As the non-listed real estate industry strives for greater comparability, performance measurement and benchmarking have become increasingly important for both Investors and fund managers. This INREV one-day course will examine the theory and practicalities behind these two topics from the investor and fund manager perspectives.
The course will cover the following topics:
- How performance measurement and benchmarking are used in practice by institutional investors
- Fund level performance and how to measure it from a fund manager perspective
- The challenges of benchmarking in the non-listed real estate industry
- How investment performance standards and guidelines (including GIPS) apply to non-listed real estate industry
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. We invite all INREV members and non-members to register for the course, although we have limited seats up to 25 participants.
Who should attend the course?
The course is aimed at experienced professionals with working experience in the non-listed real estate funds industry such those who wish to improve their knowledge of performance measurement and benchmarking and understand their practical applications or those who want a better understanding of the appropriate use of data and reporting of performance information.
Upon completion of the seminar participants will be able to:
- Understand the appropriate use of data in performance measurement, benchmarking and reporting
- Comprehend and have a good overview of performance measurement practice within the industry;
- Have a good overview of reporting standards for performance information
- Understand availability and use of benchmarks from an investor and fund manager perspectives including their benefits and limitations