The INREV index is a performance index for the European non-listed real estate funds investing 90% of GAV or more in Europe. The INREV Index measures annual Net Asset Value based performance. The information for the annual index goes back to 2001. The Annual Index is published in the third week of April. INREV members are able to analyse the INREV Index in more depth on the INREV website using the INREV Index Analysis Tool.
INREV aims to ensure that ‘personal data’ is processed in a way that is fair, lawful and transparent to our members. This overview outlines the steps that we have taken.
The INREV Annual Conference 2018 Dublin opened with a bang to celebrate INREV’s 15th anniversary. We have matured a great deal as an industry over the past 15 years and are in a good position 7 years into the recovery of this cycle. At this time, when things are positive, we need to ensure we are ready for the stormy times ahead.
The INREV Annual Conference 2018 was held in Dublin on 11 and 12 April under the theme 'Finding value in later-cycle investing'. To catch up an overview of the highlights, presentations, a short video and lots of images.
Michael Heise - Identifying the risk amid global growth
Alice Breheny - Europe mega trends and peak pricing
Mark Roberts - North America mega trends and peak pricing
Glyn Nelson - Asia mega trends and peak pricing
Megan Walters - Global investor debate: allocations and expectations in a liquid market
Claire Penny - Embracing disruption: innovation and data in real estate
Marieke van Kamp - Highlights of the INREV Annual Conference 2018 Dublin
The Capital Raising Survey is a backward-looking analysis of recent capital raising activities by region, investment strategy, style, structure and other factors. This survey has been conducted annually since 2006. Since 2015, the survey has been global in scope, thanks to the involvement of ANREV and NCREIF.
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.
Join this webinar to get an understanding of the proposed changes, to participate to the discussion and to have the opportunity to provide feedback.
The webinar is led by Jaap van der Bijl, CEO, Altera Vastgoed and chair of the Due Diligence Committee.
In memory of the late Erwin Stouthamer INREV and ANREV each awarded an academic research grant to two leading universities to carry out research on the topics of the real estate illiquidity premium and currency risk. During the seminar Professor Marc Francke from the University of Amsterdam presented highlights of the Real Estate Illiquidity Premiums study, and Nick Mansley from Cambridge University presented findings on the Impact of Currency Risk on the Performance of Asia Pacific non-listed real estate funds.
INREV, ANREV, NCREIF and PREA are pleased to jointly release for industry consultation the first globally comparable measure of fees and costs named Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER). The consultation period is closed.
Over 40 companies took the time to have their say and provide a detailed response to the Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER) industry consultation, which ran between March and June 2018.
Total Global Expense Ratio 2018 - Responses
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.
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INREV's response to the European Commission’s survey on AIFMD being carried out by KPMG. The response reflects the Commission's proposed directive issued last week that includes, inter alia, a definition of pre-marketing that INREV has been encouraging for some time. It is also closely aligned with RICS views on the issue of external valuer liability.