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It’s time to start reporting with TGER – Q&A

In early 2020 we launched the Total Global Expense Ratio (TGER) to globally harmonise the approach for measuring the total fees and costs of real estate investment vehicles.

TGER has now become a required element of the Fee and Expense Metrics module of the INREV Guidelines. TGER disclosures are required for reporting periods ending on or after 31 December 2020. 

At the end of the Fee and Expense Metrics module you can find a Q&A section that answers many of the frequently asked questions. 

View tips and advice on how to improve your compliance with INREV Guidelines

Compliance with the INREV Guidelines has reached an all-time high with 80% of members complying overall. 

The report on Trends in Investor Reporting published in December 2017 was expanded to include compliance with not just the reporting module of the Guidelines but also Property Valuation, INREV NAV and Fee and Expense Metrics modules. 

All contributors can now view tips and tailored advice on how to further improve their compliance with the INREV Guidelines.

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INREV and AREF launch initiative for consistency in open end fund pricing

INREV and AREF have today launched a joint industry-wide consultation paper aimed at accelerating the debate on open end fund pricing policies. The consultation paper, entitled Open End Fund Pricing, will lead to greater consistency and clarity on pricing policies in the longer term. The accompanying study looks in detail at the main pricing methodologies generally used by market participants and also introduces an alternative pricing model, which blends the best of the existing models.