Yesterday, we held a briefing on the topic of Reporting during exceptional circumstances. Constantin Sorlescu, INREV, joined by John Ravoisin, PwC and Renaud Breyer, EY discussed appropriate levels of disclosure, how to provide sufficient information if there are adjustments made to INREV NAV in relation to material uncertainty and how to follow a risk assessment approach for reporting in this period of uncertainty
We have also published a short paper based on the INREV Guidelines which covers the reporting considerations related to COVID-19.
Missed this one? You can dial-in tomorrow (2 April) to join the briefing on liquidity and pricing in current market circumstances
The global spread of COVID-19 and the impact on the global societies is creating major operational and reporting challenges for investment managers. To help the industry navigate in these uncertain times, we summarised below a set of existing INREV Guidelines and considerations for investment managers when reporting to investors on any significant changes that have or could have a material impact on the vehicle’s operations and performance.