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SUSTAINABILITY ACTIVITIES (ESG)

ESG Data

E: Environmental data

(1) KPI

1. Climate Change (GHG Emissions, Energy Use)

Targets Target year Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Unit Boundary
GHG emissions reduction in line with the SBT commitment to address climate change From base year (FY2017*)
(1) 35% reduction (2) 87% reduction
*FY2017 actual: 3,336,472t-CO2
(1) 2030
(2) 2050
3,336,472 3,588,345 4,038,584 3,533,468 t-CO2 100% of Mitsubishi Estate Group*
Renewable Energy Rate (1) 25%
(2) 100%
(1) 2030
(2) 2050
- 1.3% 1.1% 3.1% 100% of Mitsubishi Estate Group*
Energy consumption - - - 1,138,078 1,242,153 1,024,802 MWh
- Renewable energy consumption - - - 14,685 14,005 31,804 MWh
- Renewable electricity usage - - - 12,585 11,731 29,242 MWh
- Renewable Energy Certificate usage - - - 2,100 2,274 2,562 MWh

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  • As a general rule, target group companies are selected based on actual control approach. Properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.
    (However, under GRESB, properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are 20% and over are included.)

2. Resources (Waste, Water, Forestry Resources, etc.)

Targets Target year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Unit Boundary
Waste generated per unit of floor space 20% reduction from FY2019
FY2019 actual: 7.1kg/m²
2030 11.1 7.1 5.0 kg/m² 100% of Mitsubishi Estate Group*1
Waste generated - - 74,595 54,114 39,221 t
- Japan - - 74,595 52,081 38,750 t
- Overseas - - - 2,033 471 t
Area floor - - 6,750,610 7,591,269 7,807,417
Recycling rate 90.0% 2030 45.5% 55.2% 60.5% 100% of Mitsubishi Estate Group*1
Waste recycled - - 33,923 29,878 23,742 t
- Japan - - 33,923 29,351 23,636 t
- Overseas - - - 527 106 t
Recycled water usage rate 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 100% 100% 100% Newly constructed*2, large-scale*3 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan
Japan-grown timber usage rate 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal - 71.8% 69.3% Mitsubishi Estate Home
(structural materials and floor
materials for detached housing)

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  • Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.
  • Completed in 2002 onward
  • Floor area: 100,000m² or more

(2) Other

Basic Data on Target Properties

Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Total floor area (m²) 6,761,510 6,750,610 7,591,269 7,807,417
Number of target properties 90 97 112 111

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Independent assurance has been obtained for fiscal 2019 and 2020 results in (1) through (3) below.

Independent Third-Party Assurance Report

1. Climate Change (GHG Reduction and Energy Management)

GHG Emissions
Fiscal 2017 (base year) Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Percentage of
total emissions
Percentage of
Scope 3 breakdown
Emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Percentage of
total emissions
Percentage of
Scope 3 breakdown
Change from 2017
(base year)
Emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Percentage of
total emissions
Percentage of
Scope 3 breakdown
Change from 2017
(base year)
Emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Percentage of
total emissions
Percentage of
Scope 3 breakdown
Change from 2017
(base year)
Total GHG emissions (Scope 1+Scope 2+Scope 3) 3,336,472 0.4935 100% - 3,588,345 0.5316 100% - 7.5% 4,038,584 0.5320 100% - 21.0% 3,533,468 0.4526 100% - 5.9%
Scope 1 120,634 0.0178 3.6% - 108,289 0.0160 3.0% - -10.2% 118,351 0.0156 2.9% - -1.9% 116,914 0.0150 3.31% - -3.1%
- CO2 119,989 - 3.60% - 107,011 - 2.98% - - 117,264 - 2.90% - - 117,264 - 3.25% - -
- CH4 0 - 0.00% - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - -
- N2O 0 - 0.00% - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - -
- HFCs 645 - 0.02% - 1,278 - 0.04% - - 1,087 - 0.03% - - 2,185 - 0.06% - -
- PFCs 0 - 0.00% - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - -
- SF6 0 - 0.00% - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - -
- Other 0 - 0.00% - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - - 0 - 0.00% - -
Scope 2 575,262 0.0851 17.2% - 564,033 0.0836 15.7% - -2.0% 584,832 0.0770 14.5% - 1.7% 488,695 0.0626 13.83% - -15.0%
Scope 1 + Scope 2 695,896 0.1029 20.9% - 672,322 0.0996 18.7% - -3.4% 703,184 0.0926 17.4% - 1.0% 605,609 0.0776 17.14% - -13.0%
Scope 3 2,640,576 - 79.1% 100% 2,916,023 - 81.3% 100% 10.4% 3,335,400 - 82.6% 100% 26.3% 2,927,858 - 82.86% 100% 10.9%
- Category 1: Purchased goods and services 74,329 - 2.23% 2.8% 77,035 - 2.15% 2.6% 3.6% 87,211 - 2.16% 2.6% 17.3% 55,037 - 1.56% 1.9% -26.0%
- Category 2: Capital goods 990,329 - 29.68% 37.5% 975,004 - 27.17% 33.4% -1.5% 1,134,531 - 28.09% 34.0% 14.6% 1,266,641 - 35.85% 43.3% 27.9%
- Category 3: Fuel and energy-related activities not included in Scope 1 or Scope 2 84,675 - 2.54% 3.2% 77,488 - 2.16% 2.7% -8.5% 132,683 - 3.29% 4.0% 56.7% 117,993 - 3.34% 4.0% 39.3%
- Category 5: Waste
generated in operations
45,571 - 1.37% 1.7% 19,401 - 0.54% 0.7% -57.4% 21,762 - 0.54% 0.7% -52.2% 15,129 - 0.43% 0.5% -66.8%
- Category 6: Business travel 1,151 - 0.03% 0.0% 1,227 - 0.03% 0.0% 6.6% 1,254 - 0.03% 0.0% 9.0% 1,301 - 0.04% 0.0% 13.1%
- Category 7: Employee commuting 1,768 - 0.05% 0.1% 1,885 - 0.05% 0.1% 6.6% 2,848 - 0.07% 0.1% 61.1% 2,936 - 0.08% 0.1% 66.0%
- Category 11: Use of sold products 1,398,021 - 41.90% 52.9% 1,714,888 - 47.79% 58.8% 22.7% 1,905,897 - 47.19% 57.1% 36.3% 1,420,533 - 40.20% 48.5% 1.6%
- Category 12: End-of-life treatment of sold products 44,732 - 1.34% 1.7% 49,095 - 1.37% 1.7% 9.8% 49,214 - 1.22% 1.5% 10.0% 48,289 - 1.37% 1.6% 8.0%

