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The GPT Group and Suncorp Group join the Shared Value Project as Founding Members

November 6, 2014

The Shared Value Project is delighted to announce our newest Founding Members, the GPT Group and Suncorp Group. Both organisations are at significant stages in their shared value journey and we are looking forward to supporting them and having them as part of our growing member network.

The GPT Group is one of Australia’s largest diversified listed property groups, and owns and manages a high quality portfolio of Australian offices, logistics, business parks and prime shopping centre assets. The Group is a top 50 ASX-listed company and owns and manages some of Australia’s most iconic real estate assets, including MLC Centre and Australia Square in Sydney, Melbourne Central in Melbourne and One One One Eagle Street in Brisbane.

The GPT Group are continuing to develop a shared value approach to community engagement and investment in order to be more impactful for both the communities they operate within and for their investors. Key areas they are focused on are: social inclusion, healthy living and employability.

Suncorp Group Limited is a top 15 ASX-listed company and comprises of a range of leading general insurance, banking, life insurance and superannuation brands in Australia and New Zealand. It has five core businesses: Personal Insurance; Commercial Insurance; Vero New Zealand; Suncorp Bank and Suncorp Life, including well known brands such as AAMI.

Suncorp already have significant shared value initiatives in place, such as its AAMI Skilled Drivers Course,and to build on these efforts its personal insurance division is preparing to step into a new phase by incorporating shared value into its corporate strategy. We look forward to engaging Suncorp at this exciting time and witnessing their progress and impact with shared value going forward.

With both of these companies joining the Shared Value Project as Founding Members, this will continue to help establish a diverse cross-sector cohort of leaders and companies, influencing the development of shared value in Australia.

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