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Bridging the fee transparency gap

Since 2015, global partners INREV, ANREV, PREA and NCREIF have been collaboratively striving to develop a set of global fee and expense metrics, and soon we’re set to mark the advent of a milestone when the Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER) will be available for implementation by the global non-listed real estate industry. Read more

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Tailoring the INREV Guidelines for vehicle types

INREV‘s guidelines are one of its most valuable resources – an integrated set of principles and recommendations for the non-listed industry, which can be used throughout the lifetime of a real estate investment vehicle. The INREV Guidelines encourage consistency, allow peer-to- peer comparisons and promote market transparency. Read more

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What’s in a number?

At present there is much debate about the best method for pricing open end funds, and in particular what works best for investors. Despite this, there has not been extensive research on this topic until recently. Read more

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Stand out from the crowd

Casper van Grieken, Senior Director at CBRE EMEA Capital Advisors and Stefan Sielias, Senior Consultant, told IQ why they find the INREV Assessment tool so useful and shared their thoughts on how the tool could help others. Read more

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A Clearer Lens on Investor Reporting

Easy access to regular valuation, financing and cash flow information on a vehicle in a standard structure has helped advance the professionalism of non-listed real estate. From its relatively opaque state barely ten years ago, the industry is beginning to get a clearer view of the structure of holdings and how their performance is evolving over time. Read more

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Striding towards global fee and expense metrics

INREV, ANREV, NCREIF and PREA have been collaborating since 2015 on the challenge of developing a set of global fee and expense metrics. We reached a key milestone along this road in May, with the publication of a global terminology and set of definitions, bridging the gaps between different regional standards. Read more

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Making governance count

INREV’s new Corporate Governance Assessment is set to bring greater transparency to this key aspect of every fund. Read more

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Sustainability reporting: health, wellbeing and productivity

Sustainability has been on the agenda of managers and investors in real estate vehicles for a number of years, though until recently this just tended to mean having a general policy, without any detailed plans for its implementation. Read more

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Diligence finds its rewards

In Munich in June there is a chance for members to get to grips with a key topic – due diligence. The Effective Due Diligence training course will look at key elements of an area which has been of central importance for INREV for more than 15 years now, and which is constantly evolving. Read more

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Made to Measure

INREV’s new Performance Measurement Module is already helping create greater global alignment for fund managers. Read more