Macfarlanes - Pension scheme Overview

  • Type
  • Corporate Pension
  • Professionals
  • 2
Professionals

Macfarlanes - Pension scheme General Information

Description

Macfarlanes - Pension scheme is a corporate pension fund based in London, United Kingdom. The plan provides retirement and pension benefits to the employees of Macfarlanes, a UK based corporate law firm. The assets of the pension fund are managed by the executive management team.

Contact Information

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
Consultant
Email
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Phone
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Primary Office
  • 20 Cursitor Street
  • London EC4A 1LT
  • England, United Kingdom
+44 020 0000 0000
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Macfarlanes - Pension scheme Commitment Analytics

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

Macfarlanes - Pension scheme 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

Macfarlanes - Pension scheme Team (2)

Name Title Office
Bridget Barker Consultant London, United Kingdom
Rob Gibbons Director of Finance London, United Kingdom
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