Home / Committees / Due Diligence Committee

Due Diligence Committee


To encourage the standardisation of investor due diligence in non-listed real estate vehicles.

Key objectives

  • Ongoing review and update of the INREV due diligence questionnaires to meet the evolving information needs of the sector and discusses other issues related to the due diligence process. This includes the sharp rise in demand for information on issues such as a fund managers’ expertise in risk management and compliance.
  • Promotion of the DDQ, support implementation and help the questionnaires becoming industry standard


Committee members

Alexander Tilson (Chair)Primonial REIMFrance
Oscar Ciudad ApolinarPrologis Management Services S.à.r.l The Netherlands
Nioki DoggettM&G Real EstateUnited Kingdom
Alistair DryerLaSalle Global Partner SolutionsUnited Kingdom
Yno van Haaster Columbia Threadneedle InvestmentsThe Netherlands
Eva LempinenOP Real Estate Asset Management LtdFinland
Faris MansourPGIM Real EstateUnited States of America
Zeeshan MughalTD Asset ManagementUnited Kingdom
Laurens Jan Portier Shell Asset Management coThe Netherlands
Bryony TomlinsonHarbert Management CorporationUnited Kingdom


INREV Due Diligence Questionnaires (DDQ)  

Last updated on 07 Nov 2023

The INREV Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ) assists investors and consultants in the due diligence process to understand a fund manager’s structure, strategy and non-listed real estate business. It also gives insight in a specific vehicle’s strategy, risk processes, management, terms and projected performance. With it, investors can determine, in principle, whether a proposal fits their investment objectives.

The INREV DDQ was updated in January 2023. New version reflects the feedback received from INREV members during a two-month consultation period.

March 2023: Question has been updated.

IQ Article

IQ Article: A see-through asset class

2018 marked the tenth anniversary of the Great Financial Crash. So disastrous for so many, the crash demonstrated the global systematic problems across all asset classes at the time, with the real estate industry being no exception. 

Read article

Questions about Due Diligence Committee?

Please don't hesitate to contact us.