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Health insurers: Pension scheme

November 17 2021

As previously reported in the newsletters, a new pension scheme will come into effect on 1 January 2022. Time to get more information about this from the SBZ pension fund.

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Education and Outreach

SBZ Pensioen is happy to explain to you personally what your new scheme will look like. On Wednesday 17 and Thursday 25 November, the SBZ is organizing an online information meeting from 16:00 PM to 17:30 PM.

The agenda for the meeting is as follows:

  • Why a new arrangement?
  • What does the new arrangement look like?
  • Determine how we invest for you as a participant
  • The main differences between the old and new scheme
  • What will happen to your old scheme?
  • What is your position as a participant?

Here you also have the opportunity to ask questions about the new scheme. you can you here digitally register for these meetings.

If you are 55 or older, you may have already received the digital newsletter ''Almost retired'' from SBZ.

The content of this newsletter is about:

  • Know what you can; your income will soon come from various sources.
  • Make your choices; what is the best pension for you?
  • Retired, then what?

If you do not receive the newsletters from SBZ, you can register for them via the website of SBZ. Of course you can find much more pension information there.


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Do you have any questions after reading this newsletter or would you like to give our representative Emanuel Geurts something to say? Please contact him via or call 06-5252 2074. If you have an individual case, the Service Center colleagues will be happy to assist you. You can reach them via or via 0345-851 963.





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