Covid-19 credits

On this page you will find information and data related to Covid-19 bridging credits.

Covid-19 bridging credits overview

The table below provides an overview of Covid-19 credits granted, Covid-19 bridging credits that have been fully repaid to date, the Covid-19 bridging credits with amounts honored to date and, as a result, the Covid-19 bridging credits that are still outstanding. Further information on these figures can be found in the sections of this website below.

Covid-19 bridging credits overview

 Credit typeNumber of creditsAverage amount
in CHF
Granted credit
volume in CHF
Granted
Covid-19 credits
Covid-19 credits
up to CHF 500'000
136'737101'77313'916'098'616
Covid-19 credit plus1'1332'647'7682'999'921'171
Total137'870122'69516'916'019'787
Fully repaid
Covid-19 credits
Covid-19 credits
up to CHF 500'000
46'207140'6696'499'907'943
Covid-19 credit plus6292'936'8061'847'251'243
Total46'836178'2218'347'159'186
Covid-19 credits
with honored volume
Covid-19 credits
up to CHF 500'000
15'01872'3431'086'442'102
Covid-19 credit plus262'731'61071'021'867
Total15'04476'9391'157'463'969

Total current Covid-19 credits

75'990

97'531

7'411'396'632

Note: The figures for Covid-19 credits plus and the respective totals are based on the total amount of credit granted and not only the 85% share guaranteed by the federal government.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Covid-19 bridging credits overview by canton

CantonGranted Covid-19 creditsFully repaid Covid-19 creditsCovid-19 credits with honored volume
NumberAmount granted in CHFNumberAmount granted in CHFNumberAmount granted in CHFAmount honored in CHF
AG7'945949'566'2342'806488'295'18598075'811'09170'086'235
AI18924'103'96110717'938'562221'171'3581'110'659
AR72586'899'03725148'856'5531187'451'4246'800'582
BE12'2221'572'052'4974'504820'112'1231'08166'310'61959'703'187
BL3'601435'852'6931'290218'600'19637335'346'15631'928'630
BS3'374486'196'4071'017205'584'54948558'589'90549'095'543
FR4'770575'583'3041'767294'420'32746232'831'12230'583'549
GE10'9081'366'550'7312'997614'452'6271'286101'309'37090'490'241
GL45274'908'35115548'294'594502'915'1282'740'422
GR3'229388'940'2441'295199'826'71324512'679'34611'346'799
JU1'244157'022'90837987'870'106965'914'7845'546'277
LU5'416737'718'1012'006401'196'28061147'582'26042'568'244
NE2'743321'693'5011'035171'175'31222215'797'77714'240'656
NW64081'646'55126645'502'937564'614'0144'476'502
OW51173'679'07620831'145'001433'739'1453'310'699
SG6'556803'447'4822'343443'607'00374343'205'71139'362'873
SH1'071125'134'89543561'703'0871018'532'1066'205'217
SO3'339387'258'1271'095201'343'98938724'233'74322'638'379
SZ3'035369'717'3051'144173'543'16637833'550'14130'838'543
TG3'429429'662'4721'128203'969'49440129'704'15227'965'849
TI12'5711'368'982'1533'795610'958'9851'17687'110'76681'161'865
UR31459'844'33712920'417'923343'978'7333'612'991
VD15'5581'808'668'8545'010864'012'9731'571119'225'788106'436'561
VS6'433703'587'8872'331335'727'93247828'400'57225'814'901
ZG4'226647'939'5491'572321'115'60263475'138'41068'638'220
ZH23'3692'879'363'1307'7711'416'948'9673'011232'320'349211'009'967
Total137’87016'916'019'78746'8368'347'159'18615'0441'157'463'9691'047'713'590

Last updated: 28.02.2024

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Partially repaid Covid-19 bridging credits

The table below provides an overview of the amortisation payments made, e.g. the portion of the Covid-19 bridging credits partially repaid by the borrowers as the result of an amortisation plan. In accordance with Art. 11 of the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsgesetzes (in German), the lenders are to inform the loan guarantee cooperatives biannually (at the end of March and at the end of September, respectively) as to the current state of the amortisations. The concrete form that the amortisation plan takes is determined by the company and the banks.

