List of 3 large pension funds
This article introduces you to three important german pension funds that were picked from our researched list targeting the largest pension schemes in Germany.
1. Alte Leipziger Pensionskasse AG (Oberursel)
The pension fund „Alte Leipziger“ was founded in 2002 and is a subsidiary company of the life insurance company with the same name. They aim to offer an uncomplicated and affordable occupational pension scheme. Financing can either be provided by the employer, the employee or by both parties. The company’s pension models can be adapted to individual needs of their clients and are, therefore, very flexible.
2. Pensionskasse der EDEKA Organisation VVaG (Hamburg)
EDEKA Organisation VVaG is a pension scheme that offers an occupational pension for all employees and members of the supermarket group EDEKA. The company has over 60 years of experience in the industry, and they distinguish between 4 different insurance groups depending on the type of financing. Furthermore, the company offers additional insurances such as disability and widow’s pensions.
3. Pensionskasse vom Deutschen Roten Kreuz VVaG (Bonn)
The pension fund from the German Red Cross was founded shortly after the first world war in 1921. Currently, over 28,000 people are insured by the pension scheme and the company has €790M assets under management. Since the company is not committed to any shareholders there are no dividend payments due to investors. Therefore, all distributable income can be used to increase the pensions.
Columns included in our list
Our list is a simple overview of the most important German pension funds. In detail, the list offers the most important data points to get in touch with the largest pension plan providers:
- E-Mail (if available)
- LinkedIn Page (if available)
- Assets under Management in €M (approximation, if available)
Especially the LinkedIn pages of the pension funds helps to get in touch with the executives and investment managers of the included firms.
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