Financial position

Checked on 16 June 2020

Financial position

Below you will find a brief summary of the most important information about the financial position of Philips Pensioenfonds.

  • The policy funding ratio at 31 May 2020 was 110.7%.

  • The policy funding ratio at 31 March 2020 was 112.2%.

  • The assets returned -6.6% from 1 January to 31 March 2020.

  • The value of the pension fund’s assets at 31 March 2020 was € 19,772 million

  • The policy funding ratio as at 31 December 2019 was below the required funding ratio. As of that date, the Fund was therefore still in deficit. Therefore, an updated recovery plan was submitted to the supervisor De Nederlandsche Bank at the end of March 2020. As this plan is based on the Fund's policy funding ratio at the end of 2019, the recovery period is relatively short, approximately 1 year. As a result of the corona crisis, the Fund's current funding ratio has fallen to 101.8% (year-end March 2020). If the current situation continues for longer, the Fund will of course remain in a deficit for longer than the 1-year period now shown in the updated recovery plan.

    Recovery plan (in Dutch)

Quarterly report

Every quarter you can read in this report how Philips Pensioenfonds is doing financially.

Quartly report 2020 Q1 (in Dutch)

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of Philips Pensioenfonds

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Financial position

One of the factors used to determine the financial position of Philips Pensioenfonds is its funding ratio. If a pension fund has a funding ratio of 100%, this means that its assets are precisely enough for it to pay its existing pension liabilities.

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Chart funding ratio

Here you will find the policy funding ratio of Philips Pensioenfonds every month.

Chart funding ratio

Investment results

The investment policy is based on an investment portfolio that distinguishes between fixed-income and variable-yield securities. This distinction offers a strong possibility of achieving our ambition in the long term: for retired members and non-contributory policyholders, this means a pension that increases to reflect price inflation, and for active members it means pension that increases alongside wage inflation, without incurring excessive risks.

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More about our investment policy

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Investment policy

What if a shortage situation threatens?

Financial crisis plan

Every pension fund in the Netherlands is required to have a financial crisis plan in place. Philips Pensioenfonds’s financial crisis plan describes what action the Board of Trustees will take if the pension fund finds itself in a crisis situation, or if a crisis situation is imminent.

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Summary financial crisis plan

You can read more in the summary of the financial crisis plan (in Dutch).

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