:

It is important to have the selected pension plan conform to the number of years left until your retirement and the preferred investment strategy.
Compare all of SEB’s second-pillar funds

Pension disbursement

You can withdraw assets saved in the second pension pillar at a time convenient for you. The best option is to start using it only once you have reached retirement age; in this case, an income tax credit or income tax exemption apply to you.
The payout method depends on your age and how you want to use your savings. There are a number of disbursement methods. If you wish, you can combine various options.

You can check your second pension pillar balance in the Internet Bank or on your Pension Centre account.

  • All funds can be withdrawn as a one-time disbursement. Once you reach retirement age, you are liable to pay 10% of income tax.
  • Fixed-term disbursement from your pension fund while still investing the remaining amount in your pension account.
  • Lifetime pension – a contract with an insurance company that will start paying you a pension regularly and will do so for the rest of your life.

You can withdraw assets saved in the second pension pillar at a time convenient for you. The best option is to start using it only once you have reached retirement age; in this case, an income tax credit or income tax exemption apply to you.
The payout method depends on your age and how you want to use your savings. There are a number of disbursement methods. If you wish, you can combine various options.

You can check your second pension pillar balance in the Internet Bank or on your Pension Centre account.

Price list

1. Choice application for the II pillar pension fund  
over the counter or in the SEB Internet Bank free of charge
under power-of-attorney EUR 4.79
2. Application for exchanging the II pillar pension fund units  
over the counter or in the SEB Internet Bank free of charge
under power-of-attorney EUR 6.39
3. Securities account statement (1)  
over the counter EUR 1.28
SEB Internet Bank free of charge
annual securities account statement of Baltic Central Securities Depository by regular mail free of charge
4. Summary statement of pension account (1)  
over the counter EUR 1.28
5. Certificate of Income Tax  
over the counter EUR 1.28
6. Succession application  
resale of inherited fund units EUR 22.37
transfer of inherited fund units to the successor's pension account EUR 6.39
resale of inherited fund units and transfer to the successor's pension account EUR 22.37
7. Payout applications Bank office SEB Internet Bank
application for single payout EUR 4.79 EUR 3.52
funded pension application EUR 6.39 EUR 5.11
8. Application for exemption from payment of mandatory funded pension contributions EUR 5 free of charge
9. Application for withdrawal of money from the mandatory funded pension EUR 15 EUR 7
10. Application for payment of mandatory funded pension contributions free of charge free of charge
11. Application for cancellation of an application free of charge free of charge

(1) According to Value Added Tax Act VAT 20 % will be added to the service fee

Do you need advice regarding your pension?

  • Our professional team will help to find a suitable solution for you. In order to consult an expert, you can register for a video meeting, a phone consultation, or meet at an SEB branch office – whichever suits you best!