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Background of Investment in Healthcare Facilities

Healthcare facilities which must be upgraded
and expanded in order to address the aging of society.

The role of the pipeline connecting the nursing care and medical service industries with the capital markets

By stably investing in and owning healthcare facilities, the investment corporation aims to fulfill the role as a pipeline connecting the capital markets and the nursing care and medical service industries, areas in which societal needs are expected to increase and where growth is anticipated.

The role of the pipeline connecting the nursing care and medical service industries with the capital markets

Upgrades and expansion of healthcare facilities backed by the government's policy

June 2014
Guidelines Concerning Utilizing Healthcare REITs Targeting Housing for the Elderly, etc.
June 2015
Guidelines Concerning REITs Targeting Hospital Real Estate

Following the Guidelines Concerning Utilizing Healthcare REITs Targeting Housing for the Elderly, etc. announced in June 2014, Guidelines Concerning REITs Targeting Hospital Real Estate was announced in June 2015.

March 2016
Housing Life Basic Plan (nationwide plan)

With an aim to realize home life that enables the elderly to live independently, a target to raise the ratio of housing for the elderly as a percentage of the elderly population from 2.1% in 2014 to 4% by 2025 was set.

Ratio of housing for the elderly as a percentage of the elderly population

Ratio of housing for the elderly as a percentage of the
elderly population

(Note) Resident capacity is estimated based on the outcome indicator for the ratio of housing for the elderly as a percentage of the elderly population.
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