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Sustainable Pension Return EUR X

ISIN: NL0013332455
  • Focus on capital accumulation over the longer term
  • Well diversified portfolio, mainly in negotiable securities
  • Customized pension solution
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About this fund

Sustainable Pension Return is a fund-of-funds with a mix of investment categories and underlying funds. The aim is to achieve a responsible return. The fund is not linked to a benchmark and strives to realize a better risk-return ratio than an equity portfolio. By spreading the investments across various categories including real estate and corporate bonds as well as equities, the fund achieves an optimally diversified mix. The underlying investment funds are provided by fund houses that include sustainability in their investment decisions and are at the forefront in this respect.

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Sustainable Pension Return EUR X

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The value of the investments may fluctuate. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.
Annualized (for periods longer than one year).
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Performances are gross of fees and based on closing values. In reality, costs (such as management fees and other costs) are charged. These have a negative effect on the returns shown.

Performances are net of fees and based on transaction prices.

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Market development

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The economic picture remains unclear. Globally, manufacturing data keeps disappointing and this makes people cautious. On the other hand, the services sector still seems pretty healthy although some slowing seems to be taking place. Overall, the consumer side and the labor markets remain in good shape. Financial markets have difficulty digesting these conflicting signals about the economy, and are jittery. On top of this, the trade dispute and Brexit linger on. Geopolitical tensions also remained high due to the situation in Hong Kong and the attack on a Saudi oil facility. A comfort for the markets is that several central banks across the globe have eased monetary policy. The central bank put is still very much alive. Given these challenging circumstances, financial markets and particularly the more risky segments, like equity markets, did not do too badly this month.

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Sustainability Themed Fund

Currency policy

All currency risks are open.

Dividend policy

In principle, this share class of the fund does distribute dividend.

ESG Integration policy

The Pensioen Opbouw fund invests mainly in funds offered by the Robeco Group and Northern Trust. Robeco aims to include ESG factors in its investment decisions. However, most investments involve the indirect integration of ESG factors. The goal is to integrate the ESG factors right across the portfolio composition. Sustainability can be a decisive factor in the fund-selection process. For the sustainability policy of the Northern Trust funds, please refer to the website of Northern Trust.

Investment policy

Sustainable Pension Return is a fund-of-funds with a mix of investment categories and underlying funds. The aim is to achieve a responsible return. The fund is not linked to a benchmark and strives to realize a better risk-return ratio than an equity portfolio. By spreading the investments across various categories including real estate and corporate bonds as well as equities, the fund achieves an optimally diversified mix. The underlying investment funds are provided by fund houses that include sustainability in their investment decisions and are at the forefront in this respect.

Risk policy

Active. Risk-management systems constantly monitor the deviation of the portfolio from the benchmark, thus avoiding extreme positions.

Expectation of fund manager

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The funds are managed against fixed strategic weights for global equities (55%), real estate (20%), emerging market equities (15%) and high yield bonds (10%). We do not apply any kind of active management. Currency exposure for the fixed income part of the portfolio is hedged.

Jeroen Blokland
Jeroen Blokland

Jeroen Blokland

Mr. Jeroen Blokland is Portfolio Manager with Robeco within the Robeco Global Allocation team. Jeroen is portfolio manager of the Robeco Pension Return Portfolio since the launch in March 2012. Prior to joining the Robeco Global Allocation team, he was employed by IRIS, the independent Institute for Research and Investment Services of Robeco and Rabobank, as an Investment strategist since 2005. He started his career at Interpolis in 2002, where he held a position as asset manager and investment strategist. Jeroen holds a Master's degree in Economics from Erasmus University, Rotterdam.

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ISINNL0013332455
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1st quotation date1554854400000
Close financial year31-12
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Fiscal product treatment

The fund is established in the Netherlands. The fund is closed for corporate-income tax purposes (fiscally transparent). This means that all results are attributed directly to the participants. As a consequence, the fund is not liable to corporate-income tax and withholds no dividend tax.

Fiscal treatment of investor

Professional investors are divided into pension funds and non-pension funds. Dutch pension funds may re-claim the 25% dividend tax deducted on cash dividends entirely. Dutch non-pension funds may deduct the 25% dividend tax deducted on cash dividends in their corporate income tax assessment. Dividend tax in that case is tax deducted at source. No tax is deducted at source on interest income. Thus, Dutch pension funds do not owe taxes on interest income. Dutch non-pension funds should specify interest income in their corporate income tax assessment.

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