The INREV Fund Valuation and Reporting course offers a practical introduction to the key elements of reporting, INREV Net Asset Value and reporting in line with the INREV Guidelines to help you understand and replicate best practice. The course positions these key aspects in the context of the INREV Guidelines while focusing on approach and practical implementation.
The 1-day live course provides, on the reporting side, an overview of current market best practice and methodologies within the INREV Reporting framework. It will also examine the INREV Standard Data Delivery Sheet (SDDS) and its implications for reporting and management information systems.
The course also takes an in-depth look at the principles of using INREV NAV including an explanation of the adjustments as well as calculation examples and a case studies. As recent addition to the course, fund pricing methodologies and their implications for investors will also be covered.
Finally, there will be a practical look at fees will include an examination of INREV fee metrics, including the INREV Total Global Expense Ratio.
The course will include the following topics:
- INREV Guidelines – scope and compliance
- Reporting best practices including Integrated Reporting Framework
- Understanding INREV NAV principles
- Fund pricing methodologies
- The role of INREV's fee and expense metrics
The course will be given by leading industry experts with an emphasis on group discussions and case studies to allow participants to share their views.
Who should attend the course?
The course will be of interest for investors, investment managers, service providers as well as advisors who play a central role in the preparation or analysis of fund reports. For example, financial officers, analysts and fund accountants and controllers. Attendees should have a basic understanding of reporting requirements but wish to improve their practical knowledge and the application of the INREV Guidelines.
Upon completion of the seminar participants will be able to understand:
- The role and approach of the INREV Guidelines
- How to calculate INREV NAV
- The basic components of annual reporting disclosures
- The role and aims of fee metrics
This course is open to members and non-members and counts towards the INREV/Henley Certificate for Non-listed Real Estate Investments. It is a mandatory course for the Corporate Finance stream and an elective course for the Portfolio Management stream.