Amortisation payments made as of 30.09.2023
Portion of outstanding credits as of 30.09.2023
NumberVolume in CHFNumberVolume in CHF
Amortisation payments made78’6282’110’722’90398.8%27.2%

Last updated: September 2023

Fully repaid Covid-19 bridging credits

The tables below show the fully repaid Covid-19 bridging credits by year and by sector. After a full repayment, the corresponding guarantee organizations are released from the Covid-19 solidarity guarantee by the lenders. Partial repayments without guarantee exoneration are not shown in the table below.

Fully repaid Covid-19 bridging credits by year

 Number of creditsAverage repaid
amount in CHF
Repaid amounts
in CHF
20208'386222'9551'869'698'050
202115'119211'5503'198'426'781
202211'569152'2731'761'642'521
202311'166130'7971'460'474'340
202459695'49956'917'495
Total46'836178'2218'347'159'186

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Fully repaid Covid-19 bridging credits by sectors

 Number
of credits
Average repaid
amount in CHF
Repaid amounts
in CHF
Share of the
total repaid
volume
Share of the
sector’s granted
credit volume
Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G46)3'143285'588897'602'93311%54%
Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G47)4'089160'013654'292'8448%48%
Specialised construction activities (F43)3'593175'122629'211'1588%42%
Human health activities (Q86)3'749142'824535'447'8656%64%
Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G45)1'896242'799460'347'1236%44%
Food and beverage service activities (I56)3'95095'618377'690'7865%34%
Architectural and engineering activities; technical testing and analysis (M71)1'779151'307269'175'6003%55%
Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment (C25)915281'158257'259'1723%53%
Construction of buildings (I55)1'320193'174254'289'6413%49%
Computer programming, consultancy and related activities (J62)1'338180'474241'474'6973%56%
All other sectors *21'064178'9633'769'666'76745%51%
Total46'836178'2218'347'159'186100%49%

*The Federal Statistical Office (FSO) publishes a list of all sectors (2-digit NOGA codes) on its website.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Honoring on guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging credits

The following tables provide information on the honoring of guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging loan programme, by year, by banking group and by sector. These are Covid-19 briding loans for which the banks have drawn down the guarantee. With the transfer of the honored amount from the guarantee organisations to the banks, the claims against the borrowers are transferred to the guarantee organisations. The honored amount may differ from the credit volume granted, as the banks only call on the guarantee for the portion of the loan that the borrowers have used. Reported here are the guarantees as reported by the guarantee organisations, which may differ from federal expenditures as stated in the government financial statements due to differences in the timing of the accounting entries.

Honoring on guarantees by year

 Number of creditsAverage honored
amount in CHF
Honored amounts
in CHF
Credit volume
granted in CHF
202066582'63854'954'37762'806'899
20212'89878'506227'509'634246'966'168
20225'49165'845361'557'042378'560'852
20235'53167'816375'091'243430'837'351
202445962'31228'601'29438'292'700
Total15'04469'6431'047'713'5901'157'463'969

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Honoring on guarantees by banking group

 Number of creditsAverage honored
amount in CHF
Honored amounts
in CHF
Share of the total
honored volume
Big banks *5'10386'098439'360'63342%
Cantonal banks3'63268'400248'427'74324%
PostFinance2'97348'703144'794'70314%
Raiffeisen banks2'04458'574119'724'66011%
Other banking institutions1'29273'84495'405'8529%
Total15'04469'6431'044'110'325100%

* Credit Suisse and UBS

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Honoring on guarantees by sectors

 Number of creditsAverage honored amount in CHFHonored amounts in CHFShare of the total
honored
volume
Share of the
sector’s granted
credit volume
Specialised construction activities (F43)2'35873'737173'872'81617%12%
Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles
and motorcycles (G46)
902113'330102'223'74710%6%
Food and beverage service activities (I56)2'12144'59094'575'5449%8%
Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and
motorcycles (G47)
1'15275'71687'225'2958%6%
Construction of buildings (F41)84793'71579'376'4878%15%
Wholesale and retail trade and repair of
motor vehicles and motorcycles (G45)
54879'94043'806'8814%4%
Activities of head offices; management
consultancy activities (M70)
54759'80832'714'8613%10%
Real estate activities (L68)34689'47530'958'4523%10%
Activities auxiliary to financial services and insurance activities (K66)40672'09429'269'9973%15%
Architectural and engineering activities; technical testing and analysis (M71)34484'79629'169'8123%6%
All other sectors *5'47362'949344'519'69833%4%
Total15'04469'6431'047'713'590100%6%

