The Reporting module sets the standard for the transparent investment vehicle and forms the backbone of the INREV Guidelines. Its reporting requirements reflect industry best practice, and their disclosure is mandatory for INREV compliance.
Clear reporting is essential for maintaining good communications between investors and managers. The Reporting assessment makes it possible to set up a comprehensive reporting framework for any type of investment vehicle, quickly and easily.
The Reporting module has been designed to help managers provide the transparency that today’s investors insist on. Transparent reporting in turn gives investors the confidence that managers are operating their portfolios properly.
The committee aim to improve the consistency and presentation of information and encourage greater transparency in reporting to investors and the market in general.read more
The SDDS is increasingly important to the industry since its launch in 2012 and now moves onto a higher plane.read more
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This checklist allows to assess the level of compliance with the INREV Reporting Guidelines. It summarises the disclosure requirements for annual and interim reporting that need to be fulfilled to state compliance with the module.
The annual report is commonly composed of the annual review of the performance and activities of the vehicle for the year and the financial statements. As well as an annual report, managers should provide interim reports to investors, whose frequency and level of detail should be defined in the fund documentation. Interim reports commonly aim to update investors on the activities and performances of the vehicle during the period covered, and provide details of any significant changes that have or could have a material impact on the vehicle’s organisation, governance and risk profile.