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ESG Committee

Goal

The aim of the committee is to establish a unified view of ESG, increasing understanding of all three aspects, environmental, social and governance, and to promote robust standards of corporate governance that integrate all these aspects for non-listed real estate vehicles. This will help the industry more effectively integrate ESG factors into the real estate investment decision-making process. 

Key objectives

  • Emphasise importance of environmental measures, sustainability goals and performance, at both a vehicle and asset level.
  • Provide best practice on the structure, policies and regulations that impact investments  
  • Increase understanding and awareness of corporate governance and social aspects that impact the industry 
  • Implement and promote common and workable standards of corporate governance for non-listed real estate vehicles 
     

Committee members

Name Company Country
Christopher Wright (Chair) Norges Bank Investment Management  Norway
Joep Ottervanger (Vice-Chair) Loyens & Loeff The Netherlands
Abigail Dean Nuveen Real Estate United Kingdom
Cristina Garcia-Peri Azora Capital S.L. Spain
David Ironside LaSalle Investment Management Germany
Derk Welling APG Asset Management The Netherlands
Douglas Crawshaw Willis Towers Watson United Kingdom
Justin Travlos AXA IM - Real Assets United Kingdom
Maaike Hof MN Services Vermogensbeheer The Netherlands
Mark Wojcichowsky Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board Canada
Marleen Bikker-Bekkers Patrizia Multi Managers A/S Denmark
Nick Brown M&G Real Estate United Kingdom
Nicole Braun Catella AB  Germany

 

Related Information

Global ESG Library

INREV and ANREV have merged their libraries of ESG-related resources together to form a shared Global ESG Library for the non-listed real estate industry.

Global ESG Library

IQ Magazine - Highlighting the S in ESG

Of the three strands of ESG - environmental, social and governance - it is probably the social that has so far received least attention from real estate investors. This is something that INREV will be addressing in 2019, with the aim on raising members' awareness of the area and proposing ways the industry can best measure the value of incorporating social effects into the investment process. 

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Importance of sustainability in the real estate sector

The value of Sustainability Reporting is that it ensures organisations consider their impacts on sustainability issues, and enables them to be transparent about the issues they face. This increased transparency leads to better decision making, which helps build and maintain a sustainable real estate sector.

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