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  • Target group companies are based on actual control standard. As a general rule, facilities in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.
  • Categories 4/8/9/10/13/14/15 are excluded from the scope of calculation for reasons including (1) there is no emission source, (2) they are included in Scope 1 2 or other category, or (3) their contribution within the entirety is negligible.
Breakdown of Energy Consumption
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Electricity
equivalent (MWh)
GJ equivalent value Electricity
equivalent (MWh)
GJ equivalent value Electricity
equivalent (MWh)
GJ equivalent value
Scope 1
- Gas 585,394 2,107,418 628,481 2,267,417 615,532 2,215,915
- Heavy Oil 7,470 26,891 6,645 23,921 6,021 21,675
- Other Oil 4 13 730 1,560 2,026 7,292
Scope 2
- Electricity - - 1,242,153 - 1,024,802 -
- Steam - - 111,208 400,350 80,357 289,286
- Steam Water - - 11,498 41,394 13,629 49,064
- Cold Water - - 105,480 379,727 104,312 375,525

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  • Scope: the same as for the SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
GHG Emissions, Energy Use and Other Data by Type of Property
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Floor area
(1,000m²)
GHG emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Energy use
(GJ)
Per unit
(GJ/m²)
Number of
target properties
Floor area
(1,000m²)
GHG emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Energy use
(GJ)
Per unit
(GJ/m²)
Number of
target properties
Floor area
(1,000m²)
GHG emissions
(t-CO2)
Per unit
(t-CO2/m²)
Energy use
(GJ)
Per unit
(GJ/m²)
Number of
target properties
Office buildings 5,051 485,312 0.1 5,564,242 1.1 51 4,596 356,063 0.08 3,255,690 0.71 51 4,667 307,934 0.07 2,960,906 0.63 53
Commercial facilities 1,024 90,812 0.09 1,443,189 1.41 20 1,727 154,535 0.09 1,551,447 0.90 29 1,831 137,402 0.08 1,412,010 0.77 29
Hotels 149 13,043 0.09 251,669 1.69 11 212 36,722 0.17 328,227 1.55 12 336 15,830 0.05 176,634 0.53 14

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  • Scope: the same as for SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
  • Other uses not included in calculations for table above

2. Waste and Resources

Waste Generated, Recycled, and Recycling Rate by Type of Waste
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Waste generated
(t)
Recycled volume
(t)
Recycling rate Waste generated
(t)
Recycled volume
(t)
Recycling rate Waste generated
(t)
Recycled volume
(t)
Recycling rate
Copier and office automation paper 742 649 87.4% 678 678 100% 509 509 100%
Confidential documents (bulk processed documents) 992 659 66.4% 113 113 100% 166 166 100%
Magazines, pamphlets, and colored paper 2,437 2,253 92.4% 2,470 2,470 100% 1,756 1,756 100%
Newspapers and flyers inserted in newspapers 1,191 1,076 90.4% 695 695 100% 526 526 100%
Corrugated cardboard 10,255 9,419 91.8% 11,096 11,096 100% 8,361 8,361 100%
Miscellaneous paper 3,143 2,328 74.1% 2,015 2,015 100% 1,843 1,843 100%
Other combustible waste (paper waste and miscellaneous waste) 15,454 1,094 7.1% 13,342 675 5.1% 8,768 680 7.8%
Kitchen waste (tea leaves, leftover food, cigarette butts, etc.) 20,070 3,855 19.2% 9,716 3,276 33.7% 5,472 1,892 34.6%
Trees, grass, and fibers, etc. 1,253 69 5.5% 1,016 43 4.3% 633 330 52.0%
Jars 2,462 2,319 94.2% 1,282 1,282 100% 655 655 100%
Cans 3,142 3,060 97.4% 847 847 100% 517 517 100%
Plastic bottles 3,122 2,553 81.8% 1,497 1,497 100% 858 858 100%
Cooking oil 249 237 95.3% 224 224 100% 209 209 100%
Lunch box packaging 1,203 662 55.0% 1,402 775 55.3% 767 472 61.5%
Other (waste plastic) 6,191 2,441 39.4% 4,006 2,420 60.4% 3,093 1,782 57.6%
Other (fluorescent lights) 68 35 51.1% 58 58 100% 17 17 100%
Other (industrial waste) 818 554 67.7% 1,478 1,093 74.0% 4,137 2,741 66.2%
Other (includes waste that cannot be sorted into the above) 1,804 661 36.7% 149 97 64.8% 461 322 69.9%
Japan total 74,595 33,923 45.5% 52,081 29,351 56.4% 38,750 23,636 61.0%
Overseas total - - - 2,033 527 25.9% 471 106 22.5%
Grand Total 74,595 33,923 45.5% 54,114 29,878 55.2% 39,221 23,742 60.5%

