As a leading residential real estate investment manager in Europe, we at CRIM understand the impact of our investment and management decisions on society and the environment. In line with our corporate philosophy, this has prompted us to embark on a journey to integrate ESG into our investment management processes.
We recognize ESG as a process to contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), taking responsibility to provide investment services in line with high environmental and social standards.
We recognize that as an organisation we have to take responsibility towards our environment and the society while meeting the needs of our clients and fulfilling our fiduciary responsibilities. There are environmental, social, and economic implications to all of the decisions we make as an investment manager. Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) aspects are part of our assessing risks and opportunities in real estate investment and management and our organisation’s employees are key to meeting our objectives. Therefore we have defined ESG objectives on organisational and real estate fund level.
Consideration of sustainability risks in the remuneration policy (Art. 5 SFDR)
Sustainability risks are currently not taken into account in our remuneration policy. However, a change in the remuneration policy is planned so that sustainability risks are duly taken into account in the future.