The Investment Corporation seeks to maximize unitholders’ value by reducing funding costs, with a focus on stability, agility, and efficiency.
- Keeping the LTV ratio at an appropriate level to ensure financial health
The upper limit of the LTV ratio is 60%.
(The LTV ratio may exceed the limit temporarily due to acquisitions of properties and changes in appraised value.)
- Raising long-term and fixed-rate funds, considering the characteristics of the Investment Corporation's assets
- Securing financial multi-resources to reduce refinance risk and diversify repayment deadlines
- Developing a system for raising funds promptly to acquire properties
- Efficient cash management
- Achieving low interest rates through stable asset management
- “LTV ratio” is the ratio of the sum of the balance of borrowings and investment corporation bonds to total assets.