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  • Scope: the same as for the SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
Waste Generated by Type of Property
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Floor area
(1,000m²)
Waste generated
(t)
Per unit
(kg/m²)
Number of
target properties
Floor area
(1,000m²)
Waste generated
(t)
Per unit
(kg/m²)
Number of
target properties
Floor area
(1,000m²)
Waste generated
(t)
Per unit
(kg/m²)
Number of
target properties
Office buildings 5,051 36,780 7.3 47 5,244 35,611 7.7 54 4,667 21,424 4.6 59
Commercial facilities 1,024 7,218 7.0 20 1,059 15,045 8.7 20 1,831 15,907 8.7 25
Hotels 149 25,520 171.2 11 212 1,809 8.5 12 336 1,329 4.0 15

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  • Scope: the same as for SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
  • Other uses not included in calculations for table above
Hazardous Substance Emissions
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Boundary
Nox (t) 4.7 3.1 4.3 Mitsubishi Estate
Sox (t) 0.0 0.0 0.0 Mitsubishi Estate
PCBs (t)*1 3.2 116.2 28.9 Mitsubishi Estate
Asbestos (t)*2 52.0 104.3 557.1 Mitsubishi Estate

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  • PCB waste is completely detoxified and properly treated so that it does not cause environmental impact using treatment facilities and methods stipulated by the government based on the Act on Special Measures Concerning Promotion of Proper Treatment of PCB Wastes established by the Ministry of the Environment.
  • Emission of construction-related waste containing asbestos. Asbestos is properly processed in a form not involving any environmental impact in accordance with the treatment method stipulated by the government based on the Waste Management and Public Cleansing Act established by the Ministry of the Environment.

3. Water

Water Usage
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Water withdrawal (m³) 5,445,722 5,777,904 6,498,558 4,988,909
- Fresh surface water 0 0 0 0
- Brackish surface water/seawater 0 0 0 0
- Groundwater - renewable - - 132,387 397,248
- Groundwater - non renewable 0 0 0 0
- Produced water/entrained water 0 0 0 0
- Third party sources (municipal potable water) 5,445,722 5,777,904 6,366,171 4,591,661
Water discharge (m³) 2,683,751※2 5,658,971 5,721,372 4,082,675
- Fresh surface water 0 0 0 0
- Brackish surface water/seawater 0 0 0 0
- Groundwater 0 0 0 0
- Third party destinations 2,683,751 5,658,971 5,721,372 4,082,675
Water consumption (m³) 2,761,971 118,933 777,186 906,234
Recycled water (m³) 816,827 1,101,472 1,335,830 797,403

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  • Scope: the same as for the SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
  • As water discharge data was not available at certain facilities, there are discrepancies with the results for fiscal 2018 and fiscal 2019.
Water Usage by Type of Property
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Floor area
(1,000m²)
Water withdrawal
(m³)
Per unit
(m³/m²)
Water discharge
(m³)
Per unit
(m³/m²)
Number of
target facilities
Floor area
(1,000m²)
Water withdrawal
(m³)
Per unit
(m³/m²)
Water discharge
(m³)
Per unit
(m³/m²)
Number of
target facilities
Floor area
(1,000m²)
Water withdrawal
(m³)
Per unit
(m³/m²)
Water discharge
(m³)
Per unit
(m³/m²)
Number of
target facilities
Office buildings 5,051 4,010,966 0.79 3,774,352 0.75 51 4,596 3,094,801 0.67 3,005,493 0.65 51 4,667 2,135,148 0.46 2,028,971 0.44 53
Commercial facilities 1,024 1,210,212 1.18 1,307,182 1.28 20 1,727 2,072,191 1.20 1,996,223 1.16 29 1,831 1,717,983 0.99 1,543,844 0.89 29
Hotels 149 396,446 2.66 434,601 2.92 11 212 426,987 2.01 416,383 1.96 12 336 244,628 1.15 242,543 1.14 14

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  • Scope: the same as for the SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
  • Other uses not included in calculations for table above
Results of Water Risk Analysis Using Aqueduct Water Risk Atlas, a Water Risk Analysis Tool
Overall risk*1 Number of
target properties
Percentage Water withdrawal
(m³)
Water discharge
(m³)
Water consumption
(m³)
0-1 Low 6 5.4% 350,900 350,900 0
1-2 Low-medium 106 94.6% 6,147,658 5,370,472 777,186
2-3 Medium-high 0 0.0% 0 0 0
3-4 High 0 0.0% 0 0 0
4-5 Extremely high 0 0.0% 0 0 0
Total 112 100% 6,498,558 5,721,372 777,186

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  • Definition on Aqueduct: overall water-related risk based on all factors, including physical water volume, water quality, regulations, and reputational risk
  • Scope: the same as for SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
  • Analysis scope: properties covered by the SBT scope in fiscal 2019

