The latest of the European non-listed real estate industry
Committee Spotlight – INREV Technology Committee
With digitisation spreading rapidly across the non-listed real estate industry, the impact of technology and Innovation is becoming an important consideration for all market players. To improve processes, increase transparency and achieve efficiencies, many are exploring the technological and digital solutions that can help secure their future success. Read more
Training and education committee
In its ambition to advance best practice and transparency in the non-listed real estate industry, education and training form a crucial strand of INREV’s activities. The organisation’s efforts in this area have clearly come to be appreciated, with 99% of those taking a training course saying they would recommend it to a colleague. Read more
Throughout the pandemic, INREV’s Public Affairs Committee continued to work to promote the interests of the non-listed real estate industry with regulators in London and Brussels and to share their insights with members.
Non-listed real estate performance: Asset to Fund Level
INREV is reporting on both asset and fund level performance with the INREV Asset Level Index measuring the unlevered performance of properties, portfolios, and national markets and INREV Fund Indices measuring the performance of unlisted real estate investment funds. Read more
Insights on the INREV Performance Measurement Committee
The Performance Measurement Committee (PMC) has had a busy few years working with INREV on the development of several new indices, most notable being the INREV Asset Level Index and the European ODCE Fund Index.
The real estate investment industry has started to embrace digital transformation. Even though this process may still be in its early stages, the transformation is accelerating. Digital innovation is starting to disrupt the technologies and processes that real estate uses, as well as making an impact on the structures, strategies and cultures that underpin it.
ESG all under one roof
In 2019 there is a new addition to the INREV Committee roster – the ESG Committee. This replaces the former Sustainability and the Corporate Governance Committees, and will also take on a remit to cover additional social and governance issues – the ‘S’ and ‘G’ part of ESG. Read more
Highlighting the S in ESG
Of the three strands of ESG - environmental, social and governance - it is probably the social that has so far received least attention from real estate investors. Read more
Bringing technology down to earth
Most of those involved with non-listed real estate now agree that digital innovation is set to bring big changes to the industry. But the range of potential uses of new technologies – even those that have already been identified – is mind-boggling. Read more
Doing the right things right
Most members know that the INREV Management Board is responsible for setting the organisation's strategy. But fewer may be aware of how it works and that a crucial aspect of the Board's remit is to be available and accessible to the members. Read more