During the briefing, Constantin Sorlescu, INREV together with Thomas Kallenbrunnen, PGIM Real Estate, Nick Brown, M&G Real Estate, John Ravoisin, PwC and Robert White, EY discuss:
- Liquidity requirements and secondary markets
- Terms and rights of redemptions
- Transparency and disclosures regarding pricing policy
Tax and regulatory measures to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 for the European Real Estate industry
Constantin Sorlescu, INREV will be joined by John Ravoisin, PwC and Renaud Breyer, EY provide guidance and considerations that may be appropriate for investment managers when reporting to investors in these uncertain times. Also read a short paper filled with reporting considerations related to COVID-19 and which are based on the INREV Guidelines.
This short paper provides a summary of considerations, relevant INREV Guidelines and additional best practice around open end vehicle liquidity.
INREV AREF paper shares insights on how to deal with pricing and governance in exceptional market circumstances.
Louisa Cobbe, Matt Baker and Sarah Ward from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) in London present on key operational, legal, regulatory and competition issues around structuring and running real estate joint ventures/clubs.
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.
The Spectrum for Impact Investment is the framework prepared by INREV to map out different investment approaches for real estate, depending on investors’ ambition for environmental and social impact.