Environmental, Social and Governance

Real estate and shipping/offshore are long-term asset classes, and at NRP, we aim to deliver sustainable, long-term investment and management performance for our clients. 

We are firmly convinced that the value creation for our investors and the development of a sustainable strategy for our group companies require the introduction of Environmental, Social and Governance ("ESG") guidelines into all the phases of our investment activities (investment, management and divestment). In NRP, the identification and management of ESG considerations are therefore an integral part of delivering investment performance to our investors.

We understand responsible investment as an approach to investing that incorporates ESG factors into investment decisions, to better manage risk and to generate sustainable, long-term returns.

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  • ESG and responsible
    Investment Policy

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  • Code of Conduct - Shipping

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  • Environmental: climate change, energy, water and waste efficiency, embodied carbon, greenhouse gas emissions
  • Social: health, safety and security of tenants and suppliers, labour relations in service providers, impact on community, human rights, and forced / child labour
  • Governance: investment decision approval process, valuation issues, fee structures, related party transactions, bribery and corruption

To testify our commitment, the NRP Group adhere to the Principles for Responsible Investment (www.unpri.org) initiative and signed the Principles on the 14th of October 2019.

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NRP supports:

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Right to Play is a global organization, using the transformative power of play to educate and empower children and youth.

Through playing sports and games, Right to Play teach children essential life skills that will help them overcome the effects of poverty, conflict and disease so that they can create better futures and drive lasting social change in their communities and beyond. Founded in 2000 by four-time Olympic gold medalist and social entrepreneur Johann Olav Koss, our programs are facilitated by more than 15,800 local volunteer Coaches and more than 550 international staff.

Right to Play has through many years been an important organization that helps children to overcome their daily challenges. Right to Play has made a great change in many young lives, and we in NRP are proud to be a national partner of the organization.


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  • Responsible Investment Policy for NRP Green Transition I AS ………………

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  • Principle Adverse Impact Statement for NRP Green Transition I AS

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  • Product level website disclosure for NRP Green Transition I AS

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