Further develop INREV’s position on the importance of sustainability; be the centre of expertise to drive better understanding on the relevance of sustainability by industry participants and to move the focus of sustainability from an asset level to a vehicle level. This will be achieved by improving the dialogue between investors and fund managers, increasing knowledge and market transparency, supporting measurement of sustainability and providing practical guidance for sustainable investments.
The committee will promote the topic of sustainability by hosting expert panels, roundtable discussions and contribute to training courses and webinars. Activities include developing best practices, case studies and examples of sustainable investments. The committee will also provide an overview of available market data on sustainability and provide guidance on the use, validity and meaning of this data.
- Emphasize importance of sustainability, on asset as well as vehicle level
- Improve dialogue between investors and managers
- Increase market transparency and support measurement of sustainability
- Support academic work linking sustainability performance and financial performance
|Mathieu Elshout (Chair)||PGGM||The Netherlands|
|Debbie Hobbs (Vice-Chair)||Legal & General Property||United Kingdom|
|Barbara Maltha-Koppelman||CBRE||The Netherlands|
|Christopher Wright||Norges Bank Real Estate Management||Norway|
Aberdeen Standard Investments
|Derk Welling||APG Asset Management||The Netherlands|
|Elsa Rodrigues Monteiro||Sonae Sierra||Portugal|
|Fredrik Stake||Storebrand Fastigheter||Sweden|
|Kateryna Diesen||Varma Mutual Pension Insurance||Finland|
|Maaike Hof||MN Services Vermogensbeheer||The Netherlands|
|Nina Reid||M&G Real Estate||United Kingdom|
The INREV Sustainability Library is an interactive library including reports and case studies from our members that illustrate best practice worldwide.
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.