Pension Fund Solutions

Pension Fund Solutions

Conac™ offers an array of pension fund solutions, given the unique needs and specific circumstances of it clients, including:

  • Corporate pension funds,
  • Pension & Co. IORP multi-employer pension fund solutions,
  • Sector-wide pension funds,
  • Cross-border pension funds and
  • Pan-European pension funds

Corporate pension funds

A corporate pension fund is an independent vehicle that provides retirement income to the (former) employees of a company or group of related companies.

Pension & Co. IORP multi-employer pension fund solution

Of particular note, Conac™ has created an interesting derivative solution known as Pension & Co. IORP℠ for employer populations who do not want to carry the burden of governance management on their own, yet want the benefit of a pension fund, including flexibility, transparency, individual investment strategy, and full allowance of the return.

Structurally, Pension & Co. IORP is an autonomous multi-employer pension fund set up under the legal form OFP and under the authority of the FSMA.  Within this structural umbrella, several autonomous, separate funds can be created.  As such, a new client participant in Pension & Co. IORP can have their own separate fund with their own separated pension regulation and investment policy, while saving on overhead burdens, due to being a part of the larger multi-employer pension fund.

Sector-wide pension funds

A sector-wide pension fund is an independent vehicle that provides retirement income to the (former) employees of all companies belonging to a specific industry sector.

Cross-border pension funds

A cross-border pension fund is a corporate pension fund that is authorised to operate cross-border. It is an independent vehicle that provides retirement income to the (former) employees of a company or group of related companies located in a number of different countries in Europe.

Pan-European pension funds

A Pan-European pension fund is an independent vehicle that provides retirement income to the (former) employees of a number of subsidiaries of a multinational company or group of related companies located in a number of different countries in Europe.