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ESG Principles and Practices

As a registered investment advisor, Quadrant is a fiduciary to our clients.  Our primary responsibility is to add economic value to investment portfolios over the long-term, in accordance with client investment parameters and objectives.  Quadrant believes that environmental, social, and corporate governance (“ESG”) factors can impact long-term performance on investments.  Specific to real estate, we understand the impact buildings have on people, communities, and the environment and that issues such as climate change, regulatory environments and building operational efficiencies will increasingly impact lending decisions and financial performance.

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To promote sustainability, Quadrant considers environmental risks and other climate related issues prior to making an investment and over the life of the investment, including energy efficiency, reducing carbon footprint, and identifying and protecting against:

  • Wind, water, fire, and earthquake risks

  • Land and groundwater contamination

  • Water supply

  • Asbestos

  • Lead in drinking water


Quadrant corporate initiatives and client investment mandates contribute to community enhancement. For example:

  • Full and part-time hiring

  • Flexible hours and work from home

  • Internships and mentoring programs

  • Supporting employee volunteering for worthy causes

  • Celebrate DEI


Responsible investing and stewardship are embedded in Quadrant’s governance structure and company culture to:

  • Foster a compliance and regulatory driven culture

  • Achieve excellent, sustainable, long-term returns

  • Meet or exceed client investment objectives

  • Be at the forefront of best practices

Learn more by reading our ESG Policy Statement in its entirety below

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