ESG at Catella
Catella consists of several entities across Europe with with different focus areas within real estate and property investment. To us, sustainability is not only about responsibility, it is a strategic priority that will ensure long-term profitability. It supports risk mitigation as much as it helps us meet the growing expectations of society, customers, clients, investors and of course our colleagues.
At Catella, we have the goal to reduce our climate impact on property development and asset management.
Our employees are our greatest resource; we have the obligation to ensure the well-being of our colleagues as well as their development.
Good governance, compliance, and risk management are an integral part of a transparent and sustainable approach, as well as being the foundation of good business ethics.
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Catella Group Sustainability Policy
Our sustainability policy informs and describes both our stance on ESG and our strategic approach. Furthermore aim to conduct our business as responsibly as possible from an environmental, social and governance perspective.
Catella Group consists of several entities divided into three business segments, Investment Management, Principal Investments and Corporate Finance. Within these we offer a variety of products and services that take sustainability into consideration and align with our ESG strategy.
It is our ambition to drive positive change and impact for our stakeholders, such as our employees, investors, owners, clients, partners as well as the society we are part of.
Investors are increasingly allocating capital to sustainability-related investments. As the ESG market grows, investors request standardization, comparability and transparency increases. The EU Taxonomy enables the allocation of capital to support the transition to a low-carbon, resilient and resource efficient economy over time. Overall, it provides a “gold standard” for the classification of environmentally sustainable economic activities and should therefore also reduce the risk greenwashing.