Newsletter summer schedule

During August we will limit the frequency of both INREV newsletters, the INREV News and the Industry News.

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Valuers and Investors: How are data and technology affecting you?

Data and technology are changing the way professionals carry out their roles and has implications for valuers and investors, changing the way that property valuations are carried out and informing business decisions on property investment.

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Back to school

Did you know? INREV currently has six training courses open for registration across Europe and in New York this autumn.

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Reminder to apply for an INREV committee

Can you bring experience and expertise to the table? Are you committed to play an active role in the non-listed industry?

We invite you to apply for an INREV Committee in 2018.

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Four consecutive years of solid growth for funds of funds

Funds of funds achieved double-digit returns of 15.1% in 2016, making last year the third best year since 2002.

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Global Definitions Database unveiled

INREV, ANREV, NCREIF and PREA have come together to release the Global Definitions Database (GDD) – a single depository of definitions for real estate market terms.

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Sponsorship opportunities for INREV Autumn Conference

We have two remaining sponsorship opportunities for the high caliber INREV Autumn Conference. Increase your visibility in the industry and promote your brand at this leading real estate event.

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INREV responds to GIPS 20/20 consultation

The Global Investment Performance Standards (GIPS) Executive Committee has released a consultation paper that outlines big picture changes under consideration for the 2020 edition of the GIPS standards.

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Provide data for German Vehicles Quarterly Index Q2 2017

We kindly request members to submit German vehicle performance data for the second quarter of 2017. Please provide your data via the Vehicle Data Input Tool by Wednesday 16 August. 

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Defined contribution pensions – a fast growing pool of capital

Defined contribution (DC) is slowly but surely becoming the dominant form of occupational pensions at a global level. 

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