Henk de Graaf, Partner at Deloitte in Amsterdam, gives an update on beneficial ownership rule developments and their implication for non-listed real estate investment.
A joint INREV/AREF/IPF briefing where we looked at the details of the proposed new PIF (CS) and LTAF fund structures and the implications they could have for the real estate funds sector, as well other aspects of the call for important input on this consultation.
Richard Cole from Linklaters’ London office and Claire Prospert from the firm’s Luxembourg office present on the cross-border distribution of collective investment undertakings directive and regulation (CBDF) which apply from 2 August, and also discuss post-Brexit distribution options.
On 2 February 2021, INREV filed a response to the European Commission’s consultation on Sustainable Corporate Governance. The response developed by the INREV ESG Committee substantially supports the possible initiative on sustainable corporate governance and encourages the real estate industry to consider the environmental, social, human and economic impact in their business decisions.
Jeff Rupp, INREV Public Affairs Director, presented on the recent INREV responses to European Commission consultations on AIFMD and ELTIF.
On 17 December, INREV filed its response to the European Commission’s consultation on the Taxonomy Regulation. INREV generally supports the work done by the European Commission on Taxonomy; but encouraged further harmonisation among ESG regulations. Download the response below.