Real estate investments incorporating ecological and social features.
The special fund "KCD-Catella Nachhaltigkeit IMMOBILIEN Deutschland" (KCD) is an open-ended mutual real estate fund in accordance with German investment law (German Investment Code) and is aimed in particular at private clients, foundations and church, charitable, diaconal and church-related institutions.
The KCD-Catella Nachhaltigkeit IMMOBILIEN Deutschland fund invests in established investment locations and metropolitan regions as well as in medium-sized cities and regional investment centers that are characterized by a high degree of urbanity and "robustness" (high degree of diversification in the employment structure). Investment properties include office, retail, residential, and specialty properties with charitable/diaconal/social uses. The resulting broad sector diversification ensures a balanced risk/return profile.
The sustainability approach includes environmental and social features and the Fund makes investments in part in pursuit of an environmental objective as defined in Article 2 No. 17 of the Disclosure Regulation. Specifically, the Company has defined the following ecological or social characteristics for the management of the investment fund:
- "Recognition of energy saving potentials in electricity and heat supply",
- "Saving energy through demand-oriented and energy-efficient building equipment",
- "Prevention of heat energy loss in terms of promoting energy-efficient buildings",
- "Efficient, environmentally friendly and low CO2 use of potential energy carriers and sources",
- "Promotion of energy-efficient heating/ventilation/air-conditioning systems and use of natural and environmentally friendly cooling/heating media in these systems."
- "Good access to local and long-distance passenger transportation"; and
- "Reduction of CO2 equivalent emissions".
- "Promotion of accessibility."
The environmental characteristics and the social characteristic listed in the preceding section are each designed using different sustainability indicators. The Company determines the degree of fulfillment of each sustainability indicator using a point-based scoring system developed by the Company.
In addition, the Company is committed to meeting the environmental objective of reducing CO2e emissions for a portion of its investments, which is monitored using the Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor ("CRREM").
|Mimimum Investment Amount||5.000 EUR|
|WKN / ISIN|
|Fonds Launch||Q1 2017|
|Fiscal Year||1st July -until 30. June|
- Factsheet (09/2023)
- Sales Prospect (05/2023)
- Basic Information Sheet (12/2023)
- Amendments to the General and Special Terms of Investment as of 01.01.2023
- Amendments to the Special Terms of Investment as of 01.01.2023
- Past Performance
- Past Performance Scenarios
- Past Cost Ratios
- Exemption procedure for tax-privileged investors
- New-Ordering Process (05/2022)
Available Investor Reportings
- Investor Reporting 10/2023
- Investor Reporting 09/2023
- Investor Reporting 08/2023
- Investor Reporting 07/2023
- Investor Reporting 06/2023
- Investor Reporting 05/2023
- Investor Reporting 04/2023
- Investor Reporting 03/2023
- Investor Reporting 02/2023
- Investor Reporting 01/2023
- Investor Reporting 12/2022
- Investor Reporting 11/2022
- Overview: Available Investor Reportings "KCD-Catella Nachhaltigkeit Immobilien Deutschland" (KCD)
- Info memorandum on the ocassion of the 11th investors committee meeting, 21st September 2023
- Report of Head of Investors Commitee Meeting 2023 (21 September 2023)
- Info memorandum on the ocassion of the 10th investors committee meeting, 8th february 2023
- Infomemorandum on the distribution in October 2022
- Report of Head of Investors Commitee Meeting 2022 (7 July 2022)
- Infomemorandum on the distribution in October 2021
|Date of distribution||Distribution per unit||Tax-free portion (for units in private portfolios)*|
|4. October 2022||0.19 EUR||* -|
|1. October 2021||0.20 EUR||* -|
|1. October 2020||0.11 EUR||* -|
|1. October 2019||0.10 EUR||* -|
|1. October 2018||0.06 EUR||* -|
|* The investment fund meets both the formal and the material requirements of section 20(3) sentence 1 no. 1 of the InvStG (in the version applicable since January 1, 2018). German private investors can therefore claim a partial exemption rate of 60% on distributions|