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The Mutual Association
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The International Civil Servants Mutual Association, founded in 1959, is a non-profit fund exclusive to the United Nations at Geneva and Specialized Agencies, whose objectives are to promote mutual assistance among staff members of the United Nations Office and other Organizations within the United Nations family at Geneva, and the facilitation of the settlement of the said staff members and their family.

The affiliated Organizations are the following: ILO, ITU, WTO, WMO, WIPO, IMO, UNICEF, IOM, WHO, HCR, IPU and UNEP (UNEP staff members duty stationed in Geneva only).

Latest News
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The Annual General Assembly will be held on 1 June 2017 at 12:30 p.m. room XXII.

The interest rate on the USD account for the second quarter 2017 is 0.05%.

A container with 20 classical and 20 electrical bicycles is installed at the Place des Nations (corner Avenue de France/Avenue Giuseppe Motta) and open every day from 8:00am until 7:00pm. Staff members international organizations will have to present their identification badge for the rental of a bicycle, which is free of charge, and a civil liability insurance is mandatory. They can borrow bicycles during the following hours: from 11:30am to 2:30pm, from 4:30pm to 9:00am the following day, over the weekend from 4:30pm on Fridays to 9:00am on the following Monday.

New letter from the Board of Directors concerning compliance with applicable tax laws.

Letter from the Board of Directors concerning controls carried out by the Mutual Association to ensure compliance with applicable tax laws.

Decrease in the interest rate of the ordinary loan to 5.90%.

Decrease in the interest rate of the CHF current account to 0% from 1 July 2016.

Implementation of a ceiling to CHF 400,000 on the remuneration of the CHF deposit accounts.

The new regulatory brochure concerning deposits is available.

The new regulatory brochure concerning the ordinary loan is available.

The new regulatory brochure concerning the housing loan is available.

The new regulatory brochure concerning public transportation is available.