International Pension Fund KBC Overview

  • Type
  • Corporate Pension

  • Founded
  • 2008

  • Professionals
  • 1


International Pension Fund KBC General Information


International Pension Fund KBC is a corporate pension based in Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, Belgium. Established in 2008, the fund provides retirement, disability, and death benefits to eligible participants and their beneficiaries. The fund is managed and administered by the pension board.

Contact Information

Year Founded
Open To Secondaries
Open To First Time Founds
Institution Type
Corporate Pension
Primary Contact
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Chief Executive Officer of the International Markets Business Unit
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Primary Office
  • Havenlaan, 2
  • 1080 Sint-Jans-Molenbeek
  • Belgium

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International Pension Fund KBC Commitment Analytics

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

International Pension Fund KBC 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

International Pension Fund KBC Team (1)

Name Title Office
Luc Popelier Chief Executive Officer of the International Markets Business Unit Sint-Jans-Molenbeek, Belgium
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