Fonds de Pension 2005 Banque Degroof Overview

  • Type
  • Corporate Pension
  • Founded
  • 1986
Founded
  • Professionals
  • 1
Professionals

Fonds de Pension 2005 Banque Degroof General Information

Description

Fonds de Pension 2005 Banque Degroof is a corporate pension based in Brussels, Belgium. Established in 1986, the plan provides retirement and pension benefits to the eligible employees of Bank Degroof Petercam. The assets are managed by the executive management team.

Contact Information

Year Founded
1986
Open To Secondaries
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Open To First Time Founds
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Institution Type
Corporate Pension
Primary Contact
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Title
Chief Financial Officer
Email
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Phone
+00 (0)0 000 00 00
Primary Office
  • Street of Industry 44
  • 1040 Brussels
  • Belgium
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Fonds de Pension 2005 Banque Degroof Commitment Analytics

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Commitments by Fund Type
Commitments by Fund Type
Commitments by Region
Commitments by Region

Fonds de Pension 2005 Banque Degroof Investment Allocations

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  • Target PE:
    Current PE:
    42.00 %  Actual
  • Target Real Estate:
    Real Estate:
    42.00 %  Actual
  • Target Equities:
    Current Equities:
  • Target Fixed Income:
    Fixed Income:
  • Target Cash:
    Current Cash:
Investment allocations

Fonds de Pension 2005 Banque Degroof Team (1)

Name Title Office
Nathalie Basyn Chief Financial Officer Brussels, Belgium
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