Environmental Social Governance

Attacq understands its role as a corporate citizen of South Africa. Leveraging our business for good and sustainable growth is core to our purpose and our business model.

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ESG Presentation Released 2023/11/07

Attacq’s FTSE Russell ESG Rating

FTSE Russell is a leading global provider of benchmarks, analytics and data solutions with multi-asset capabilities. FTSE Russell’s ESG rating is used by investors to understand a company’s exposure to, and management of, ESG issues, and are also integrated into index construction. FTSE Russell’s ESG rating is based on three underlying pillars and 14 themes. Underpinning this there are over 300 individual indicator assessments, a selection of which are applied to each company, depending on its unique circumstances.

Our FTSE Russell ESG rating was assessed as 3.1 (FY22: 3.2) out of 5.0 by FTSE Russell. We are pleased that our reporting has outperformed the global sub-sector and industry averages.

Approach to Environmental

The plan further supports our business strategy through balancing the management and development of future-proofed real estate within the parameters of our operating context and compliance imperatives.

We are currently implementing enhanced measuring and reporting processes to proactively monitor the performance of ourbuildings. Our goal is to regularly compare our daily results, leveraging our eco-analytics dashboard, with industry benchmarks to improve our performance. A utility expert has been appointed to further interpret data, identify variances and anomalies to build efficiencies and allow management to make informed decisions to enhance energy management and refine sustainability reporting. This resource will apply best practice in relation to the management of utilities on all levels and help mitigate financial risks.

Green-rated buildings

We are pleased that our Adams & Adams collaboration hub in Lynnwood Bridge, Pretoria received the 4-Star GBCSA rating using the Green Star EBP v1 tool. This rating comes from collaborating with our client after we implemented our
Building User Guide.

Please click below for a detailed list of all our green certifications per building.

Approach to Social

During the past decade we have been on a growth journey to create sustainable value which includes contributing to the upliftment of our surrounding communities and positively impacting the communities we operate in – in acknowledgement of their support.

Click here to find a Q&A document on Social

Key relationships

Establishing robust stakeholder relationships is essential for our success, as they significantly contribute to value creation. Our commitment to continually build and maintain strong stakeholder relationships is evident in our CX journey, ensuring a remarkable experience at every touch point of Attacq. As such, stakeholder engagement is seamlessly integrated into all aspects of our business operations.

Read more about our stakeholder engagement here.

B-BBEE and transformation

Attacq’s vision is to be a socially responsible citizen that can contribute positively to the upliftment of the communities in which we operate. B-BBEE compliance, fair labour practices and corporate social investment are key elements within the Attacq focus on transformation.

We create value in the way we function within our communities as this influences:

Fair labour practices and equal opportunities
Skills development strategies that contribute to the building of a skilled workforce
Preferential procurement strategies and the broadening of our supply chain
Corporate social investment that contributes positively to the communities in which we operate

For more information please view our Annual B-BBEE Compliance Report and view our B-BBEE Certificate.

Attacq Foundation

Attacq Foundation

Coupled with our social awareness pillar is a focused and strategic team which supports our Attacq Foundation trust.

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Board subcommittees

The governance framework establishes a board subcommittee structure that supports the board in the execution of its duties. Each subcommittee has been delegated authority to enable effective control. Roles and responsibilities for each committee are defined by the board.

Transformation, Social And Ethics Committee (TSE Committee)

  1. Planning, implementing and monitoring the Group’s strategy for transformation
  2. Monitoring compliance with legislation
  3. Monitoring employment equity and fair labour practices
  4. Monitoring good corporate citizenship and the Group’s contribution to the development of communities
  5. Driving environmental responsibility and sustainability matters
  6. Formulating and implementing a green policy throughout the Group

Audit And Risk Committee (ARC)

  1. Providing the Board with additional assurance regarding the efficacy and reliability of the financial information used by the Directors to assist them in the discharge of their duties
  2. Reviewing interim and Annual Financial Statements and the Integrated Report
  3. Overseeing the internal audit function
  4. Ensuring that significant business, financial and other risks have been identified and are being managed suitably
  5. Ensuring the independence of external auditors and overseeing the external audit process
  6. Ensuring good standards of governance, reporting and compliance are in operation

Remuneration And Nominations Committee (REMCO)

  1. Identifying and nominating new directors for approval by the Board
  2. Ensuring that appointments to the Board are formal and transparent
  3. Approving the classification of directors as independent
  4. Overseeing induction and training of directors and conducting annual performance reviews of the Board and Board committee
  5. Overseeing an appropriate separation between executive, non-executive and independent directors
  6. Ensuring the proper and effective functioning of the Group’s various Boards of directors
  7. Reviewing the Group’s Board structures, the size and composition of the various Board committees and making recommendations

Investment Committee

  1. Reviewing the Group’s investment strategy
  2. Setting investment targets and criteria
  3. Approving strategic investments
  4. Approving proposals for development, acquisitions and possible disposals
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