Pensions Caixa 89 Overview

  • Type
  • Corporate Pension

  • Founded
  • 1995

Founded
  • Professionals
  • 3

Professionals

Pensions Caixa 89 General Information

Description

Pensions Caixa 89 is a corporate pension based in Barcelona, Spain. Established in 1995, the plan provides retirement and pension benefits to the eligible employees. The assets of the plan are managed by the committee members.

Contact Information

Year Founded
1995
Open To Secondaries
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Open To First Time Founds
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Institution Type
Corporate Pension
Primary Contact
00000000 00000
Title
President, Control Committee
Primary Office
  • Paseo De La Castellana 51
  • 28046 Barcelona
  • Spain

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Pensions Caixa 89 Commitment Analytics

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

Pensions Caixa 89 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

Pensions Caixa 89 Board Members (3)

Name Representing Role Since
Cornelia Hubner Pensions Caixa 89 Member, Control Committee 000 0000
Fabregat Jordi Pensions Caixa 89 President, Control Committee 000 0000
Zambrano Yolanda Pensions Caixa 89 Secretary, Control Commission 000 0000
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