Leadership in corporate responsibility

Corporate Governance

CBRE has long been recognised for success and leadership in the commercial real estate services marketplace.

We have led the industry in establishing a global offering and a full spectrum of services. We continue to lead in superior client service, volume of business activity, financial performance and many other measures.

We are now on the way to leading another very important area: Corporate Responsibility.

The concept of responsibility is not new in our company.We've been working diligently in several of these areas for many years. Our people are some of the largest supporters of charitable causes in their communities and our company has led the industry in good governance and ethics practices for some time.

Perhaps our biggest opportunity lies in taking a strong position in support of environmental sustainability. Recent studies have shown that buildings account for as much as 40 percent of the earths greenhouse gas emissions, which are believed to contribute to climate change. As the worlds largest real estate services firm, we directly manage more than 1.7 billion square feet of property and corporate facilities and we advise the owners and occupiers of billions more square feet. Our ability to influence how real estate is built, sourced, occupied and sold is unsurpassed.

By aggregating and sharing our expertise in green building policies, processes and procedures, we can make a tangible impact on improving energy efficiency, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and slowing climate change. We can work with our clients to make their facilities greener, save them money and contribute to the growing battle against climate change.

Corporate Responsibility Report  

For more information on our Corporate Governance practices, view our Corporate Responsibility Report

The report was developed in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 guidelines at the Core level and includes the company’s progress toward implementing the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact.

Modern Slavery Act Statement

We have detailed in our first public statement the specific steps we have taken across our business to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place, and that we meet requirements upon us in line with relevant legislation.

Please click here to view CBRE’s Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement and our Supplier Code of Conduct

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