*The Federal Statistical Office (FSO) publishes a list of all sectors (2-digit NOGA codes) on its website.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Receivables management after honoring of guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging credits

The following table provides information on the receivables management of the honored guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging credits. After the guarantee has been honored, the outstanding receivables from the respective Covid 19 bridging credit are transferred from the lending bank to the guarantee organization for receivables management. In the course of the receivables management, the guarantee organizations take all necessary precautions to recover outstanding receivables (recoveries). The receivables management is discontinued if either the entire outstanding amount has been recovered or no further recoveries are possible (uncollectible receivables). In the case of uncollectible receivables, a distinction is made between guarantees for which it was possible to recover part of the amount honored (partial loss) and those for which it was not possible to generate any recoveries (total loss). Reasons for incurring uncollectible receivables after honoring guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging credits are: The borrower is a dissolved or bankrupt corporation. The borrower is deceased.1

Overview of receivables management

Number Amount granted
in CHF
Amount honored
in CHF
Recoveries
in CHF
Uncollectible
amounts receivable
in CHF 2
Receivables
management
discontinued
with ​recoveries
(100% repaid) 3
33020'819'47115'140'94415'130'5680
with ​recoveries
(partial loss)
49138'182'30835'245'6813'740'66131'505'020
without ​recoveries
(total loss)
1'14665'655'02856'142'46056'142'463
Total cases
with discontinued receivables
management
1'967121'656'807106'529'08818'871'22887'647'483
Receivables management ongoing13'0771'035'807'162941'184'50329'854'5380
Total15'0441'157'463'9691'047'713'59048'725'76687'647'483

Last updated: 28.02.2024

1 In cases of bankruptcy and decease, uncollectible receivables may arise due to a lack of assets or because a loss certificate issued to the guarantee organization cannot be further managed.

2 The uncollectible receivables amounts are calculated from the honored guarantee volume less the recoveries.

3 In cases of abuse under the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsverordnung and the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsgesetz, recoveries can exceed the amount honored due to interests on late payments and damage interests.

Receivables management: recoveries by year

The table below provides information on guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging credits honored in the year indicated, for which recoveries have resulted to date.

 Number of
guarantees honored
with recoveries
Recoveries in CHFHonored amounts in CHFShare of recoveries
of amounts honored
20202166'149'03718'027'94834%
202168218'027'71149'441'84936%
20221'02915'004'67863'304'20224%
20237119'491'53055'765'35517%
20242652'8101'669'8713%
Total2'66448'725'766188'209'22526%

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Federal provisions

The table below provides an overview of the honoring of guarantees expected in the future. These estimates are updated annually. As of the end of 2022, the federal government has recognised provisions for CHF 1.1 billion for future honoring of guarantees until the end of the programme. Actual losses can only be determined after the end of the bridging loan programme and after the completion of the receivables management (see also: Recoveries after honoring guarantees under the Covid-19 bridging credits).

 Federal provisions for future honoring of guaranteesPortion of the outstanding loan volume
as of the end of the year
20221.1 billion11.4%

Further analyses of the bridging credits granted

The following charts illustrate distributions of granted Covid-19 bridging credits by selected specifications, such as canton or sector. These visualizations provide background knowledge and are based on data from the guarantee organizations. In order to exclude any conclusions about individual companies and to guarantee their anonymity, only aggregated data can be made available. Due to rounding, it is possible that the sum of the shares may not be 100%.

Status: 07.09.2021

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The following two figures illustrate the development over time of the granting of Covid-19 bridging credits up to 500’000 Swiss francs and are based on the data of the guarantee organizations.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

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Reports of abuse

The table below contains potential and actual cases of abuse under the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsverordnung (in German) and the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsgesetz (in German). Here you find the concept for the detection and prevention of abuse (in German). The statistics show the cases of which the loan guarantee cooperatives are aware, either because they have filed a criminal complaint themselves or because they have been informed about them by third parties. They are not complete with regard to criminal charges of which the loan guarantee cooperatives are not aware. The statistics are updated on an ongoing basis.