4. Energy Saving

Rate of Facilities with Energy-Saving Equipment Adopted/Installed
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Rate of adoption for water-conserving appliances (automatic faucets, water-conserving toilets) 100% 100% 100% Newly constructed*1, large-scale*2 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan
Rate of installation of electric vehicle charging stations 92.3% 92.3% 92.3% Newly constructed*1, large-scale*2 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan
Rate of provision of bicycle parking areas 92.3% 92.3% 100% Newly constructed*1, large-scale*2 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan
Rate of annual adoption for soleco system 71.1% 62.1% 73.7% Mitsubishi Estate Group brand condominiums*3
transferred in the fiscal year
(excludes those with less than 40 units)
Rate of annual adoption for heat insulation functions level 4 100% 100% 100% Mitsubishi Estate Group brand condominiums*3
transferred in the fiscal year
Rate of annual adoption for primary energy consumption level 4 100% 100% 100% Mitsubishi Estate Group brand condominiums*3
transferred in the fiscal year

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  • Completed in 2002 onward
  • Floor area: 100,000m² or more
  • Only includes The Parkhouse brand properties supplied by Mitsubishi Estate Residence

5. Green Building Certification

Comprehensive Certification
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
CASBEE certification (includes self-certifications and expired certifications) Mitsubishi Estate Group*1
- Number of certified properties 7 8 10 12
- Total floor area of certified properties (m²) 1,029,650 1,203,704 1,247,375 1,280,499
- Certification rate (ratio of total floor area to SBT-target properties) 15.4% 18.0% 16.6% 16.4%
Development Bank of Japan (DBJ) Green Building certification Mitsubishi Estate Group*1
- Number of certified properties 8 8 9 11
- Total floor area of certified properties (m²) 951,213 951,213 962,693 1,068,980
- Certification rate (ratio of total floor area to SBT-target properties) 11.2% 13.8% 12.8% 13.7%
LEED Mitsubishi Estate Group*1
- Number of certified properties 2 2 2 2
- Total floor area of certified properties (m²) 408,665 408,665 408,665 408,665
- Certification rate (ratio of total floor area to SBT-target properties) 6.1% 6.1% 5.4% 5.2%
Total Mitsubishi Estate Group*1
- Number of certified properties*2 10 11 14 18
- Total floor area of certified properties*2 (m²) 1,625,651 1,799,705 1,854,856 1,994,267
- Certification rate (ratio of total floor area to SBT-target properties) 24.2% 26.9% 24.6% 25.5%
SBT-target floor area*3 6,704,442 6,693,542 7,534,201 7,807,417 Mitsubishi Estate Group*1

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  • Scope: the same as for the SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which the Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
  • When both CASBEE and DBJ Green Building certification have been obtained for the same property, it is counted as one property so as to calculate the total value without any duplication.
  • Only includes properties eligible for certification
Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Certification
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Building-housing Energy-efficiency Labeling System (BELS) Mitsubishi Estate Group*
- Number of certified properties 1 1 1 1
- Total floor area of certified properties (m²) 108,350 108,350 108,350 108,350
- Certification rate (ratio of total floor area to SBT-target properties) 1.6% 1.6% 1.4% 1.4%

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  • Scope: the same as for SBT scope (Target organizations are selected based on actual control approach. As a general rule, properties in which Mitsubishi Estate Group's ownership or trust beneficiary rights are less than 50% are not included in data calculations.)
Biodiversity Certification
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Number of projects recognized with ABINC certification 22 15 22 26 Mitsubishi Estate Group

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6. Other

Environmental Accidents or Violations of Environmental Laws and Regulations
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Violations of environmental laws and regulations 0 1 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
- Of which those related to water quality and water volume 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
Environmental accidents 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
Environment related fines and penalties (yen) 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group

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Environmental Management System Certification
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Percentage of business sites with environmental management system certification 42.2% 40.5% 1.4% 1.7% Mitsubishi Estate Group

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Biodiversity Exposure & Assessment
Fiscal 2016 Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Overall Mitsubishi Jisho Residence
- the total number of sites used for operational activities 24 26 29 26 19
- the total area used for operational activities (m²) 39,569.68 78,413.40 75,415.25 89,428.45 52,736.15
Assessment Mitsubishi Jisho Residence
- the total number of sites conducted biodiversity impact assessments 24 26 29 26 19
- the total area conducted biodiversity impact assessments (m²) 39,569.68 78,413.40 75,415.25 89,428.45 52,736.15
Exposure Mitsubishi Jisho Residence
- the number of sites in close proximity to critical biodiversity* 0 0 0 0 0
- the total area in close proximiy to critical biodiversity* (m²) 0 0 0 0 0
Management plans Mitsubishi Jisho Residence
- the total number of sites with biodiversity management plan 0 0 0 0 0
- the total area with biodiversity management plan (m²) 0 0 0 0 0

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  • World Heritage sites

S: Social data

(1) KPI

Diversity & Inclusion

Targets Target Year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Paid leave utilization 5% increase from fiscal 2018 (66.0%) 2020 72.9% 68.0% 59.8% Mitsubishi Estate
Average number of used paid leave days 12 or more Every year 13.6 12.4 10.8 Mitsubishi Estate
Ratio of female new graduate hires Above 30% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 31.4% 37.8% 37.8% Mitsubishi Estate
Female subsection chiefs as percentage of all subsection chiefs 30% 2025 19.7% 21.2% 24.5% Mitsubishi Estate
Ratio of female managers Above 10% 2030 5.9% 5.8% 7.1% 5 Group companies*
Rate of male employees taking childcare leave of absence 100% 2030 12.6% 17.1% 42.4% 5 Group companies*
Rate of female employees taking childcare leave of absence 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 100% 98.7% 100% 5 Group companies*
Rate of reinstatement to work after maternity/childcare leave 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 96.7% 93.8% 94.8% 5 Group companies*
Employment rate of persons with disabilities 2.20% Fiscal 2020 ongoing goal 2.22% 2.23% 2.20% 5 Group companies*

