04 extended governance
To help build a sustainable future, Atenor works with all its stakeholders in a spirit of openness, transparency and ongoing dialogue.
Extended governance involves the implementation of transparent, ethical, and responsible practices. Based on these practices, we aim to contribute to the overall well-being of the community, to build trust among stakeholders, and to create a foundation for future-proof and successful projects.
Our 5 extended governance targets
Ensure clear and transparent information
Atenor has put in place and strengthened a series of procedures to ensure the transparency and accessibility of its external and internal communications. In addition, Atenor is now committed to implementing the CSRD and aligning its 2023 sustainability report with the ESRS.
Objective: to implement the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive by 2026.
Integrate sustainability in the remuneration policy
Sustainability is everyone’s business. Atenor has already integrated sustainability into its remuneration policy, but is looking further ahead and considering the possibility of introducing a collective bonus linked to annual ESG performance.
Objective: to implement a collective bonus linked to the year’s ESG performance in 2024.
Organise a balanced decision-making process
Atenor maintains a constant dialogue with stakeholders from the real estate sector, finance stakeholders, public authorities, key figures in the city, associations, suppliers, recovery and recycling units, future tenants, future maintenance companies and potential buyers. For each project, the aim is to seek interaction with stakeholders as far upstream as possible.
Objective: continuous improvement of the dialogue with stakeholders
Ensure diversity and equal opportunities
Atenor strives every day to achieve greater gender parity in its workforce by setting a target of one-third diversity in each of the company’s work groups.
Diversity is also reflected in terms of age and culture. Five generations and 20 different nationalities work at Atenor.
Objective : to achieve and maintain 1/3 gender diversity at each level
Aim for international recognition of the values and expertise
Atenor international reach is essential to its growth and competitiveness. In just 5 years, Atenor has expanded its presence and successfully positioned itself in 10 European countries. This geographical diversification has strengthened its position and recognition of its expertise and the quality of its projects. Particularly noteworthy is the GRESB’s ‘Sector Leader’ ranking in the Global Real Estate Benchmark.
Objective: to continue organising architecture competitions and to stimulate international recognition of the projects and the company