With its Green Mission, Green Finance focuses on sustainability in its core areas of property, renewable energy and financial investments.

When compared internationally, Austrian forests clearly distinguish themselves from those in other countries:

/ Forests have a dual function in this country: they serve, on the one hand, as recreational areas and, on the other, as suppliers of raw materials. Forests are publicly accessible in this country and thus serve as sites for local recreation.

/ An essential advantage is obtained through their management: people not only prefer to walk in well- kept forests, but also use them to obtain a valuable resource, located directly in front of their own front door.

/ Wood is also used as a raw material, a building material and a valuable fuel.

Responsibility & Sustainability

With its Green Mission, Green Finance focuses on sustainability in its core areas of property, renewable energy and financial investments.
The Green Finance Group has set itself the mission of putting sustainability at the heart of what it does, which is why the Global Goals are integrated into relevant strategies and programmes and, if necessary, action plans and measures are elaborated. The thematic focus is based on the Responsibility & Sustainability Report.
The Green Finance Group now owns and manages more than 20 hectares of forest in Austria, and that number is rising. The company is careful to promote mixed forests in particular and has a very long-term approach in this respect.
Company-owned land in Upper Austria
has been reserved for the planting of
10,000 trees.
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  • Satisfaction and customer benefits come first
  • High quality standards for capital products
  • High tenant satisfaction in real estate projects
  • Reliable and timely handling of all services
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The Environment

  • The generation of renewable energy as a focus when it comes to products, office locations and real estate projects
  • A focus on environmental standards when producing printed products
  • Avoidance of soil sealing in real estate projects
  • Working together with nature conservation, monument protection and animal welfare when realising our real estate projects
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  • Shareholders are obligated to act responsibly towards the company
  • Involvement, motivation and participation of employees through the share programme
  • High equity ratio for long-term, crisis-proof corporate stability
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Green Finance is also focussing on sustainability when it comes to mobility in everyday working life. By 2023, 72% of our vehicles will be electric or hybrid. The aim is to increase this to 75% by 2024. To achieve this, combustion engines are gradually being replaced with hybrid or electric vehicles.

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Community and Social Engagement

/ Supporting children’s cancer aid through fundraising at company events

/ Strong commitment and support from the company for the charitable projects of its business partners

/ Individual sponsorships for business partners of sports and exercise programmes for children

St. Isidore Project

The Green Finance Group donated EUR 5,000 to St Isidor in the course of a painting project for the new Green Business Center Linz and will receive 26 paintings in return. The money will be used to support the children at Villa Kunterbunt.

Background: In St Isidor, children are supported in curative educational and fully supervised residential groups. The lives of the children and young people do not only unfold at school and in the residential groups. The children enjoy spending time at "Villa Kunterbunt" in Isidor, an educational recreational programme made available by their department.

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Support for WEGA

For the purposes of sensible use of our vacant office building at Leberstrasse 122 in Vienna's 11th district, we made it available to the WEGA task force. WEGA used our building for shooting, tactics, hostage liberation and anti- terrorism exercises. The WEGA task force is a special unit of the Austrian police in the federal capital Vienna. WEGA is primarily required for operations with an increased degree of risk. Although WEGA has been reformed many times over the years, it is the oldest special police unit in Austria.

As a thank you for the opportunity to train with us in the empty building, WEGA organised an on-site demonstration where visitors could experience WEGA's professionalism live. This performance was, for all of us, an experience that will remain in our memories for a long time to come.

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Lichtblickhof Project

It is hard to imagine anything worse than finding out that your child is terminally ill. This makes it all the more important to use the time you have left together wisely. The Lichtblickhof is a residential home for children with serious and life-shortening illnesses. The team at the Lichtblickhof and the specially trained therapy horses and animals support families with the most difficult fates. Regardless of diagnoses and prognoses, it is possible here to gather moments of joy and strength for the tasks that remain to be accomplished. The Green Finance Group is financially committed to the Lichtblickhof and always donates a considerable amount of money to this wonderful institution in December.

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Children's Cancer Aid

On the occasion of the 40th birthday of our CEO, Dipl. Ing. (FH) Christian Schauer, the guests were asked to give donations to the Upper Austrian Children's Cancer Aid (Oberösterreichische Kinder-Krebs-Hilfe) instead of presents. This resulted in a hefty sum of EUR 4,845. The 40th-birthday celebration was held in a small but beautiful setting, with an 80s theme. Dipl. Päd. Christiane Mundl, Deputy Chairwoman of Upper Austrian Children's Cancer Aid also gave a speech and received the check on site.

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Revitalisation of existing properties and restoration of usability for the regions.

Real Estate Project

In the municipality of Weng im Innkreis, an old building destined to be demolished stood in the middle of the town. Here, a long, vacant mixed area (an old farm with commercial space) is being completely revived. The building has now been demolished and professionally recycled and is being converted into modern and affordable living spaces.

A special focus is on recycling the old building: usable parts are sold, old wood is turned into wood carvings, the bricks are shredded and used for industrial construction, and the crushed concrete is used for the construction of the new building.

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Green Business
Center Linz

2020 saw the start of planning for the Green Business Center Linz (GBC Linz for short). While the raw material gas was still used for commercial properties for cost reasons, the Green Finance Group opted for sustainable heating in the form of an air-source heat pump on the roof.

This makes the company one of the pioneers in the region, and proud to have implemented one of the first commercial buildings of this form. By using a heat pump, an efficient solution for heating and air conditioning was achieved: in summer, the air source heat pump is turned over and cools in a resource- conserving manner.

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Real Estate Project

In 2019, construction began for the already leased property in Mauerkirchen in the state of Upper Austria. An old, vacant former furniture store was turned into a family and environmentally friendly rental property with 38 bright family apartments with a low energy standard.

A special focus was placed on realising maximum, and sensible, use of the area. Among other things, a communal garden with a children's playground was thus created on the roof terrace, which is available to all tenants.

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Green Business
Center Wien

The Green Business Center Wien (GBC Wien for short) is one of our flagship projects when it comes to sustainable real estate.
Construction will be completed in about 2027. Particular attention is paid to sustainability and conservation of resources in the course of implementation.

For example, natural building materials, such as wooden floors, are laid in the office areas. Geothermal energy in the form of depth probes will be used for heating and cooling the building. Photovoltaic modules are also planned. A great deal of attention is also paid to minimising energy consumption: the aim is to optimise the building envelope.

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