|Investment per area
The Foundation develops its own projects with the aim of enabling its participants to grow as individuals and enrich society. Currently, this area includes the Scholarship Program, aimed at Spanish students to study for an academic year in educational centres in the United States and Canada, and the Master's Degree in Journalistic and Audiovisual Production, aimed at graduates in the field of Communication and Audiovisual Production.
The Foundation collaborates with third sector entities and public administrations through financing agreements. The objective of this area is to strengthen social welfare infrastructures and services for citizens. Within this area, the Foundation's action for the execution of social and healthcare infrastructure projects, such as the National Proton Therapy Plan in the Spanish public health system, or the network of Comprehensive Care Centres for the Elderly in Galicia, stands out.
|Social investment in own projects and financing to other institutions
The investment figure committed for the period 2023-2027 includes the donation agreement of 30 million euros to the Porque Viven Foundation for the construction of an Comprehensive Paediatric Palliative Care Centre and the collaboration agreements signed with the Spanish Red Cross (15 million euros), Caritas (15 million euros) and the Spanish Federation of Food Banks (10 million euros).
Within the social area, a significant part of the investment executed and committed corresponds to projects related to social and health infrastructures. The distribution of this investment is as follows:
|Social and health infrastructures
|Other social projects
|Social investment by area
|Social welfare (2018-2022)
|Social welfare (2023-2027)
|Contributions by the founder
|Type of income
|Contributions by the founder (2022)
|Financial income (2022)
|Contributions by the founder (2018-2022)
|Financial income (2018-2022)
Dated June 12th, 2012 the Foundation’s Board of Trustees passed the amendment of the Foundation’s Financial Investment Code of Conduct, in force since June 30th, 2004. Such code governs the investment criteria and the maximum investment limits allowed, as well as the types of products and currencies allowed in such investments.
The Foundation’s financial risk management is centralized in one member of the Board of Trustees who is responsible for the Foundation’s financial investments. Such member is appointed for a three-year period, and among his duties is to supervise and select the investments as well as to observe the proper compliance with the Code of Conduct.
Generally, the Foundation maintains its cash flow and liquid assets equivalent, as well as its long-term and short-term financial investments in high credit rating financial institutions.
The Code of Conduct sets limits regarding credit risk rating, limiting investments to those with issuers belonging to O.E.C.D. countries and with a credit risk rating never lower than a a BBB- or Baa3, except for those issued by the Spanish State, which can be hired in any case.
In order to guarantee liquidity and to meet all the payment commitments derived from its activity, the Foundation keeps at all times a liquidity ratio of an amount equivalent to 0.5% of the total of all financial investments.
The Code of Conduct determines that all the financial products hired by the Foundation must be denominated in euros.
The income earned originated from financial instruments belonging to the Foundation, among which the fixed-term deposits particularly stand out, generate less than 10% of the income.
Relative weight based on type of financial asset
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