CapitaLand Limited is considered as Asia’s one of the cardinal, multinational real estate groups. The groups’ headquarter is located in Singapore while its influencing has been expanded in various other countries. According to reports of 30 September 2020, the group has been operating and managing a portfolio worth $133.3 billion. CapitaLand’s portfolio spans across diversified real estate classes which include commercial, retail, business park, industrial and logistics; integrated development, urban development; as well as lodging and residential. The real estate group assets are operating in 220 cities in more than 30 countries and despite all the facts its primary focus is to establish its stronghold in China and Singapore Market. The network of its interest is expanding in other countries as well like Australia, Europe, the USA, India, and Vietnam. For showflat viewing, please register your interest here.
CapitaLand is on its way to mark its presence on the globe as one of the dominant real estate management business group. The group is responsible for managing six listed real estate investment trusts (REITs) and business trusts as well as over 20 private funds. In 2002, the group launched Singapore’s first REITs. Business trusts and REITs that are part of the group in contemporary time are Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust, Capital Land China Trust, CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust, Ascot Residence Trust, CapitaLand Malaysia Mall Trust, and Ascendas India Trust.
CapitaLand has started its sustainability journey in 2000 and since then the core objectives behind their every action is to provide higher economic value to their clientele. The group has been operating for 20 years to make the communities in which they are located better. CapitaLand has come up with Sustainability Master Plan according to which the group would work to elevate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) by 2030. Sustainability Master Plan is a pre-evaluated outline that describes the scope and sustainability efforts required to achieve the mandated goals for better quality services.
The primary objective of CapitaLand is to BUILD a worthy enough real estate portfolio. This will ENABLE a flourishing future where communities would tend to adapt CapitaLand’s first preference and ACCELERATE sustainability efforts for higher-value economic outcomes for stakeholders. The Master Plan would enable the group to earn better environmental progress and higher economic benefits.
In order to ‘Building People, Building Communities” CapitaLand has established its philanthropic subsidiary in 2005 called CapitaLand Hope Foundation. The objective behind the establishment of this community is to let people of communities thrive in health and prosperity to achieve long-term success in business operations. CapitaLand allocates 0.5% of its annual profit to CapitaLand Hope Foundation. The foundation has been serving as a registered charity organization in Singapore to aid the destitute and vulnerable in their quest of seeking education and better health. The CapitaLand Hope Foundation fundamental aims to provide a quality life to those socially vulnerable children who deserve a better take on life. Besides the monetary altruism, the group also recruit volunteers who want to spend some beneficial time with these children and can be of valuable services. In 2011, CHP has also established its branch in China.