Types of abuse
(all types according
to the ordinance)
In clarifi-
cation
Abuse not confirmedCorrection without filing of criminal complaintWithout charge –clarification discon-
tinued*
Criminal complaint filed**
Open casesClosed cases
NumberDelinquency amount
in CHF***
NumberDelinquency amount
in CHF***
Multiple applications (Art. 3,
para. 1)
2910121916412'959'782667'136'666
Date of foundation (Art. 3,
para. 1, a.)
161301743131'006'99816495'936
In bankruptcy, estate or liquidation (Art. 3,
para. 1, b.)
1413263221'304'841221'823'700
Sales information (Art. 7,
para. 1)
6231'0451'6202433165'175'10814819'834'943
Support for other emergency regulations (Art. 3,
para. 1, d.)
30200000
Use of credit in general and replacement investments (Art. 6,
para. 1 und 2)1
3'1503826951481'642159'633'65468550'426'358
Use of credit dividends, refinancing, etc. (Art. 6,
para. 3)2
3823512'35558211'667'587263'324'555
Others455106171930337'937'33716512'839'350
Total4'6722'1285'2621932'457289'685'3071'12895'881'508

*Cases in which no criminal complaints have been filed and the borrower, respectively its governing bodies as well as all persons involved in the management or liquidation of the borrower, insofar as they would be liable, are deceased or missing. If a missing person reappears, the case can be reopened.

**Including criminal complaints from third parties of which the loan guarantee cooperatives are aware.

***The reported delinquency amount corresponds to the volume of credits at the time they were granted. No account is taken of whether losses have effectively been incurred.

1 As of the commencement of the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsgesetz (Covid-19-SBüG) (in German) on December 19, 2020, the prohibition to carry out new investments in fixed assets that are not replacement investments has been lifted (cf. Art. 27 para. 2 Covid-19-SBüG).

2 As of the commencement of the Covid-19-SBüG on December 19, 2020, already the decision on the payment of dividends is unlawful (cf. Art. 2 para. 2 lit. a Covid-19-SBüG and Official Bulletin: AB 2020 N 2040 of October 30, 2020, and AB 2020 S 1314 f. of December 10, 2020).

Last updated: 28.02.2024

In addition, the statistics from the Money Laundering Reporting Office (MROS) showed all a) reports according to the Money Laundering Act or the Criminal Code, as well as b) the number of complaints filed by MROS with law enforcement agencies (according to Art. 23 para. 4 Money Laundering Act) until the end of 2021. The MROS statistics can show cases that are also included in the above table of abuse reports.

Open cases after criminal complaint

The following table shows the open cases after criminal complaints have been filed of which the loan guarantee cooperatives are aware, either because they filed the criminal complaints themselves or because they were informed about them by third parties. It is not complete with regard to criminal complaints of which the loan guarantee cooperatives have no knowledge. The statistics are updated on an ongoing basis.

Open cases after criminal complaint per canton

CantonCriminal complaint filed: open cases*
NumberDelinquency amount**
AG228CHF 24'075'759
AI00
AR20CHF 1'876'826
BE167CHF 18'855'244
BL96CHF 14'200'000
BS101CHF 13'327'796
FR125CHF 10'072'084
GE140CHF 16'804'191
GL7CHF 690'500
GR20CHF 1'601'568
JU5CHF 801'399
LU120CHF 20'145'038
NE14CHF 1'053'975
NW16CHF 2'408'900
OW11CHF 1'393'314
SG99CHF 7'813'445
SH10CHF 941'516
SO54CHF 6'594'266
SZ55CHF 7'155'184
TG51CHF 5'920'346
TI96CHF 11'231'290
UR8CHF 623'640
VD365CHF 39'645'899
VS34CHF 3'394'297
ZG126CHF 18'716'431
ZH489CHF 60'342'399
Total2'457CHF 289'685'307

*Including criminal complaints filed by third parties of which the loan guarantee cooperatives are aware.

