Sep.09.2022, Auckland ------ Longevity Partners, the global multi-disciplinary ESG (environmental, social, and governance) Consultancy, has announced today the expansion of its global footprint with the opening of a new office in Tokyo, Japan. The new office, which is set to open on September 6th, 2022, marks the ninth international office for Longevity Partners since its inception in 2015, joining its other locations in Paris, London, Munich, Amsterdam, Milan, Austin, Seattle and New York.
“This latest expansion finalizes our three years globalization program, which means that we can now deliver globally wherever our clients need us. It also marks a milestone for Longevity as we now have boots on the ground in 6 of the G7 countries, representing around 30 percent of the global economy.”
“I'm also delighted to bring Kemmu on board to lead our efforts in Japan, and we very much look forward to working closely with him in the coming years to deliver our agenda in the Asia Pacific region to secure a more sustainable, inclusive, and low carbon society for future generations!”
“I am thrilled to be joining Longevity and excited to launch the Tokyo office, the first Longevity Partner's Asian office with our professional team members. I will bring to the Longevity team my expertise in real estate in Asia and am looking forward to delivering unique ESG solutions to our local as well as global clients across the Asia Pacific region,” says Kemmu Kawai, Longevity Partners’ Japan Country Director. “I am excited to be in this position to contribute to the success of our business and that of our clients.”
Operating in over 40 countries for more than 100 institutional investors across all asset classes, Longevity Partners provides all services required to future-proof property investment portfolios. From carbon footprinting to climate risk and ESG strategy development and implementation, our experts provide all the tools to respond to ESG performance requirements from pension funds and asset owners. Longevity works hand-in-hand with real estate owners to position their assets for the demands of tomorrow while improving the well-being of users and net operating income today.
The company considers anticipated legislation and achievable benchmarks when improving clients’ ESG performance. Asset managers must be aware of how they can optimize their assets’ resiliency to extreme weather events, better manage regulatory risks and improve the quality of their products over time to respond to client demand.
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