Health and Well-being in Real Estate: Why does it matter?
The wellness agenda has evolved into a fundamental pillar of corporate real estate strategy becoming a firmly entrenched necessity at the core of future real estate investment decisions
This webinar is led by Tim Habraken, Associate Director at CBRE Nederland and Abigail Dean, Head of Sustainability at TH Real estate.
The webinar covers:
- Outlook on the societal dynamics and background of why the health and well-being has become such an important topic in real estate;
- How does H&W relate to sustainability / ESG;
- Explanation of different H&W concepts and how to define and implement a suitable H&W strategy;
- Overview of implemented H&W strategies across different asset classes on fund and asset levels
- Specifications and Certificates available in the market
- Real life examples of WHP programmes.
The INREV DDQ provides a standardised framework that helps investors achieving a high level of scrutiny when entering a due diligence process.
In the last months, INREV has been updating the structure and content of the INREV Due Diligence Questionnaire to make it more global, easy and online.
The webinar was led by Jaap van der Bijl, CEO, Altera Vastgoed and chair of the Due Diligence Committee.
The 2018 Nick Tyrrell Research Prize has been awarded to joint authors Dr Frank Ametefe and Dr Steven Devaney, both of the Henley Business School, University of Reading, with Professor Simon Stevenson of the University of Washington, for their paper, Optimal Composition of Hybrid/Blended Real Estate Portfolios.
Dennis Schäfer, Tax Advisor at Loyens & Loeff, presented on the background, timing and likely impact of the Dutch government’s 2019 budget and legislative plan.
The Global Real Estate Fund Index (GREFI) is jointly produced by INREV, ANREV and NCREIF and measures the performance of non-listed real estate vehicles on a global scale.
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The GREFI is an index showing the performance of non-listed real estate funds on a global scale. The GREFI is updated on a quarterly basis and is published 12 weeks following the quarter end.
The aims of the GREFI are to improve transparency of real estate as an asset class and to help our members make better informed investment decisions. As an industry, it is vital that we work towards being able to make robust global and intra-regional comparisons.
This initiative represents the integration of three member-driven non-profit organisations to meet the data collection and information needs of their expanding global activities, and to serve as the basis for further collaboration in the future.
The IRR Index measures the since inception internal rate of return performance of European closed end non-listed real estate vehicles. Performance is measured net of fees and costs, and is computed on both a pooled return basis and an equally weighted basis.