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  • Mitsubishi Estate, Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management, Mitsubishi Estate Residence, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Mitsubishi Real Estate Services

Health Management

Targets Target Year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Percentage of high-risk group for metabolic syndrome (1) 25.6% (2) 14.6%
(equivalent to national average;
approximately 60% of FY2019 percentage)
(1) Fiscal 2025 (2) Fiscal 2030 - 36.4% 39.5% Mitsubishi Estate*1
Percentage of healthy group (1) 20.85% (2) 32.8%
(equivalent to national average;
approximately 370% of FY2019 percentage)
(1) Fiscal 2025 (2) Fiscal 2030 - 8.9% 10.1% Mitsubishi Estate*1
Cancer screening rate 90.0% Every year from FY2021 – FY2030 - - 80.7% Mitsubishi Estate*1
High stress group Maintain percentage of 10% or lower
(national average: 10%)
Every year from FY2021 – FY2030 - 5.5% 4.7% Mitsubishi Estate*2

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  • Applies to head and branch office employees
  • Includes seconded staff

Resilient Urban Development

Targets Target Year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Rate of employees with first aid provider qualification 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 64.0% 61.0% 63.0% 3 Group companies*

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  • Mitsubishi Estate, Mitsubishi Jisho Retail Management, Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management

Other

Targets Target Year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Employee absentee rate 0% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 0.8% 0.8% 0.9% 5 Group companies*1
Rate of provision of accessible toilets 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 100% 100% 100% Newly constructed*2, large-scale*3 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan
Rate of barrier-free buildings 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 100% 100% 100% Newly constructed*2, large-scale*3 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan
Rate of awareness of Mitsubishi Estate Group CSR Procurement Guidelines 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 100% 100% 100% Newly constructed*2, large-scale*3 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan

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  • Mitsubishi Estate, Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management, Mitsubishi Estate Residence, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Mitsubishi Real Estate Services
  • Completed in 2002 onward
  • Total floor area: 100,000m² or more

(2) Other

1. Human Resources

I) Mitsubishi Estate Group Employment Conditions
Number of employees
Fiscal 2016 Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage
Total number of employees 8,496 100% 8,726 100% 9,715 100% 9,859 100% 10,301 100%
(Men) 6,150 72.4% 6,259 71.7% 6,962 71.7% 7,023 71.2% 7,125 69.2%
(Women) 2,346 27.6% 2,467 28.3% 2,753 28.3% 2,836 28.8 3,176 30.8%

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  • The number of companies covered may differ depending the fiscal year
  • Calculated total number of employees may differ from the figures reported in the financial report since some companies do not provide data by gender.
Number of employees by location (Fiscal 2020)
Japan UK US Singapore Total
9,476 81 379 46 9,982

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Number of employees and percentage by business division (fiscal 2020)
Number of employees Percentage
Commercial Property Business 3,865 38.7%
Residential Business 3,365 33.7%
International Business 365 3.7%
Investment Management 301 3.0%
Architectural Design and Engineering 1,400 14.0%
Other 373 3.7%
Corporate Group (Mitsubishi Estate) 313 3.1%
Total 9,982 100%

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Number of new hires and people leaving the company
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
New employees 870 1,448 1,146 700
Number of employees leaving company
(including those retiring at mandatory retirement age)
761 894 748 372

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II) Mitsubishi Estate Employment Conditions (As of March 31, 2021)
Workforce breakdown
Fiscal 2016 Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage
Men 1,257 79.5% 1,245 78.1% 1,249 77.1% 1,233 75.7% 1,201 72.7%
(Of which, regular employees) 1,107 70.0% 1,097 68.8% 1,108 68.4% 1,080 66.3% 1,093 66.2%
- Of which, managers 693 43.8% 706 44.3% 690 42.6% 668 41.0% 650 39.4%
- Of which, non-managerial employees 414 26.2% 391 24.5% 418 25.8% 412 25.3% 443 26.8%
(Of which, short-term contract workers) 150 9.5% 148 9.3% 141 8.7% 153 9.4% 108 6.5%
Women 325 20.5% 350 21.9% 372 22.9% 396 24.3% 450 27.3%
(Of which, regular employees) 220 13.9% 228 14.3% 283 17.5% 306 18.8% 330 20.0%
- Of which, managers 32 2.0% 39 2.4% 42 2.6% 39 2.4% 39 2.4%
- Of which, non-managerial employees 188 11.9% 189 11.8% 241 14.9% 267 16.4% 291 17.6%
(Of which, short-term contract workers) 105 6.6% 122 7.6% 89 5.5% 90 5.5% 120 7.3%
Total 1,582 100% 1,595 100% 1,621 100% 1,629 100% 1,651 100%
(Of which, regular employees) 1,327 83.9% 1,325 83.1% 1,391 85.8% 1,386 85.1% 1,423 86.2%
- Of which, managers 725 45.8% 745 46.7% 732 45.2% 707 43.4% 689 41.7%
- Of which, non-managerial employees 602 38.1% 580 36.4% 659 40.7% 679 41.7% 734 44.5%
(Of which, short-term contract workers) 255 16.1% 270 16.9% 230 14.2% 243 14.9% 228 13.8%

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Workforce profile, by age bracket (fiscal 2020)
Total 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 and over
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage
Men 1,201 72.7% 149 58.9% 311 68.4% 238 69.0% 458 85.0% 45 76.3%
Women 450 27.3% 104 41.1% 144 31.6% 107 31.0% 81 15.0% 14 23.7%
Total 1,651 100% 253 100% 455 100% 345 100% 539 100% 59 100%

