Star Asia Investment Corporation

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1A diversified REIT developing its portfolio with diversified assets located mainly in Greater Tokyo

Star Asia Investment Management Co., Ltd. (Asset Manager) determines investment stance for each asset type and each area based on its own analysis.
Investment policy for the time being calls for focused investment in real estate, etc. in Greater Tokyo, which serves as the center of economy, culture, and population for Japan.
While focusing on the Tokyo area, selective investments are made in other target areas of the Osaka, Nagoya, Fukuoka and Sapporo areas and also in other government-designated cities.
(Note) “Tokyo area” refers to Tokyo’s 23 wards, Kawasaki city and Yokohama city for office properties and retail facilities, and Tokyo and three prefectures of Kanagawa, Saitama and Chiba for residential properties, logistics facilities, hotels and student residences.

2Steady growth utilizing Star Asia’s know-how and abundant assets under management against the backdrop of its real estate investment strategy

Capitalize on the capabilities to collect information, to analyze markets, etc. of Star Asia which boasts an extensive track record in the real estate-related market in Japan and has been recognized by foreign investors.
Obtain opportunities to consider acquisitions by receiving sales information of pipeline properties which Star Asia has acquired utilizing its expertise in real estate investment.

3Initiatives focusing on unitholder value

With the Star Asia Group holding investment units, intend to align interests of SAR and unitholders of Star Asia
Employ an asset management fee system that is linked to net income per unit.
Constant, "out-of-the-box" active management
Consider unitholder return through the acquisition of treasury investment units and optimization of capital cost
Realize diversification of income opportunities by allowing investment in mezzanine loan debt up to 5% of total assets and utilizing such investment in accordance with circumstances