Our Core Values
Taylor Scott International’s underlying core values are:
In respecting our environment we focus on satisfying all stakeholders by anticipating people’s needs and by not engaging in anything that is not beneficial to society.
Sustainability adds value for all our stakeholders. In this respect, Taylor Scott International wants to lead the way in the real estate and infrastructure markets and treat the environment and natural resources responsibly. This means that we constantly look for sustainable methods for our business operations.
Corporate social responsibility serves as the basis for all our decisions. We are transparent towards all stakeholders in our business operations. Our communication about products, cost structure, risks and opportunities is clear. The decision-making process, revenues and underlying assumptions are communicated openly and clearly.
Our clients experience our professionalism in our ambitious and expert working method, based on standardised investment processes, in which we take responsibility for assignments and agreements. This working method includes advising on the right investment product during the process of raising equity capital, the policy of providing information to the several investment committees during the investment process, the investment approvals as well as the continuous reporting on the funds and asset management for our investment clients.
We aim to be a leading force in providing innovative and distinctive real estate products with strong, long-term commitment to the sectors we carefully select. By investing in thorough research and dedicated teams, we amass authoritative sector and asset expertise and knowledge.
Our real estate investment products generally have a medium to long-term investment horizon for which our clients entrust their money to us. We are committed to do our utmost to serve our clients’ interests in each phase of the investment process, in good and bad times alike. Where possible we aim to align our interests with those of our clients (e.g. through co-investing).