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Percentage of female managers (As of the end of each fiscal year)
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Female employees as percentage of all employees 20.5% 21.9% 24.3% 27.3%
Female subsection chiefs as percentage of all subsection chiefs 17.0% 19.7% 21.2% 24.5%
Female managers as percentage of all managers 4.4% 5.2% 5.5% 5.7%
Female junior managers as percentage of all junior managers 14.5% 16.2% 15.4% 14.5%
Female middle managers as percentage of all middle managers 3.4% 3.0% 3.7% 3.5%
Female senior managers as percentage of all senior managers 0.0% 0.0% 1.3% 1.2%
Female non-back office managers as percentage of all non-back office managers 5.1% 6.2% 6.9% 6.7%
Female employees in STEM-related positions as percentage of total STEM positions - - - 26.4%

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New hires and people leaving the company
Fiscal 2016 Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
New employees 63 64 90 104 115
(Breakdown by gender)
- Male percentage - - - - 74.8%
- Female percentage - - - - 25.2%
(Breakdown by age)
- Percentage of < 30 years old - - - - 44.3%
- Percentage of 30-50 years old - - - - 26.1%
- Percentage of > 50 years old - - - - 29.6%
(Breakdown by nationality)
- Percentage of Japanese nationality - - - - 97.4%
- Percentage of other nationalities - - - - 2.6%
(Breakdown by positions)
- Percentage of non-managers - - - - 74.8%
- Percentage of junior managers - - - - 5.2%
- Percentage of middle managers - - - - 6.1%
- Percentage of senior managers - - - - 13.9%
New graduate hires 28 33 35 37 45
- Male percentage 75.0% 60.6% 68.6% 62.2% 62.2%
- Female percentage 25.0% 39.4% 31.4% 37.8% 37.8%
Mid-career hires 6 3 23 22 36
- Male percentage 83.3% 100% 65.2% 36.4% 80.6%
- Female percentage 16.7% 0.0% 34.8% 63.6% 19.4%
Rehired contract employees 29 28 32 45 34
- Male percentage - - - - 85.3%
- Female percentage - - - - 14.7%
Number of employees leaving company
(including those retiring at mandatory retirement age)
43 38 49 77 48
(Breakdown by gender)
- Male percentage - - - - 83.3%
- Female percentage - - - - 16.7%
(Breakdown by age)
- Percentage of < 30 years old - - - - 2.1%
- Percentage of 30-50 years old - - - - 2.1%
- Percentage of > 50 years old - - - - 95.8%
(Breakdown by nationality)
- Percentage of Japanese nationality - - - - 100%
- Percentage of other nationalities - - - - 0.0%
(Breakdown by positions)
- Percentage of non-managers - - - - 22.9%
- Percentage of junior managers - - - - 12.5%
- Percentage of middle managers - - - - 18.8%
- Percentage of senior managers - - - - 45.8%
Percentage of employees leaving for personal reasons 0.2% 0.6% 1.2% 1.2% 0.1%
Total employee turnover rate 0.2% 0.6% 1.2% 5.6% 3.4%

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Average number of years of continuous service by gender
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Men 19.5 19.6 19.1
Women 16.9 15.3 14.3

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Labor union
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Labor union members as percentage of employees* 71.7% 70.0% 70.3% 74.8%
- Numerator 615 630 657 713
- Denominator 858 900 934 953

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  • Excluding employees in managerial positions
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Number of labor standard infringements or allegations against the company 0 0 0 0

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2. Diversity

Health & safety (Employee)
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Total accidents 2 1 2 1 Mitsubishi Estate
- Deaths 0 0 0 0
- Lost working time 0 1 0 0
- Total working days lost 0 71 0 0
Absentee rate 0.91% 0.94% 0.67% 0.76% Mitsubishi Estate
Injury rate 0.001% 0.0005% 0.001% 0.0005% Mitsubishi Estate
Lost day incident rate*1 0% 2.316% 0% 0% Mitsubishi Estate
Lost-time injury frequency rate (LTIFR) 1.35% 0.66% 1.30% 0.63% Mitsubishi Estate
Medical examination rate - 97% 100% 100% Mitsubishi Estate
Average hours of overtime per month - 20.3 19.9 21.4 5 Group companies*2
Percentage of employees taking health and safety training*3 93.2% 95.0% 100% 100% Mitsubishi Estate
Number of employees taking health and safety training*3 41 19 21 25 Mitsubishi Estate

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  • Total number of lost day due to injury/ Total number of actual working hours X 1,000
  • Mitsubishi Estate, Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management, Mitsubishi Estate Residence, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Mitsubishi Real Estate Services
  • This training is provided through newly-appointed Manager Class 1 training
Employee satisfaction and customer satisfaction
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Employee satisfaction/percentage of high ratings*1 - - 84.5% 86.7% Mitsubishi Estate
Overall customer satisfaction with sales/percentage of high ratings*2 - 82.6% 86.4% 86.7% Mitsubishi Estate Residence
Overall customer satisfaction with sales/percentage of replies - 100% 100% 100% Mitsubishi Estate Residence
Customer satisfaction with sales service/percentage of high ratings*3 91.0% 91.0% 91.5% 94.4% Mitsubishi Estate Home
Customer satisfaction with buildings/percentage of high ratings*3 83.0% 95.0% 83.0% 88.0% Mitsubishi Estate Home

