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SERV is closed on 14 and 15 May 2015

SERV is closed for the Ascension Day weekend on Thursday 14 May and Friday 15 May 2015. Read more


SERV’s 2014 annual report approved

The Federal Council today approved SERV’s 2014 Annual Report. Read more

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Self-learning modules

For an easy access to the knowledge about SERV, our products, conditions and working procedures, we have made available the following self-learning... Read more


Partial revision SERV Act accepted and SERV Ordinance to be adopted

Particulars are available in the following documents (available in German, French and Italian; the links below refer to the German versions): Read more

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Zürich | SERV-Schulung "Vertiefung"

Nach der Veranstaltung kennen Sie die SERV-Produkte im Detail und wissen, welche Produkte sich wie kombinieren lassen. Sie haben gelernt, wie sich Geschäfte mit komplexen Vertragsstrukturen absichern lassen
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Zürich | SERV-Schulung "Vertiefung"

Nach der Veranstaltung kennen Sie die SERV-Produkte im Detail und wissen, welche Produkte sich wie kombinieren lassen. Sie haben gelernt, wie sich Geschäfte mit komplexen Vertragsstrukturen absichern lassen
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SERV insures

What does SERV do?

SERV insures Swiss exports against Glossarypolitical risks and Glossarydel credere risk (economic risk). In other words, we give you, the exporter, the security of knowing that you will be paid for your goods and services. Moreover, our insurance and guarantees help you finance your export transactions and conserve your company's cash. We also advise you on key issues during transactions, including contract drafting.

Apply for an insurance

How do I apply for insurance?

You can only apply for SERV insurance or guarantees through our online application portal. Please note that the information you provide on the application is binding.

Short- or long-term?

How does SERV define short-term and medium- or long-term?

A credit period of less than 24 months is considered short-term. If the credit period is 24 months or more, the transaction is considered medium- or long-term. The credit period covers the period between delivery as contracted and the final agreed instalment payment. It is not affected by the manufacturing period.

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