18 Oct 2022

Dexus recognised as global leader in sustainability by GRESB

18 October 2022

Dexus recognised as global leader in sustainability by GRESB

Dexus has once again been recognised as a global leader in sustainability by the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) in the 2022 Real Estate Assessment results released today, with Dexus and its entities achieving a 5 Star GRESB rating for 2022.

Two Dexus entities were named Global Sector Leaders:

• Dexus Office Trust (DOT) was the Global Listed Sector Leader for Office
• Dexus Healthcare Property Fund (DHPF) was the Global Sector Leader and Global non-Listed Leader for Healthcare in the Development benchmark

The following Dexus entities attained a 5 Star GRESB rating for 2022:

• Dexus (DXS)
• Dexus Wholesale Property Fund (DWPF)
• Dexus Office Partnership (DOTA)
• Dexus Office Trust (DOT)

The Dexus group improved its scores in all categories, with DOT, DOTA and DWPF ranking in the top 2% of the GRESB participants globally.

Dexus CEO, Darren Steinberg said: “Our commitment to delivering strong ESG outcomes underpins long-term performance. We are pleased that we have achieved year-on-year improvement in the GRESB results globally, delivering performance for our investors, our customers and our communities as we transition towards a low carbon economy.”

Melanie Bourke, Chief Operating Officer at Dexus said: “Our ongoing focus on strong governance, stakeholder engagement and optimisation of our environmental performance is reflected in our GRESB results. Our sustainability performance plays a key role in delivering on our purpose of creating spaces where people thrive – ensuring we deliver sustained value for our investors, customers and employees.”

GRESB is the international benchmark for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) performance of real assets, and its results are an important standard used by investors to monitor their investments and understand performance across ESG principles. This year’s results involved the participation of 1,820 funds and real estate companies, representing a 20% increase in participants from the 2021 assessment.






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