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  • Percentage of employees answering "Yes" to the question "Do you feel your job is rewarding?" on an employee questionnaire
  • Up to fiscal 2018: percentage of ratings in top 2 out of 7 evaluation levels; From fiscal 2019: percentage of ratings in top 2 out of 5 evaluation levels
  • Percentage of answers in top 2 (Satisfied and Moderately satisfied) out of 5 evaluation levels
Number of employees using personnel programs
Fiscal 2016 Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Unit Boundary
Number of employees taking childcare leave of absence - - 109 116 151 people 5 Group companies*1
Number of employees taking nursing care leave of absence - - 0 0 2 people 5 Group companies*1
Number of employees working shorter hours for childcare and nursing care - - 126 108 120 people 5 Group companies*1
Number of employees using volunteer leave 2 8 28 10 0 Total number of people Mitsubishi Estate
Number of employees using social learning*2 5 7 1 0 0 Total number of people Mitsubishi Estate
Number of employees using volunteer insurance 13 8 2 12 1 Total number of people Mitsubishi Estate Group
Number of employees using subsidies for volunteering 87 36 16 17 0 Total number of people Mitsubishi Estate Group
Number of employees using subsidy program for travel expenses to volunteer in disaster-affected areas*2 17 10 5 3 0 Total number of people Mitsubishi Estate Group

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  • Mitsubishi Estate, Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management, Mitsubishi Estate Residence, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Mitsubishi Real Estate Services
  • Program that allows volunteering during working hours
Human resource development
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Unit Boundary
Training time per employee per year 12.4 14.0 14.4 hours per year 5 Group companies*
Training cost per employee per year 77,747 66,501 56,078 yen per year 5 Group companies*

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  • Mitsubishi Estate, Mitsubishi Jisho Property Management, Mitsubishi Estate Residence, Mitsubishi Jisho Sekkei, Mitsubishi Real Estate Services
Human rights
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Unit Boundary
Allegations concerning human rights and harassment 0 0 0 0 cases Mitsubishi Estate
Annual total hours of human rights training at Mitsubishi Estate Group 185,025 204,080 169,090 110,940 minutes Mitsubishi Estate
Annual total number of companies taking human rights training at Mitsubishi Estate Group 34 22 23 29 number Mitsubishi Estate
Annual total participants of human rights training at Mitsubishi Estate Group 544 1,891 1,018 1,600 people Mitsubishi Estate
Annual total hours of human rights training at Mitsubishi Estate 105 101 35,650 54,790 minutes Mitsubishi Estate
Annual total participants of human rights training at Mitsubishi Estate 894 1,116 308 608 people Mitsubishi Estate

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Percentage of employees taking training programs (Mitsubishi Estate)
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Percentage of employees taking sexual harassment prevention training - 100% 97.5% 89.4%
Newly-appointed Manager Class 1 training 93.2% 95.0% 100% 100%

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Resilience
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Rate of buildings that are to take in stranded commuters 92.3% 92.3% 92.3% Newly constructed*1, large-scale*2 office
buildings and commercial facilities in Japan

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  • Completed in 2002 onward
  • Floor area: 100,000m² or more
Annual salary of employees (Mitsubishi Estate)
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Amount (yen) Number of people Amount (yen) Number of people Amount (yen) Number of people Amount (yen) Number of people
Average annual salary of employees 12,290,437 806 12,476,724 899 12,735,234 903 12,675,663 953

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Initial salaries at Mitsubishi Estate
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Unit
Initial salary (monthly salary) 240,000 240,000 260,000 260,000 yen
Comparison to minimum wage* 164% 160% 171% 169% yen

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  • Calculated with reference to the Regional Minimum Wage Revision Conditions data (Tokyo metropolitan area) published by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
Provision of work opportunities (Mitsubishi Estate)
Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Number of students hosted for internships 61 68 71 71

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Supply chain management
Fiscal 2016 Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Number of key suppliers notified of the CSR procurement guidelines 3,326 721 792 459 838

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G: Governance-related data

(1) KPI

1. Corporate Governance

Targets Target year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Attendance at Board of Directors meetings 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 100% 99.3% 100% Mitsubishi Estate

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2. Risk Management and Compliance

Targets Targets year Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Compliance e-learning attendance 100% Fiscal 2030 ongoing goal 97.8% 98.3% 100% Mitsubishi Estate*

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  • Excludes advisors and dispatched employees. Outside Directors included.

(2) Other

1. Corporate Governance

I) Attendance at Board of Directors and Each Committee Meetings (Fiscal 2020)
  • Name, attendance and attendance percentage for chairman of each committee meeting in blue
Title Name Outside
director
The Board of Directors Audit Committee Nominating Committee Remuneration Committee
Attendance Attendance percentage Attendance Attendance percentage Attendance Attendance percentage Attendance Attendance percentage
1 Chairman of the Board Hirotaka Sugiyama 9/9 (100%) - - - - - -
2 Director Junichi Yoshida 9/9 (100%) - - - - - -
3 Director Junichi Tanisawa 9/9 (100%) - - - - - -
4 Director Tetsuji Arimori 9/9 (100%) - - - - - -
5 Director Hiroshi Katayama 9/9 (100%) - - - - - -
6 Director Bunroku Naganuma 9/9 (100%) - - - - - -
7 Director Jo Kato 9/9 (100%) 15/15 (100%) - - - -
8 Director Toru Okusa 9/9 (100%) 15/15 (100%) - - - -
9 Director Tsuyoshi Okamoto 9/9 (100%) - - 5/5 (100%) 6/6 (100%)
10 Director Shin Ebihara 9/9 (100%) - - 5/5 (100%) 6/6 (100%)
11 Director Tetsuo Narukawa 9/9 (100%) 15/15 (100%) - - 6/6 (100%)
12 Director Masaaki Shirakawa 9/9 (100%) - - 5/5 (100%) 6/6 (100%)
13 Director Shin Nagase 9/9 (100%) 15/15 (100%) - - - -
14 Director Setsuko Egami 9/9 (100%) - - 5/5 (100%) 6/6 (100%)
15 Director Iwao Taka 9/9 (100%) 15/15 (100%) - - - -
Total 135/135 (100%) 75/75 (100%) 20/20 (100%) 30/30 (100%)

