Better outcomes for everyone.
AsheMorgan is focused on the important issues of climate resilience, wellness and diversity, and governance. AsheMorgan fully recognise, appreciate, and address Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) risks and opportunities.
Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG)
As responsible investors, AsheMorgan recognise that the assets we invest in operate interdependently with the economy, society and the physical environment. We are committed to embedding environmental and social considerations into our business processes and decision making. AsheMorgan integrate material ESG factors into our rigorous and holistic investment analysis to deliver mutually beneficial outcomes for investors, tenants, and communities - better outcomes for everyone.
Our vision is a resilient portfolio that minimises the environmental impact of the development and operation of our buildings while maximising the health and productivity of our tenants, employees, and communities. AsheMorgan also focus on enhancing the diversity and inclusiveness of our corporate culture via our commitment to be a fully integrated, sustainable, and responsible investor in delivering our objective of superior long-term risk adjusted investment returns.
AsheMorgan are committed to integrating environmental and social risk management practices into our business practices and procedures via our comprehensive ESG Policy. Our ESG policy is intended to aid us to manage the environmental and social impacts of our business activities and operations, and to proactively identify opportunities.
The ESG Policy is fully integrated across the business and is embedded into investment and management processes and our company culture. This ensures critical ESG risks and opportunities are screened and assessed in-detail to allow for informed decision making to facilitate resilience in the long term.
We recognise that the ESG policy will continue to evolve over time to reflect changing community expectations, stakeholder feedback, and regulatory requirements. The ESG Policy is designed to be clear and robust to allow for a commitment to best practice guidelines, frameworks and initiatives, as we continuously innovate, adapt and improve.
AsheMorgan recognises that our activities can impact on the environment, and we seek to mitigate these effects and positively work towards achieving sustainable investment and development. Key considerations of our ESG Policy towards environmental impacts:
- Energy Use & Climate Change
- Pollution & Waste
AsheMorgan is focused on identifying and effectively managing key social risks and opportunities associated with real estate investment and development, particularly those that impact risk and financial performance, the broader community and our reputation. Key material social considerations include:
- Health & Wellbeing
- Supply Chain
We are committed to ensuring the highest standards of corporate governance, transparency and accountability are practiced, as sound corporate governance policies and practices are the foundation for a trusted, successful and respected business organisation meeting the needs and interests of our stakeholders.
We work to a comprehensive framework of corporate governance and risk management procedures to protect every stakeholder. Our investment and management structure allows for effective controls and accountability.
The longevity of AsheMorgan in the market is testimony to the combined skills of its founders who remain the firm’s principals. Their guidance, skill and financial intuition combine for vigorous risk assessment without sacrificing returns.
We value insight above formulas, with our direct and hands on management approach ensuring we retain close control of the transaction throughout its lifecycle. Our responsibility only ends when our investors have received proceeds consistent with the targeted returns. Matters considered include:
- Asset value drivers and due diligence
- Feasibility assessment and modelling
- Risk identification and mitigation
- Counterparty capacity and capability
- Documentation structure and settlement
- Capital management and financial leveraging
- Ongoing management and investor reporting
- Statutory, tax and accounting compliance