**The reported delinquency amount corresponds to the volume of credits at the time they were granted. No account is taken of whether losses have effectively been incurred.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Closed cases after criminal complaint

Below is a table with the closed cases by type of abus, by canton and a table of guilty verdicts by industry after criminal complaints have been filed. These are criminal complaints of which the loan guarantee cooperatives are aware, either because they filed the criminal complaints themselves or because they have been informed about them by third parties. It is not complete with regard to criminal complaints of which the loan guarantee cooperatives have no knowledge. The statistics are updated on an ongoing basis.

Closed cases by type of abuse

Types of abuse
(all types according
to the ordinance)
No
criminal
proceed-
ings:
Non-
pro-
secution
Criminal proceedings closed
InnocentReparationGuiltyCriminal
proceedings
discontinued*
NumberNumberDelin-
quency amount
in CHF**
NumberDelin-
quency amount
in CHF**
NumberDelin-
quency
amount
in CHF**
Multiple
applications
(Art. 3, para. 1)
158698'436516'073'326170'119
Date of foundation
(Art. 3, para. 1, a.)
140011397'73600
In bankruptcy, estate or liquidation
(Art. 3, para. 1, b.)
25262'90012436'600180'000
Sales information
(Art. 7,para. 1)
833273'104'2477610'179'45841'145'000
Support for other emergency regulations
(Art. 3, para. 1 ,d.)
00000000
Use of credit
in general and replacement investments
(Art. 6, para. 1
and 2)1
37143959'303'97140525'002'7445814'500
Use of credit dividends, refinancing, etc.
(Art. 6, para. 3)2
274485'624131'423'52000
Others549455'367'849653'723'960123'700
Total5624618119'023'02763347'264'344122'133'319

*Cases in which the criminal proceedings have been discontinued and the borrower, respectively its governing bodies as well as all persons involved in the management or liquidation of the borrower, insofar as they would be liable, are deceased or missing. If a missing person reappears, the case can be reopened.

**The reported delinquency amount corresponds to the volume of credits at the time they were granted. No account is taken of whether losses have effectively been incurred.

1 As of the commencement of the Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftsgesetz (Covid-19-SBüG) (in German) on December 19, 2020, the prohibition to carry out new investments in fixed assets that are not replacement investments has been lifted (cf. Art. 27 para. 2 Covid-19-SBüG).

2 As of the commencement of the Covid-19-SBüG on December 19, 2020, already the decision on the payment of dividends is unlawful (cf. Art. 2 para. 2 lit. a Covid-19-SBüG and Official Bulletin: AB 2020 N 2040 of October 30, 2020, and AB 2020 S 1314 f. of December 10, 2020).

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Closed cases by canton

CantonCriminal complaint filed: closed cases
NumberDelinquency amount*
AG52CHF 4'048'872
AI4CHF 109'000
AR9CHF 954'200
BE78CHF 4'854'804
BL30CHF 2'206'987
BS66CHF 5'830'512
FR29CHF 1'422'774
GE106CHF 10'650'999
GL1CHF 500'000
GR17CHF 1'765'370
JU4CHF 191'000
LU60CHF 7'310'390
NE10CHF 1'140'387
NW5CHF 761'000
OW3CHF 85'000
SG75CHF 3'828'856
SH2CHF 550'000
SO54CHF 4'080'523
SZ32CHF 3'818'291
TG14CHF 683'000
TI40CHF 3'091'929
UR00
VD89CHF 7'198'253
VS46CHF 2'466'438
ZG33CHF 7'418'850
ZH269CHF 20'914'073
Total1'128CHF 95'881'508

*The reported delinquency amount corresponds to the volume of credits at the time they were granted. No account is taken of whether losses have effectively been incurred.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Guilty verdicts by industry

Criminal proceedings closed:
guilty
NumberDelinquency amount*
Specialised construction activities (F43)134CHF 10'693'097
Food and beverage service activities (I56)84CHF 6'132'553
Construction of buildings (F41)49CHF 4'545'775
Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G47) 44CHF 4'212'467
Services to buildings and landscape activities (N81)32CHF 1'464'124
Other personal service activities (S96)29CHF 1'493'470
Activities of head offices; management consultancy activities (M70)25CHF 1'873'793
Land transport and transport via pipelines (H49) 24CHF 1’177’181
Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G45) 23CHF 2'029'746
Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles (G46) 23CHF 1'506'053
All other industries**166CHF 12'136'085
Total633CHF 47'264'344

*The reported delinquency amount corresponds to the volume of credits at the time they were granted. No account is taken of whether losses have effectively been incurred.

