Heineken Pension Fund

What is the Heineken Pension Fund?

Heineken has operated a pension scheme since 1923. Today, the Stichting Heineken Pensioenfonds (HPF) operates the pension scheme. The HPF was founded on 30 April 1952 and at that time was called the ‘Pension Fund for Employees of Heineken’s Bierbrouwerij Maatschappij N.V.’

The HPF operates the pension scheme for 16,583 policy holders who can generally be divided into 3,438 active pension scheme members, 7,254 former members and 5,891 persons entitled to a pension (at the close of 2019).

The goal
The objective of the HPF is, in accordance with the rules set out in the Pension Scheme Rules and Regulations, to pay out pension to former employees of Heineken entitled to a pension and their surviving relatives or the former employees of allied companies and their surviving relatives.

The HPF strives to achieve its objective by forming, preserving and managing capital intended for the purpose of paying pension claims.

The fund is organised as follows:

Accountability Council
Supervisory Board
Administering Body