If you missed the INREV/GRESB webinar last week, you can now view it online to hear insights on the ESG performance of European non-listed real estate portfolios and hear Roxana Isaiu, Director Real Estate, GRESB, Sebastiaan Blom, Investment Manager at PGGM and Daniel Chang, Managing Director at Hines discuss the results of the 2018 GRESB real estate survey.
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 history of the INREV Quarterly Index was recently extended back to Q2 2000 providing the non-listed real estate industry with almost 18 years of fund performance data. The enriched data allows for greater insights into the real estate funds industry and deeper analytics into this sector.
Data has become a key input for driving growth, enabling businesses to differentiate themselves and maintain a competitive edge. Given the growing importance of data the extended history of the INREV Quarterly Index is a timely and welcome expansion.
During the webinar, Edgar Orlovskis, INREV’s Research & Analytics Associate, presents the results of the historical data collection project and demonstrate how these can be used for a deeper understanding of the non-listed real estate universe.
Edgar is joined by Stafford Biddulph, Associate Partner at Rockspring and Rob Courtens, Investment Strategist at BlueSky Group, who discusses the benefits and applications of the extended history and how it can be used for better decision making, supporting their roles and day-to-day tasks.
This session, led by Renaud Breyer, EY, and Barbara Flusk, Citco Fund Services, examines the current market practices in fees and expense metrics and their related disclosures as well as presenting the new Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER) – the first globally consistent measure for real estate investment vehicle fees and costs which INREV, ANREV, NCREIF and PREA jointly developed.
The webinar covers:
- INREV Guidelines for calculation and disclosure of fees and expense metrics
- NCREIF PREA Reporting Standards measure of fund fee load
- Global initiative on Total Global Expense Ratio
- Benefits of implementing these guidelines
The webinar will be of interest for investors, fund managers as well as advisors. It will be of particular interest for investment managers who work in fund reporting and those on the product development side who are interested in trends in fee terms and structures.
The EU Markets in Financial Instruments Directive and Regulation (MiFID II/MiFIR) went into effect on 3 January 2018 and will have important implications for the non-listed real estate industry.
This webinar focuses on the road ahead for managers affected by MiFID II – whether because they are in-scope as discretionary portfolio managers, because they are caught by gold-plated provisions applicable to UCITS management companies or AIFMs – or otherwise. This webinar is led by partners Hannah Meakin and Imogen Garner of Norton Rose Fulbright together with John Davison, Head of Regulatory Projects at Norton Rose Fulbright. It covers the following topics:
- The most recent publications to be aware of
- Outstanding questions - the critical known unknowns
- Market reaction to documentation
- What should we have been doing if we weren’t ready?
- What should we be focussing on, post-implementation?
- Likely regulatory priorities
- What to expect next
- The wider context for asset management
Henri Vuong, Director of Research and Market information INREV, Amélie Delaunay, Director of Research & Professional Standards ANREV, and Charles Conrath, Vice president JP Morgan Asset Management discuss the results of Global Investment Intentions Survey 2018, carried out by INREV, ANREV and PREA.
The panel will be comments on topics such as investors’ changing real estate allocations, which non-listed real estate vehicles they intend to invest in and how fund managers will respond to that demand. The speakers also discuss which markets will be most attractive in 2018 and examine the preferences of investors from around the globe by style, structure, region and sector.
INREV hat eine standardisierte Berechnungsmethodik für Fonds-NAVs entwickelt, um eine konsistente und transparente Vorgehensweise im Rahmen von Renditevergleichen und Bewertungen nicht-börsennotierter Immobilien-Investmentvehikel zu fördern.
Das von Christof Stadter, Partner bei Deloitte, durchgeführte Webinar wird die Vorgehensweise zur Berechnung des INREV NAVs sowie die wesentlichen Vorteile der Anpassungen mit einem besonderen Augenmerk auf deutsche Fonds und deren nationalen Rechnungslegungsvorschriften erläutern.
Inhalte des Webinars werden sein:
- Zweck und Zielsetzung des INREV NAV
- INREV NAV Prinzipien
- Einführung in die INREV NAV Kalkulation
- Überleitung der deutschen Rechnungslegungsgrundsätze auf den INREV NAV
Das Webinar erfolgt in deutscher Sprache.
Die Teilnahme erfolgt in Echtzeit per PC. Einige Tage vor der Veranstaltung werden Webex Informationen direkt an die Teilnahmeberechtigten versandt. Internet, PC und Lautsprecher werden für die Teilnahme benötigt.