Risk Management


The fundamental risk management policies of the Takara Leben Group are to ensure to safety of customers, business partners, officers, employees, and their family members, fulfill our social responsibilities, protect the global environment, maintain ongoing business activities, and raise corporate value. To this end, we identify and manage individual risks. We established the Compliance & Risk Management Committee as a body to carry out these measures, and we implement comprehensive risk management throughout the Group.

Management Structures

The Takara Leben Group established a Compliance & Risk Management Committee chaired by the president. The Committee verifies and reports on all business-related risks, deliberates and makes decisions on measures and management to avoid or mitigate risks, and takes comprehensive measures to strengthen internal controls and prevent misconduct, non-compliance, and other similar incidents. In addition, subcommittees—such as for business strategy, finance, IT & administration, and compliance— are established as necessary to establish systems that make proactive proposals appropriate to management of individual risks. Furthermore, the scope of deliberations within each subcommittee is reported to and verified by the Compliance & Risk Management Committee as appropriate in accordance with the Compliance & Risk Management Committee Rules. These matters are also reported to the Board of Directors as necessary, forming a structure for timely decision-making in preparation for the occurrence of risks.

Management Structures

Preventive Approach to Risk

In order to respond promptly to the occurrence of emergency situations such as corporate scandals, accidents, natural disasters, administrative action, serious criminal conduct by employees, and so on, the Takara Leben Group has established crisis management structures and adopted Crisis Management Rules and a Crisis Management Manual. The Crisis Management Rules define crises and specify procedures from initial responses to formation and disbanding of response organizations. There are also two sets of detailed crisis control rules regarding crisis responses and disaster countermeasures.

With regard to crisis responses, rules specify crisis management levels, responsibilities and authority, and information sharing lines, as well as responsive measures to be implemented as disaster countermeasures during a disaster.

In addition, each division works with the division responsible for crisis management to formulate risk recovery and prevention plans and makes reports to the Compliance & Risk Management Committee at its monthly meetings. As a part of our business continuity planning (BCP), we adopt a preventive approach to risk management including the preparation of manuals for the continuation and recovery of business operations in the event an emergency situation occurs.

  • Business Risks
  • Natural disaster such as earthquake
  • Legal restrictions
  • Overreliance on borrowed funds
  • Effects from purchaser attitudes
  • Effects from housing loans
  • Effects from supply trends
  • Effects from competition, etc.
  • Subcontractors
  • Opposition by neighboring residents when constructing condominiums
  • Possibility of litigation, etc.
  • Personal information