Security Code:8987

Text Size

Sustainability Initiatives

Sustainability Policy

Japan Excellent, Inc. ("JEI") and Japan Excellent Asset Management Co., Ltd. will work to reduce the environmental burden and to cooperate/collaborate with stakeholders to achieve a sustainable society under the social responsibility of a company, while recognizing the importance of consideration for the environment, society and governance (ESG) in the real estate investment management business.

1. Reduction of environmental burden

(1) Energy saving and reduction of CO2 emissions
JEI will contribute to energy-saving and reduction of CO2 emissions by improving operations to increase energy efficiency, promoting introduction of energy-saving equipment, etc. at properties it operates.

(2) Effective utilization of resources
JEI will work to contribute to the realization of recycling-oriented society through initiatives for saving water and promotion of the 3Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) for reducing waste.

2. Cooperation/collaboration with stakeholders

(1) Education/enlightenment of employees
JEI will work to cultivate environmentally-conscious employees through education/enlightenment activities such as ESG training in order to promote initiatives for sustainability.

(2) Collaboration with outside parties
JEI will work to facilitate exchange with local communities while working on reduction of the environmental burden by collaborating with tenants and property management companies.

(3) Information disclosure
JEI will proactively disclose information on its sustainability policy and status of such initiatives to unitholders, tenants, business partners and other related parties.

Japan Excellent, Inc.
Japan Excellent Asset Management Co., Ltd.

Structure for sustainability

JEI sets up a sustainability council with President, Division Managers and others as key members in order to organizationally promote sustainability initiatives.
It helps to develop an internal structure which sets goals and regularly monitors the progress.

External Assessment

GRESB GRESB GRESB

Received “Green Star,” the highest rating in the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) Real Estate Assessment, conducted in 2017, for three consecutive years

Also received the highest rating of “5-Star” for two consecutive years in “GRESB Rating,” a five-grade evaluation system based on comprehensive scores

  • “Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) ” is a benchmark established by European pension fund groups to measure real estate companies and management institutions’ consideration to sustainability and is used in cases such as when major European and Asian institutional investors select investment targets.
  • “Green Star” is given when a high evaluation with a score exceeding 50% is made in the two evaluation axis (“Management Policy” and “Implementation & Measurement) . “GRESB Rating” is a rating of the overall score according to the global ranking and “5 Star” is given to the top 20% of the participants.

Page Top

JEI Latest Data

Number of Properties
31
Asset Size
273,587 million yen
as of July 2, 2018
Occupancy Rate
99.6%
as of June 30, 2018
copyright (c) 2009 Japan Excellent, Inc.