**The Federal Statistical Office (FSO) publishes a list of all sectors (2-digit NOGA codes) on its website.

Last updated: 28.02.2024

Banks: Participation list, documents and information

Here is a list of the 125 banks that have granted Covid-19 loans.

Bank-specific documents:

Bank-specific information:

Media releases

Interim report on Covid-19 solidary guarantee loans

The Federal Council’s interim report on Covid-19 joint and several guarantee loans provides an initial interim assessment of the Covid-19 loans granted, the loans outstanding and repaid and the honored guarantees as at June 2023. The report also addresses the issue of combating abuse and compares the costs of the Covid-19 solidarity guarantee programme with the social benefits created by the programme.

Zwischenbericht zu den Covid-19-Solidarbürgschaftskrediten

Parliamentary initiatives

The following table shows the parliamentary initiatives related to the Covid-19 bridging credits program.

Type of initiativeSubmitted byDate of submissionTitle of the initiative (only in German or French)
InterpellationNC Lorenzo Quadri (SVP)20.12.2023Abus en relation avec les crédits COVID-19. Quel est le risque financier encouru par la Confédération? (23.4410)
InterpellationNC Fabio Regazzi (Die Mitte)15.06.2023Taux d'intérêt des crédits Covid-19. Comment la situation va-t-elle évoluer? (23.3827)
InterpellationNC Céline Amaudruz (SVP)04.05.2023Hausse soudaine des taux d'intérêt des crédits Covid. Les entrepreneurs pris au dépourvu! (23.3549)
MotionNC Sidney Kamerzin (Die Mitte)03.05.2023Crédits Covid-19 garantis par cautionnement. Supprimer le taux d'intérêt pour les crédits inférieurs à 500 000 francs et plafonner à 0,5 pour cent pour les crédits supérieurs (23.3538)
InterpellationNC Piero Marchesi (SVP)03.05.2023Relèvement des taux d'intérêt des crédits Covid-19. Le Conseil fédéral doit revenir sur sa décision (23.3534)
InterpellationNC Olivier Feller (FDP)03.05.2023Augmentation brutale et substantielle des taux d'intérêt appliqués aux crédits Covid-19 (23.3527)
QuestionNC Franziska Ryser (Grüne)12.04.2023Le relèvement des taux d'intérêt des crédits Covid-19 affecte les PME (23.1021)
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Question for Question TimeNC Thomas Aeschi (SVP)14.09.2022Remboursement des crédits transitoires Covid-19. Point de la situation (22.7726)
Question for Question TimeNC Lars Guggisberg (SVP)13.09.2022Remboursement des dettes du Covid (22.7594)
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Question for Question TimeNC Pirmin Schwander (SVP)01.12.2021Les prêts intragroupes sont-ils autorisés ? (21.8080)
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PostulateNC Hans-Peter Portmann (FDP)09.06.2021Entreprises et particuliers se déclarant en faillite pour contourner l’obligation de rembourser un crédit Covid-19 (21.3666)
Question for Question TimeNC Daniela Schneeberger (FDP)09.06.2021Préciser l’art. 2, al. 6, de la loi sur les cautionnements solidaires liés au Covid-19 (21.7556)
Question for Question TimeNC Doris Fiala (FDP)08.06.2021La loi sur les cautionnements solidaires liés au Covid-19 ne doit pas être une entrave aux restructurations (21.7545)
Question for Question TimeNC Daniela Schneeberger (FDP)02.06.2021Loi sur les cautionnements solidaires liés au Covid-19. Garantir la sécurité du droit pour les restructurations (21.7484)
InterpellationNC Lorenzo Quadri (SVP)18.06.2020Crédits Covid-19 et petits malins (20.3744)
InterpellationNC Céline Amaudruz (SVP)10.06.2020Crédits cautionnés dans le contexte du virus coronaire (20.3565)

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