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Structure of GLP J-REIT

Structure of GLP J-REIT

(1) Asset Management Agreement
(2) Fiscal Agent Agreement
(3) Investment Corporation Bond Administration Agreement and Service Agreement
(4) Asset Custody Agreement / General Administration Agreement / Transfer Agency Agreement
(5) Right-of-First-Look Agreement
(6) Sponsor Support Agreement (support in market research, acquisition of assets, operations, leasing and managing properties)
(Note): Each of the following companies indirectly holds GLP Japan Advisors Inc. and is therefore regarded as a “Specified Related Party” as defined in the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act (the Act): GLP Holdings Limited, GLP Holdings, L.P., GLP Topco Limited, GLP Midco Limited, GLP Bidco Limited, GLP Pte. Ltd. (hereinafter, “GLP”), GLP IM Holdings Limited, GLP Fund Management Holdings Limited and GLP Singapore Pte. Ltd., and GLP J-REIT Master Lease Godo Kaisha are also regarded as “Specified Related Parties” as defined in the Act since the companies are conducting or have conducted transactions specified under Article 29-3, Paragraph 3, Item 4 (Real Estate Lending Transactions) of Order for Enforcement of the Act and thus are considered as “interested parties” of GLP Japan Advisors Inc.

Governance Structure for Related Party Transactions

Governance Structure for Related Party Transactions

(Note): Approval of the J-REIT board is necessary for transactions that require the consent of J-REIT based on the resolution of the J-REIT board, and reporting to the board is necessary for other cases.
(1) Click here for more information on the governance structure (Report on the Management Structure and System of the Issuer of Real Estate Investment Trust Units and Related Parties) PDF

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