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II) Remuneration
Remuneration of Directors and Corporate Executive Officers
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Fixed remuneration
(millions of yen)
Performance-based
remuneration
(millions of yen)
Total
(millions of yen)
Number of
target persons
Average per person
(millions of yen)
Fixed remuneration
(millions of yen)
Performance-based
remuneration
(millions of yen)
Total
(millions of yen)
Number of
target persons
Average per person
(millions of yen)
Fixed remuneration
(millions of yen)
Performance-based
remuneration
(millions of yen)
Total
(millions of yen)
Number of
target persons
Average per person
(millions of yen)
Directors 397 - 397 12 33 368 - 368 11 33 365 - 365 10 37
- In-house Director 289 - 289 4 72 260 - 260 3 87 257 - 257 3 86
- Outside Director 107 - 107 8 13 108 - 108 8 14 108 - 108 7 15
Executive officers 568 573 1,142 14 82 551 529 1,081 13 83 620 545 1,166 15 78

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Remuneration paid to Chairman of the Board and CEO
Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020
Monetary
remuneration
(millions of yen)
Stock remuneration
(millions of yen)
Total
(millions of yen)
Monetary
remuneration
(millions of yen)
Stock remuneration
(millions of yen)
Total
(millions of yen)
Monetary
remuneration
(millions of yen)
Stock remuneration
(millions of yen)
Total
(millions of yen)
Chairman of the Board 141 - 141 138 - 138 138 - 138
CEO 79 82 161 79 86 166 79 79 159

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Number of shares of the Company held by Directors
Title Name Outside director Term of office served as Director (years) Number of shares held (thousand)
1 Chairman of the Board Hirotaka Sugiyama 14 56.5
2 Director Junichi Yoshida 5 64.1
3 Director Junichi Tanisawa 7 44.4
4 Director Tetsuji Arimori 3 33.9
5 Director Hiroshi Katayama 5 31.8
6 Director Hitoshi Kubo 0 3.2
7 Director Jo Kato 10 58.1
8 Director Noboru Nishigai 0 28.2
9 Director Tsuyoshi Okamoto 2 0.4
10 Director Shin Ebihara 6 -
11 Director Tetsuo Narukawa 3 -
12 Director Masaaki Shirakawa 5 -
13 Director Shin Nagase 5 0.1
14 Director Setsuko Egami 6 1.2
15 Director Iwao Taka 5 0.4
Average - 5.1 26.8

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  • As of june 29, 2021
Number of shares of the Company held by Corporate Executive Officers
Title Name Number of the shares of
the Company held (thousand)
1 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, President & Chief Executive Officer Junichi Yoshida 64
2 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, Deputy President Junichi Tanisawa 44
3 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, Executive Vice President Tetsuji Arimori 33
4 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, Executive Vice President Hidemi Waki 42
5 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, Executive Vice President Futoshi Chiba 31
6 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, Executive Vice President Hiroshi Katayama 31
7 Representative Corporate Executive Officer, Executive Vice President Kenji Hosokane 27
8 Senior Executive Officer Keiji Takano 20
9 Senior Executive Officer Atsushi Nakajima 22
10 Senior Executive Officer Yuji Fujioka 21
11 Senior Executive Officer Bunroku Naganuma 22
12 Senior Executive Officer Toru Kimura 26
13 Senior Executive Officer Yutaro Yotsuzuka 15
14 Senior Executive Officer Ikuo Ono 23
15 Corporate Executive Officer Hitoshi Kubo 3
Average 28.3

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  • As of june 29, 2021
III) Number of Directors by Gender
Male Female Total
Number Percentage Number Percentage Number Percentage
In-house Director 6 40.0% 1 6.7% 7 46.7%
Outside Director 8 53.3% 0 0.0% 8 53.3%
Total 14 93.3% 1 6.7% 15 100%

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  • As of March 31, 2021

2. Risk Management and Compliance

Fiscal 2017 Fiscal 2018 Fiscal 2019 Fiscal 2020 Boundary
Number of consultations and reports via the Mitsubishi Estate Group help line 64 63 75 44 Mitsubishi Estate Group
- Number concerning discrimination - - - 0 -
- Number concerning harassment - - - 8 -
Number of major compliance violations (violations of Mitsubishi Estate Group Code of Conduct and Group Guidelines for Conduct) 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
Fines (amount) for violations of Anti-Monopoly Act or other regulations 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
Number of cases investigated under Anti-Monopoly Act or other regulations 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
Number of incidents of illicit conduct related to corruption, bribery or other illicit conduct 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group
Number of cases investigated due to suspicion of corruption, bribery or other illicit conduct 0 0 0 0 Mitsubishi Estate Group

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Amount of tax paid in each country by the Mitsubishi Estate Group
  • (Unit: Millions of yen)
Fiscal 2019
Japan 43,264
US 1,184
UK 1,176
Singapore 81
Other 92
Total 45,797

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