Your lawyers since 1722

42 assets
370,000 m2 total floor area
10,192 tCO2e annual portfolio carbon emissions

The special investment fund Mandatum AM Finland Properties II invests in domestic real estate in Finland’s largest growth centres, mainly outside the capital region. Active and local real estate asset management creates value for investors. Responsibility measures can result in significant changes in the value, liquidity and attractiveness of the properties during the investment period. Such measures are typically financially profitable and can thus benefit investors directly. Through continuous energy efficiency and sustainability investments, the fund strives, in the long term, to meet the tightening expectations and demands of tenants, investors and authorities.


Member of Finland Green Building Council


1. Commit

Commit to only owning a net zero carbon operational asset property portfolio by 2030.

2. Disclose

Measure and disclose energy consumption and carbon emissions of property portfolio annually. Collaborate with the independent Finnish real estate research organisation KTI and other selected partners to achieve this.

3. Act

Continue to implement a decarbonisation plan across portfolio properties that includes energy efficiency measures, on-site renewable energy production and purchasing certified green energy. Gradually compensate remaining carbon footprint through peatland restoration and conservation projects (Trevian Carbon Sink Real Estate I fund) or via other certified compensation platforms.

4. Verify

Verify energy consumption and carbon emissions data via third party verification in collaboration with the independent Finnish real estate research organisation KTI.

5. Advocate

Continue to advocate for industry transformation through membership of several Finnish and international real estate forums. Use these platforms to advocate for net zero buildings and solutions towards a carbon neutral real estate portfolio. Engage stakeholders, such as tenants, service providers and local communities on ESG issues.