Nearly $1 billion (SFr1.08 billion) in restitution from Swiss banks had been disbursed to Holocaust victims by the end of 2007, according to a United States court.
The fund was established after Jewish groups launched legal action against Swiss banks in the 1990s, alleging complicity in Nazi-era war crimes.
The country's two largest banks, UBS and Credit Suisse, agreed to a settlement in 1998 and paid $1.25 billion.
The fund is overseen by a court in New York.
Almost half of the settlement is for the owners of dormant Holocaust-era accounts and their heirs.
In total, there are 432,750 people eligible to receive restitution.