The Mitsui Fudosan Group's Statement, Vision, and Mission embody management's basic philosophy and vision of bringing affluence and comfort to urban living. Since their formulation in 1999, they have guided the Mitsui Fudosan Group as an integrated management policy.
The Mitsui Fudosan Group's Statement, Vision, and Mission embody management's basic philosophy and vision. Since their formulation in 1999, they have guided the Mitsui Fudosan Group as an integrated management policy.
Seeking to link diverse values and coexist in harmony with society, as symbolized by the Mitsui Fudosan logo, we will work to foster social and economic development as well as preservation of the global environment.
- Under , we will aim for a society that enriches both people and the planet.
By bringing knowledge and experience together in diverse ways, we seek to advance the real estate business and create new value, both at home and abroad, proactively responding to global changes in social environments and market structures.
We seek to create a profitable and growing Mitsui Fudosan Group, acting honestly and fairly to realize the capabilities of the entire organization.
The Mitsui Fudosan Group is committed to social and economic development as well as global environmental preservation under the principles of harmony and coexistence while working to link diverse values as represented by its corporate logo. Under our principle, we recognize the need to create neighborhoods that remain in tune with environmental concerns. This principle therefore reflects our aim to help establish a society that enriches both people and the planet.
In VISION 2025, our objective is to achieve a sustainable society and drive continual profit growth by addressing ESG issues based on the philosophy of the Mitsui Fudosan & logo.
Through these efforts, we will help to realize Society 5.0 and achieve SDGs.
Guided by its Group Environmental Policy, the Mitsui Fudosan Group engages in the three core environmental activities of load reduction (reducing the impact of products and services on the environment), quality improvement (enhancing safety, security, and comfort while ensuring sustainability), and cooperation (collaborating and cooperating with various stakeholders) in an integrated manner.
We at Mitsui Fudosan are committed to social and economic development as well as global environmental preservation under the principles of harmony, coexistence and inclusive cooperation represented by our corporate logo. Under the principles of the logo, represents our Group Vision. symbolizes our recognition that urban development is interlinked with the planet and our aim of a society that enriches both people and the planet.
Contributing to the building of a society that realizes the sustainable development of human life is our corporate mission, and we consider this an important business challenge directly related to increasing corporate value. Positioning the promotion of business while addressing collaboration and cooperation with the community, reduction of environmental burden and improvement of security, safety, and comfort as vital to harmonious coexistence with the environment, we endeavor to create urban environments of enrichment and comfort and contribute to the global environment.
Through neighborhood creation, the Mitsui Fudosan Group is actively working to resolve issues in areas such as safety and security, local communities, culture, education, and human rights. We have put in place a Policy for Social Contribution Initiatives to ensure that each Group company and department follows a common and uniform direction. Based on this policy, we are active in four cores areas: the global environment, local communities, culture and education, and international exchange.
In line with our Group Statement that focuses on efforts to bring affluence and comfort to urban living, we actively contribute to society by revitalizing and creating urban areas while engaging in various activities from a global perspective, to provide affluence and comfort with the aim of achieving the sustained development of society and the economy.
The Mitsui Fudosan Group aims to create and maintain optimal corporate governance from the standpoint of improving the soundness, transparency and efficiency of management in order to gain the trust of its stakeholders.
The Mitsui Fudosan Group sets up and manages an internal control system that conforms to the Companies Act. We endeavor to put in place systems to ensure that the execution of business by directors and employees complies with laws and regulations and the Company's Articles of Incorporation. With this in mind, the Board of Directors of Mitsui Fudosan formulated the Basic Policy on the Internal Control System and maintains its proper operation. Moreover, we have also put in place company regulations and systems to ensure that Group directors and employees engage in business activities in an appropriate manner, such as by formulating the Mitsui Fudosan Group Compliance Policy.
The Company is working to ensure compliance through formulation and implementation of a compliance promotion plan, based on its Compliance Rules and other internal rules. The Company has also established a Risk Management Special Committee and put in place a compliance structure to prevent violations of laws and regulations and its Articles of Incorporation.
All information is appropriately stored and managed according to internal rules, including the Document Rules, the Information Management Rules and the Information System Management Rules.
Based on Risk Management Regulations and other internal rules, the Executive Management Committee supervises and controls risk management items concerning the Company or the Mitsui Fudosan Group. It heads two committees charged with uncovering and comprehending risk issues and devising solutions for them-the Strategy Planning Special Committee, which handles business risk management, and the Risk Management Special Committee, which is responsible for management of administrative risk. In addition, the Crisis Management Subcommittee, which reports to the Risk Management Special Committee, was established to meet when necessary to respond to accidents and other highly urgent matters.
To promote the separation and strengthening of the management and executive functions for which directors are responsible, the Company has adopted a corporate officer system, part of a framework intended to ensure that the business of directors is executed efficiently. Concerning the execution of business based on decisions of the Board of Directors, internal rules, including organizational rules and rules governing administrative authority, set forth who is in charge and their responsibilities and promote efficient business by also setting forth procedures for execution.
The Company is working to ensure compliance through formulation and implementation of a compliance promotion plan, based on its Compliance Rules and other internal rules. The Company has also established a Risk Management Special Committee and put in place a compliance structure to prevent violations of laws and regulations and its Articles of Incorporation. In addition, based on its Internal Control System Rules, the Company has established a point of contact for consultation regarding compliance problems both inside and outside the Company. Further, based on Internal Audit Rules, the Internal Audit Department audits the operation of the compliance framework as well as compliance with laws and regulations, and reports to the Board of Directors and the Board of Corporate Auditors.
Through appropriate management of its Subsidiaries and Affiliates Administration Rules and Overseas Affiliates Administration Rules, the Company seeks to ensure the efficient execution of business by directors of its subsidiaries, while management is based on approval and monitoring by Mitsui Fudosan. Each Group company also has in place a compliance framework and Internal Control System based on the Mitsui Fudosan Group Compliance Policies. The Internal Audit Department conducts audits of the subsidiaries' compliance frameworks and their compliance with laws and regulations, and reports to the Board of Directors and the Board of Corporate Auditors.
The Corporate Auditor's Department has been established specifically to assist the corporate auditors with their work, and each corporate auditor has been assigned a dedicated employee. Said employee shall be under the chain of command of the corporate auditor, who shall also evaluate the employee's performance. Transfer of said employee shall take place only upon prior discussion with the corporate auditor.
Corporate auditors attend meetings of the Board of Directors. Full-time corporate auditors also attend meetings of the Executive Management Committee, which oversees internal controls and risk management, receives reports when necessary, and shares these at meetings of the Board of Corporate Auditors. In addition, the corporate auditors receive regular audit reports from the Internal Audit Department and the Company's certified public accountant, and exchange information to build cooperation. Matters that have become subject to internal consulting are reported to the corporate auditors as appropriate via the Risk Management Special Committee, and the Internal Control System Rules contain provisions stating that the act of consulting itself will not be reason for detrimental treatment of the person requesting consultation.
Full-time corporate auditors attend meetings of the Executive Management Committee, which oversees internal controls and risk management, receives reports as necessary, and shares them with the Board of Corporate Auditors. They also work to exchange information as appropriate with the directors and auditors of the Company's subsidiaries, either directly or through relevant departments, and receive progress reports on implementation of internal audits at subsidiaries. Matters subject to internal consulting under the internal consulting system of each Group company are also reported to the Company's corporate auditors as appropriate via the Risk Management Special Committee. Rules regarding each Group company's internal consulting system contain provisions stating that the act of consulting itself will not be reason for detrimental treatment of the person requesting consultation.
Expenses required for the execution of the corporate auditors' duties shall be borne by the Company at cost.
We have engaged in fair business activities based on the highest corporate ethics and worked diligently to garner trust and build a robust brand. However, these tireless efforts to build a robust brand strength can be lost in an instant by the erroneous actions of a single individual. As a result, proper decision-making and behavior will continue to increase in importance. To accomplish this, we regard the practice of compliance as one of our highest priorities for Group management and implement fair and highly transparent corporate activities in accordance with corporate ethics, in addition to observing laws and regulations as well as social norms.
Ensuring legitimate and fair corporate activities by observing laws, regulations, and internal rules, and giving proper consideration to norms of ordinary society, and corporate ethics.